Dog Health

Rescue dogs shot by NSW council due to COVID-19 restrictions

Several confiscated dogs about to be rescued from an animal shelter were instead shot dead by a rural council in NSW following its interpretation of the COVID-19 restrictions, alarming animal rights activists and prompting a state investigation. The northwestern state’s Bourke Shire Council killed the dogs to prevent volunteers from …

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Botulism in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

(Image credit: THEPALMER / Getty Images) Canine botulism is a condition that occurs when a dog ingests a toxin called botulinum, which is produced by a bacterium called. is formed Clostridium botulinum. Eating raw or contaminated meat or a dead animal is often the cause of this disease. When a …

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Dog Days at Durango Restaurants – The Durango Herald

11th Street Station, while loving your dog, won’t let him in the seating area. (Action line) Action line Dear Action Line: Why are dogs not allowed in most outdoor seating areas of restaurants / bars in Durango? Most mining towns allow dogs outside and welcome them (and their responsible owners) …

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Emory & Henry get therapy dog ​​| Life

EMORY, Virginia – Emory & Henry College recently welcomed its newest addition: Gus, the therapy dog. The 5 year old black Labrador Retriever will give emotional support to the Powell Research Center students on campus. What did Gus do before? Gus previously worked as a service dog for a person …

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Military working dog united with dog handler | Hometown focus

American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, united Military Working Dog Chickel, a 9-year-old German Shepherd, with Staff Sergeant Kyle Johnson, an active U.S. Air Force dog handler who is based at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in. is stationed in Goldsboro, North Carolina. “American Humane is committed to …

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When it gets hot, take extra caution when hiking

With the recent rescue of two hikers from trails near Lake Poway, now is a good time to learn how to hike safely in the summer heat. Rodney Ortiz, chief of the Poway Fire Battalion, said the fire department was looking to rescue hikers as the weather warmed, including the …

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Shaheen Bhatt: From cats, dogs and Instagram

If you scroll endlessly through cute videos of the man’s furry friends on social media, it might not be as good as it sounds From Shaheen Bhatt PUBLISHED JULY 18, 2021 9:39 AM Sweet addiction? I’m addicted to cat and dog videos. Even though I try to keep it down …

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Therapy dog ​​joins the Bellevue police force

BELLEVUE, Neb. (KMTV) – The Bellevue Police Department has a new “paw-fucker” in training. His name is Mo, a two month old Goldendoodle and a future certified therapy dog. “He will have many important roles here,” said his supervisor, Officer Ashley Meyers. Meyers named him after her friend and former …

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Allysa Seely travels to Tokyo despite headwinds

Paralympian Allysa Seely poses with her bike. She won gold at the Paralympics in Rio in 2016 and trains in Colorado. Photo courtesy of Allysa Seely. Try climbing a steep hill on your bike if a storm is coming your way. Sometimes you pedal and pedal but feel like you’re …

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Cyclists flown out after an accident with a dog

FRUITDALE – A 61-year-old Brown County man was flown to hospital over the July 4th holiday weekend after being chased by a dog on Hurdle Road and crashing his bike. Police and rescue workers were dispatched to Block 800 on Hurdle Road shortly after 9:30 a.m. on July 3. The …

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Keep your dog safe in the summer

The warm, sunny summer months seem like the ideal time for you to be out with your dog. But hot weather can be uncomfortable for dogs and even dangerous to their health. To protect your dog in summer, do the following: Train safely. If it’s hot for you, it’s even …

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Penniless dog finds loving family

Rescue Officer Krista had been called to a house in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. Lying motionless on a cold, tiled porch, Ruby (formerly known as Rosie) knocked on the heavenly door. The American staffy suffered from a large mass of inflamed tissue protruding from her vulva known as prolapse. …

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Pet owners love the Feeko dog chew toy from Amazon

Products in this story are independently selected and editorially presented. If you make a purchase through these links, we may receive a commission. Most dogs will agree that play time is arguably the most important time of the day. But if your pup is an aggressive chewer, finding a toy …

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Expert tips for traveling with dogs

Leonardo the Corgi wears a shark fin life jacket while playing in the Thunder Bay Wave Pool during Bow Wow Beach Doggie Day at Water World on September 7, 2019 in Federal Heights, Colorado. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo / Getty Images) Alabama High School Animal Mascot: What’s Out There? by …

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Carmel In Brief – June 29, 2020 • Latest Release

Military tribute at the parade para – Former and current service members are encouraged to attend the Centier Bank CarmelFest Parade on July 5th as part of the grand finale of military tributes. Family members of military personnel are also welcome to attend, including those who currently have someone on …

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Take your dog to work on Friday June 25th

Thursday, June 24, 2021 4:00 a.m. We all know that allowing pets in the office creates an overall better place to work. During the pandemic, many people worked from home and experienced firsthand the benefits of working with their pets – including reducing stress and improving overall health and wellbeing. …

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Egypt: 11 hospitalized after being mistreated by a single dog

Dubai: According to reports, a crazy dog ​​mistreated 11 people in Egypt and took them to hospital for treatment, local media reported. According to Qena Police, the dog attacked several residents of Al Kalh village, injuring 11 people. Several ambulances rushed to the scene of the accident to take the …

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Summer, an emotional support dog, will die and their owner (a college student) will be lost if CarProperty.com cannot help them get the continued lifelong support needed to keep them alive – You can help

EUGENE, OR, June 18, 2021 / 24-7PressRelease / – A few days ago, Christina Cross, a law student at the University of Oregon and owner of Summer, realized Summer’s lethargic attitude and unwillingness to eat or drink lately in a medical emergency. She had to drive them about 40 miles …

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