Posts Tagged “dogs”

Senior Moments- How to Housebreak an Older Dog

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Senior Moments- How to Housebreak an Older Dog

By Hindy Pearson   Is it possible one of the reasons people are hesitant about adopting an aging canine, is because they don’t know how to housebreak an older dog?   If this is why you’re reluctant, than I’m glad you found me. It would be a shame to let that stand in the way…

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Podcast- Gunnars Wheels Foundation Gives Free Loaner Wheels For Dogs

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Podcast- Gunnars Wheels Foundation Gives Free Loaner Wheels For Dogs

  Three years ago Jason Parker’s dog Gunnar was hit by a truck and lost the use of his rear legs. Generous people helped Jason buy a wheelchair for Gunnar. Now Jason payig it forward with a unique program that provides wheels for dogs at no charge! Jason even covers the shipping cost anywhere in…

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Wagz Tails From The Shelter- Adventures of Tiny Tina Part 3

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Wagz Tails From The Shelter- Adventures of Tiny Tina Part 3

by Barbara Isherwood   Its Monty Mutt Here again readers, Welcoming you back to this the final installment, in the three-part story about my good friend and fellow resident here at Wagz Dog Rescue Center. As you may recall in the last episode Tiny Tina had met and bonded deeply with the young soldier with…

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YOUTUBE AND GNASH MAKE MUSIC FOR DOGS

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YOUTUBE AND GNASH MAKE MUSIC FOR DOGS

April 28, 2017 (San Bruno, CA) – In honor of National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day on Sunday, April 30, YouTube has partnered with multi-platinum, chart topping “i hate u, i love u” singer-songwriter gnash to develop the short film “gnash’s pet project — making music for dogs.” The short film takes viewers behind-the-scenes into…

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Podcast: My Experience Being the Only Staff Veterinarian for Animal Control Los Angeles

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Podcast: My Experience Being the Only Staff Veterinarian for Animal Control Los Angeles

  Can you imagine being the only on staff veterinarian for six shelters in one of the largest cities in America, providing healthcare and deciding who lives and who dies? That is what Dr Dena Mangiamele did for several years and she will share stories with us from her experience. Also joining us is Teri Jaymes,…

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Podcast- Getting Green With Eco Dog Care

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Podcast- Getting Green With Eco Dog Care

Jane Bond, and Eco Dog-Care Products, are totally green from their products to shipping materials and much more. Their commitment is 100%. Learn why this is important for you and your dog, our planet and your lifestyle.   Tweet

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Barking Dogs That Drive People Insane

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Barking Dogs That Drive People Insane

by Kevin Davies   A barking dog can be very upsetting and annoying to most people, and can cause your neighbors to report you to the local dog control. It is important to understand that your dog is not barking just to annoy you and the neighbors, they are indeed trying to communicate with you…

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Five Springtime Safety Hazards for Dogs

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Five Springtime Safety Hazards for Dogs

by Bobbie Abdallah, Cold Noses News   Finally the effects of Old Man Winter are melting away and giving way to the beauty and warmer temperatures of springtime! But with the advent of spring, there are also new threats to your dog’s health; and what you don’t know could hurt your dog. Below are five…

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Podcast-Everything You Need to Know About Pain Management in 20 Minutes

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Podcast-Everything You Need to Know About Pain Management in 20 Minutes

Dr Michael Petty gives us a comprehensive look at pain management and treatment for dogs. Can you recognize the signs of pain in your dog? It may not be your dog “just getting old” that is keeping him or her from doing the normal things it has always enjoyed doing but chronic or acute pain…..

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Does Your Dog or Cat Have a Drinking Problem?

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Does Your Dog or Cat Have a Drinking Problem?

Is your dog or cat drinking more than normal? Have you noticed your cat suddenly drinking from the tap or your dog drinking out of the toilet? If so, the cause could be a significant underlying disease…. In this post, Laura Du Pre, Veterinary Surgeon and Clinical Director of leading Yorkshire based vets Calder Vets,…

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