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  • Sunday's Shelter Sweetie: Frankie

    from A Tonk's Tail...err

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 03:00 PM

    Square_140_screen_shot_2015-03-22_at_1.54.44_pm"You may be able to tell just from looking at my photos that I am a girl who is all about being sweet and loving." "The thing is, though, that you will never know just how good I am at it until you pet me and really get the full Frankie-in-love treatment. I really need a home without dogs who startle me, and maybe very young children too, as they can get excited easily over new things and suddenly shriek with delight. But a home with adults, a sunny window or two and reliable mealtimes would...
  • These Curious Kittens Investigating Bubbles

    from Love Meow - for Ultimate Cat Lovers

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 02:12 PM

    Bubbles everywhere! These curious kittens are trying to find out what they are.

    The post These Curious Kittens Investigating Bubbles appeared first on Love Meow.

  • Golden Retriever’s Food Catching Fail

    from Pets Best Blog

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 02:00 PM

    Watch as Fritz, the famous Golden Retriever, attempts to catch some feast-worthy food! Its okay Fritz, at least youre adorable

    The post Golden Retrievers Food Catching Fail appeared first on Pet Insurance Blog - Pets Best Insurance.

  • Beloved Seattle police dog retiring after terminal cancer diagnosis

    from We Are The Cure Blog | Canine Cancer Information

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 12:59 PM

    A dedicated Seattle police dog will be retiring following a cancer diagnosis and his heartbroken partner is retiring from the K9 Unit, as well.

    (Craig Williamson and his partner, Dennis)

    KOMO 4 News reported yesterday that bomb detection dog Dennis, who has patrolled the streets of Seattle for six years, will be retiring after receiving the devastating diagnosis.

    Dennis partner, Officer, Craig Williamson, was the first to notice that the yellow Labrador retriever was having difficulty...

  • Oso Landslide One Year Later: Family finds their dog in rubble of their destroyed home

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 12:52 PM

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    One of the bright spots after the Oso Landslide: Rescuers discover a chocolate Labrador Retriever named Buddy in the rubble of a home destroyed by the landslide. Buddys familywas at a basketball game when the landslide hit. He was one of a handful of pets that survived. That he wasnt seriously hurt was amazing.

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  • Spokane woman reflects on looking for Oso landslide victims with her search dog

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 11:59 AM

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    Today marks the one year anniversary of the Oso landslide which claimed the lives of 43 people.

    In the aftermath, dozens of search and rescue dogs and their handlers searched for victims. In this video from KHQ in Spokane, Robyn Moug reflects what is was like working with her dog Max amid thechaos and destruction.

    Spokane, North Idaho News

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  • Wherever you go, bring your own sunshine

    from Dog with the blog!

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 10:10 AM

    Dog With Blog Dog With Blog - The world as the dogs sees it.

    And another season springs to close rhymes and reason but no prose. No voice to call our name but our winter sun and streets, the same days on the run. So sit back and watch colours a-turning now dreams that,cloud catch whilst the stars take a bow. Connect withDog with BlogonFacebookTwitterG+ Instagram

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  • The Unbreakable Bonds Of Children And Pets

    from Bocci's Beefs

    Sunday March 22nd, 2015 at 09:41 AM

    Illustration courtesy of The New York TimesHow many of you still think about your childhood pets? For that matter, how many of you still dream about them, like Parental Unit? Well, this beautiful article from the Times "Menagerie" column, should put your mind at ease: you're not crazy and you're definitely not alone.The Times asked 10 artists to recall their childhood pets
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