Category Archives: Dog Socialization

Want to extend your UAE visit visa? Here’s how you can do it online through ICA

Image used for illustration purposes only. Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan / Gulf News Dubai: Are you visiting the United Arab Emirates and want to extend your stay a little longer? Visitors to the United Arab Emirates can extend their visit visa directly through the online platforms of the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and […]

FOTAS hosts host family event | Local news

This Wednesday, FOTAS and the Aiken County Animal Shelter are asking the community to participate in their “Foster for the Holidays” program. The refuge will be closed at Christmas for four days. From Thursday to Sunday, dogs will have limited human interaction and time outside of their kennels. “If you live in Aiken County and […]

Free service matching veterans with assistance dogs expanding operations at The Dog Spot in Mills

Carol Salveson with service dog (Carol Salveson, Facebook) CASPER, Wyo. – All proceeds from opening a dog training center in Mills will be donated to support a non-profit organization that trains dogs specifically to help veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder . Carol Salverson, a certified professional dog trainer, told Oil City that she has […]

Do you have a COVID dog? It’s time to drop the excuse and start training – the Durango Herald

Recently I saw a dog walk away from a woman who was trying to say hello. The dog’s owner apologized and said the dog was a COVID puppy. This is a new sentence implying that the dog is having behavioral problems. These problems can range from fear and anxiety to dogs who act aggressively or […]

Why “Succession” is the best show on television

The secret to the success of HBO’s high-profile drama lies in its innate understanding of the importance of attachment and isolation. I think a lot of Harry Harlow’s monkeys. Probably more than anyone in good health should. And I thought about them as I sat on my couch, in slight amazement, after watching “All the […]

Key innovations for seniors improve health and well-being in 2022, according to Patricia Will, founder of Belmont Village

HOUSTON – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Patricia Will, Founder and CEO of Belmont Village Senior Living, a developer, owner and integrated operator of luxury senior housing with more than 4,000 employees and more than 31 communities in the United States and Mexico, shares her take a look at how the senior living industry is evolving in […]

Grieving Caused By The Death Of Pets Must Be Acknowledged: U of A Research

Breadcrumb Links Local news Author of the article: Hamdi Issawi A couple of dogs play in southeast Edmonton on May 12, 2021. Photo by Greg Southam /Postmedia, file Content of the article Failure to recognize the grief of someone who has lost a pet can negatively impact the health of older women who mourn the […]

“Holiday The Kitten” kneads Husky’s fur and gets the best reaction

Just when you think kittens can’t get any cuter, this pair is coming! Kittens are one of the cutest things on the planet. Even dog owners can admit that a small meowing kitten is adorable. Cat owners love it kitten phase because while they can be a little crazy, the shenanigans of these mini cats […]

Former director of animal shelter hit with 2nd degree cruelty charge

According to the municipal code of Pasco, it is accompanied by a charge of serious misdemeanor. THE FORMER DIRECTOR OF TROUBLED SHELTER WILL BE IN COURT ON DEC. 14 The serious offense of 2nd degree cruelty to animals can be punished with a maximum of 364 days in jail and a fine of up to […]

Morristown NJ Seeing Eye seeks volunteers for puppy training program

A guided tour of a Seeing Eye training session in Morristown Jeff McMullen, Training Manager at The Seeing Eye in Morristown, explains a typical training session in downtown Morristown with two clients and two dogs on Tuesday, May 4, 2021. Danielle Parhizkaran, Morristown Daily Record For many dog ​​lovers, the idea of ​​having a puppy […]

Do sidewalks make us more social?

