Wednesday, the Puggle who has been lost since January 11th, has been found! She was seen in the woods near the Rochester Fair Grounds; her owner was called; and now she is home sleeping on her couch. Read more of the story of Wednesday’s miraculous rescue. Tweet Read more »
The Dog Guide Users of NH are looking for people to be on their team for the 7th Annual Blind Awareness Walk-A-Thon to be held in Concord on June 5th. They are trying to raise $1000 to support the New Hampshire Association for the Blind. You can sign up to be on their... Read more »
Fosters is reporting that the 2010 Laconia World Championship Sled Dog Derby has been cancelled due to conditions. Lyman said the decision was based on safety considerations for the mushers and dogs and the fact that he and other LRSDC club volunteers could not construct a workable course for the derby. The sled dog... Read more »
Rochester: Wednesday, an 18 month old female puggle, has been missing since January 11th when she squeezed through a gap in the fence. Her owner has been searching ever since – putting up posters, calling veterinary hospitals and shelters. Now, her owner has created a web site – findwednesday.com in hopes that will help... Read more »
On Saturday, February 20 at 1 p.m., Drs. Lori Gordon and Janet Merrill, both veterinarians and members of the Massachusetts Task Force 1 Urban Search and Rescue Team, will present a discussion of the use of trained rescue dogs in search and rescue operations in settings of urban destruction.
Due to lack of snow, the 81st Laconia World Championship Sled Dog Derby will not be held this weekend. It is now scheduled for March 5th, 6th, and 7th pending snowfall. For more information, please check the Lakes Region Sled Dog Club’s site. Tweet Read more »
One of the best things about New Hampshire – the local Fire Departments. LACONIA — An arthritic dog unable to make it off the ice of Lake Opechee was rescued by Laconia firefighters at about 8:30 a.m. Monday. Fire Chief Ken Erickson reported that firefighters donned their cold-water rescue suits before venturing onto the... Read more »
From the Littleton Courier – Beer’s most recognizable—and beloved—mascots trotted into town last week, spending two days being photographed against a New England winter backdrop. The Budweiser Clydesdales, along with their team of handlers, several photographers and a Dalmatian named Bud, spent Wednesday and Thursday at The Rocks Estate and the Adair Country Inn,... Read more »