Posts Tagged “dog”

Animal Dermatology Clinic Portland Poised to Expand Operation at New State-of-the-Art Clinic

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Animal Dermatology Clinic Portland Poised to Expand Operation at New State-of-the-Art Clinic

PORTLAND, Ore., April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Animal Dermatology Clinic (ADC) Portland is pleased to announce the expansion of a new state-of-the-art dermatology specialty practice in Portland, OR. The 3,200 square foot facility will be home to five spacious exam rooms, designated cat and dog only spaces, and a special procedures room to perform biopsies,…

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Which Feeding Routine is Ideal for My Dog?

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Which Feeding Routine is Ideal for My Dog?

by Brenda Leary   Similar to feeding children, finding the right food for your dog is essential in fostering health and proper development. While many tips on how to choose the best feeding method for a dog abound, the choice depends on what works for your pet. This article discusses the two primary methods of…

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How To Succeed At Housetraining a Dog Where Others Have Failed

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How To Succeed At Housetraining a Dog Where Others Have Failed

by Healey Lockett   House training, or house manners are critically important. Soiling the house is the number one reason people surrender pets to shelters. No one wants a dog that constantly makes a mess in the house.   If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard a dog owner say:  “He’s doing it…

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What You Should Know About Hiking With Dogs

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What You Should Know About Hiking With Dogs

“When you’re prepared, you’re more confident. When you have a strategy,             you’re more comfortable.” ~ Fred Couples     by Chris Shafer   There is nothing I enjoy more than going on a hike with my dog. I’ve been hiking with dogs for years, many years. You know how it is fun to share…

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Dog Torturer in Eugene Sentenced to Probation

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Dog Torturer in Eugene Sentenced to Probation

  20 year old Benjamin Leo Kilber was found guilty of first degree attempted aggravated animal abuse, which is a misdemeanor.   Kilber was originally charged with felony abuse, but bthe state agreed to lower the charge after hearing evidence Kilber has a developmental disability- Asperger’s syndrome, an autism-related developmental disorder. Kilber was arrested in January…

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Isis the Stolen Dog is Reunited With Owner

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Isis the Stolen Dog is Reunited With Owner

  Landlord Rose Mary Skoda-Kempton, also known as Brooke Kempton in a dispute with her tenant Kate Taylor, kidnapped Taylor’s dog Isis and refused to tell authorities where the dog was even after being arrested. She was booked on charges of third-degree robbery and first-degree theft at Marion County jail and later released, but she did not…

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Book Review: How to Behave at a Dog Show

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Book Review: How to Behave at a Dog Show

Title: How to Behave at a Dog Show Author: Madelyn Rosenberg Genre: Juvenile Fiction Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books Release Date: September 15, 2015 Pages: 32 Is Rexie cut out to be Best in Show? Probably not. Does Julia enter him in the Happy Tails Best of Breed Dog Show anyway? She sure does. This companion…

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Are you Unintentionally Creating Anxiety in Your Dog?

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Are you Unintentionally Creating Anxiety in Your Dog?

by Peggy Swager Does your dog whine a lot? Does he or she chew excessively, even though the puppy years are over? Your dog may be suffering from anxiety. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, worry, or unease. It often is a result of stress gone awry. Unfortunately, as dog owners, we can unintentionally become…

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Book review: Faithfully Yours

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Book review: Faithfully Yours

Title: Faithfully Yours Author: Peggy Frezon Genre: Pets Release Date: October 1, 2015 Pages: 176 Beautiful storytelling, an eye for detail, humor, and a love for creation inform this sensitive work. Peggy Frezon, well-known in the U.S. from her writings for Guideposts magazine, has written a most inspiring book. Greetings at the Front Door explains…

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Book Review- Dogs on Cape Cod

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Book Review- Dogs on Cape Cod

Title: Dogs on Cape Cod Author: Kim Roderiques Genre: Pets Release Date: June 3, 2015 Pages: 240 Irresistible photographs by one of the Cape’s well-known locals, for those who love dogs and love Cape Cod, wherever you are now! DOGS ON CAPE COD will bring back the blissful feeling of those long walks on the…

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