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Rescue Story From Canada!

By | January 26th, 2020|Categories: Advocacy|

Pit bull rescued from Ontario dogfighting ring now works in arson detection Alaa ElassarCNNPublished Monday, January 20, 2020 3:28PM EST Hansel, a pit bull rescued from a dog fighting ring in Ontario, is believed to be the first arson-detection K9 officer of his breed in the U.S. (CNN) 18K ReA New Jersey fire department's pit bull just became the first of its breed to become an arson detection K9 officer. Hansel, a 4-year-old pup known for his cheerful energy and constant kisses, graduated from training on Friday, officially becoming a member of the Millville Fire Department. "He's extremely excited," Tyler Van Leer, a Millville firefighter and Hansel's handler, told CNN. "Whenever I ask him, 'Are you ready to go to work?' and bring out the harness, he starts doing laps around the crate." Related Stories Hero pit bull dies protecting family from venomous snake War veteran saves girl from a dog attack with a Christmas lawn ornament Search for driver after puppy thrown out of SUV Hansel was rescued from a dogfighting ring in Ontario when he was only 7 weeks old. A global campaign called #Savethe21 was created to fight against the euthanization of the 21 dog fighters, including [...]

Death of a pet article. Good share, good read.

By | January 26th, 2020|Categories: General|

Why losing a dog can be harder than losing a relative or friend March 9, 2017 11.19pm EST Author Frank T. McAndrew Cornelia H. Dudley Professor of Psychology, Knox College Disclosure statement Frank T. McAndrew does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Partners View all partners Languages Español English We believe in the free flow of information Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under a Creative Commons license. Republish this article Email Twitter1.2k Facebook697.3k LinkedIn Print Recently, my wife and I went through one of the more excruciating experiences of our lives – the euthanasia of our beloved dog, Murphy. I remember making eye contact with Murphy moments before she took her last breath – she flashed me a look that was an endearing blend of confusion and the reassurance that everyone was ok because we were both by her side. When people who have never had a dog see their dog-owning friends mourn the loss of a pet, they probably think it’s all a bit of an overreaction; after all, it’s “just [...]

Winter Dog Tip

By | January 26th, 2020|Categories: Pet Advice, Pet Safety Tips|

LIFESTYLE WITH DOG Practical Pampering Tips for Your Pooch This Winter The winter months come hand in hand with cold, wet weather and lots of mud, which is likely to affect your dog’s skin and coat – therefore, it’s important that you adjust your pooch’s pampering routine accordingly. That’s why in today’s post, the experts at Jaquar are discussing some practical pampering tips for your canine companion this winter. From ways to make bathtime a little more luxurious to creating your own healthy homemade treats and enjoying some one-on-one playtime, we’ve got you covered when it comes to pampering your pooch during the season’s cold chill. Bath time It’s to be expected that during winter, your furry friend is likely to get a little messier on walks than usual. Whether that’s because they decided to jump in a creek or roll around in some form of mud – your pet isn’t going to be looking their best upon their return home. This slippery coating is likely to leave your dog sliding around the tub – so, to protect against this, invest in some non-slip bath stickers inside the bath to make bath time a little easier and more enjoyable for [...]

Uplifting

By | January 26th, 2020|Categories: Advocacy|

Ohio Judge Is Fed Up With Animal Abusers, So He Punishes Them With A Taste Of Their Own Medicine By Evolve | Sep 23, 2019 facebook Toggle navigation Judge Michael Cicconetti had grown up having a deep love for Herman, his mixed-breed Dachshund dog. He’d loved the dog very dearly, and upon Herman’s passing, he developed a strong affection for animals. Currently the proud owner of Kasey, an adorable Bernese mountain dog a dying had given to him as a Farwell gift, Judge Cicconetti has had it up to neck and chins with people who can’t muster any love for their own pets. Judge Mike, as he is fondly called, has garnered quite the reputation as the Painesville, Ohio Judge who has creative sentences for first-timers in minor offenses. Traffic violations and other misdemeanors which people are most likely to repeat nonchalantly. If the judge believes the sentences and sanctions are probably too cliché, he’ll come up with the most unusual sentences to teach these offenders some worthwhile lessons, while still remaining within the limits of the law. One night in jail is not enough …so says the judge. Apparently, the judge agrees with the fact that Ohio laws aren’t [...]

A very special dog with a very special story!

By | January 26th, 2020|Categories: General|

A terminally ill rescue dog became a police K-9 for a day (CNN)Police in Pasco, Washington, turned a rescue pup with an inoperable tumor into a dashing police K-9. The dog, Eddie, was abandoned and spent almost a month wandering in nearby Benton City before he was rescued. Carin Brown, the Benton County animal control officer who caught Eddie, told CNN sister network HLN they had initially received a call about him in October 2019, but they were unable to capture the pooch. They finally caught him in late November. "We thought he had been hit by a car," she said Wednesday. "We rushed him to the vet and we discovered that he, unfortunately, had cancer." Authorities then reached out to their rescue partners, Mikey's Chance canine rescue, and Brown's friend, Kristi Kesler, agreed to become Eddie's foster mom for life. The inoperable tumor caused Eddie to be blind in one eye, and he was given six to 12 months to live. "He's just the best dog, so friendly, so well-behaved, he knows all of his commands, he's just the sweetest thing," Brown said. "He deserves six months to a year of all the love and happiness that we can [...]

Governor Kasich Scheduled to Sign Goddard’s Law

By | June 10th, 2016|Categories: Advocacy, Cleveland News|

COLUMBUS - Goddard's Law was passed by the Ohio House and Senate last month and is one step away from becoming official. Governor John Kasich is expected to sign the bill into law on Monday, June 13th in Columbus. Goddard's Law, or House Bill 60, makes it a felony to knowingly cause serious physical harm to a companion animal. Named for Cleveland Fox 8's Dick Goddard and his effort to protect pets, the bill was sponsored by Democrat Bill Patmon and Republican David Hall and championed by Amy Beichler, Executive Director of The Public Animal Welfare Society (pictured with Governor John Kasich and State Representative Bill Patmon)

Tips for dogs and deer in springtime

By | June 4th, 2016|Categories: General, Pet Advice, Pet Safety Tips|Tags: , , , |

In springtime mother deer can be protective and territorial. If you approach with off leash dogs, your dogs may get a surprise charge or kick, and you may end up with a big vet bill. To avoid mishaps, stay clear of deer when they may be protecting their young and leave unattended fawns alone.   Deer attacks dog in graphic scene caught on video www.digitaljournal.com/article/294272 Deer attacks dog in graphic ... while defending their two dogs from an irate deer. The dogs were ... and you're the one at risk of serious injury or ... If your dog is not trained well on the recall command ( come, leave it) or you do not have proper/secure containment, canines are well known for chasing deer for miles and becoming lost. Train your dog consistently on the recall command.  Make sure to practice this training technique in different environments and with distractions.  Use a long soft cloth leash when doing your initial training so should your canine companion bolt you have a better chance of stepping on or having the leash get caught up on debris.    Remember to always use one word commands,  great treats and lots of positive praise for  immediate results.  Never [...]