A California Veterinarian Helps Homeless With Their Pets

Free Pet Care In 2007, a veterinary doctor named Kwane Stewart set up philanthropic work to help families with animals during the recession. Since that year, Doctor Stewart has selflessly cared for hundreds of pets in need. Thriving Practice Doctor Kwane Stewart had a thriving veterinary practice in Modesto, California. When the recession hit, Modesto was one area of California that was hit especially hard. The city’s residents suffered enormous job and home loss. The residents of […]

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A Woman Creates Artistic Photos By Using The Fur Of Her Rescue Dog

Artistic Photos of a rescued dog Taking artistic photos was the farthest thing from this lady’s mind. When she saw this mistreated mange dog. It is not often that you can read of a dog that was neglected and mistreated inspiring someone. And this one did not at first. There was just a desire to help the poor dog. The Power of Caring The power of a caring and loving home can transform mistrustful and neglected animals. […]

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Tools Of The Trade

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Tools Of The Trade One of the tools of the trade knowledge and perseverance. A dog will respond to training if the person training it has the knowledge and perseverance to make it happen. This kind of perseverance can be hard to come by, and it can be difficult to be patient. There is a lot of training that can be done simply by what nature has furnished. You can use your voice and your hands. However, […]

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Brave Dog Rides A Roller Coaster

Brave Dog or cowardly Brave dogs are more common, but some dogs are cowardly. So cowardly that they would probably be the first to hide from an intruder. They would rather feign sleep than confront a house burglar. Other dogs are quite brave. They can be relied on when it comes to safeguarding a house or any kind of property. These dogs know how to bark, and they do it well and loud. If you’re planning to […]

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A Well-Behaved Dog – Should Be A Happy Dog

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Well-behaved dog There is the tendency to believe that a well-behaved dog like a human has a political response to most things. Some believe that criminals are produced by an unhappy home life and poor upbringing. Comfort and discomfort are major influence’s that affect a persons development. You may be of that opinion or you may believe that some people are “just bad”. Dogs may be nicer and better behaved by nature. But, by the same token, […]

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Adventurous Dachshund Hops On A Bus To Go On A Trip To The Seaside

Adventurous Dachshund About a month ago, a mischievous four-year-old mutt named Frank suddenly vanished from their home in Colchester, Essex. Because of that, his devoted owner named Michelle Ballard, went into panic mode. Thankfully, a Good Samaritan spotted Frank chilling at the bus that was bound to the seaside and helped him reunite with his owner. As it turns out, Frank strolled down a road near their home. Then, he spotted a bus and hopped into it […]

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Aggressive Dog Training – Don’t

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Aggressive Dog Training There is no need Aggressive dog training is not necessary. Dogs follow their instincts in their relationship with humans. They learn very quickly and only need a little coaching to get them to do what you want. Professional dog trainers have written thousands of articles and books about how to train you dog to do almost anything. I have never found one that promotes aggressive canine training and with good reason. It produces the […]

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Spoiling Your Dog – How Far Is Too Far?

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Spoiling Your Dog Most pet owners will confess, if asked, to the fact that they do spoil their dogs. Spoiling your dog comes in many forms, it may be treats, feeding or even cuddles. There is certainly no shame in this admission. In fact, most of us would agree that it gets right to the heart of the matter. Spoiling your pets is half the reason for having them in the first place. Of course, this refers […]

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Washington Redskins Blanket And A Dog On The Battle Field

Washington Redskins Blanket It is unusual to see a Washington Redskins blanket in a war zone. As I was studying my pictures of military service dogs I came across this one. Soldiers learn to sleep whenever they get a chance. You never know when you will get to sleep again. So when you can you find a safe place and you try to rest for the next event. Seeing soldiers sleeping in weird places and positions is […]

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10 Most Common Senior Dog Health Problems

When Does My Dog Become A Senior? That would be around 7-8 years of age. However, not all dogs are the same. Larger breeds, especially very large dogs (Great Danes, etc.), tend to age faster than small dogs. The short answer would be; large dogs become seniors at 7-8 years of age, while smaller dogs at 8-9 years of age. Of course, they are also other factors that will determine the dog’s health and vitality. Sufficient exercise, […]

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