Category Archives: Dog Socialization

Markham Dog Association celebrates connection and inclusivity as park opens

Dog lovers celebrated connection and inclusiveness when Cornell Woodlot Park opened on August 28. The park features a brand new fully accessible playground, shaded structure, walking paths and an off-leash dog area. For the Markham Dog Association, the new off-leash park is a step in the right direction. “The reality is that we have a […]

Champ, ‘Elite’ Puppy-In Training at UVA Athletics, is the Ultimate Mood Lifter

“She and I kind of brainstormed ideas to have him at practices, to have him on tutoring during study hall time. You know, if the teams wanted us to come, we were going to go,” she said. “We’re here for whatever they need.” Sanders’ husband is George Gelnovatch, Virginia’s head men’s soccer coach. “George and […]

Food insecurity spikes for older people in West Chester – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER — Although the inflation rate in the United States fell to 0.6% to 8.5% in July from 9.1% in June, the cost of everyday food continues to rise. The consumer price index for food available at grocery stores rose 1.4% in July from June, according to the US Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research […]

Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse Flails on the Joe Rogan Podcast

forget it devastating reviews from the video game press, the cringe-worthy digital “selfie” and the noticeable lack of legs – Mark Zuckerberg wants you to focus on the promise of the metaverse. The founder of Facebook, today Meta Platforms Inc., appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast on August 25, unintimidated by the recent mockery aimed at […]

Friends of Newport Beach Animal Shelter enters final round of $3 million fundraising campaign

Holding the “Topping Off” beam at the Newport Beach Animal Sanctuary are (left to right) Sharon Esterley, FONBAS Board Member, Sandy Meadows, Newport Beach Board Member, Joy Brenner, Member Newport Beach Council, Jeff Boyles, Newport Beach Fire Chief, NBPD Lt. Joe Cartwright, Jon Lewis, Newport Beach Police Chief, Valerie Schomburg, NBPD Animal Control Supervisor (holding […]

Newton residents say city should review vicious dog ordinance – Newton Daily News

Newton residents have urged public officials to review ordinances regarding vicious dogs, with one citizen saying the code benefits the animals rather than the victims. Max Tipton, 86, of Newton, told the town council on August 1 that his wife, Kathy, had been bitten by a neighbor’s dog a few days earlier. Although he was […]

NOW FRESH and GO! SOLUTIONS joins forces to launch the “Give to Give Back” donation campaign to support the animals of the Regional Society for the Protection of Animals

CHILLIWACK, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Petcurean, award-winning manufacturer of leading premium pet food brands GO! SOLUTIONS® and NOW FRESH®is delighted to announce the launch of a social media donation and awareness campaign – Give to give back – to collect donations for a local non-profit animal organization, The Regional Animal Protection Society (RAPS), from August 15 to […]

US VetDogs Seeking Puppy Breeders for New Jersey Veterans

TRENTON, NJ (CBS) — There’s a push to find volunteers who are willing to train puppies in New Jersey. These puppies will eventually help people like veterans and first responders in a big way. Calling all puppy lovers. There is an urgent need for volunteer puppy raisers in the Trenton, New Jersey area. You will […]

Well Groomed Pets Franchise System Reports Stronger Than Expected Franchise Sales Growth

The company confirms that nine Well Groomed Pets salons have just been sold in Texas and Arizona. Salon for well-groomed pets Salon for well-groomed pets OVIEDO, Fla., Aug. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Seeing accelerating year-over-year growth within the pet industry, The Well Groomed Franchise System (WGFS) today announced that franchise sales of its Well […]

Dog Who Naps In Owner’s Face After Failing To Wake Him Wins Hearts Online

It’s not uncommon for pets to have a favorite family member, and they’re not shy about showing it off. A pup using his new owner’s face as a pillow during nap time is warming hearts online. In the video, TikTok user @greenybeany420 (real name Ave Marin) wants her new puppy Dune to wake up her […]

Blind dog relies on ‘Hero Cat’ to guide him – Best Life

The cat-and-dog fight is so epic it’s spawned countless office debates, ruined many first dates, and launched a three-movie franchise starring the voice of Michael Clarke Duncan. But sometimes opposites attract. In a heartwarming new story, a Vermont woman has shared that her blind dog is being helped around the house by her cat. Read […]

