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Pet Services

June 1, 2020

If you are a pet owner, you may or not know the devastating process of saying goodbye to a beloved pet. It is a stressful process for all involved. The family, the vet, and especially the animal. And while it may be an awful experience, it should be done in the most peaceful and private […]

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Rescue Dog Becomes Service Dog

June 1, 2020

A local organization called “Medical Mutts” rescues animals with potential and trains them to become service dogs for people with medical conditions like diabetes. That includes Sly, the German Shepherd. Sly was rescued after being left in the cold, starving, and frostbit with another dog who passed away in those conditions. Jennifer Cattet, the executive […]

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Therapy Dogs Featured In Magazine

June 1, 2020

The Albany Police Department received a special honor for its therapy dog program. It will be featured in a police chief magazine. The article on the revolutionary program was submitted by the police department in February. They just received word it will be featured in the April edition of the International Association of Chiefs of […]

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Artist Draws Portraits Of Dog

June 1, 2020

British artist Becky Flack draws unusual portraits of his Chihuahua named Tita. The dog appears to them in different ways – the pilot, a nurse, adventuress, royals, writes Metro. Titus appeared at Becky four years ago from a couple who bred this breed. At the time she was two years and 9 months and she […]

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Emotional Support Dog Lily

June 1, 2020

Our dog, Lily, is definitely an emotional-support animal, even if she doesn’t have a diploma. Fortunately, I also have an emotional-support husband. My kids, not so much. But isn’t that why you have a dog? (And a husband?) Like all people who have adopted a dog in its later years, you almost wish it could […]

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Dogs Go Through Teenage Phase

June 1, 2020

It may come as no surprise to puppy parents, but researchers have now shown that dogs can go through a moody teenage phase, too. A new study, conducted at Newcastle University in the UK, looked at the behavior of 368 dogs as they went through doggy puberty (between 5 and 8 months of age). To […]

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Service Dogs Dolly And Aura

June 1, 2020

Dogs. As far as I am concerned they are all heroes.  But the American Humane Hero Dog Awards “is an annual, nationwide competition that searches out and recognizes America’s Hero Dogs – often ordinary dogs who do extraordinary things, whether it’s saving lives on the battlefield, lending sight or hearing to a human companion, or […]

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Hero Dog Award

June 1, 2020

Dolly, a service dog from Naples, acts as a cardiac alert for her owner Amy Sherwood. Dolly, a service dog from Naples, has made the semi-finals for Hallmark Channel’s Hero Dog Award. Dolly works as a cardiac alert for her owner Amy Sherwood, who is restricted to a wheelchair because of multiple illnesses. The black […]

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Finding Pets Homes

June 1, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic goes on, even with the statewide Stay at Home order lifted, people are bored at home. This boredom has spurred families across the country to adopt more pets. This rings true locally as well. Elaine Berger, executive administrative assistant and adoption coordinator at Woof Gang Rescue based in Racine, said the organization has […]

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How Sparky Rescued His Owner

June 1, 2020

Mike Baron stumbled upon Sparky, a 6-month-old border collie, at a yard sale. Only problem was, he wasn’t in the market for a dog. But, he quickly fell in love with the sweet and energetic pooch — and seven years later, Baron couldn’t imagine his life without his furry best friend. “He’s the best dog. […]

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Service Dogs During Pandemic

June 1, 2020

Three Grand Rapids nonprofit organizations are collaborating to train assistance dogs during the coronavirus pandemic. Paws With A Cause, YWCA of West Central Michigan and Community Food Club have teamed up to provide necessary training for assistance dogs who cater to people with disabilities. The arrangement has allowed for the dog training during the current […]

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Pups Enjoy Lounging

June 1, 2020

If you’re a regular at any local brewery, you might have noticed that dogs and breweries seem to go hand in hand — sort of like hops and yeast. And downtown Winston-Salem’s Fiddlin’ Fish Brewing Company is no exception. “Dogs and Fiddlin’ Fish Brewing Company are a perfect match because of the laid back taproom […]

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Top Dog

June 1, 2020

Missy, a 4-year-old Shetland Sheepdog,is owned, trained and shown exclusively by Wallingford resident, Linda Houle, who has groomed, trained and showed Shelties for 45 years. Missy is her 10th. Her dogs have traeled around the US. and Canada, provided pet therapy at nursing homes, won many photo contests, and have been featured in a TV […]

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Abandoned Dog Gets Trained

June 1, 2020

The Hokkien Therapy Dog describes the story of an abandoned dog, Button, who was adopted and subsequently trained as a therapy pet who understands fluent Hokkien. Button spent her days visiting Hokkien hospice patients and bringing joy to them, before passing away in 2018. The author, Fiona Foo, founded Hope Dog Rescue in July 2011, and […]

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Companionship During Pandemic

June 1, 2020

Pets have the unwavering ability to show loyalty and unconditional love to their people; a paw resting on your arm, a nuzzle against your neck, and the deep, soulful gaze they offer. Anyone with a pet, any type of pet, can probably tell you endless stories about how their animal cheers them up and makes […]

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Fury Hero

June 1, 2020

Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear nothing but fur! Humans aren’t the only ones who make up the London Police Services. Police service dogs help in a big way as a part of the London Police Service’s Canine Unit. Just ask Kylo, who was recently featured on the London Police K9’s Twitter page. Sure, […]

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Raising Money For Service Dog

June 1, 2020

Carly Neis has cerebral palsy. She also has a service dog named Oakley, who allows her to live and work on her own. “Without Oakley and this extra set of paws, I don’t think I’d be nearly as independent,” she said. Oakley helps Neis by picking thing up or getting dressed. “She helps me with […]

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Free Therapy Dog Guidebook

May 30, 2020

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Dog Walking/Pet Sitting Services

May 29, 2020

Snoopy’s is a family owned, professional pet care service local to Bridgewater. We are insured by Pet Sitters Associates, have many references and a stellar reputation. Our services include dog walking on a regular or occasional basis, as well as pet sitting visits to your home for dogs, cats and other household pets when you […]

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Attorney’s Office Adds New Member

May 29, 2020

The newest staff member at the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office lay cradled in the arms of his handler and after five minutes of making his public debut, was ready to move onto the next distraction. At four months old, Barrett the golden doodle puppy is still undergoing extensive training to prepare him to work with […]

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