Friday, September 30, 2011

Puppy swallows metal pole...Doing OK Now!

Heres a story on a Pit bull Puppy that swallowed a 15 inch metal garden pole.
He is doing fine now, but...OH My God!

Young survivor: Amazing x-ray photo showing the pole inside eight-week-old Blue

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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Little Louie and the Dangers of Parvovirus

We found this heartbreaking story about this cute little Japanese Chin Puppy.
We would like to share it with you.

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Dogs Staying at Prestigious Hotels!!!

Here is a Story on Prestigious Hotels Keeping Dogs to Attract Customers!
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Edie, named after Andy Warhol's "superstar" Edie Sedgwick, is
stationed in the lobby of Fairmont Pittsburgh

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

How the Effects of Spaying and Neutering Affects Behavior on Your Pet!

We have an interesting report on the behavior of pets after they have been spayed or neutered.
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Monday, September 26, 2011

"The Public" wants no kill success

Here is a Story on a shelter that is doing everything that it can to keep up its No-Kill Success!

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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Five Indispensable Dog Products!

Here are 5 Products that every dog owner MUST have!

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A Dog Fountain vs. a Really Big Bowl

Saturday, September 24, 2011

This is Harper, a Most Amazing Puppy!

This is an amazing story about this puppy who has swimmers disease.

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Friday, September 23, 2011

Be Dog Savvy to Stay Safe

Always be Cautious When Approaching a Strange Dog, Even a Cute One!

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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Dog Eats Rocks...Wins Award!!!

We found this amusing article on a Pug Dog that ate 100 stones and won an award for doing so!
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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Is Raw Food Diet Good for Your Pet?

Is Raw Food Diet Good for Your Pet?
Here is an article reviewing that question.
They also give very good technical advice!

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Monday, September 19, 2011

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Who Owns Your Favorite Pet Food Company?

Here is another interesting article on
What Big Company Owns Your Favorite Dog Food!
Tell us what you think, we would like to know!

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Friday, September 16, 2011

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Deer Rescued from Soccer Net!

Normally we would post something on Dogs or Cats.
Today we found a Local Story on a Deer Rescued by a couple of Great Policeman.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Nanny state addresses the "plight" of the nanny, but what about the dog sitter?

Here is an article on How Baby sitters get all kinds of (Legal) compensation for their time, but NOT Dog Sitters. We feel the CA. law should apply to both.

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Dog Friendy Everything...:-)

Here is a Website that gives you EVERYTHING that is a Dog Friendy Place!!!
It gives you from Travel Guides, Restaurants, Hotels to Ski Resorts...Everthing!
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Monday, September 12, 2011

Traning Your Dog to Come When Called

We found a Resourceful Website, that we are sure every dog owner will use!
This page is on dog training.
This page mentions using treats as rewards for your dog.
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Sunday, September 11, 2011

9-11 Remembering The Rescue Dogs!

We think Rescue Dogs made a HUGE impact on rescuing many of the survivors of that day.
Not Only are they Man's best friend but they are True American Heroes!
Here are 3 links to see them Today!

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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Buying a New Dog??? Read This First!

If you are planning on either adopting or purchasing a new dog or puppy,
please read the article we have posted here.
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Friday, September 9, 2011

Top 10 Smartest Dog Breeds

Here is a link to the top 10 Smartest Dog Breeds.
We noticed our Dog Breed (Vizsla) is NOT listed here.
 Our Vizsla "Penny" is VERY Smart and she fully understands us.
We think Vizsla's should have been included on this list.
What do you think?
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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Bringing Home Your Adopted Rescued Dog!

Here is a Website Explaining in Great Detail Just About Everything You Need to Know When You Bring Home a Rescued Dog.
We Found This to be VERY Informative!

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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

The Biggest Dog in the World!!!

Here is a Story on the Biggest Dog in the World.
Our Dog Penny, would look like a puppy compared to this Dog!!!

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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

The Dog With The Loudest Bark!!!

