Day: February 27, 2022

Teddy the missing puppy, the pet detective and the defamation claim

The posts were viewed by hundreds of people and shared among groups with thousands of followers. In screenshots included in the court documents, one person commented: “The more I read this the more I’m thinking did teddy get out or was he just ‘helped out’ of ur yard.” Another said: “These two are guilty AF

Pets from overcrowded shelters in Bakersfield flown to homes in Canada

Giving our pets another chance at finding a loving home: that’s what the City of Bakersfield Animal Care Center and other organizations did Saturday morning, to help pets who have been in local shelters for too long, find families that can care for them. “These are happy tears,” said Julie Johnson, executive director of the

Make a dog-friendly option this St. Patrick’s Day

DUBLIN, IRELAND – MARCH 17: A dog wearing Irish tricolour is seen on St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin city centre on March 17, 2021 in Dublin, Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day has again been cancelled this year due to the Covid pandemic. The police are warning would-be lockdown protestors to stay away from potential flashpoints. (Photo

Lockdown puppies and dogs are now being abandoned in record numbers

A dog rescuer who urged people to think twice about getting a pet in lockdown is now having her biggest year for re-homing on record. Amanda Fraser-Jones, founder of Auckland-based Chained Dog Rehabilitation and Rehoming, said she’s had 50 people fill out a lengthy application for their dog’s re-homing in the last 6 weeks –

How To Build A Bond With Your Pets, Manage Their Behavior – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On this week’s CBS3 Pet Project, Carol Erickson, an animal advocate with the PSPCA, discussed how to bond with your pet and manage their behavior. Erickson said professionals who study animal behavior recommend owners to not punish their pets.  “It may stop that animal for that television segment, for that 30-second clip,

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