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Dog Survives Three Weeks Adrift at Sea After Losing His Owner

Nathan Moody, volunteer with BASRA found a dog named Dingo at sea in abandoned boat. The Atlantic Animal Hospital in Wilmington is caring for Dingo. Dingo was badly dehydrated and malnourished. His owner, John William Batchelor, 72 was suspected to be dead. But Nathan Moody and Dingo were both attacked by wild dogs at his home in the Bahamas a few weeks ago. Thus Dingo is suffering from leg injury and is being treated at US. Nathan Moody is in process of reuniting with Dingo.

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Dog Survives Three Weeks Adrift at Sea After Losing His Owner | Life With Dogs

RSPCA unveils Pet Detective Service

The RSPCA has launched a new “Pet Detective Service” to some promising early results. Upon calling the system, the owner will get an automated phone message upon calling the service. The system seems to be working well so far. Last month a person by the name of Sean Fitzpatrick from Park Ridge used this service and was reunited with his Labrador in just 30 minutes after placing the call.

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RSPCA unveils Pet Detective Service – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Dolphin Dog?

Dogs are extraordinary companions that often lead pretty dull lives with their owners, but there is one dog named Kira, who has extraordinary owners that take her on an adventure everyday, Kira gets to go swimming with the dolphins everyday to her delight.

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The Dolphin Dog | Life With Dogs

Ask the Dog Trainer: Masters of Manipulation?

Dogs are master manipulators and they take subtle and devious ways to get you do things like stroking your hair and giving them treats. They can even change the strategies occasionally, as the frequency of these trickery increases, leaving us naive. This canine behavior usually starts out cute but eventually becomes annoying. One of the two ways to fix this problem is to stop giving them rewards and treats for these behavior. If the problem persists, the second one comes and for that, you just need to ignore these behaviors completely or just put them in another room.

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Ask the Dog Trainer: Masters of manipluation ? TCPalm.com (User story from Cissy Sumner)

Survey shows pet owners skipping vaccinations

The Clinton County Health Department released the results of a survey which indicates that very few pet owners vaccinate their pets against rabies, a very deadly disease that is explained in depth within the article. The county is trying a few different methods to solve this growing problem. For example, Clinton is planning to increase the number of rabies clinics in the county.

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Survey shows pet owners skipping vaccinations ? Local News ? Press-Republican

Pet Smarts: Think global, act local begins at home and at your veterinarians office

An ongoing trend these days seems to directly correlate with the “think global, act local” concept. Shopping locally can help the community both environmentally and economically, a fact that many supporters are very proud of. So why not shop locally when it comes to your family pets? Read the many reasons why the local vet is the way to go!

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Pet Smarts: ‘Think global, act local’ begins at home – and at your veterinarian’s office | KyForward.com