Here is a dog you might not want to live near
Daz loud barker
Meet Daz.
Daz has the honor of having the world’s loudest bark, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Daz, a white German Shepherd, is a former sniffer dog who belongs to Peter Lucken from the UK. He had to beat out many contenders in a very loud bark off to win the honor.
Daz’s bark was recorded at 108 decibels. That is about the noise level of a chain saw.
You might think that neighbors would be chipping in to buy a dog bark collar. But you would be wrong. Daz isn’t one of those annoying dogs who barks incessantly, infuriating everyone in the vicinity. He is the neighborhood guard, instead of the neighborhood nuisance.
According to one neighbor:
I hear him sometimes when I’m watching television, but he only barks when he hears someone and he’s trying to warn them away.
A dog that barks for no reason is a very poor watchdog, but while Daz is a good watchdog he isn’t exactly a guard dog. According to his owner, when the postal carrier puts letters in his mouth, he drops them to get a hug. Probably the bad guys shouldn’t know about his true nature.

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Monday, September 5, 2011

Former Cowboy Lassos Dogs Being Swept Away in Canal!!!

Noya Deats (left) and Matt Deats hold onto their dogs, Fawn, and Nia as Jesus Villanueva looks on near the canal where Villanueva rescued the dogs by lassoing them.
ROPED IN: Noya Deats (left) and Matt Deats hold onto their dogs, Fawn, and Nia as Jesus Villanueva looks on near the canal where Villanueva rescued the dogs by lassoing them.

A farmworker who says he learned how to lasso 30 years ago while working on a cattle ranch in Mexico still knows his ropes.

Jesus Villanueva was working last week when he heard a disturbance along the Roza irrigation canal in Washington state, US. A woman and her husband were trying to save their two dogs being swept away in the current. The dogs couldn't climb up the steep concrete sides of the canal.

A Yakima sheriff's deputy had a rope but was having no luck. It took Villanueva just one lasso for each dog to bring them ashore.

Noya Deats had run nearly five kilometres along the canal, trying to save her dogs while calling her husband and the sheriff's office for help, The Yakima Herald-Republic reported.

Despite signs warning folks to stay out of the canal, Deats said she has let her dogs, Fawn and Nia, off their leash before without any problems. But when they decided to take a swim they were swept away.

Deats had run about three kilometres when her husband Matt arrived.

"I was almost throwing up at that time," she said. "I was running and talking on the phone at that time."

Matt Deats climbed down a canal ladder, his body half submerged in the water, and reached out to grab one of the dogs. He barely touched a collar as it passed by.

Fawn, a Labrador mix, seemed to be keeping her head above water. Nia, an Australian shepherd mix, was struggling, Matt Deats said.

"I was trying to figure out a safe way to try and jump in and grab them myself," he said. "You feel hopeless — you don't know what to do, how to handle it."

Villanueva was putting agricultural chemicals into a bin when he heard a noise and saw a deputy. He thought he heard someone say two cars were in the canal.

"I thought, two cars?" the 54-year-old farm laborer said through an interpreter.

He took a closer look after seeing a woman running frantically, and learned that her two dogs were in the water. After watching the deputy struggle to rope the dogs, he took the lasso and said: "Let me see."

Seconds later, he lassoed each dog in rapid succession, pulling them to safety.

"I was amazed," Noya Deats said. "He just kind of came out of nowhere. It was amazing how fast he lassoed them."

Villanueva was equally amazed. He said he learned to lasso in Jalisco, Mexico, where he worked on a cattle ranch, but it had been 30 years since he had roped anything.

The dogs are lucky Villanueva came along, because it's nearly impossible to make it out of the concrete-lined canal this time of year, Roza Irrigation District assistant manager Tim Collett said. There's nothing to grab onto and the sides are slippery.

"Follow the signs, that's what they're there for," he said. "Canals are very dangerous, especially if they are concrete lined like those up there. They're very swift, and if critters or animals get in them, they can't get out."

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Sunday, September 4, 2011

Renaming Your Rescue Dog

Here is a very interesting article on weather or not you should rename the dog you rescued.
Sometimes its good to rename the dog, but sometimes if the dog came from a loving home it is best to call it by it original name.
Please read the article and let us know what your thoughts are.
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Saturday, September 3, 2011

A Good Listing of American Made Pet Products!

Here is a website that lists Pet Products that are made Right here in the Good ol' USA!!!
They also list many other sites besides pets.
Clothing, tools, housewares etc.
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Friday, September 2, 2011

Getting Your Pet Ready for the NEXT Big Storm!

Here is a pretty informative website for getting your pet ready for the next Big Storm!
There are links at the bottom of the page you should check out. It has an extensive check list.
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