Archive for August 2011

Animal Control Officer Revives Dog After Intentional Drowning

A Massachusetts woman faces animal cruelty charges for trying to kill her own dog – and a local animal control officer is being hailed a hero for using CPR to revive it. Read more

Teach Your Dog to Swim

Nancy Freedman-Smith offers tips on getting your dog moving in the water. Read more

Static Dog

But it’s a dry heat… Read more

FDA Announces Establishment of PETNet

The Partnership for Food Protection and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today announced the launch of the Pet Event Tracking Network (PETNet). Read more

Kitchom's Stolen Slipper Run

French Bulldog Kitchom goes for a joyously madcap run around the house with mom’s slipper. Read more

15,000 Dogs Slaughtered for Chinese Food Festival

Yulin, China hosted a food festival a few weeks ago, and 15,000 dogs were killed in order to be prepared for consumption. Read more

Good Homes Need Not Apply

Nathan J. Winograd on antiquated animal shelter policies and the politics that perpetuate them. Read more

Pool Party

Self-propelled summer fun… Read more

Consumer Reports: Pet Insurance is Bad Investment

A frequently debated topic is studied by Consumer Reports, and you may be surprised to learn what they found. Read more

Woman Places Man Under Citizen's Arrest For Throwing Dog from Car

A Manteca, CA man has been charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty after a witness saw him throw his dog out of a moving vehicle. Read more

Preparing Your Dog For An Evacuation

This week Ty and Buster, Life with Dogs’ travel correspondents, share some tips to prepare your dog for a trip you’d rather not have to take … an emergency evacuation. Read more

Terrier Litter Born from Sperm Frozen for 22 Years

Australia’s Monash Veterinary Clinic has announced the birth of a litter of three fox terrier pups from sperm frozen 22 years ago. Read more

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