Little Boy Blue: A Puppy’s Rescue from Death Row and His Owner’s Journey for Truth

Little Boy Blue: A Puppy’s Rescue from Death Row and His Owner’s Journey for Truth

When journalist Kim Kavin decided that she wanted a puppy, she did what millions of people do every year: clicked on an online photo and submitted an application. She had no idea that the adorable brindle–advertised as healthy and near her home in New Jersey–was actually a last-minute rescue from a gas-chamber shelter in North Carolina. Blue had arrived in the Northeast with at least a dozen other dogs in an RV that is just one among countless transports whose sponsors are dedicating their eff

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Cattle Dog x Kelpie Puppy available for adoption from Dog Rescue Newcastle

Cody is a cattle dog/kelpie mix puppy available for adoption from Dog Rescue Newcastle. Cody and his brother were born on approximately 3 December 2012. For more information please read this dog’s full profile on the website (Australia)
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More dogs available for adoption from Dog Rescue Newcastle Brandy is 6 months old, friendly, housetrained, clever, submissive and highly trainable. For more info Brandy or our other rescued pets available for adoption, visit our website or ring Sue on 0415-367-144 or 02-4954-2234. Dog Rescue Newcastle http is a not-for-profit, volunteer organisation. Our adoption fee covers the dog’s desexing, vaccinations, flea and worm treatments, microchipping, and lifetime registration.
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How do I keep my dogs from digging up my flowers?

Question by tomASS: How do I keep my dogs from digging up my flowers?
My dogs seem to like to dig up and eat my flower bulbs. I was wondering if there is any kinds of flowers that they wouldn’t like to eat? My mother told me daffodils are one type that they wouldn’t like and I think marigolds but I would like perennials. I would like to keep them out without using the “liquid fence” type deterrent. THANKS!

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Answer by GulfGirl
I think Invisible Fence is the best answer…you can buy less expensive versions at Big Box hardware stores. The brand made in Knoxville, TN has especially good customer service.

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My dog has a red bald spot on his back from fleas?

Question by ????: My dog has a red bald spot on his back from fleas?
I noticed my dog was scratching alot and he was,mianing like,in pain.,i noticed a red spot on his back and I want to know how to treat it because we cant take him to the vet right because there isnt time to.,please help

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You’ll get good answers from the Experts and members from this site.

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Question by me: What training method can I use to train my dog to stop jumping or digging out from under my fence?
My young retriever/shephard mix dog just started this behavior and I want to break her of this behavior.

I have a 1 acre lot and can’t block every breach that she discovers.

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Answer by lakequeen25
You can buy a spray “no dig” or sprinkle chilllie powder in the places he/she digs. to stop the dog from digging out install anelectric fence around your acutal fence. they can be purchased at any hardware store.

make sure to read the instructions very well first.

you can put the wire on the bottom and the fence and the top.

Give your answer to this question below! – More great tips for raising a happy and healthy puppy! Adopting a Dog from a Shelter: Puppy Rescue Myths and Facts Thinking about growing your family with a new dog or puppy? A shelter dog might be the perfect choice! Caitlin Lewis from the Humane Society of Greater Dayton demystifies the process of animal adoption, and guides you through the necessary steps needed to find the dog or puppy that’s right for your family and lifestyle.
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Canine Calm from Earth Heart Inc. Arrives for Review! ~ dayspetreviews

We received Canine Calm from Earth Heart Inc. here at dayspetreviews. They make different holistic sprays to help with common anxiety and fear issues that your dog may be experiencing. Scarlett is quite jittery and fearful of many different things so I figured that Canine Calm would be our best option. They also make a spray, Guard Well, that helps with skin issues which Scarlett has plenty of. I am probably going to purchase that. I love anything natural and holistic for my babies so I am a huge fan of the products! This video shows me explaining the different products that Earth Heart offers, as well as explaining how to use the product. Stay tuned to check out our full review of Canine Calm. Until then, check out the Earth Heart website to see the different products that they offer! Our Website: Check us out on Facebook: Earth Heart Website: Earth Heart Facebook Page: Disclaimer: Vicki from Earth Heart was very kind and sent me this product for review purposes. I am not being paid for this review. All opinions are my own and 100% honest as always. Dr. Caldwell answers dog health questions from the Pets Best Insurance Facebook page. In this video, she talks about a dog who loves to eat eggs and another who won’t stop chewing his dewclaws.

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