Monthly Archives: November 2011

Why should Fido be left out in the cold when it comes to family photos with Santa? We have the 411 on where Old Saint Nick will be this season, posing for holiday photos with the hounds. So, don those … Continue reading

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Set on a pituresque ranch in Beaverton, Oregon lives Indigo Rescue a place most dogs would think of as doggie utopia, with its fields of plush green grass surrounded by the beauty of nature. This non-profit organization rescues animals that … Continue reading

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Who wants to go to the mall during the busiest shopping day of the year? Instead, come to the Oregon Humane Society and get 50 percent off the adoption fee of any black or predominantly black adult pet* on the … Continue reading

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The life of Afghan and Iraqi animals is not one of comfort under the best of circumstances; most days are spent hunting for scraps of food or hiding from the hot desert sun. One day while on patrol in Afghanistan, … Continue reading

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The dangers posed to pets around Thanksgiving are bountiful. In general, pets’ stomachs are not accustomed to  the heavy seasoning we use to prepare our foods. Some of the foods commonly found on the Thanksgiving menu are TOXIC to pets. … Continue reading

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Bangkok, Thailand — It might take Noah’s Ark to save them all. Dogs bark from rooftops. Animals are submerged chest deep. The skin rots, if underwater too long. Others paddle toward any surface taller than the water. Clinging to a … Continue reading

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