They told me the big black Lab’s name was Reggie as I looked at him lyingin his pen, the shelter was clean, no-kill, and the people really friendly. I’d only been in the area for six months, but everywhere I went in thesmall college town, people were welcoming and open. Everyone waves whenyou pass them on the street. But something was still missing as
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Morningside Animal Hospital and Dr. Porter have been wonderful to our foster dogs.We often have dogs that enter our program with injuries such as road accidents.We can not begin to express our appreciation for the help we have received.Can’t wait for the new clinic to open, and so glad we have the option of anotherEmergency clinic.
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Dog lost for nine years, reappears thanks to the microchip!!! A dog that vanished from an Australian family’s house nine years ago has been found alive and well, 1200 miles from home.
Humane society backs Trevor the dog in fight for life before Yukon Supreme Court Thu Jul 30, 1:33 PM By The Canadian Press WHITEHORSE, Yukon – The Yukon Supreme Court is to hear its first capital case in living memory when a judge decides the fate of a dog. The two-year old German-shepherd-Rottweiler cross named Trevor was rescued from a home last January where
What a week so far 5 adoptions and more to come.Even our long term dogs have been getting interest.So far Storm, all 3 pups, Molly are being adopted.Hanna out on a visit.Skyler, Layla, and Abby have interest. Its awesome!!
Celebrity Chef Hosts Dog Wedding For CharityFriday June 26, 2009CityNews.ca Staff I now pronounce you dog and wife!? “… you may now sniff the bride,” isn’t exactly a phrase you hear every day. But Friday it followed the nuptials of Josephine and Napoleon, the Chihuahuas of celebrity chef Ken Kostick. The pair met four years ago and it didn’t take long for the two