Most of us know that xylitol is toxic to dogs, but now it’s labeled as follows

Most know that the artificial sweetener called xylitol is toxic to dogs. It’s found in sugar-free products like breath mints, chewing gum, and even peanut butter. However, it has recently been noticed that more and more products are replacing the labeling of “xylitol” with “birch sugar” Where “birch sap.” Xylitol Is Toxic to Dogs, Regardless […]

Rescued Beagle Adoptions Are Delayed Due to Unexpected Dog Medical and Social Issues

Since taking in 43 adult beagles rescued from a medical breeding facility in Virginia late last month, the Helen Woodward Animal Center has been overwhelmed with goodwill from the dog-loving public. Over 200 adoption requests poured in from California and neighboring states, over $24,000 in donations were made for the care of the beagles and […]

The passion of women goes to dogs | News, Sports, Jobs

HUBBARD – Katie Costello’s passion for animals, especially dogs, was established at a young age and set her on a career path. “I always had dogs, cats and other animals at home in Hubbard. Sometimes there were rabbits, birds and ferrets. My grandparents were farmers. All these animals were my friends” , Costello […]

“HOW DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR PUPPY BREEDER? (PART ONE)

Canine professionals recommend that you start choosing a puppy with the most important part of the process: you choose the breeder of that puppy. I asked dog professionals to answer a few questions about how they chose a breeder for their pup. Which qualifications were most important? “When you chose the breeder for your puppy, […]

A Song of Love (2022) – Film Review

A love song2022. Written and directed by Max Walker-Silverman.With Dale Dickey, West Studi, Michelle Wilson, Benja K. Thomas, John Way and Marty Grace Dennis. SYNOPSIS: In a rural western campground, a woman waits alone for the arrival of an old flame from her past, unsure of her intentions yet coy about hers. There’s a first […]

Police treat community members like a party | Local News

According to staff reports Two months ago, Mooresville Police Department Crime Prevention and Community Outreach Officer Dave Harding gave participants of the MAP summer camp a tour of the local service, held at the War Memorial Building in Mooresville. MAP is a program designed specifically for people with physical, cognitive and intellectual disabilities and offers […]

Saving Grace Animal Society Hosts Pints ​​for Pets Fundraiser

“This year more than ever, we have had to rely on the public for donations to feed our animals. With so many animals in care, it’s been nearly impossible to keep our shelves stocked for long,” McClughan said. Adoptable dogs and cats will be present as well as SGAS merchandise tables. Proceeds from the featured […]

Hundreds of Rescued Beagles May Find Fur Homes in DC Area

One of the beagles rescued from the Envigo Breeding and Research Center in Cumberland, Virginia. Photo courtesy of Homeward Trails/Sue Bell. The future is already looking brighter for some of the 4,000 beagles rescued from inhumane conditions at a breeding center in Cumberland, Va., last week. That’s in part thanks to the Fairfax Homeward Trails […]

Local Pet Rescue Seeking Fosters & Forever Homes – StrathmoreNow.com

Since 2017, Alpine View Pet Rescue has been helping Wheatland County rehabilitate and find new homes for rescued and abandoned dogs. Now they need your help. Due to increased financial stress, returning to work after the lifting of Covid-19 regulations, and many other reasons, Alberta shelters are impacted by high capacity and low adoptions, and […]

CTV News: Sault Kennel Club hosts outdoor dog show

The Laird Fairgrounds in Echo Bay went dog-friendly this weekend as people and their beloved pets took part in the first Canadian Kennel Club-sanctioned dog show to be held in the area since the pandemic. The dogs competed in obedience and obstacle competitions. The show was presented by the Sault Ste. Marie Kennel Club, which […]

Find out where you fall on the selfishness vs. altruism test

ESelfishness, also called selfishness, is the practice of behaving selfishly. Altruism, on the opposite end of the spectrum, focuses on being selfless and meeting the needs of others. “Selfish behaviors occur on a continuum — from highly selfless behaviors on one side to extremely narcissistic actions on the other,” says Carla Marie Manly, PhD, clinical […]