Sidewalks have long been considered essential parts of America’s social and communal infrastructure. As Jane Jacobs recognized decades ago, sidewalks are “the city’s principal public places” and “” its most vital organs. For Jacobs and subsequent urban researchers, sidewalks are active sites of socialization and allow open interactions and accidental encounters; they also serve as […]

WHAT KIND OF CAT? If you are looking for a cat with a specific look or personality, consider one with a family tree | Lifestyles

Kittens come in all sizes, personalities, colors, patterns, and coat lengths. Thousands are available at animal shelters nationwide, and they are as cute as they get. But if you are looking for a particular type of cat, you may go to the shelter daily or check with rescue groups online and not find what you […]

Santa Barbara County North Branch Jail Photo Tour | Local news

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office said the North Branch Jail would begin operating in early 2022, and the county offered tours inside the facility on Nov. 18 after a groundbreaking ceremony. . To view a gallery of prison photos, click on the arrow to the right of the photo above. The North Branch Jail […]

State-of-the-art dog daycare opens in Woodlands West and will host a grand opening this weekend

THE WOODLANDS, TX – Dogtopia, the nation’s premier dog day care, boarding and spa, recently opened its new location at The Woodlands. Located at 6622 Durango Creek Drive in Magnolia, Dogtopia of The Woodlands West offers contactless drop-off and pick-up services. The new Dogtopia will have a big opening celebration on December 5, with tours […]

Orange non-profit offers service dog certification after airlines ban emotional support animals – Orange County Register

If you haven’t taken a flight in the past year, be sure to leave your pet peacock at home now. Yes, goodbye pigs, penguins, kangaroos and everything else in the wild kingdom that airline passengers have passed off as emotional support animals in recent years, which has at times made the friendly sky more like […]

Mission Working Dogs arrives at Christmas Parade on November 27

Past, present and future service dogs for veterans with PTSD or mobility issues. Clockwise from back left: Moxie, Libby, Belle, Indy, Abigail, Ranger, Doug and Eleanor. Photo provided OXFORD – This year’s Christmas Parade is going to the dogs, and VFW 9787 Auxiliary Lorraine Hill couldn’t be happier. That’s because Christy Gardner of Oxford, a […]

girl from Mill Creek overcomes epilepsy with help from canine companion | New

MILL STREAM – When 14-year-old Julia Mickle was diagnosed with epilepsy in November 2018, she and her parents began a journey of treatment options to control her seizures. Of all the drugs, it turns out that a dog named Zoe can be the best of all. Zoe, a 2 year old yellow Labrador, is a […]

Susan Sarandon On The First Acting Jobs She Took Just To Travel: Women Traveling Podcast

And when Bernie went after Trump’s victory and organized town halls in Trumpland, people ended up embracing him and agreeing with everything he said. So that gives me hope that basically we can be human beings all united in helping our neighbors, if you just appeal at the right level, and there are so many […]

Kingston and Belleville puppy breeders wanted, CNIB says

Content of the article Canada’s leading visually impaired support organization is looking for very important volunteers in Kingston and Belleville. Content of the article Volunteers should love puppies but be strong enough to let them go after the first year to become an official Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) guide dog. “There is […]

Essex Corp. sets the stage for The Parkwood, an active new community of 55 years and over $ 45 million

The Parkwood logo, a community in Essex The Parkwood is slated to open in the spring of 2023 in Sioux Falls, SD, and is currently responding to inquiries about future rentals online. The Parkwood is slated to open in the spring of 2023 in Sioux Falls, SD, and is currently responding to inquiries about future […]

These are the multi-family trends experts predict for 2022

Green spaces, outdoor spaces and space for healthy activities become more important than … [+] never in multi-family buildings. getty Apartments are where the home sweet home is for more and more Americans: over the past decade, the multi-family market has grown tremendously. Even during COVID-19, 2020 saw a 50% increase in multi-family units, compared […]

The protocol helps children overcome phobias related to their food allergies

06 November 2021 5 minutes to read Source / Disclosures Source: Dahlsgaard KK. The phobia of anaphylaxis and its impact on daily life: Identification, management and intervention. Presented at: ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting; from November 4 to 8, 2021; New Orleans (hybrid reunion). Disclosures: The authors do not report any relevant financial disclosures. ADD A […]

Pets, Pets, Pets | Babylon Beacon

On Saturday, October 30, Governor Kathy Hochul signed two bills in a legislative package that will strengthen animal welfare laws in our state. One bill prevents insurance companies from discriminating against client owners’ policies based solely on the breed (s) of dog owned, and the other designates veterinarians as commissioned rapporteurs in animal abuse cases. […]

