We humans love the Fourth of July with it's loud fireworks and bright lights. However, it is the most stressful and dangerous time of the year for pets.Shelters and rescues across the country report a 30-50% increase on July 5th, due to lost and runaway pets being brought into the facilities.Our Certified Veterinary Journalist, Tom…See More
Patty, I missed the show on how to register you dogs as service dogs, and I have been trying to do this (legitimately). Can you tell me any information or links or where I can maybe see that episode or something? I see several websites on registering them, but I don't know who is legit and who is not. Thanks.
We've adopted 3 retired Iditarod veterans via the August Fund from Northern Whites Kennel in Chugiak, Alaska. I first brought Pluto & Moon home with me last November. They are beautiful loving dogs that were both 12 yrs. old. They were veterans of numerous Iditarod runs. They instantly became very loved members of our family. Pluto passed away from an undetected splenic cancer in mid April. Needless to say we were devastated. As heartbroken as we were to lose Pluto, we decided to bring his brother Cosmos home. Cosmos arrived at the end of April & has been a pure joy & great companion for Miss Moon. I will send you more details about our retirees & I'll include some photos. I just wanted to give you a brief story of our "fur friends". If only these dogs could talk to us. They have run many miles in their lives & have seen things we can only imagine. It's an honor for us to give them a nice retirement & regardless how hard it is to lose them we are the bridge over the rainbow for them & we enjoy every day we share with them.
Nice finish to June, with the third consecutive day of below normal temperatures. There were three other consecutive days like that early in the month, but most of the month has been warm…the warmest compared to normal since our blistering […]