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Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2015’

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Is it Time to Add a Second Dog?

Is Adding A Second Dog Right For You? You and your dog are settled in, you know what to expect and you’re enjoying the awesome relationship you have.  Puppyhood is over. You are finally done potty training and chew training, and all the extra work that comes with a young puppy.  Now is when many people start to think that …

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Donald Trump (Foster) ADOPTED

Donald Trump has made a visit to our adoption center!! Donald is an American Cocker Spaniel who is around 38lbs and 11 years old. Donald came to our adoption center from a local over-crowded facility and he’s come here in hopes of having a better chance of finding his forever home! Donald would love to move into a forever home …

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Bertha (Foster) ADOPTED

Meet our sweet girl Bertha! Bertha is a 7 year old, 9 pound Yorkie Brussels Griffon blend and just wants a home to call her very own! She is very dog friendly and 99% housebroken! Bertha would do best in a quieter home where she can get accustomed to her new surroundings. She is a very social gal and would …

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Runaway Pooches

What To Do When Your Dog Goes Missing Lately, social media has been up in arms posting every missing and lost dog, helping families reunite with their furry loved ones. It’s an amazing use of a huge network of individuals dealing with the sad reality that many dogs go missing every year.  Almost every dog owner can recount a moment when …

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April Newsletter

Introducing, “The Pooch Press,” the first of what will be a monthly newsletter that keeps you up-to-date with the latest changes, promotions or just some fun facts and tips! Our hope is to keep you informed as well as give you an opportunity to learn a little more about our Pooch family!

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Tail Wags

Tail Wagging Dogs wag their tails when they are happy. right?  Most people approach tail wagging dogs expecting a joyful greeting and see a dog’s tail as an indicator of mood: wagging tails are happy tails and low tucked tails are scared tails.  Right?  Actually, it’s not quite so simple.  New research is constantly delving into canine body language and …

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