Charitable grant provides air conditioning and hangar for Cedar Rapids animal shelter

Dogs still able to replace inefficient window unit and maze of floor fans in a ‘cleaner, greener’ overflow building Dogs Forever, 809 Rockford Rd. SW, is a volunteer “guaranteed adoption” shelter. The outdoor play area was enlarged after the derecho damaged the shelter. This improvement and others were made through a grant from the Miccio […]

Opportunities to adopt, foster and volunteer to help animals abound in the metro area

Animal shelters in the greater Albuquerque area are overcapacity and are looking for volunteers to help them. Volunteers receive training and support services to optimize positive outcomes for animals and volunteers. Information on three major organizations is provided here, with more relief groups serving the community. Volunteer applications are available on the websites. The Bernalillo […]

Pandemic pets in the Attleboro area find permanent homes | Stories

Puppies, kittens, and other pandemic pets seem to be everywhere these days: your Facebook feed, neighborhood streets, dog parks, vet offices, and local businesses. It may seem like everyone you know adopted or bought a pet during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. While this might be an exaggeration, the increase in the number of […]

New research suggests cats and dogs’ ‘moms’ and’ dads’ really take care of their pets – here’s the evolving explanation why

Have you noticed more cats in strollers lately? Or bumper stickers that say “I love my big dogs”? You can’t imagine it. More and more people are investing a lot of time, money and attention in their pets. It sounds a lot like parenthood, but pets, not people. Can this kind of animal care really […]

EWC Community Education Announces New Canine Obedience Class | Local

TORRINGTON – The Community Education Office at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington is announcing by popular demand a special Level I Canine Obedience Class session for SMALL DOGS ONLY. Small dogs are the ones that typically weigh less than 30 pounds as adults. Examples of small dogs would be the miniature dachshund, chihuahua, pomeranian, most […]

New Brunswick school support dog aims to break down barriers and alleviate student stress

Timber Wilson, Brunswick Junior High School student, Desi the Black Lab and Kerry Wolongevicz, School Resources Manager. C. Thacher Carter / The Times Record. When Desi – Brunswick Junior High School’s new support dog – walked out Friday morning during recess, students of all levels rushed to pet her. “I see her almost every day,” […]

Ghostly image of deceased Kentucky dog ​​appears in bonfire flames

The loss of a loved one is always one of the most difficult things in our life. And, because our pets are as much a part of our family as any person, the loss is just as devastating. But, what if, as with people, there was a chance that they would never leave us, but […]

Humans of UK: Lindsay McSorely trains dogs to be different |

Lindsay McSorely, UK 4 Paws for Ability’s recruiting chair, can often be seen walking around campus with Emmy, her four-month-old Goldendoodle host family. UK 4 Paws allows UK students to get involved in the community by training assistance dogs. It’s one of three organizations on campus that train service dogs, and they focus specifically on […]

Dogtopia announces partnership with NutriSource Pet Foods

Dog daycares and treat machines will be stocked with healthy and nutritious NutriSource products in time for Pet Welfare Month Posted: October 20, 2021 at 11:06 a.m. EDT|Update: 33 minutes ago PHOENIX, 20 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – To celebrate Pet Welfare Month in October, Dogtopia renews its commitment to keep its furry family […]

Last call: Flying Crow Coffee Co. to close downtown café | New

SPRINGFIELD, Vermont – Local coffee roaster Flying Crow Coffee Co. will close its downtown café at the end of the month due to a combination of financial burdens, the owners said. As the young company will continue to roast, deliver and ship its popular coffee, the owners of Flying Crow Coffee Co., Ben and Samantha […]

Marshmallow Animal Shelter Needs Foster Homes, Volunteers

“We saw a pretty large influx of animals and a constant inflow,” says shelter manager Cassi Ohman. “We’ve been a lot busier lately.” As an example, Ohman said, they’ve had five wild pregnant pussies this year, while in years past they’ve seen maybe one or two at most. She attributes at least part of this […]