Parade kicks off Canada Day activities this long weekend in Niagara Falls

The Canada Day Parade returned to its traditional format in Niagara Falls, with about 50 participants, including marching bands, pipers and dancers, entertaining red-clad crowds that lined downtown streets on Friday. “We are excited to celebrate Canada Day, but also to be able to get out and enjoy the community again,” said Kristen Rose, who […]

Incredible dog: Five weeks alone, two rescues and an escape

Estrella enjoys some playtime outside in a playground at the Truckee Shelter. Supplied/Katia Kim-Herberichs SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — A stray dog ​​who survived more than five weeks on her own, during which she was hit by a car and sustained injuries, is finally rehabilitated and ready for adoption. Estrella was first spotted in Tahoe […]

Catawba Valley Medical Center Brings Pet Therapy Back | Local News

Cigi Sparks Catawba Valley Health System In the halls of Catawba Valley Medical Center, there are nurses, doctors, staff members and patients. From time to time there is a four-legged friend. After a brief hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CVMC pet therapy program is back in operation. One of the most frequent pets […]

Senior Programs Return to Mandel Jewish Community Center: Press Run

BEACHWOOD, Ohio — The senior programs go to Mandel JCC: The Mandel Jewish Community Center, 260001 S. Woodland Road in Beachwood, offers a free program for community members ages 60 and older that allows them to better connect with one another. After a pandemic hiatus, the program is back, offering a range of social and […]

Here’s how to support local charities this Founders Day

COLORADO SPRINGS — Founder’s Day charities are asking the community for volunteers and donations to support their cause. Here are some notable mentions: find hope Reclaiming Hope cares for survivors of sex trafficking at the point of recovery, during recovery and reintegration by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. The organization travels with survivors […]

Burnaby’s Pacific Assistance Dogs Society issues urgent appeal for puppy raisers and guardians

Known as PADS, it uses 35 new volunteers to care for and train the young puppies. In “urgent need” of volunteers. It’s the public plea of ​​a Burnaby-based company in the search for 20 new volunteer puppy raisers and at least 15 new puppy sitters for its West Coast region. While there are many types […]

Houston dog owners talk about protecting pets in the summer heat

HOUSTON – Many Houstonians keep their dogs indoors during the hottest hours of the day, but for some the only time they can exercise their dogs is during the day. Protecting dogs from heat-related illnesses Dog owners share how they keep their dogs from overheating during the summer months. They spoke with FOX 26 about […]

Canine Welfare Science Forum aims to build bridges to improve dog welfare

Friday, May 27, 2022 Bringing together people who have different points of view on issues such as canine welfare and dog breeding is a passion of Dr. Candace Croney, professor of animal behavior and welfare at Purdue University, who holds a joint post in the Faculties of Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture. This is because she […]

Adopt me Hank is a happy dog

CollingwoodToday, in partnership with the Georgian Triangle Humane Society, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet in need of adoption. ************************* Skein Hello everyone, My name is Hank! I’m an adorable “teenage” boy about 10 months old and already weighing over 70 pounds, I still have some growing to do so I might […]

What the next generation senior really wants: a rooftop bar

Daniel Levy Gone are the days of the bare minimum. It is no longer enough to offer residents a cramped room, a sterile atmosphere or a collection of age-old rocking chairs. The next generation’s vibrant, savvy young adults have more options than they’ve ever had, and if you want to stand out and provide your […]

Are pampered companion dogs better off than village dogs?

A recent essay by Iben Meyer and colleagues, “Pampered pets or poor bastards? The welfare of dogs kept as pets” caught my attention because the research focused on comparing the welfare of companion dogs with that of modern village dogs.1 Some people think that modern companion dogs – often referred to as “domesticated” dogs – […]

Oshkosh animal shelter sees ‘drastic’ increase in dog numbers

OSHKOSH (NBC 26) — Local animal shelters are currently “overflowing” with dogs, many of them strays or misplaced, according to the Oshkosh Area Humane Society. OAHS says it saw a 33% increase in wanderers over the past three-year average for the first quarter. Typically, an average of 80% of strays are returned to their owners, […]

