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As The Wheels Turn…

By Laura Reeves PHA

“Some of my peeps may not understand my world. I live sort of like a gypsy. I travel ungodly miles and keep ungodly hours and have an ungodly uproar in my home most of the time. I have a truly wild assortment of friends, acquaintances, frienemies and besties….. I spend 90% of my time with dogs and the people who love them. I am incredibly blessed.

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Norwegian Lundehund Means ‘Puffin Dog’

Elaine Waldorf Gewirtz

Kept for centuries as a bird-hunting dog on the tiny, isolated Norwegian island of Vaeroy, north of the Arctic Circle, An unusual Breed with a minimum of six functioning toes on each foot and a neck that can turn 180 degrees on either side and bend back to touch its spine, the Lundehund developed naturally without human guidance.

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A Champion Doberman Paves the Way for Dog-Friendly Hotels

By Kate Kelly

In 1931 a Massachusetts executive, Colyar Dodson, was traveling to Russia on business. His wife was on shipboard with him, so to make the trip more enjoyable, they got off to visit at some of the ports where the ship docked. One of their stops was in Hamburg, Germany, a city that was well-known for its splendid kennels of pure-bred dogs.

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An Undeniable Fear To Speak Up

By Steven Seymour

I have shared some of Steven Seymour’s writing with you before but that was before he won the accolade of Canine Journalist of the Year at the PAWSCARS just before Crufts. Famed for his Beagriff Griffon Bruxellois Steven is a native of Australia but has been in the UK for several years now. He had written several well thought out and well reasoned letters to Dog World

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Two More Shows May Review Their Policies on Docked Dogs

By DogWorld-UK

THE CAMPAIGNING group Docked and Denied has reignited its crusade to persuade two more championship shows to drop their admission charges.

Doing so would allow legally docked dogs to be shown, as the law states that doing so is outlawed at events for which the public pays for entry.

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Daily Digest

Three women poised to lead newly restructured AAHA Board of Directors in 2014

NASHVILLE— The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is welcoming a newly restructured board to the helm in 2014. The board welcomed four new officers and one new director at its annual meeting during the 2014 AAHA Yearly Conference in Nashville, Tenn….more

Stem Cell Therapy for Pets in Summit County Colorado Proves to Be a Success for Local Dog Suffering from Pain

Ruby, a 10 year old Border Collie mix from Breckenridge, Colorado, has found relief from the pain of arthritis with stem cell therapy by Vet-Stem, Inc. Ruby’s owners came to Jamie Gaynor, DVM at Frisco Animal Hospital for a second opinion after being told Ruby would need a total hip replacement…more


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