City of Huntsville: Find Your BOO: ‘Spooktacular’ Adoption Campaign Seeks Forever Homes for Shelter Dogs

This week, adoptable dogs Paco, Reno, Isabel and Casey spent a sunny afternoon outside the shelter for a Halloween-themed photoshoot in historic Twickenham, Old Town and Five Points in Huntsville. . “Our historic neighborhoods are full of character and they look even more charming when decorated for holidays like Halloween,” said Katie Stamps, Huntsville Preservation […]

Pet costume contest you can enter with just a photo

As long as you’re going to humiliate your pet with this thrilling Halloween costume, you might as well give them a chance to win some awesome treats and maybe even some cash! The Prosser Animal Hospital will be holding its second annual Halloween costume contest. Submit your photo and the winners will be announced on […]

6 ways to improve your personal care routine

– Self-care can be loosely defined as the art of taking care of yourself. You’ve probably seen this phrase popping up everywhere in recent months. Self-care can (and should) include all of the other important indicators of health – physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, financial, psychological and relationship. While it is nothing new to stress the […]

Name That Dog: New York Islanders Adopt 3rd “Puppy with a Purpose”

UNIONDALE, Long Island (WABC) – New York Islanders have drafted their third “Puppy with a Purpose,” the team is asking for your help in finding a name. The adorable black lab will be training for the next 14-18 months to become a guide dog in the hopes of someday helping a blind or visually impaired […]

Canine companions travel to Billerica via Bedford

The Canine Companions puppy plane landed safely on Laurence G. Hanscom Field in Bedford and handed over five of its most recent service dog training to local volunteers, including a daycare owner from Billerica. Canine Companions provides trained assistance dogs for children, adults and veterans with disabilities. The puppies delivered to Bedford came from a […]

Zagreb cat shelter promised by Mayor Tomislav Tomašević

October 9, 2021 – The Zagreb Cat Shelter Project is part of the necessary strategic documents of the City and is on the list of initial projects from 2021 to 2027. The mayor of Zagreb, Tomislav TomaÅ¡ević, announced the construction of a cat shelter during a visit to the Zagreb shelter for neglected animals. There, […]


Last week, we shared a long list of red flags in advertisements for dog training services that should warn potential clients to be wary. This week, we’ll be covering online dog training company claims and offers. Why worry about offending others in your chosen profession when you can demean your competition with empty promises and […]

Woman burned in Yellowstone while trying to retrieve dog

The National Park Service reported another injury to a Yellowstone National Park guest who was burned in a thermal feature on Monday (10/4). According to the press release, a 20-year-old Washington woman was visiting the Maiden’s Grave spring near the Firehole River in YNP with her father when the dog jumped out of their vehicle […]

Sudbury group collects dozens of dogs found in appalling conditions

Sudbury – An animal rescue group in Sudbury collects 30 dogs that were found in appalling conditions in another part of Ontario. According to information shared on social media, more than 45 dogs were found inside a house, and they were reported to be hungry, sick and arguing. A Facebook group has been created to […]

Zoom Room achieves record growth

Through: Zoom Room | 0 Actions 44 readings Dog training organization shows impressive expansion REDONDO BEACH, Calif., October 4, 2021 // PRNewswire // – Zoom Room, the revolutionary, company-backed indoor dog training room, has reported strong growth since the start of the pandemic. Zoom Room entered 2020 with nine locations in four states and now […]

Pet owners let dogs out for Salisbury Woofstock – Salisbury Post

By Natalie [email protected] SALISBURY – Local pet owners let the dogs out on Sunday at Pitner Dog Park during Woofstock 2021. The Woofstock Festival, which began in 2017, raises funds for the Pitner Dog Park, located behind the Salisbury Civic Center on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue. Event coordinator Alyssa Sides said profits from Woofstock […]

Are cats or dogs smarter?

