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  • 75 Year Old Woman Fights off Two Cougars to Save Dog

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    Jackie Simonson, a 75-year old Canadian woman, is credited for saving her pet dog when they encountered two cougars. The feline predators started chasing the small terrier and one of them grabbed a hold of its throat. Simonson’s protective instincts kicked in and she found herself attacking the cougar in order to save her dog’s life.

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    Disabled Veterans United Airlines Nightmare: Service Dog Kicked, Cancelled Flights, Called Retarded

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    Jim Stanek, a disabled veteran and one of the founders of Paws and Stripes, relates his story of maltreatment at the hands of United Airlines. As a veteran of three tours in Iraq, Stanek was diagnosed with PTSD and brain injury, and now relies on Sarge, his dog, to help him through the day.

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  • Dog Saved From Euthanization for Role on Broadway

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    This is the story of a stray dog, a two-year old terrier mix named Sunny, held in a Houston shelter. One day before being euthanized, an animal trainer named William Berloni, selected Sunny to try out for the role of “Sandy” in the new production of Annie. Sunny has been successfully trained to begin performances on Oct. 3.

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    Miracle beagle among finalists for hero dog award

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    Daniel, a beagle and fox hound mix, is now one of the finalists of the American Humane Association’s 2012 Hero Dog Awards. The dog is known as the miracle beagle for having survived a gas chamber treatment intended to euthanize stray dogs. His survival made him popular with the media and sped his adoption with a local family.

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  • Dog saves Clarksville man from snake

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    A 70-year old farmhand was saved from a potentially dangerous snake encounter by his pet labrador. Darrell Layne found himself face-to-face with a venomous copperhead snake as he was opening a cattle gate on his way to work. Luckily, his five-year old dog Onex was nearby to distract the snake while Layne picked up a broken fence post to kill the intruder.

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    Learn how to read your pets food label

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    When choosing the right pet food for your dog or cat, the most important consideration is the printed text on the label. In particular, a certification from the American Association of Feed Control Officials or AAFCO will ensure that the product is formulated specifically for a particular breed or build of pet animals.

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  • How to make sure your pet has a good time on vacation, too

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    Family vacations can be a good time to create stronger bonds with each other, especially if the family pet is brought along. When travelling with a pet, it is important to remember its dietary needs considering that road trips can take several hours. Toys and other belongings can also help fight off the boredom of extended travel.

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    Good News Sunday: Texas dog wins National Hero Award for saving owner

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    In Texas, a dog whose name is Bear adopted by Debbie Zeisler of Millsap has been honored with the 30th National Hero Award from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Los Angeles. Recently at a ceremony held at the Nokia Plaza in downtown Los Angeles, Bear who is a 5 year old Shiloh German Shepherd was presented the award for saving his owner during a seizure.

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  • Cloned dog Lancelot Encore has pups

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    When Edgar and Nina Otto lost their pet dog Lancelot to cancer four years ago, they decided that the next best thing would be an exact copy of their lost loved one. Their new pup, Lancelot Encore, is a clone of their previous labrador, and is the product of their new website labraclone.com, which is intended to bring back the past with the technology of the future.

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    Voluntary dog walkers giving homeless pups extra leash on life

    1. March 16, 2016 BY

    In the Manatee County, some employees are using their lunch breaks to help the animals who should have a better chance of getting adopted. Bonnie Sietman and several others working near the downtown branch of Animal Services stop in, grab a leash and starts pounding the pavement with a pup which needs to be adopted.

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