Monthly Archives: April 2012
It’s a startling and sad fact that cancer will affect one out of every four dogs and of those, over half will die from the disease. In fact, cancer is the number one disease-related cause of death in both dogs … Continue reading
The ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) thinks they have the answer from a study of nearly 1,500 adopters from five animal shelters across the country, uncovering the reasons behind why adopters chose the particular … Continue reading
Army psychologist CPT Katie Kopp has an unusual tool to help soldiers deployed to eastern Afghanistan deal with combat stress. His name is Hank and he’s a spirited three-year-old Boston terrier.
Think your Rover has what it takes to do the rumba? If so, then be sure to enter the “Dance Your Tail Off” competition at the grand opening of Banfield’s newest pet hospital in Portland. The first-ever “Dance Your Tail … Continue reading
Dugan Foundation is only $5000 away from beginning their dog park project in Tacoma and they need your help. Thanks to grants from Dimmer Family Foundation and contributions from generous Fur Ball guests, they have over $13,000, but they still … Continue reading
We are so excited! Book-It Repertory Theatre is presenting on the stage CityDog book club favorite The Art of Racing in the Rain by Seattle author Garth Stein. The world premiere adaptation of this story told in the voice of a dog plays … Continue reading