Dog and cat owners make a lot of assumptions about the intelligence of their four-legged companions. Of course, we all like to imagine that our Fido or Felix is ​​the smartest animal that has ever picked up – or jumped on – a ball. Can we then settle the secular debate? Which species is smarter: […]

Ave Maria named Community of the Year at the 2021 CBIA Sand Dollar Awards

Ave Maria, Florida is the recipient of the prestigious Community of the Year award presented annually by the Collier Building Industry Association. This is the seventh consecutive year that Ave Maria and its developer, Barron Collier Companies, have won the award in the under $ 500,000 category. The independent panel of judges ranked the communities […]

Pet Anxiety Problems: Is Your Dog / Cat Feeling Anxiety

Anxiety Problems in Pets: Humans suffer from anxiety, animals too! Anxiety affects a dog’s mental and physical health and well-being and can have a serious impact on their lifestyle. Stress, fear or trauma in pets are the possible culprits. Anxiety in pets can lead to many reactions such as excessive barking, whining, restlessness, lack of […]

New Puppy 101: How to Raise Your New Four-Legged Friend

Raising a puppy is a challenge for new and experienced dog owners, but it can also be an exciting, life-changing experience. The goal is to provide your puppy with a safe environment, but the line between safety and overprotection is thin. To help your puppy grow into a happy, healthy, and well-adjusted adult dog, the […]

The settlement of the class action requires time out of cells, common meals and leisure for those condemned to death

A settlement agreement was finalized this week in a class action lawsuit brought in 2017 by death row prisoners in Louisiana who accused of being held in solitary confinement – limited to one cell for 23 hours per day, without significant social interaction – for years or decades violated their constitutional and civil rights. The […]

Sarnia Humanitarian Society Resumes Fundraising Activities

Content of the article The Sarnia and District Humane Society hasn’t had much time to fundraise in the past 18 months. Content of the article “Because the demand on humanitarian society during the pandemic doubled and they just had no one,” said fund development manager Adelle Richards. Under-staffed and keen to meet a growing demand […]

Abused, abandoned dog dumped in Marshall County expected to make a full recovery

BOURBON, Ind. (WNDU) – A Marshall County dog ​​is taking action to recover after being abused and then left by the side of the road last week. Marshall County Humane Society Executive Director Nancy Cox believes Mango, a puppy just a few months old, was used as a bait dog to train fighting dogs. “He […]

East Greenwich man abandons his dogs to RISPCA following animal cruelty investigation

EAST PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – Several dogs removed from an East Greenwich home earlier this summer are now looking for a forever home. The RI Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RISPCA) rescued the dogs from the Downing Street house after utility workers reported two of them were left in the backyard without food […]

Apparently everyone needs H3RO3S – TechBullion

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail The blockchain connection platform H3RO3S has proven once and for all that its ecosystem of connections between real people in the gaming industry to win is the wave of the future. The proof is in the pudding, as they say, and the recent round of fundraising is […]

Tales of a Puppy Kindergarten Dorm Volunteer

In season two, episode two of the North Irish comedy “Derry Girls”, the character of Ms. De Brún is introduced. A spirited and passionate English teacher, she inspires her students to new creative heights through a healthy program of hitting objects with bats, cigarettes and wine parties. In one of her first scenes, Ms. De […]

Pet businesses tackle pandemic | Local News

CONWAY – The U.S. pet industry is estimated to have grown from $ 97.5 billion in 2019 to $ 99 billion in 2020, and the pandemic has obviously played a big role in more people adopting pets. That’s an astonishing growth of $ 1.5 billion in one year. It was a year in which pet […]

Animal shelters adapt to ‘the new normal’ | Local News

FRYEBURG, Maine – At the start of the pandemic, Harvest Hills Animal Shelter adopted a new way of adopting pets by requiring all prospective adopters to make an appointment. They always demand that, according to longtime executive director Joan McBurnie, as they’ve found when people make appointments they’re more likely to return home with a […]

What’s New This Weekend At Sooke – Sooke News Mirror

Looking for something fun to do in the Sooke area? We have what you need. FESTIVAL – The sixth annual Sooke Apple Festival is celebrated on Sunday, September 26 at Sunriver Community Gardens. The festival celebrates everything about apples, including apple sales, children’s activities, apple pressing, and the pie auction. Details: Send an email to […]

Tom Shelby’s Dog Charmer: Does My Pit Bull Really Need a Muzzle?

