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Final Moments, Spent At Home

Category: Dog Life
Rosie was the “friendliest, goofiest” German Shepherd Lisa Walsh ever met in 17 years of running a dog walking business in San Francisco. The dog was already at least ten years old when Lisa formally adopted her from Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, a group dedicated to giving senior pups a second chance. The bond was instant, and intense.  more
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DIY Eat: Turkey & Sweet Potato Pie for Pups

Category: Nutrition
Cranberries, which contain vitamin C, manganese, and fiber, to help fight urinary tract infections. more
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Family Matters

Category: Dog Life
I was at a gathering of emeritus faculty members at my university, and a small group of us were standing around drinking coffee and nibbling on cookies while discussing matters that were neither political, philosophical nor earthshaking. At one point during the conversation one of my colleagues took the opportunity to pose a question. She said, "I'm going to visit my dog's breeder this weekend and my husband and I were debating whether Siegfried [her Labrador Retriever] will remember his mother, Ashley. more
New Animal-Only Crowding Site Funds Pet Projects

New Animal-Only Crowding Site Funds Pet Projects

Category: Inspire
A new crowdfunding site solely dedicated to animal welfare projects is harnessing the power of social media to bring much-needed cash to worthy animal projects. PetFundr.com, the first “animal-only” crowdfunding site, supports all species, from family pets to farm animals. The initiative was created by pet blogger Darcy Wintonyk, who wanted to create a space to easily bring together animal lovers with worthy animal causes that need a hand financially to succeed. more
15 Signs Your Dog is in Pain

15 Signs Your Dog is in Pain

Category: Health
After reading the excellent Dr. Petty’s Pain Relief for Dogs, by Dr. Mike Petty, a “pain vet” working with cutting-edge research to help relieve canine pain, there were standout parts we just had to share with you, namely: age should never be used as an excuse for an animal in pain; our pets feel as much or more pain than we do; and there is a treatment out there for every dog. more

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