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Dog training could be life-saving

July 21, 2013: ‘Untapped potential’ MAKAWAO – It’s no news that dogs have a keen sense of smell, but researchers on Maui are engaged in a cutting-edge medical scent detection study that involves training dogs to detect life-threatening infections. Assistance Dogs of Hawaii in Makawao has partnered with a number of other organizations in Hawaii […]

Dog found alive after shot over 30 times with pellet gun

July 21, 2013: LONGVIEW, TX A dog is undergoing major surgery after apparently being used as a target for someone’s pellet gun. “It’s heartbreaking; I don’t understand how anybody can do this,” said Valerie Mills with the Humane Society of Northeast Texas. More than 30 pellets were found lodged in the skin of an emaciated […]

Mouth-To-Snout Resuscitation To Save Dog’s Life

July 18, 2013: Steve Hunter, Australian Biker, Performs Mouth-To-Snout Resuscitation To Save Dog’s Life This biker just became our new hero. Last Monday, Steve Hunter saved a dog’s life — by giving him mouth-to-snout resuscitation. After Hunter witnessed Salty, a Fox Terrier-Jack Russell, get clipped by an oncoming car in Ballarat, Australia, he wasn’t sure […]

Couple Brought Together by Guide Dogs Falling in Love

July 13, 2013: He made the romantic gesture on Valentine’s Day – the same day ITV show Me And My Guide Dog were due to film the pair at the Shrewsbury training course. Mark, aged 52, of Long Meadow, Westbury Park, said: “During the training our two dogs, Rodd and Venice, seemed to know something […]

Traveling With Pets Overseas: A Guide to Some Quirky Rules

July 9, 2013: You’ll be relieved to hear that transporting your sled dog team to Europe just got a little easier. Previously, according to EU regulations, no one could take more than five animals across the borders of EU member countries. Now, if you can prove you are headed to a competition, exhibition, or recreational/sporting […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ontario sheriff’s office investigating Honeoye dog shooting

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for help in its investigation of a dog found shot in Honeoye. The Sheriff’s Office says Shasta, a white and tan colored female Siberian Husky, got loose from her Main Street home on June 20. When the dog returned home the next morning, it was bleeding […]

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Man diagnosed with terminal cancer reunited with lost Chihuahua

June 27, 2013: Diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year, John Simpson of Holiday, Fla. doesn’t have long to live. He wanted to see his Chihuahua Mr. Cutie one last time. Thanks to some Good Samaritans, his dying wish was granted. A Vietnam veteran dying of cancer has been hanging onto life for the past week […]