Dear Tom,My husband and I recently adopted a seven year old pit bull from our local shelter. He is a cheerful, sweet and friendly dog ​​who loves everyone and everyone he meets. Sadly, in one of his old homes, he and another dog escaped from the backyard and managed to seriously injure a neighbor’s pet […]

WAGNER TAILS: Léo and Ellis

CHIPPEWA AND BUFFALO COUNTIES, Wisconsin (WEAU) – Leo is smiling now, but before coming to the Chippewa Humane Association, Leo has spent his life chained with little to no socializing. Chippewa Humane staff say that while still unsure of the world, Leo shows significant improvement and even likes to attract attention. Leo would do better […]

Why nutrition is crucial for your dog’s behavior

Image by @ chiemsee2016 via Pixabay A Filipino veterinarian urged pet owners to feed their dogs a healthy, balanced diet, as this is crucial for their growth and development. Dr Saza Curaming, technical advisor of Mars Petcare Nutrition, said that with dog ownership comes greater responsibilities. “Whatever stage of life, a dog will need the […]

Jonas and Jeanette are available for adoption

(Posted on September 21, 2021) The following animals are among the pets for adoption at the Humane Society of Madison County. If you would like to adopt a pet, complete an online application at or call the shelter at (614) 879-8368. Jonah JonahJonas is a big, wacky darling who is now available for adoption. […]

Lac La Ronge Indian Band member opens pet store and dog training center in La Ronge

Residents of the three communities now have a store near them to buy treats for their pets and get help with training. Lac La Ronge Indian Band member Jayme Woodhouse-McKenzie, owner of Pawsitive Attitude Dog Training, hosted the opening of his new store in La Ronge on Friday and Saturday. Woodhouse-McKenzie said she received a […]

Ave Maria sets a new record with more than 450 new home sales

Ave Maria, an award-winning Southwest Florida master plan community, has taken an incredible milestone with over 450 new home sales for 2021 in the development of Barron Collier Companies. With a 55% increase in home sales over the same period in 2020, Ave Maria is on track for a record year. Ave Maria was recently […]

Copley woman mourns lost service dog Benny

Three months after Benny’s disappearance, Grace Kolich is still looking. Not for Benny – she now knows she’ll never find him. Now the search is to find answers to her service dog’s disappearance and what happened at the Stark County kennel where she took Benny in mid-May. All hope that she will find her beloved […]

Sweet Lost Pup from Rye, NH Needs Help Finding Her PAWrents

If you’ve ever seen a pet escape, you’re familiar with the horrible feeling that comes with it. It’s like a hole in the stomach combined with a heaviness in the heart. You cannot eat, sleep, function, until you find your furry baby unharmed. I will never forget when my cat Seymour came out of our […]

ECSU to find new puppy business after allegations surface

September 17, 2021 After learning of allegations against a New York City company that brought puppies to Eastern Connecticut State University for a puppy therapy program, university officials said they would no longer hire the ‘business. The allegations against the company,, were made by the Companion Animal Protection Society, which investigated the company in […]

Column: Chapel Hill’s Best Restaurants for Plant-Based Food

In college, food is as much a social event as it is a sustenance. When asked if I wanted to join friends on their midnight trip to Insomnia Cookies, I came for the camaraderie – not the cookies. As a vegan, I knew there was no option at Insomnia that matched my dietary restrictions. Or […]

Vanderburgh Humane provides update on abandoned dog Elberfeld

Thanks to the generosity of the Tri-State and the care of the VHS, things are on track for the dog, but she still has a long road to recovery. On Sunday, September 5, the Vanderburgh Humane Society shared the above photo of a dog they named Blue after the Blue Grass Fish and Wildlife Area […]

WagMore Dog Training provides learning for both pet and owner

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up to date with the latest coronavirus news across New York City We already know that Long Island is home to the best human schools in the country, but there is also a wide variety of excellent dog training schools and programs. Whether you have a new […]

