Well-being Archive

Fireworks and dogs don’t mix

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Fireworks phobia in dogs – Of our current pack of 13 canine rescues, I know at least half are afraid of thunder and gunfire. Probably as many are upset by fireworks. We live in a rural area, miles from any fireworks shows. However, the sounds of  fireworks carry and

Mutt-i-grees® – teaching kids to give, receive love via dogs

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Mutt-i-grees® – What? A nearby library was hosting a meeting about Mutt-i-grees® a program connecting the natural affinity children have for animals and to the unique and desirable characteristics of shelter dogs. Mutt-i-grees®? Never heard of it … I was curious. Anything to help shelter dogs find love and

Dogs Who Drive May Find Forever Homes – Really?

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 An accidental dog driver A woman in Washington state was shocked to find a Chihuahua behind the wheel of the car that rear-ended her at a stop light. The dog, Toby, was left in the car by his owner Jason Martinez for just a few minutes.