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  • Treating Shelter Dogs This Season with #AlpoDogBiscuit

    from Dogtipper.com's Dog News

    Sunday December 21st, 2014 at 10:46 AM

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    I was afforded this opportunity because I am part of the BlogPaws Professional Blogger Network. The Alpo dog biscuits were provided by Nestle Purina. DogTipper only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. The opinions in this post are my own.

    Are you looking for an inexpensive donation to your local shelter this holiday season? Its easy to play Santa with the new Alpo Wholesome Biscuits, available at your local grocery store. This economical treat is available in three sizes:...

  • Mes Arrived!

    from Penelope The Cat From Hell

    Sunday December 21st, 2014 at 10:11 AM

    First, Happy Solstice!

    This is from Jaine Rose.

    Mommy LOVES her work and would buys ALL of it if she could.

    Next Here is a selfie of mes in my favorite spot when traveling, sitting on Mommys lap

    And here is a picture of mes yelling at cars at the Stoplight

    And here is our route

    Click to view slideshow.

    We arrived in one piece

    Oh Yes! This is part of the Selfie Sunday Blog Hop!!!

    Every Sunday The Cat on My Head has Selfie Sunday!

    First Yous can click here to joins the bloghop and sees all the other...

  • $1 Books for Kids: The Night Before Christmas + 24 More (Instant Delivery)

    from Woof Woof Mama

    Sunday December 21st, 2014 at 09:33 AM

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    Help your kids discover the joy of reading by giving them some great new books this holiday. Amazon.com has put together a special sale event with 25 popular childrens books on sale for just $1 each for digital editions regularly priced from $3.99 to $9.99.

    This is a terrific opportunity to add some new books to your childs library and load up that Kindle, iPad, Tablet or other device they have or will be receiving this year. Digital editions are perfect last-minute gifts because they can be...

  • Into the Solstice

    from Joyful Paws

    Sunday December 21st, 2014 at 09:23 AM

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    Last night I did what I like to do as Christmas day draws nearer and the solstice is just about upon us and that is to turn off all the lights in my living room, except for candles and holiday lights.

    With Gidget snuggled beside me, I listened toStille Nacht by Mannheim Steamroller and gazed into the candlelight and every now and then would look out into the dark of the nightthrough the patio doors.

    I think about the year that is now almost complete and the new year that lay ahead. My eyes...

  • “The dog ate my homework and here is proof.”

    from The Poodle (and Dog) Blog

    Sunday December 21st, 2014 at 09:11 AM

    In Magnolia, Texas Reagan Hardin told her teacher that her Pit Pull Roscoe had eaten her class project and she brought X-rays to prove it. The diorama that Roscoe ate had plastic pieces and chicken wire. Roscoe could have died. Fortunately the veterinarian was able to remove the homework successfully, but it was in no condition to be turned in for a grade. When the teacher saw the x-ray, Reagan was allowed bo make another...
  • I Will See You in Heaven (Cat Lover’s Edition)

    from Dog Blog Fun

    Sunday December 21st, 2014 at 08:34 AM

    I Will See You in Heaven (Cat Lovers Edition) Annotation: Friar Wintz wants readers to know that the Bible gives us many clues that we will be with our pets in heaven for eternity. This gift edition includes a presentation page for those who have lost a pet. List Price: $ 14.99 Price: $ 8.71
  • Scripps Holiday Party for Therapy Dogs

    from Essentially Dogs Blog

    Sunday December 21st, 2014 at 08:13 AM

    Scripps Health hosted a Blessing of the Pets and a howliday party... continue reading
  • 3D printed legs make disabled dog learn joy of running

    from We Are The Cure Blog | Canine Cancer Information

    Sunday December 21st, 2014 at 07:21 AM

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    A pair of 3D-printed legs has sent a dog, born without front limbs, on his first ever run down a street. The video featuring the disabled animal happily sprinting into a normal dogs life has won the hearts of millions on the web.

    Screenshot from YouTube user 3D Systems

    Derby the dog, who was born with only small forearms and no front paws, got his lucky ticket, when Tara Anderson of the South Carolina-based 3D Systems, decided to adopt him from a foster home. She was resolute on helping Derby...