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  • Adoptable dog showcased at the Somerset Patriots Bark in the Park Night
    Adoptable dog showcased at the Somerset Patriots Bark in the Park Night
    The Somerset Patriots Bark in the Park Night is a great way to showcase adoptable pets. The foster parents of Hank Jr. took advantage and brought Hank Jr. out to meet and greet the attendees to the first Bark in the Park Night of the 2015 Somerset...
  • Pooch Parade kicks off Somerset Patriots Bark in the Park Night
    Pooch Parade kicks off Somerset Patriots Bark in the Park Night
    The Somerset Patriots offer dog owners a special treat each season. The event is called Bark in the Park Night, and it’s an opportunity for well-behaved canines to visit the ballpark, participate in a parade, and enjoy a game with their...
  • Review: Pet Adoption and Community Day at Manville-Hillsborough Elks Lodge
    Review: Pet Adoption and Community Day at Manville-Hillsborough Elks Lodge
    It was a beautiful day for the third annual pet adoption event that took place on May 3, 2015 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Manville-Hillsborough Elks #2119 located on Brooks Boulevard in Hillsborough.“I set up this event three years...
  • Nylabone announces regret for recall incident
    Nylabone announces regret for recall incident
    Another unfortunate incident of a pet product recall due to contamination with salmonella bacteria took place recently, this time announced by Nylabone of Neptune, N.J. The company has expressed their regret in the Company News section of their...
  • Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Ryan Lee, master at arms, and Petty Officer 1st Class Valdo, working dog, sleep on a hospital floor in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
    War heroes: Meet Valdo, heroic combat dog that saved soldiers from RPG blast
    Canines have fought alongside mankind for thousands of years. They were first employed in 2100 B.C. by the Hammurabi. These dogs fought, bled and died alongside the elite warriors of the Hammurabian Army. They've helped turn the tide of many...
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    A pack of coyotes are blamed for killing a sheriff's horse
    According to the Detroit Newsin a article dated January 26,coyotes had gotten bolder on her Oxford Township farm in the past year, said Kallie Meyers. On Sunday, she discovered how bold. A pack of the canines killed one of her female horses,...
  • Learn from your dog
    Learn from your dog
    I recently said goodbye to my best friend of 15 years. He was short, furry and had 4 legs. We often think of friends, and how much they mean to us, but our four legged friends are some of the most precious relationships that we’ll ever have...
  • Frostbite alert as temperatures plummet again
    Frostbite alert as temperatures plummet again
    Again tonight, January 13th, temperatures are supposed to drop down to 2 degrees Fahrenheit in and around Chicagoland. It is time to beware for the sake of your dogs! Frostbite can set in quickly and this can be dangerous for your best furry...
  • December ends with two pet food recalls
    December ends with two pet food recalls
    The year ended with yet two more pet food recalls due to possible salmonella contamination. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a press release dated Dec. 31, 2014 announcing that Jump Your Bones, Inc. of Boca Raton,...
  • Taking on the gruesome Korean dog meat industry
    Taking on the gruesome Korean dog meat industry
    For those in the United States who love dogs as pets and consider them members of their family, there is another part of the world who consider dogs as food. For South Koreans, dog meat is an industry. For Guardians of Rescue based in New York,...
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    A new natural supplement helps canine arthritis
    A promising development in the search for natural supplements to treat arthritis in people has been the finding of a natural supplement for this condition which works for dogs. The University of Montreal reported on Nov. 10, 2014 a new natural...
  • Dog breeds come and go
    Dog breeds come and go
    Many experts believe that cavemen domesticated dogs by drawing them in with extra pieces of food, gaining their trust and getting them to stay and keep them safe from predators or other cavemen. Other experts believe that the first case of...
  • Facts about Coyotes
    Facts about Coyotes
    The coyote appears often in the tales and traditions of Native Americans—usually as a very savvy and clever beast. Modern coyotes have displayed their cleverness by adapting to the changing American landscape. These members of the dog family...
  • Safeguard your pet and family against leptospirosis
    Safeguard your pet and family against leptospirosis
    Leptospirosis is bacterial infection that can be life threatening for both humans and pets. It can be found throughout most of the United States with the exception of desert areas because it is most prevalent in warm, wet, and humid climates.Why...
  • Prepare for July 4th travel with your dog
    Prepare for July 4th travel with your dog
    July 4th is a day for family and friends. Who qualifies more than your dog? But there are emergency situations that you should be prepared for with your canine that you may not otherwise consider.Things like bee stings, eating foreign objects,...
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