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Golden Retriever Saves His Lost Canine Sister

Photo Credit: News on 6 Knox, a Golden Retriever in Grand Lake, Oklahoma, deserves a hero’s cape and reward after finding his canine sister who had been lost, alone and hungry, for days. According to News On 6, although rewards, … Continue reading

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Former Shelter Dog New Canine Ambassador of The Claremont Club & Spa

For the new Canine Ambassador at a hotel dubbed “The Castle on the Hill,” life is a Cinderella story. Edie’s Tale Once upon a time, a puppy was found wandering the streets.  First… [[ This is a summary only. Click … Continue reading

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Canine Good Citizens Making an Impact on NYC At-Risk Youth

My two passions, dogs and at-risk kids, brought together in this amazing program in New York City. Read more on Woofipedia and on A Fair Shake for Youth‘s website. What a wonderful outreach! Until next time, Good day, and good … Continue reading

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MADDIE’S FUND JOINS HALO PET FOUNDATION TO SUPPORT CANINE BEHAVIOR RESEARCH

The Halo Pet Foundation is thrilled that Maddie’s Fund has awarded a research grant to the Center for Canine Behavior Studies (CCBS). Halo loves that CCBS is dedicated to understanding the behavior of dogs to deepen the bond between dogs … Continue reading

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OC Raw Dog Recalls Turkey & Produce Raw Frozen Canine Formulation

Below is the official FDA report on the latest pet food recall.  You can also find it here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — May 15, 2015 — Ranch Santa Margarita, CA — OC Raw Dog of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA is … Continue reading

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Canine Epilepsy

Canine epilepsy is a serious condition that causes seizures in dogs. Once the disease is diagnosed, epilepsy becomes manageable. Epileptic seizures are dangerous for a dog as it can easily be injured and fall into unconsciousness with no control over … Continue reading

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NATIONAL CANINE CANCER FOUNDATION PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT

Due to the success of last year’s personalized Christmas ornament, the National Canine Cancer Foundation has a new design for Christmas 2013. On one side of the ornament you can put a picture of your dog and their name. On … Continue reading

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Canine Joint Disease

Video courtesy of Life’s Abundance Arthritis is a painful condition and is one of the most common problems affecting dogs in America. It was listed among the top ten disease conditions in dogs in 2008 (source: VPI). There may be … Continue reading

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The strange twisted story of canine circovirus

You have probably been hearing a lot about canine circovirus. So have I. You may have heard some conflicting things about this virus. So have I. Because I love you all and I want you to know what I know, … Continue reading

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