Posts Tagged "south bend animal care"

South Bend Animal Resource Links

Posted by on Nov 3, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

South Bend Animal Care and Control American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) Humane Society of St Joseph County Pet Refuge...

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How to ‘Winterize’ Your Dog

Posted by on Dec 21, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Source:  NY Times / Personal Health /By JANE E. BRODY DEC. 18, 2017 We winterize our homes and cars and bundle up to brave icy winds outdoors, but too often we fail to do the same for our four-legged friends. Yet regardless of what nature delivers, dogs have to go out and they need regular exercise for their physical and psychological well-being. Whether urban or rural, dogs can face multiple hazards during the colder months, ranging from cracked paws and dry skin to electrocution or immersion in a frozen pond. Even pets that escape the cold by heading south with their snowbird owners can...

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CIA fires dog from bomb-sniffing program because she just wants to play

Posted by on Oct 19, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Source:  Sarah Roebuck, KMPH, Thursday, October 19th 2017 (KMPH) — A black Labrador named Lulu just wasn’t meant to be a bomb-sniffing dog. On Wednesday, the CIA announced the 1½-year-old pup was dropped from the program after she started to show signs that she wasn’t interested in detecting explosive odors. “A few weeks into training, Lulu began to show signs that she wasn’t interested in detecting explosive odors. All dogs, just like most human students, have good days and bad days when learning something new. The same is true during our puppy classes. A pup might begin...

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Paid Leave When Your Dog Is Sick? Sì, Italian Employer Says

Posted by on Oct 18, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Soure:  NY Times /  By MEGAN SPECIA and GAIA PIANIGIANI OCT. 12, 2017 An Italian dog owner who wanted paid time off to care for one of her dogs offered her bosses a simple explanation: “They are my family.” It worked. In what a pet advocacy group called a groundbreaking decision, the woman’s employer changed its mind and gave the woman leave to care for her sick 12-year-old English setter. Pet advocacy groups say the woman’s achievement could pave the way for similar claims in the future. To continue reading please click here...

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