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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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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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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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6 Tips For Interacting With Service Animals

6 Tips For Interacting With Service Animals Service dogs are usually the best-behaved, friendliest, and most well-trained dogs you’ll ever meet. While that may make it extra tempting to run over and start petting them, there are certain things you should know about interacting with service dogs. They are, after all, there to provide a service to their owners, and ...

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Pet Food Industry Survey Sheds Light On The Real State Of Consumer Confidence

Pet Food Industry Survey Sheds Light On The Real State Of Consumer Confidence Providing proper nutrition may be the single most important thing you can do for your pet. Many of the most common illnesses in dogs and cats are directly connected to diet, including obesity, allergies, diabetes, and certain cancers. With so much riding on the foods our pets ...

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Contact Lenses Give Former Fighting Dog A New Love For Life

Contact Lenses Give Former Fighting Dog A New Love For Life The Hughes family is already known for their devotion to rescue dogs. Chris and Mariesa Hughes are the creative minds behind The Mr. Mo Project, a nonprofit that gives senior shelter dogs opportunities to live out their lives with loving families. They also earned internet fame last year when ...

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Super Senior Dog Looking For Someone To Make Him Feel Special Til The End

Super Senior Dog Looking For Someone To Make Him Feel Special Til The End Every week, iHeartDogs will feature a new shelter dog in need of a loving forever home. These amazing animals remind us that homeless pets everywhere have extraordinary stories and deserve a second chance.  Meet Jackson! Image Source: Austin Pets Alive!   Jackson is a Husky mix who looks ...

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3 Simple Tips To Stop Your Dog From Pulling On Leash

3 Simple Tips To Stop Your Dog From Pulling On Leash One of the most common problems dog trainers are contacted for is dogs pulling on their leash. While everyone wants to enjoy a nice walk with their pup, it’s no secret that a dog dragging you down the street is nothing short of awful. Not only is it uncomfortable, ...

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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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