Dog and puppies abandoned in Tacoma park restroom all return home

When an emaciated dog was found in a Point Defiance Park restroom stall last spring, strapped to a suitcase with its 11 newborn puppies crammed inside like rope wood, one of the first thoughts that crossed my mind, although I am not a Catholic, was from St Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. […]

Humane Society helps animals in need | Guide

Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society is located at 950 Hal Henard Road, Greeneville. The phone number is (423) 639-4771, hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 3 p.m. The Humane Society was founded in 1976 and operates as a No-Kill Shelter. Healthy, adoptable pets are never euthanized. It is a 501 (c) (3) organization […]

ted berry | Ted Berry 5K-9 Dog Walk / Run | Speak for the unspoken

A dog’s life should be simple: frolic, sniff, have family fun, and have fun. But some dogs are forced to live much more complicated lives. A local councilor and the community are working hard to unravel this strangulation. Over the past five years, Ward 1 Council member Ted Berry and the Speak for the Unspoken […]

Get a pet to boost your child’s immune system

Monica E. HamburgMD – PediatricsOrlando Health Most children share a deep love and bond with their pets. And these adorable furry friends do more than offer companionship, teach responsibility, and bring joy to your home – they can help boost children’s immune systems, too. Immune response: allergens, eczema, infectionsWhile you may be hesitant to let […]

Chat safe thanks to the kindness of strangers

Hi Winston! My name is Nosa and I am a five year old feline. I am a very gentle and calm woman, with a beautiful dark chocolate / brown color, which is very unique! Winston, I have an interesting story to tell! I was brought to the shelter as a stray. Guess this is not […]

How To Help Manage Animal Separation Anxiety Way of life

For over a year, working from home and keeping social circles restricted due to COVID-19 has allowed people to spend more time with their pets. However, as more Americans are vaccinated and restrictions loosen across the country, it is likely that many will spend less time at home with their pets. As a result, pet […]

Animal Lovers Behind ACANA® Pet Food Announce Collaboration With Jess Sims To Support Successful Animal Adoptions Through The Forever Project | State

AUBURN, Ky., August 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The pet lovers behind ACANA® pet food have announced a collaboration with acclaimed Peloton Instructor and an enthusiastic “dog mom”. Jess sims for his Forever Project, an initiative created to support pet parents and the launch of the new food, ACANA Rescue Care for Adopted Dogs. […]

Thane: Weak and Sick Purebred Dogs Rescued from Pet Boarding in Kalyan | Thane news

THANE: Following a denunciation by a concerned citizen and a complaint filed by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India, Thane Rural Police in Padgha and PETA India seized three weak and hungry female dogs – a Doberman Pinscher , a Rottweiler and a Boxer – from an illegal ‘pet’ boarding house in […]

KDUZ Custom Stone Interiors Pet Patrol

Each week, we’ll bring you some of the most adorable and adoptable pets available at our partner shelters in central and southern Minnesota. Join us live at 8:20 am on Friday mornings as we bring them to you live on the all new 1260 and 965, Classic Hits KDUZ, presented weekly by Custom Stone Interiors […]

Why is your dog barking at other dogs?

Dog barking on a leash outdoors Photoboyko / Getty Images Dogs, like people, vocalize what is going on in their head in response to their surroundings. Whether you and your dog meet another dog at the park, in the line at the pet store, or at the groomer’s office, it’s common for one or both […]

Orion hears residents’ ideas for a paddling pool, a dog park | Local News

WHAT WE KNOW: The village of Orion purchased four acres from Love Park in 2019, part of which it intends to use for expanded parking. WHAT’S NEW: Resident Jenny Eckhardt approached the board of directors on Monday saying towns that are smaller than Orion offer amenities such as wading pools and dog parks. She offered […]

Opening Ceremony of the 2021 Olympic Games live streaming at 4 p.m.

