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Comment by Yolanda Law on August 27, 2011 at 6:41pm

WE NEED YOUR HELP - Puppies Need Immediate Foster Homes........
.by on Tuesday, August 16, 2011 at 1:48pm.
Hi everyone- these are 50% Britt and 50% Vizsla pups.  I've seen mom and dad- both beautiful PB's so the pups are 50/50.  Can anyone foster one of these pups?  They will be 8 weeks old on Saturday and we want to move them this coming weekend.


Please let me know ASAP if you are interested in fostering one of these little dolls.  They will get adopted fast!


Susan E. Spaid, President

North Carolina and South Carolina Coordinator

National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network

814-771-6720 Cell

814-236-3554 Home





Comment by Yolanda Law on August 27, 2011 at 6:44pm
As Hurricane Irene approaches the East Coast, it's critical not to forget the livelihood of your pets in making preparation plans for the storm. Some 600,000 pets were killed or left homeless from Hurricane Katrina six years ago, reports
Comment by Yolanda Law on August 27, 2011 at 7:52pm
Comment by Yolanda Law on August 27, 2011 at 8:10pm
Aug. 9: A dog's job is to give unconditional love. NBC’s Anne Thompson has more on dogs that work in courtrooms to provide comfort to those who suffer trauma and may not get through the legal system without it .
Comment by Yolanda Law on September 4, 2011 at 11:48pm
Article on real life Happy Feet Penguin that was rescued in New Zealand. The one year old penguin fell sick by eating sand thinking it was snow! Poor baby! Penguin was released back into the wild...with a GPS tracker to make sure this penguin finds it's way back home!

You can track this penguin as well online web cams are set up! Here's hoping for a happy ending!
Comment by Ella Dean on September 8, 2011 at 7:31am

10 Most Unusual Dog and Cat Names for 2011


  1. Almost-A-Dog
  2. Franco Furter
  3. Stinkie Mcstinkerson
  4. Sir Seamus McPoop
  5. Audrey Shepburn
  6. Dewey Decimell
  7. Knuckles Capone
  8. Beagle Lugosi
  9. Shooter Mclovin
  10. Uzi Duzi-Du


  1. Ozzy Pawsbourne
  2. Mr. Meowgi
  3. Murderface
  4. Fuglee
  5. Scruffernutter
  6. Corporal Cuddles
  7. Cat Masterson
  8. Spam
  9. Tape W. Orm
  10. Louisiana Purchase
Comment by Ella Dean on September 9, 2011 at 6:33pm
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Comment by Ella Dean on September 20, 2011 at 8:11pm

Harbor is an 8-year-old purebred black and tan coonhound from Colorado whom you'll find in this latest edition of the Guinness book. What exactly did Harbor do to earn a place among Guinness's world-record holders? Just look at the photo! At 12.25 inches and 13.5 inches, Harbor's dog ears are the longest in the world!

Comment by Ella Dean on September 23, 2011 at 2:06pm

Deformed puppy, rescued from trash, learns to walk

Comment by Yolanda Law on October 4, 2011 at 9:44pm
Did anyone read about the Two-Faced Cat that made it into the 2012 Guinness World Records?  Frank and Louie (the name of the face on the left is Frank, face on the right is Louie) are the longest surviving member of a group of cats named Janus Cats, named for a Roman god with two faces.  They are 12 years old!  The normal life expectancy of Janus Cats is one to four DAYS old!!!  Frank and Louie were born with two faces, two mouths, two noses and three eyes.  Their owner in Worcester, Mass rescued them from being euthanized when they were one day old!  Janus cats almost never survive, most have congenital defects, including a cleft palate that makes it difficult for them to nurse and often causes them to slowly starve or the milk gets into their lungs and cause pneumonia.  The owner thanks God every day he still has them!  What an amazing story!
Comment by Aalia Comere on October 11, 2011 at 3:20pm


Dogs cared for throughout their early years live longer than ever before. It's not unusual for Toy-breed dogs to live into their mid-to-late teens and even big dogs today enjoy a decade or more of happy life with a loving owner. A longer life, though, can leave your dog befuddled when canine brains turn to mush.