The Dog Breeder Particular on Breeding Countryside Huskies in a Human Setting

Countryside Huskies is on a mission to give our customers only happy, healthy, quality puppies raised in the healthiest environments. Huskies are loved for their absolutely fierce and beautiful appearance. But that’s not where it stops for fans of this particular breed. Huskies are known to be lovable, fiercely independent, and incredibly sweet. They also […]

Ridgeside K9 Tidewater Dog Training is a leading dog training company in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Williamsburg, Virginia – Dogs are very social creatures, so it’s no wonder that training is such an important part of their lives. Their ability to understand and respond to commands is a key part of their relationship with their owners and their place in the pack. By teaching them basic obedience commands, owners can help […]

California health officials urge seniors to stay vaccinated and join communities –

Photo by Marisol Benitez on Unsplash By Natalie Hanson/Ethnic Media Services PUBLIC health experts are urging California seniors to stay up to date on their COVID-19 vaccine reminders, so they can rejoin their communities. The pandemic has had a devastating impact on older people, many of whom may have depended on congregate centers for socialization […]

Burrnationk9s Introduces Dog Lovers to America’s Purest Dog Breeds

Burrnationk9s is an American pit bull breeder offering healthy and family-friendly puppies and specializing in the production of XXL Tri Merle Bully puppies. Pitbull puppies are among the most sought after pets. Known for their loyalty, strength, and love of children, Pitbulls are in high demand, but the quality of supply varies widely from kennel […]

What you need to know before buying chickens – Royal Examiner

Pets from the rodent family, such as hamsters, guinea pigs, rats, mice, and gerbils are popular pets. Despite their cuddly and energetic disposition, however, degus are a lesser-known species that are often overlooked. Here’s what makes degus fantastic pets. AppearanceDegus are small domestic rodents that look like a cross between a gerbil and a squirrel. […]

Mifflinburg Dog Park Nears Completion | Community

Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania – A long-awaited dream for many four-legged friends is soon to come true: a dog park in Mifflinburg. The dog park is a long-awaited project. The initial momentum started in 2017 when Taylor and Luis Montesinos started a GoFundMe to crowdsource fencing and other start-up costs for the space. “Our mission for Mifflinburg […]

‘Animal Ambassadors’ program provides humane education to primary school pupils in Glasgow and socialization to animals in shelters

A partnership between a Glasgow animal shelter and a local primary school aims to teach pupils how to care for animals safely and show compassion towards those with and without four legs. On a recent Friday afternoon at the shelter, 10-month-old Snoopy lay in bed at the Barren River Animal Welfare Association, or BRAWA, as […]

Private Schools Bill Must Come With Responsibility > PenCityCurrent.com

The House of Representatives has a big chore coming up. Those lawmakers are facing pressure from the governor to pass Senate Brief 2369. The bill was sent to the House in a 31-18 Senate vote on Wednesday. It provides 10,000 private scholarships funded by the Supplemental State Assistance formula per state student. The Senate bill […]

At Winsted, ECAD assistance dogs graduate with new companions

WINSTED – Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities held its first graduation ceremony on March 23, 2022 and celebrated the completion of the two-week team training session by five teams of clients and assistance dogs, and one dog establishment and its two masters. The graduation was made even more special because three of the clients were […]

Atascadero Senior Center provides local residents with resources and services • Atascadero News

The Center is currently asking the community for help in the form of donations and volunteers Atascadero — Located on East Mall adjacent to Sunken Gardens, the Atascadero Senior Center has been helping seniors in the community since the mid-seventies. The Senior Center, which is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is run entirely by volunteers. Ranger […]

Will a new, post-pandemic Hollywood meet the demands of an increasingly diverse audience? UCLA report shows more work to be done

This Sunday, Hollywood will celebrate itself and its exploits, as it has done for almost a century, during the 94and Oscars telecast. Best Picture favorites are two films, CODA and The power of the dog, which were released on streaming platforms. If the predictions hold true, it would be the first time a movie from […]

What to expect if your dog takes trazodone

woman cuddling a black french bulldog Tempura/Getty TABLE OF CONTENTS On this page What is trazodone used for? Potential side effects Dosage for Dogs Can dogs overdose on trazodone? Interactions and warnings Just like people, many dogs experience fear or anxiety from time to time. Unfortunately, just like people, some struggle with severe anxiety that […]

