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Service dogs aren’t your typical companions. They’re trained to do impressive tasks to keep their humans safe and comfortable. But even though the law allows service dogs in all public areas, there are still people that see them no differently from other dogs. Jacky’s Waterplace and Sushi Bar in Rhode Island turned away a teenager and her service dog. The family was outraged by this discrimination, so they are now suing the restaurant. Image: Screenshot, turnto10.com A Birthday Disaster Haylee Mota and her family visited Jacky’s Waterplace for her 17th birthday. Of course, her Golden Retriever named Nicky accompanied her as she always does. Mota was born with congenital amaurosis. So, she’s legally blind and can only see light and shadow. She needs Nicky to help her around obstacles and locate seats, doors, and stairs. Yet, the restaurant refused to seat the family inside or on the patio because of…Read More
The other day, I happened to go into a pet supply store that I had never been in before, and was looking at their collection of leashes, toys, treat bags, and, of course, food, when I overheard a conversation between a couple who were in the store with their new puppy. I had crossed paths with them several times, and had smiled at and ogled the puppy each time, but they both had frowns on and were looking only at the products as they walked up and down the food aisles. Finally, they flagged down a store employee. Throwing up her hands, the woman said, “You don’t sell the food that breeder told us to get! We don’t know what to get! It’s too much!” Unfortunately, I had to go; as much as I wanted to, I couldn’t stay to hear what the store clerk told the couple. But I…Read More
The pinch collar is a much misunderstood, misused, and underused tool that can be of genuine value to the dog trainer. By Guest Blogger, Pam Green I believe that the cause of the misunderstandings lies partly in the appearance of this implement and partly in the names by which it is generally known, but mostly in a lack of thought about the relationship between this implement and that used by that supremest of all dog-trainers, the mamma-bitch. My Theory on Why a Pinch collar works Most people assume that the pinch collar works as a negative reinforcer or a punishment because it causes a sensation of pain. Therefore, those who can’t stand the thought of inflicting pain on their beloved dog refuse to use a pinch collar. Those who see their dog as a willfully disobedient and defiant adversary or those who are angry with the dog, those who have…Read More
Meet adoptable deaf 10 year old Yeska who is looking for a loving forever home with someone who will cherish her and always keep her safe. From her caregiver: Hello, My name is Yeska and I just had my 10th birthday on April 15th. I have been deaf since birth. My owner has been incarcerated and this leaves me without an owner. My owner thinks it is best that my foster parents find me a furever home. I love to cuddle in my blankets. I walk well on a leash and I do know some signs as my foster parents have been working with me. I have had a full vetting by my Foster parents and now I am feeling much better. I do get along with dogs who are patient with me as I am kinda pushy, but would do great in a home where I am…Read More
James and Amber Holda have gone through a roller coaster of events to bring their lost dog home. The Virginia Beach family has a 1-year-old Pit Bull mix named Claire. Claire is playful and loving, but sometimes she’s a little too curious. One day, the pup squeezed through a crack in the fence and ventured into the front yard. Video footage shows her approach a strange vehicle, only to have a person come out and snatch her. The Holdas were determined to bring her home, so they acted as amateur detectives. Image: Amber Angel Holda Facebook A Wild Goose Chase James and Amber contacted the police right away. They reached out to animal control and local shelters, but no one had Claire. Then, they got a lead. Someone had taken a photo of Claire, which revealed a unique tattoo on the person’s arm. The couple turned to Facebook to see…Read More
Considering how active poodles can be, it’s just normal that they’ll need somewhere comfortable to rest at the end of the day. Without a descent poodle bed, your poodle will resort to your couch or even your bed so that they feel comfortable. Ideally, neither of these are recommended for your dog and that’s why we have breed-specific dog beds to cover the needs of every canine. This is the case with poodles, meaning that not all the beds available on the market today will befit your dog. So if you want something suitable and particular, we have the best picks in the reviews today and also the key things you have to put in place before you make a choice. Best Dog Bed for Toy Poodles: JOYELF Orthopedic Dog Bed Memory Foam Pet Bed with Removable Washable Cover View on Amazon Best Dog Bed for Miniature Poodles: Best Friends…Read More
Dog owners should be aware that many airlines have changed their rules on animal movement over the past year. So, here is a list of things you need to know before flying with your dog. Dog Travel Health Checklist If flying is the way forward for you and your student, be sure to set aside time to collect the necessary paperwork, get your dog’s medical records up to date, and fulfill any other requirements. See below for our information on flights and dogs. In addition to meeting these requirements, be sure to: Arrange a doctor’s appointment for 7-10 days before departure, so that you can get tested and make sure they have adequate mobility, as well as receive any necessary immunizations and incentives, as well as a rabies certificate. Even if such a certificate is not required where you are going, it is a good idea to have it, in…Read More
Have you ever made homemade dog treats before? If not, it’s time to try! This recipe for homemade dog treats is easy to make and requires just a few ingredients. … https://pawleaks.com/homemade-dog-treats-recipe-vet-approved/Read More
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