Archive for March 2012

Detroit Dog Shows Highlight Rescue Dogs

In a first, Detroit Kennel Club Dog Show organizers broke with tradition and featured rescued dogs in the spotlight at Cobo Hall. Read more

A Painful Memory

From an old friend: Read more

Dog Heaven

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$6000 Reward Offered in Mass Dog Shooting Case

Massachusetts authorities are offering  a $6000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for shooting two family dogs and leaving their bodies in a New Bedford industrial park. Read more

The Wild Dogs of Istanbul

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Creature Comforts: Working Animals

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Retired Marine Honored by Red Cross for Rescuing 1000 Dogs

Since 2006, an unassuming Connecticut man has been saving throngs of dogs from kill shelters, and after providing a second chance for more than 1,000 of them, retired Marine Bob Yost has been named a 2012 Red Cross Hero for his selfless dedication to animal rescue.

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Good Samaritan Jumps Off Bridge to Save Dog

A woman in Chatham County, Georgia was rescued from the rising waters of the Moon River last week after diving off a bridge to save a stranger’s dog. Read more

Border Collie Will Round Up Your Mates on St Patrick's Day

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Cherry Eye

Cherry eye is the common name for an eye condition that affects a tear gland of the third eyelid of some dogs.  It usually occurs in young puppies and may be unilateral (affecting one eye) or bilateral (affecting both eyes). Read more

Giveaway: Custom Hand Stamped Pet ID Tags

Looking for pet ID tags for your dog or cat? Check out this fun selection of hand stamped tags. Read more

Finding Justice: The Unsettling Case of Seamus Romney

The curious controversy surrounding former Governor and now US presidential candidate, Mitt Romney and his Irish Setter, Seamus, who became ill when he exiled him to the roof of his car for a twelve hour drive. Read more

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