Dogs aged 11 to 16 are most likely to develop Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD), sort of the doggy version of Alzheimer's Disease. CCD is a medical condition in which a starch-like waxy protein called beta amyloid collects in the brain and causes behavior changes.

Affected dogs become disoriented, wander, cry and pace, and can become lost in the house when out of your sight. Their behavior can change from confident to frightened, and the awake/sleep cycles may turn upside down. Dogs can forget house training, how to find the door or be unable to tell you when they need to "go." And most heartbreaking of all, senile dogs lose interest in petting, ignore their beloved owners or furry friends, and might not recognize you.

Treating Doggy Senility
While there's no cure for CCD, the drug Anipryl (selegiline hydrochloride) is FDA-approved to treat cognitive dysfunction in dogs. According to veterinary researchers, about one third of treated dogs return to normal, another one third are somewhat helped and the final one third aren't helped at all. There also are special diets designed to help turn back the clock on canine senility. Sadly, even improved dogs eventually revert and again develop senility signs.

7 Tips To Keep Canine Brains Youthful
A longer life is not necessarily a better life, especially if your dog no longer recognizes you. But there are ways to help your dog stay connected with the world and ward off signs of CCD, simply by exercising his brain.

Brain function studies in dogs proved that problem-solving activities kept them sharp, connected to the world around them, and even extended their lifespan. Just as with people, canine mental and physical stimulation drastically improves your dog's cognitive function. "Use it or lose it" applies to dogs just as it does to humans. Here are 10 tips to keep King mentally spry into his old age.

Don't delay. Keep dogs both mentally and physically spry from puppyhood on. That helps prevent or at least slow brain aging changes.

Make Play a Daily Treat. Interactive games keep your dog engaged with you and reward him for responding. Toys don't need to be expensive, either. Old socks become tug toys and used tennis balls work great for fetch. They're even more attractive if old and they smell like the owner.

Slim Pudgy Pooches. Overweight dogs have trouble exercising and avoid moving which can allow joints-and brains-to rust. Ask your vet for a slimming program that's safe for your overweight canine.

Adopt Another Pet. Proper introductions of a playful younger cat or dog can serve as a furry fountain of youth to an old-fogey dog. Even if he's irked at the young whippersnapper, keeping Junior-Pet in line can keep your dog sharp.

Practice Commands. Just because he's old doesn't mean he can't perform. Practice the pleasures that make King's heart leap for joy-for obedience champions, put him through his paces. If he has trouble, adjust the F
Comment by Yolanda Law on January 7, 2012 at 10:50am

A new Maryland law went into effect on January 1 to help decrease the number of pets who suffer from antifreeze poisoning each year. The new law requires a bitter-tasting additive be incorporated to deter pets from ingesting the usually sweet-tasting toxin. There are 17 states that have enacted such laws, including: Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin. 

Comment by Yolanda Law on January 9, 2012 at 3:04pm

Dogs Provide Reading Help to Once Homeless Children

Published January 4, 2012 | By Lori Thomas Dickert


Seattle, WA - Service dogs have it good in Seattle where they are a key component in helping once homeless children improve their reading skills.  These at-risk children have the perfect enticement to sit down and read a book; the company of dogs that just want to keep them company.  Once a week these service dogs visit the Brettler Family Place, a housing center in Seattle’s Sand Point neighborhood, lending their ears as twenty children prepare to read aloud, enhancing their reading skills and learning the importance of spending time with books!

Comment by Yolanda Law on February 1, 2012 at 9:11pm

Latest Chinese Craze for dogs

A new trend has EXPLODED in China’s upper class where people are transforming their pets into miniature versions of animals or just dyeing them crazy colors but Pandas seem to be a big hit and obviously their favorite. It’s become a huge industry and people are spending THOUSANDS on professional hair dyes, salon cuts, accessories, you name it!






















And you thought you’d seen everything!  Puppies dyed to look like Pandas!

Comment by Gigi Hayes on September 16, 2013 at 2:54pm

How much do you LOVE YOUR PET?

First women to hold a seat on the NYSE bequeathed $100,000.00 to a friend to care for her dog. -


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