Tag Archives: dogs

Gentle Mugi’s Vet said, “He Can Only Live a Few More Days”

New York, N.Y. There is a dog called Mugi that Keiko Aoki really loves very much. The first Mugi-chan died when Rocky Aoki was still alive. So the next day, Rocky said to Keiko, “I’ll bring you the same one.” The second Mugi-chan  was a  Wheaton Terrier male, and it wasn’t a female like Mugi-chan before. […]

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Finally: Colleges and Universities Say ‘Yes’ to Pets

Washington, D.C. When new students leave home for college or university, mom and dad aren’t the only ones left behind. Kimberly Brubaker said she didn’t want to break the connection she has with family members Dino and Mars: her cat and pet snake. “If an animal is part of your entire life, and caring for […]

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Paws of War to Take Therapy Dogs to Nursing Home

Amityville, N.Y. Dogs can often brighten the day of anyone, providing them with companionship, laughs, and giving them a reason to smile. The senior residents at the Dominican Village Assisted Living Community, located at 565 Albany Avenue in Amityville, New York, will be all smiles on June 15, 2018 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. […]

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Guardians of Rescue Seek Support to Help Dog Brutally Injured by Truck

New York, N.Y. Each day on the streets of Miami-Dade County, there are dogs routinely thrown from vehicles, as their owners dump them out on city streets, rural roads, and anywhere they feel they can get away with it. The dogs are left for dead, trying to fend for themselves, often with injuries and to […]

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Five Ways to Keep Pets Healthy Through the Holidays

New York, N.Y. As winter edges closer on the calendar, it means the holidays will soon be here as well. Many people will loosen their belt, get comfortable, eat more, and be merry. While people realize they may gain 10 pounds during the holidays because of these seasonal habits, if they do the same with their […]

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Five Tips for Helping Fido Survive the Holidays

By Bryan Bailey New York, N.Y. Just the other day, I was driving home from an outing with my dog when I passed a billboard announcing the annual, pre-Christmas sale at a major, local retailer. I remembered thinking, really? How can this be? Weren’t the holidays just here yesterday? Suddenly, the relaxing day I was […]

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In this Dog-Eat-Dog World, Some Prefer Squirrel

I know it’s supposed to be a dog eat dog world, but I really prefer squirrel. © Jan Ivarsson 2015. Tweet

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Jim Luce on Animal Rescue

The first dog Jim Luce had was from an animal shelter when he was eight years old.  Decades later, when he worked on Wall Street, he became involved with animal rescue once again, eventually caring for four dogs and six cats in his three-story home in Queens.  But this effort did not seem enough to […]

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