Month: July 2018

Safety first. It’s an important credo to follow, especially when you are a member of law enforcement. And it extends to police K-9s, as well. On Sunday, Clinton Connecticut Police Department officer Jason Frey and his K-9 partner Sonny were outside for the Dogs on the Dock event, an annual canine celebration at which local
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Cats. That’s all I grew up with. Adorable, but at times cranky and mischievous, cats named Casey and Boots. They would run away from us when we got home and occasionally grace my mom and dad and sister with their presence (usually around breakfast or dinner time, go figure…). I loved them both dearly, but
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It was a return to the homeland for 361 golden retrievers. The precious pack of pooches gathered on the grounds of Guisachan House in Tomich, Inverness-shire, on Saturday to break the record for the most golden retrievers at the estate. According to a press release for the event, the Scottish Highlands estate was where, in
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These dogs were used to control rat populations in 17th-century Europe. By: Sharon Housley 1. Key Characteristics AKC Group: Toy Height: 9–11 inches Weight: 8 pounds Life Expectancy: 10–12 or more years The Affenpinscher is a small dog often called a monkey dog or monkey terrier for its facial appearance. The name means monkey terrier
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Summer is all about fun in the sun, but things can go from fun to fatal for your pet if you are not paying attention. Dogs, especially snub-nosed breeds prone to breathing problems, can easily overheat outside. If left untreated, overheating can turn into heatstroke, which can have deadly effects on your pet’s health. PEOPLE
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