An opening ceremony for the very first Olympic Dog Games hosted by the NH Dog Walking Club is scheduled for Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. The event will help raise funds for the club’s charitable partnership program, which supports Mary’s Dogs, Hero Pups and Live and Let Live Farm. The games lineup includes physical and […]

Kopernik presents the GeoCatching family scavenger hunt game

In search of summer family fun, find out what’s happening at the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center. Pandemic mitigation is giving families a chance to get out of the house and participate in some fun family time, and the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center has created a scavenger hunt game called geo-catching. The game which […]

NH Dog Walking Club Hosts First Annual Dog Olympic Games

The NH Dog Walking Club – which brings dogs and their companions together for exercise, education and socialization in a positive, welcoming and fun environment – is hosting its first Doggy Olympics fundraiser from July 23 to 16 August, including the opening and closing ceremonies. . These Dog Olympics will give doggies of all shapes, […]

Suspicious activity temporarily closes Six Flag Hurricane port

Very unfortunate things have been happening across the country lately. Over the weekend, the Washington Nationals stadium was completely closed due to a shooting just outside the stadium. Now it is reported by Jersey Shore Online that Six Flags Hurrican Harbor in Jackson, New Jersey was forced to close due to suspicious activity. We learned […]

Family fun: Parade of Paws promises to be a great fundraiser

The 18th Annual Spokane Humane Society Paw Parade promises music, shopping and furry fun for all ages. All pledges and donations collected will provide homeless dogs and cats with vital resources for permanent homes. The 2-4 mile walk begins Saturday at 10 am at the Humane Society at 6607 N. Havana St. “The trail begins […]

Five historic little towns that welcome four-legged backpackers | Lifestyles

Big cities are fast-paced and fun, and their museums and historic sites are world famous. But if you’re looking to explore history in a more personal and slower way, there are countless small towns across the country ready to welcome you. And most small towns are warm, family-friendly, and pet-friendly, so your furkid will be […]

Summer shindig and wagging tail

GREENVILLE – Remember the iconic 2000s chorus Baha Men classic— “Who let the dogs out? “ The Darke County Animal Shelter will be doing just that – and more – in their upcoming summer shindig for everyone, on two and four legs, with smiley faces and waving tails. Get off at the Shelter, located at […]

Complaints about dogs on off-leash trails on the rise

“The more people in parks who use them, the more incidents we get complaints about,” said Colin Heyens, Acting Enforcement Supervisor for the City of Medicine Hat. “We’re just trying to focus this month and hopefully try to curb some of this negative behavior so that everyone can use and enjoy all of the parks […]

Dog training during COVID went to dogs

A lack of clear direction from the province during the pandemic as to whether dog training is or should have been an essential service will lead to greater difficulties with dogs, according to local trainers. The problem is compounded by the increase in the number of dog owners over the past year and a half. […]

Richmondite recounts the challenges of raising a ‘COVID puppy’

Lack of socialization with other dogs, people during pandemic made it difficult to breed a puppy, says Richmond woman For many, the pandemic seemed like the perfect time to add to their family – or so we thought. Dog adoptions have skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic – the BC SPCA reported last year that some […]

Farmington Animal Shelter in Need of Foster Homes as Kennel Population Rises – The Journal

The volunteer discusses the joy of work Stacie Voss, director of animal welfare at Farmington Animal Shelter, is keeping a puppy from a litter that will soon need a foster home on Thursday. (Jerry McBride / Durango Herald) FARMINGTON – With the Farmington Animal Shelter nearing capacity, animals that are too young or in need […]

Sebastian Is The Dog Gone The best dog you have ever seen

Allow us to introduce you this week Pet of the week of Vanderburgh Humanitarian Society.All these cute bunnies are for you to adopt! Fill out the adoption form on If you have a morning free during the week, come and do Mutt’s Morning Out! Or, on Saturday morning, Cardio for Canines! (It’s raining or […]

Opening of a dog agility park in SM City Tarlac

The MALLING experience is now more enjoyable not only for “hoomans”, but also for dogs, as SM City Tarlac has opened its indoor Paw Park, a pet obstacle course for dogs for their essential exercise in as part of supervised socialization. Located on the lower ground floor near the SM food court, the paw park […]