Here is a disturbing link featuring a clip from a Cesar Millan show where he semi-hangs/chokes a dog. Here is the link: http://vetmedicine.about.com/b/2009/07/07/veterinary-behaviorists-take-a-stand-against-cesar-millan.htm dog training gone bad http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/dog-whisperer/3252/Overview#tab-Videos/05198_00 Many of you may be aware of a National Geographic television show featuring a charismatic individual who helps dog owners. I recently came across this video on the website and I urge you to watch it
We are happy to announce that we are finally going to have a Newsletter!!! First issue should be ready bySeptember!!If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Have ideas, topics, pictures to share, let us know!!!
Brunswick, Ohio (WKYC) — A dog named Flower, who was reported missing from El Paso, Texas five months ago and was found last week 1,800 miles from home in Brunswick, Ohio, will be going home, thanks to the kindness of strangers. Brunswick Animal Warden Mike Kellums told WKYC-TV in Ohio that a Brunswick civic organization stepped up and paid for Flower to undergo a
Latest Update she has found a new home!!! Miley is 9 months old, she needs a quiet loving home that can help her to build herconfidence. For anyone who has owned dobermans I don’t need to tell you how special a breedthey are.If you can help Miley please contact our program asap at 905 2638247 or email@example.com
Penny: 2 year old 8 lb silky terrier, looks a lot like a yorkie, has a silver and black body a tan/white head with brown snout, ears and paws. Long silky furn. Micro-chipped Lost July 4, 2009 Markham Ontario in the Fincham/Larkin area If you have any into please call 905 2638247 or firstname.lastname@example.org, we will contactthe owners.There is a reward for her safe
Hannah is a very active, outgoing and friendly girl. She gets along well withall humans and animals.To meet her is to instantly fall in love. For more information or to arrangeto meet her please contact our program at 905 2638247 or e-mail at email@example.com
We have always had Spaniels, usually two at a time. When our last dog passed away we were recommended to TAGS. Don checked them out and liked the fact that they interviewed us to see if we were good for the dog, unlike other organizations which simply take your money and give you the dog.Daisy, the curly Cocker Spaniel in the picture, came to
Summer is here and there are all kinds of opportunities to get out with your dog and enjoy your community….festivals, parades, picnics in the park…these are all great chances for your dog to get out an be social. There are a few things to remember, however. Always keep your dog on leash and under control. Be courteous of others – hard to believe, but
Peso (chihuahua in the sombrero) and Robyn (tiny shaved down pomeranian) were just two of the adorable dogs out enjoying this annual event. Worth checking out for all things dog.
Congratulations to our volunteers Sue and Don and their family on the safe arrivalof their new Grandson!!