Pet of the Week: O My Heart | Local News

Billings Gazette O My Heart is a 3 year old male Domestic Shorthair brown Tabby available for adoption through Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter. He is eager to get along with everyone and is fascinated by people’s activities. He seems a little wheezy because he has a deviated septum. O My Heart is neutered and up […]

The Many Health Risks of Animal Hoarding

In late January, Stephanie Salvago stood outside a mobile home in Walker County, Alabama. She watched a scene with more than 100 dogs trapped in crowded enclosures or tied to short chains. Other dogs had escaped and were on the loose. Salvago was part of the Greater Birmingham Humane Society, one of several animal welfare […]

He is nothing but a hunting dog! Copper is ready to be adopted

Copper, a 6-month-old hunting dog is up for adoption this week from the Tri County Humane Society. Just look at those eyes. I have a feeling Copper will soon be in his new home. Maybe yours? Discover Copper! This beautiful dog came to TCHS as a stray with his brother, so unfortunately we don’t know […]

Designer Dogs of Utah: where do they come from?

Molesley Sirius – a Borderdoodle and Mildred McGonagall – a Goldendoodle. Photos by Mike Jones. Puppy sales have skyrocketed during the COVID shutdowns because people who have found themselves stuck at home have turned to canine companionship. Designer dogs were at the forefront of the adoption frenzy, despite high prices and long waiting lists. The […]

Are Puppy Training Classes Worth It?

House training allows your pup to fully focus on you while developing your bond. In contrast, group classes give your dog the opportunity to work on his concentration skills even when the distraction of other dogs surrounds him. Group classes are also a great way to socialize your pup during the critical socialization period of […]

The PEDIGREE Foundation launches the 2022 grant cycle

Since 2008, the PEDIGREE Foundation has donated nearly $10 million through 5,800 grants, working with organizations that support its mission to end pet homelessness and help dogs find their forever homes. Applications for the 2022 grant cycle will be accepted now via May 8, 2022 and can be completed online. “Working in tandem with our […]

Nautical Dog in New Town to Open Cat Salon with Adoptable Cats

The Nautical Dog in New Town opens Williamsburg’s first cat salon with adoptable cats from the Heritage Humane Society. (Courtesy of Amanda Wilbourne) WILLIAMSBURG — Cat lovers in Williamsburg will soon have a place to interact with and potentially bring home a feline friend. The Nautical Dog, 5102 Main St Suite B, a family-run pet […]

School Board Challenges Therapy Dog Proposal | News, Sports, Jobs

Members of the Warren County School District Board of Trustees have raised concerns about a proposal that would see the district purchase two therapy dogs. The issue was brought to the Board of Directors at the start of the committee meetings and then discussed in more depth by the members later that evening. […]

‘Support Our Community’: Presbyterian Church Hosts Craft Market in Auburn | Local News | Auburn, NY | Auburnpub.com

AUBURN — For Amy Heath and Tina Lader, the Creative Arts Market is a way for them to socialize and hang out, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The market event, at the Presbyterian Event and Retreat Center, 108 South St., Auburn, featured the work of various artisans and artisans on Saturday. Scheduled to […]

Kim Reeder: What volunteers mean to LCHS | Columnists

Here at the Lee County Humane Society, our volunteer program is part of our daily business. Volunteers enrich the lives of our animals. The work of our volunteers helps save the lives of not only the animals they help care for, but also the shelter itself. One might wonder what a volunteer looks like; it’s […]

Owner of Omemee-area pet boarding house fined for treating his dog

A Peterborough pet owner shakes his head after the operator of a pet boarding and training center in Omemee was found guilty earlier this month of abusing his dog at the end of 2020. Nadine Francis, owner/operator of Good Doggy of Kawartha Lakes, pleaded guilty February 8 in Lindsay court to two of six charges […]

Are there any cases in the metaverse?

