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Lost chihuahua in Spokane

Lost Dog

G-baby is a longhair chihuahua (teacup or extra small size) 4 1/2 -5+ lbs mostly black long hair chihuahua with tan/cream markings under neck under-tail a little on cheeks tan on legs and breast bone ( tan patch on each side) white patch that looks like a tie on chest in between tan patches in chest overbite / underbite male not fixed long hair on ears and big eyes loves to play fetch and tug of war happy dog barks and loves cuddling. Missing since 2/5/15 at 11pm at Indiana and Oak on the West Side. If you see her or know where she is please contact Megan at meholland0412@gmail.com or (661) Continue Reading

Washington Senate passes bill on pets in locked cars

Dogs in Hot Cars.

Yesterday the Washington Senate unanimously passed a bill (SSB5501) that makes leaving a pet locked in a car under dangerous conditions a civil offense. Sen. Joe Fain, R-Auburn, the bill's lead sponsor, said it "prevents some liability issues that might have prevented them from taking immediate action." Here are the highlights of the bill: People who leave an unattended animal in a car, or other enclosed space, where it might be harmed by heat, cold, or lack of water or fresh air will be subject to a $125 fine. People who leave an animal in a dangerous enclosed space could also be Continue Reading

Man from viral dog photo is ready to love another dog

Photo from Hannah Stonehouse Hudson.

You probably remember the story of John Unger and Shep. Unger and his dog Schoep became an internet sensation three years ago after photographer Hannah Stonehouse Hudson took a picture of them together  in Lake Superior. Schoep loved the water but arthritis settled into his joints which made it hard to swim or even walk. So, Unger would just hold Schoep on his chest in the water, sometimes for hours. John was so devastated when Shep died about a year and a half ago that he wasn't sure he would be able to get another dog. But like many of us who lose our dogs, he (fortunately) had a Continue Reading

Labrador Retriever is top dog in the US again, but Bulldog is closing fast

Oregon Dunes National Recreation area. Photo from Seattle DogSpot.

The American Kennel Club released its annual list of the top dog breeds in the US this week, and for a record 24th year in a row, the Labrador Retriever is at the top of the list. But the Lab shouldn't get too comfortable, because the Bulldog is closing fast, achieving its highest ranking ever at #4. And its smaller, big-eared cousin, the French Bulldog, cracking the top 10 for the first time at #9 and knocking the dachshund out of the top 10 for the first time since 1985. Just 10 years ago Frenchies were only ranked 49th. Here's the list of all the breeds in the top 10 for Continue Reading

Delta Honor Guard shows respect for fallen servicemembers, both human and canine

Image from youtube.com.

Delta Air Lines workers at Hartsfield Jackson Airport in Atlanta form their own Honor Guard to show respect and gratitude for fallen military veterans as their remains are removed from a plane. In this video, they honor both a fallen veteran and a bomb-sniffing dog.  The whole ceremony will give you chills, especially the powerful image of the dog's smaller coffin following the soldier's coffin as it is slowly unloaded from the plane. Continue Reading

Responsi-Bull Project helps Pit Bull owners

Image from the Responsi-Bull Project.

Bullseye Dog Rescue, the Northwest Spay and Neuter Center, and Paw-Abilities have teamed up once again to sponsor the Responsi-Bull Project, a three part program that includes: Free Spay/Neuter for Pit Bulls For a limited time, Pit Bull owners can have their dogs spayed or neutered FREE at the Northwest Spay & Neuter Center in Tacoma. Each dog altered will also receive a FREE microchip. To make your appointment: 1. Go to Northwest Spay & Neuter Center's website and fill out the online appointment request form. Mention 'Responsi-Bull' where the form asks for Animal Welfare Continue Reading