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  • Susie’s Hope on TV

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    Thursday July 31st, 2014 at 07:15 AM

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    This is an incredible week for pit bulls with Pit Bull Week at HuffPost Green and this movie, wow !!!

    A pit bull attack survivor adopts an abused pit bull this just makes me cry. The courage exhibited by Donna Lawrence is truly inspirational and healing. (Imagine if someone else who shall remain nameless went on this path instead of the path of hate and revenge, oh well, everyone chooses what they do).

    The movie Susies Hope, the true story of Greensboro, NCs Donna Lawrence (played by...

  • Pit Bull Week

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Tuesday July 29th, 2014 at 12:36 PM

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    Are you following Pit Bull week on HuffPost? You should be

    HuffPost Green is launching a week-long, community-driven effort to bust the myths and raise awareness about pit bulls, a maligned breed that often bears the brunt of dated, discriminatory legislation that can make it near impossible for these dogs to find a forever home.

    You can follow along with HuffPost Pit Bull Week here:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/pit-bulls/

    or on Facebook and Twitter where well be using the hashtag #...

  • Fighting Over Dogs and Cats

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    Wednesday July 23rd, 2014 at 05:35 AM

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    Nowadays, many of us pet parents, consider our fur babies our children. There is nothing wrong with that, in my humble opinion. Except that the law considers them property not kids. Still, issues like divorce bring up similar considerations between spouses, what to do about the fur kids. Who gets to keep the fur kids? Will custody be shared? Can one party keep the fur baby and how often can the other party visit? Below an attorney, guest blogger, Charla Bradshaw, flushes out the issues more...

  • Mt Shasta pet friendly

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Friday July 18th, 2014 at 10:35 AM

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    The best times to visit: spring and fall when temps are moderate. in summer, temps get into the high 90s and 100s, pooches paws can get burned on the pavements so beware and prepare if you plan to stay in town during the summer there are lots of lakes and hiking trail activities to cool off, camping and of course Mt. Shasta.

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    Castle: From the Visitors Bureau, go west on Lake St. and cross over I-5. You will come to a stop sign at the intersection of Old Stage Rd. which is in front of the...

  • Ten Tips: When Your Pet is Lost

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Thursday July 17th, 2014 at 01:26 PM

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    First thing to do is to PREVENT your dog from getting lost by ensuring that your gate at home is closed or locked and your dog cannot get out of it. When you are traveling, keep your dog on leash with you at all times.

    Prepare ahead of time for the worst case scenario. If your dog has a microchip, make sure that it is registered with the company with your current contact info. Cicis is with HomeAgain and they also have a service that if she is lost, I can call them and they will send alerts...

  • Summer Fun in Doggie Heaven

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    Tuesday July 8th, 2014 at 09:43 AM

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    EnjoyingCarmel with your best friend

    Canine travelersand their best friends love Carmel for a good reason. It is the epitome of a dog friendly place. Rated #1 dog friendly town in USA. Below are some of the most dog friendly places, events and activities you can enjoy during your stay. And what better time to visit Carmel then during the summer when the living is easy. Temperatures in Carmel year round are in the 50-70s so if you wanna get away from the heat, Carmel is the place to take your...

  • Pet-friendly red white and blue

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    Thursday July 3rd, 2014 at 11:47 AM

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    http://celiasue.com/2012/06/27/july-4th-in-southern-california/

    in northern california:

    Fireworks of any kind are prohibited in Monterey and Carmel but are allowed in Seaside so if you bring your pooch with you to these locations, be prepared with ID tags and calming collars or Rescue Remedy. Hold onto the dogs leash at all times and also bring poop waste bags to clean up after your dog.

    City of Montereys annual 4th of July Celebration. The Admission is Free Big Little Backyard Bar-B-Que and...

  • Doggies wanted 4 Free Treats

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    Tuesday July 1st, 2014 at 01:54 PM

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    YUMMY!

    Your dog is invited to try free samples of Milos Kitchen treats so you can figure out which varieties will have your four-legged friend begging for more.

    AND one lucky winner will receive a gift pack. The gift pack will include three varieties of Milos Kitchen dog treats, and a $25 VISA gift card . All you have to do is writea comment (below) telling us how muchyour pooch LOVES treats and what is their favorite taste sensation (peanut butter, chicken, beef, turkey, lamb etc).

    Theres no...

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