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Yorkshire Terrier Weight Chart and Growth Chart

The Yorkshire Terrier Weight Chart will help estimate the growth of your Yorki puppy How to use this Yorkshire Terrier Chart: The left-had column of the table gives the age of the puppy in weeks. To determine it’s expected weight when fully grown, weigh the puppy in ounces, look along the line of figure against […]

Keeping tabs on your dogs health

July 2, 2013: Every animal lover would unquestionably extend the healthy years of their pet’s life if given the opportunity to do so. With the pet care and supply industry now well over a billion dollars people are constantly seeking new ways to improve their pet’s quality of life. Not only are there more services […]

Fight about dog leads to stabbing arrest

A man was stabbed when he confronted another male making comments about his canines. The two males, who don’t know each other, were by a creek near Allen’s Side Road at about 10 p.m. on Monday. One “started yelling” at the others dogs, said Staff Sgt. Jane Martynuck of Sault Ste. Marie Police Service. The […]

Newark Mayor Rescues Another Dog

July 2, 2013: Cory Booker, mayor of Newark, New Jersey, has come to the rescue of yet another dog in need. When he was tweeted about a dog locked in a small crate on Thursday the mayor didn’t hesitate to go investigate the situation himself and called for help. This isn’t Booker’s first time helping […]

Woman runs into burning home to save dog

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. — A St. Cloud woman is recovering Monday after she tried to rescue her dog from a house fire. Fire crews said the woman, who lives in this home on Robinson Court, received second-degree burns from the fire. Crews said she rushed inside to save her dog from the flames, and then […]

The Brilliance of the Dog Mind

New science reveals the multiple intelligences of mankind’s best friend Just about every dog owner is convinced their dog is a genius. For a long time, scientists did not take their pronouncements particularly seriously, but new research suggests that canines are indeed quite bright, and in some ways unique. Brian Hare, an associate professor in […]