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Natural Remedies with Essential Oils for Pets

July 15, 2011

Title: Natural Remedies & Green Living with Essential Oils Description: Our animal companions are at risk for the same things (chronic disease and compromised immunity) as humans when exposed to chemical toxins.  Attend this workshop to learn how to protect them from the dangers of environmental, home and medicinal chemicals and how to support their health naturally.  We’ll discuss using oils for: •Repelling pests •Kennel cough •Ear problems •Calming anxiety and stress •Orthopedic problems •Cleaning •Digestive problems •Neutralizing odors •Skin problems •Air purification and...
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Working with Dogs and Children

July 15, 2011

Title: Working with Dogs and Children Description: For Anyone interested in learning more about working with dogs and children. The importance of outreach to child-related facilities and how to use fun and games to prepare our dogs and teach the family. Contact: Dogs@nhdogs.org or nhpetsonline.com Date/Time: July 30, 2011 from 9am – 12pm Location: Whipple Free Library,  Community Program Room, 67 Mount Vernon Rd, New Boston, NH  603-487-3391 Cost: $15 without a dog, $20 with dog (limit one dog per registration and ten dogs...
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Seacoast Cat Club Cat Show

April 15, 2011

Seacoast Cat Club Cat Show Everett Arena 15 Loudon Rd Concord, NH Seacoast Cat Club, an affiliate club of The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA), is proud to announce its annual event to be held at the Everett Arena in Concord, New Hampshire, on April 30 from 10am to 4pm and May 1 from 10am to 3pm. If you drop by either day at any time, you will find something of interest. Contact person/Show Information: /603-526-4688 or ttlluu@tds.net Seacoast Cat Club. Admission $7 for adults...
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Is Your Child Dog Safe?

January 24, 2011
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By Nancy Holmes 1/2011 Many children love animals and will happily approach any dog they see, wanting of course to pet or play with it. Some parents grab their children and pull them away in fear telling the child to get away from the strange dog. Sometimes this gets a reaction from a dog that might otherwise have been fine with a child. Sometimes the dog’s owner feels badly about the parent scaring the child and teaching that dogs are to be feared. Some...
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Police dept mourns loss of K-9 Wess | SeacoastOnline.com

January 21, 2011
Police dept mourns loss of K-9 Wess | SeacoastOnline.com

Our sympathies go out to Officer Scott Pearl and the Portsmouth Police. Portsmouth police K-9 Wess, shown with his handler Scott Pearl in this file photo, was put to sleep Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011.  Elizabeth Dinan file photo January 19, 2011 11:55 AM PORTSMOUTH — After a short career of tracking crime suspects, sniffing out drugs and bridging the police department to the community, 5-year-old police K-9 Wess died Tuesday after suffering from an intestinal disorder. Wess was the sidekick and partner of Officer...
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Morris Animal Foundation | Celebrity Judge Betty White Chooses Winning Cat Photograph for Contest

January 20, 2011
Morris Animal Foundation | Celebrity Judge Betty White Chooses Winning Cat Photograph for Contest

Cats are notoriously hard to photograph, but the results can be well worth the effort. This was certainly the case for Morris Animal Foundation’s first Happy Healthy Cat Photo Contest, sponsored by Sergeant’s Pet Care Products and judged by longtime foundation trustee and actor Betty White. Hundreds of funny, outrageous and adorable cat photos were submitted to the Happy Healthy Cat Campaign’s and Sergeant’s contest websites. Only the best of the best made it to the final round and were sent to Betty White...
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NH Breeder to be awarded a commendation from the Governor

January 12, 2011
NH Breeder to be awarded a commendation from the Governor

On January 18th at 12 in the  lobby of the Legislative Office Building, a commendation from the Governor will be presented to Leslie Frank, the New Hampshire breeder and owner of the Australian Shepherd that won BIS at the 2010 AKC/Eukanuba National Championships. This shines such a positive light on dog breeders and everyone is welcome to attend. It’s a great way to support dog breeding in NH If you know you will be there in advance please rsvp by email.  Hope you can make...
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Upcoming Training Classes

January 10, 2011
LRKC Meredith Training Classes

The Lakes Region Kennel Club will be offering training classes at both the Meredith Community Center and Gilford Youth Center. Training your dog is one of the best things you can do.  Studies have shown that dogs which are trained are much more likely to stay with their owners for their entire life.  For more information about the classes and the Lakes Region Kennel Club, please visit their site. They are offering classes in the following: Obedience AKC Star Puppy AKC Canine Good Citizen...
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Skijoring

January 8, 2011

Just in time for the latest storm, here's a video showing N.H.'s state dog, the Chinook, getting skijoring training. According to Sled Dog Central, skijoring is one of America's fastest growing dog sports. Click more for the video.
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Sled dog derby folks expect fine conditions for event

January 5, 2011

With winter here, it is sled dog racing season, again.  The Citizen is reporting that: “Despite the rapid disappearance of snow from last week’s blizzard, organizers of the Laconia World Championship Sled Dog Derby are optimistic that there’ll be plenty of the white stuff in time for the 81st running of the event next month. Managed by the Lakes Region Sled Dog Club, the derby is scheduled for Feb. 12-14 and “if we have a normal winter,” meaning that there’ll be average snowfall, it...
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Nosework

January 3, 2011
Nosework

Have you ever heard of doing nosework with your dog?  Neither had we, but the All Dogs Gym and Inn is offering a free  K9 Nosework Workshop on January 19th.  Here’s what they say about it: K9 Nosework is all about your dog using his strongest sense — his sense of smell. Your dog’s nose is busy — Exploring, getting acquainted, hunting, playing, learning. At last, here’s a fun activity for virtually all dogs and owners to do together. Think of it as “tracking...
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Does your dog take his Vitamins?

December 17, 2010

From the Pet Connection (one of our favorite sites) comes a review of some of the common vitamins your dog needs and the signs of either a vitamin deficiency or too much of any vitamin. Becoming acquainted with the signs of vitamin deficiency and excess can help us identify contributors to chronic ailments in our companions. We can then “consider the source” of vitamins and then add foods rich in daily requirements that might otherwise be missing from the diet. Be sure and read...
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