Photo: Pixabay The social networks in which we now operate are our new space for communication and socialization. An integrated social dialogue space with messages with various multimedia elements (music, video, images). In this ecosystem, brands and companies have developed a large part of their marketing strategies, digital advertising and their new commercial channels. A […]

All dog owners will be required to take a course, except in the case of hunting, herding or guard dogs

There are dogs and there are hunting dogs or shepherd animals. A distinction in which the breed has nothing to do, since thousands of dogs with pedigrees and hunting or herding instincts live as pets outside the fields and shotguns (also with owners who hunt and graze). They are the same animals, with the same […]

Puppy Bowl XVIII puts Virginia pooches with unique qualities and special needs in the spotlight.

(WFXR) – People across the country tuned in Sunday afternoon to watch more than 100 dogs – at least five of which are from Virginia – hit the grill in a furry showdown between Team Fluff and Team Ruff during Puppy Bowl XVIII . The event which aired on Animal Planet and streamed on Discovery+ […]

Meet Stella Mae! | WATD 95.9 FM

—WATD 95.9 News & Talk Radio, South Shore Massachusetts Thanks to our listener Geni for connecting us with a new organization called Animal Rescue Konnection. Animal Rescue Konnection also works with people who need to rehom their dogs, shelters and animal control officers. Their specialty is working with more difficult to place dogs, those with […]

Renee Dodds Runs Two Daycares, But Her Time Isn’t the Kids | Business

PITTSFIELD — Renee Dodds owns two daycare centers in the Berkshires where her customers bark instead of talk. Dodds owns Love Us and Leave Us, a dog daycare and boarding facility with locations in Pittsfield and Lee. Dodds, from Lanesborough, or ‘the borough’ as ​​she calls it, is a certified dog trainer who originally became […]

Dog-Friendly Chicago, Year-Round Travel Guide

dog cruise Mercury Chicago Skyline Cruise Line Our pets are like family: we love them, we care for them, and we want them to be around us, even when we’re exploring a big city like Chicago. Savvy travelers and Windy City locals understand that just because a place allows dogs doesn’t necessarily mean that dogs […]

Clear Path for Veterans Turning Puppies into Service Dogs

Dogs are man’s best friend, but they can also be a vital lifeline. Clear Path for Veterans makes it easier for vets to get a service dog. Having a dog as a companion is certainly comforting, and for many people, when they return home after serving our country, they come back with trauma. The Clear […]

Gail Fisher’s Dog Tracks: How to Handle Barking Dogs in the Classroom | Animals

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Sharpsburg councilor leads off-leash dog park

A newly elected Sharpsburg city councilwoman is pitching in with an idea she thinks will benefit residents and their four-legged friends. Carrie Tongarm is working on setting up an off-leash dog park in the borough. It’s a project that’s been gaining momentum since 2018, when she first moved to the riverside town. “During the pandemic, […]

BEECCHEY: Rehabilitators at risk of contracting COVID from wildlife

Content of the article Ontario Wildlife Conservators were privileged to have Scott Weese, Head of Infection Control at the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph, as our guest on January 23 at our monthly virtual meeting on COVID in wildlife. Content of the article Here’s what happens. During COVID, rehabbers have developed protocols […]

Probable euthanasia for Orange Co wolf dogs living in shelter

A group of wolf-dog hybrids housed at the Orange County Animal Shelter since last summer still need a forever home, officials said Thursday. Animal control officials have “potentially found suitable sanctuary placement” for some of the dogs, but have not yet found suitable placement for the rest, said Tenille Fox, spokeswoman for Orange County Animal […]

Local animal shelter calls for foster volunteers in memory of Betty White

“That’s definitely where I’ve seen the greatest local need,” said Elizabeth Jefferis, Baypath’s chief executive. The recent death of White, who was deeply committed to animal welfare, sparked a nationwide movement in support of animal shelters and rescue organizations. The last surviving star of the television series “The Golden Girls” died on December 31, a […]

Her spa clients have fur and four legs | Business

OWhen Vlada Markov was 9 years old, her next-door neighbor acquired a new puppy, but as a flight attendant she needed a reliable pet sitter. Markov got up and took the reins. Alumna of Mountain Pointe in 2017, Markov took that first job as a pet sitter and branched out into pet grooming as a […]