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Former Siberian Husky Breeder Faces Felony Charges For Abandoning Her Dogs

Former Siberian Husky Breeder Faces Felony Charges For Abandoning Her Dogs Deborah L. Hosler of Hosler’s Huskies in Michigan plead guilty to abandonment of animals, a felony that is punishable by up to four years in prison. For now, however, she was placed on a five year probation, ordered to pay a $2,500 fine and will complete 200 hours of ...

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Highly Contagious Dog Flu Cases Confirmed In Florida

Highly Contagious Dog Flu Cases Confirmed In Florida Florida has confirmed 7 cases of dog flu – the first ever in the state. The flu is highly contagious, and there have been dozens of confirmed cases in just the last few weeks, many in participants after dog shows in Georgia. As a result, many people are pulling their dogs from ...

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“Loved and Cherished” Dog Abandoned In Tiny Crate At Animal Shelter

“Loved and Cherished” Dog Abandoned In Tiny Crate At Animal Shelter On May 21, a volunteer dog walker for Henry County Humane Society spotted a small crate outside of an unfinished shelter currently being built. The new shelter is across the street from their older facility but since it isn’t yet occupied, nobody really knows how long the crate was ...

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Dog With Dwarfism Defies Expectations

Dog With Dwarfism Defies Expectations Michaelangelo Augustine, nicknamed “Mikey Gus” is just like any other German Shepherd. Just like any other dog, he loves to play, explore, and cuddle. He lives in Indiana with two other dogs, Temperance and Spartacus, and his human family. There is something different about Mikey Gus, though – he’s a miracle. A post shared by ...

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3 Big Things Modern Dog Food Needs More Of

3 Big Things Modern Dog Food Needs More Of When it comes to choosing the best food for your dog, the task can become overwhelming. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of different dog food brands and then types of foods within those brands. It’s no longer just a decision of wet or dry; it’s decision of which formulas offer ...

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Rescuers Swoop In To Save Shelter Dog As He’s Being Euthanized

Rescuers Swoop In To Save Shelter Dog As He’s Being Euthanized A big-eared pooch named Tiny reached the conclusion of his harrowing rescue story just one week after he narrowly avoided euthanasia at a Philadelphia shelter. A couple read his incredible story and were reminded of their previous dog who was also rescued just before being put to sleep. They ...

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Los Angeles Proposes “Finders Keepers” Bill Regarding Lost Pets

Los Angeles Proposes “Finders Keepers” Bill Regarding Lost Pets With Los Angeles looking to become a no-kill city by the end of this year, Animal Services General Manager Brenda Barnette has proposed a plan to keep lost pets out of the shelters and from taking up needed space. On the surface, this sounds like a positive, but many pet owners are ...

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Puppy Held “Hostage” By Delta Airlines In 33-Hour Paper Mix-Up

Puppy Held “Hostage” By Delta Airlines In 33-Hour Paper Mix-Up Mary Nguyen, a 25-year-old student in Minnesota, is looking to warn people about her recent experience with Delta Airlines. Her husband is living in Guatemala and the couple decided to have Bunny, their 8-month-old German Shepherd puppy, go live with him there. Nguyen not only drove all the way to ...

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4 Ways to Deal with Your Dog’s 4th of July Fireworks Anxiety

4 Ways to Deal with Your Dog’s 4th of July Fireworks Anxiety Independence Day is coming soon and although it should be a day of celebration, it’s one of the most dreaded holidays for pet owners. Even where fireworks are illegal, there always seems to be someone setting them off near home. For our dogs, this can resemble the destruction ...

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