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Ask Dog Lady—Spring 2015

Ask Dog Lady—Spring 2015

Category: Dog Life
Dear Dog Lady, I have a Maltese/Pomeranian mix. I brought her home at five-weeks-old and had her in a playpen. She weighed one and one-third pounds. I took her out every 15 minutes when I brought her home and I kept increasing the time. She learned to ring the bell to go out from the cat who does this to go out. The problem is the dog does not always go out. She has ruined my white carpet by choosing on occasion to go in the house. She is now four years old and I am ready to give her away if she does not stop soiling indoors. Help.—Shirley, Peoria, IL more
Dog Shelters Clear Kennels

Dog Shelters Clear Kennels For First Time Ever

Category: Inspire
More stray dogs are getting a second chance at a forever home as animal shelters across the U.S. and Canada see more people applying to adopt and foster pets amid COVID-19 restrictions. In Florida, the Palm Beach County Animal Care & Control has just recently seen one of its three kennels empty—for the first time ever. more
How to Make Unadoptable Dogs Adoptable

How to Make Unadoptable Dogs Adoptable

Category: Inspire
Maui-based dog lover Michelle Steigmeyer was a frequent volunteer and foster for her local shelter when she noticed a troubling recurring trend: dogs would get adopted but then just as quickly be returned to the shelter because of misbehaviour in their new homes. Michelle knew that if she could take these revolving-door “unadoptable” dogs and address their behaviour issues through training, she could greatly reduce the number of dogs being returned to the shelter. So she set about making it happen! more
Ticks on dogs

Ticks on Dogs Even in the Fall!

Category: Health
Are you worried about ticks on dogs? Do you live in an area with ticks? You are not out of the woods just yet. Most of us think of summertime as peak tick season, but ticks fall can be just as bad and your dog is at risk. more
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Ease Your Dog’s Anxiety

Category: Health
Storms, travel, vet visits, separation… Veterinarian-recommended Rescue Remedy Pet is an all-natural way to treat pet anxiety, fear, and behaviour issues. It contains a blend of five of the 38 Bach Original Flower Remedies, as developed by Dr. Edward Bach, that help your dog cope with different emotional aspects of stressful situations: more

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