Animal Tips for Identity Theft

Animal Tips for Identity Theft

When I did the article titled, “Animal Tips for Identity Theft”, it was done in a humorous mode and as kind of a spoof. A series of photographs illustrating a group of look-alike different cute animals who had stolen each other’s identity, it was a spoof against serious identity theft. But so many people were […]

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BOOKS: Author-Marc Bekoff

BOOKS: Author-Marc Bekoff

Dog Author and Biologist Marc Bekoff Located in Boulder, Colorado, Marc Bekoff is one of the few authors on dog intelligence that makes “intelligent sense”. Working from a dog philosophy point of view, his dog books are well worth reading if you come from the stand-point that dogs are certainly capable of feeling, thinking and […]

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VIDEO: “Number-Counting Dog”

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April 2009 – Employment With Animals

April 2009 – Employment With Animals

STILL LOOKING!  Job from 12 noon until 1pm with an hour off for lunch! ************************************************** (updated Monthly) UNITED STATES CALIFORNIA Babysitter for animals (possibly live in for summer) – Agua Dulce, California Office/Administration Assistant – Winnies Organic Animal Products – Benicia Veterinary Technician for Eye Care for Animals – Culver City Animal Caretaker – City […]

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Information About Thinking Dogs

Today a lot of  dogs are treated abusively or dressed up like  mindless wonders–with respect for a dog “as a dog” still an evolving issue by a human race which is even less evolved. Truth be known, the best owner for a dog is a young child who is not yet credited with knowing anything […]

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Quality decor for your Pet!

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead When I was twittering this morning, I ran across one of the most unique websites that has top-quality designer dog furniture for the home of the most loved pets of […]

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Tragic Plight of U.S. Homeless Animals

When the words “homeless animals” are typed into the Google search engine, it takes about .32 seconds for 2,810,000 results to come up on the subject, not showing us the six to eight million animals entering shelters on an annual basis. But out of these numbers, three to four million are being euthanized as we […]

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Should Breeding Female Dogs Choose Their Mates?

Lacking substantial data, the question whether or not a specific dog breed truly recognizes their own breed is a study yet to be done scientifically. The question whether or not the body language of a female dog shows male preference is asked by very few breeders or dog owners. But recently this question was asked […]

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Be Responsible–Place Your Unwanted Dog Correctly

This story is breaking hearts and going around the internet like fire.  With the current recession affecting families, animals are beginning to take it in the shorts with owners finding themselves unable to feed or care for them. But Copper could have been saved if his owner would have placed him in a shelter or […]

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Holly’s Neighborhood: “Across the bean field she goes…..!”

Holly’s Neighborhood: “Across the bean field she goes…..!”

Remember when I said the other day I was going to check and see if someone had left the gate open? Well, in a way they kinda’ had. I’m short to the ground and it comes naturally to keep track of that sort of stuff. As one of the old ladies was heading out of […]

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Book: “The Dachshund – A Dog Anthology”

Book: “The Dachshund – A Dog Anthology”

“THE DACHSHUND – A DOG ANTHOLOGY” gathers together all the best early writing on the breed from our library of scarce, out-of-print antiquarian books and documents and reprints it in a quality, modern edition. This anthology includes chapters taken from each of the following books, all of them written by renowned breed experts of their […]

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National Dog Blog Carnival #2 for May 4, 2009

National Dog Blog Carnival #2 for May 4, 2009

Well, our first National Dog Blog Carnival was more than a sucess. With over a dozen entries, we are very pleased and hope everyone who participated was just as happy. If, as a dog blogger, you would like to receive more recognition or awareness of your blog every month, then please participate in the National Dog […]

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The Elderly Woman & the Barking Dog

An elderly woman and her husband were lying in bed listening to the next door neighbor’s dog.  It has been in its back yard barking for hours and hours. After awhile, the woman angrily  jumps up out of bed and says, “I’ve had enough of this.” She goes downstairs. After awhile, she finally comes back […]

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CARTOON: “Bailout check for Lazy Bum Dog”

CARTOON: “Bailout check for Lazy Bum Dog”

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The Dachshund-Way Cool Breed of the Month

The heart of the dachshund is larger than of the entire world, and its ambition is twice its size. Only those who have owned  this little four-legged hound breed truly recognize where its capabilities lie. With a strut that shows who is boss, the little dachshund was well-known as a breed originally trained to hunt […]

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BOOK: “Amazing Grace: A Dog’s Tale”

Amazing Gracie: A Dog’s Tale by Dan Dye and Mark Beckloff A softcover book for $8.43,  “Amazing Grace“ is a wonderful canine rags to riches sort of story about an individual by the name of Dan who saves a lonely puppy who is not only deaf but a partially blind albino Great Dane. The story […]

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BOOK: “The Dangerous Book for Dogs”

The Dangerous Book for Dogs: A Parody by Rex and Sparky by Joe Garden, Janet Ginsburg, and Chris Paul A hardcover book for $10.85 and for lots of chewing, “The Dangerous Book for Dogs” is not only about dogs but written by dogs (not literally). Funny written, it is well worth the money for yourself […]

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