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Rabies & Microchip Clinic

December 15, 2010

Title: Rabies & Microchip ClinicLocation: NHSPCA Stratham, NHDescription: $25.00 per animal for a 3 year vaccine (with proof of a previous 1 or 3 year vaccine.) If you do not have proof of prior vaccine, your animal can receive a 1 year vaccine for $15.00. MicroChip: $35 per chip includes implant and registration with HomeAgain® Call 603-772-2921 Ext 118 for more information.Date: 2011-05-15
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Rabies & Microchip Clinic

December 15, 2010

Title: Rabies & Microchip ClinicLocation: NHSPCA Stratham, NHDescription: $25.00 per animal for a 3 year vaccine (with proof of a previous 1 or 3 year vaccine.) If you do not have proof of prior vaccine, your animal can receive a 1 year vaccine for $15.00. MicroChip: $35 per chip includes implant and registration with HomeAgain® Call 603-772-2921 Ext 118 for more information.Date: 2011-04-17
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Homeowners Insurance

December 13, 2010

Fairly or not, homeowners insurance can be difficult to obtain for owners of certain breeds due to the negative publicity surrounding those breeds.  Starting in 2011, thanks to the American Kennel Club, the Hartford Insurance company is offering coverage to owners of AKC registered dogs who have met certain criteria that includes passing the AKC Canine Good Citizen Test.  From their press release: “The Hartford and the AKC recognize the importance of responsible dog ownership. In support of this alliance, the Hartford will offer...
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Pet Photos with Santa

December 8, 2010

On Friday, Dec 10th, at the Belmont Mall,  the Lakes Region Kennel Club will be hosting “Pet Photos With Santa” to raise money for their Pet Oxygen Mask Fund.  Here’s your chance to have fun and support a good cause. The Lakes Region Kennel Club  Pet Oxygen Mask Fund In 2007, the Lakes Region Kennel Club, a non profit organization, started the Pet Oxygen Mask (POM) Fund. These masks are given to local emergency and  rescue departments in  New Hampshire to aid in resuscitation...
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NH Dog wins National Championship

December 7, 2010

‘Reckon an Australian Shepherd Wins Best in Show at the Tenth Annual AKC/ Eukanuba National Championship Show National Champion Emerges From Nearly 2,500 Canine Competitors LONG BEACH, Calif., Dec. 6, 2010 / The AKC/Eukanuba National Championship Best in Show honors and $50,000 in prize money went to CH Propwash Reckon, an Australian Shepherd known affectionately as “Reckon” owned by Leslie Frank and Judy Harrington of Kensington, New Hampshire. Before a crowd at the Long Beach Convention Center Sunday night “Reckon” was crowned “National Champion”...
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Easy to make Holiday Dog Neck Band

December 6, 2010

Nancy Holmes You will need enough of your favorite holiday wire edged ribbon to go around your dog’s neck. Choose a width ribbon suitable for your size dog. Matching thread to sew the ends of the ribbon band shut Dental Floss (optional) Bells (optional) choose a size right for your size dog. A regular sewing needle A larger needle with a bigger eye (optional but needed if you choose to add bells to the collar) Some safety pins if you plan to use bells...
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Fun hunting rabbit with a good dog

December 2, 2010

Pat Rollins, the outdoor writer for The Citizen, has a column up about the first rabbit hunt of the season.  It describes the joy a dog has in doing what it was bred to do – in this case, a Beagle on a rabbit hunt. “You should have been here a half-hour ago,” Pete said. “The old boy saw me put on my coat and pick up my shotgun and he went nuts. When I put him outside he must have sprinted around the...
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Randy Pierce and Quinn on NH Chronicle

December 1, 2010

Tonight at 7:30, NH Chronicle will feature Randy Pierce and his guide dog, Quinn.  From the WMUR site: “Randy Pierce is blind and Quinn is his guide dog. Together the dynamic duo is working to climb all of NH’s 48 mountains that rise about 4,000 feet. The project is called 20/20 Vision Quest and it’s raising money to help blind people across the state. Jennifer Crompton got to hike along side them and has their inspiring story.” For more information on how you can help...
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VIN News:Raw food diets for pets chock-full of controversy, complexity

November 29, 2010

The Veterinary Information Network (VIN) has an interesting article about feeding your pets raw meats.  They quote a New Hampshire veterinarian, Dr. Richard McAroy, who is against it and doesn’t allow it in boarding clients. Here’s a sample of the article, but do read the whole.  It is a balanced report of the pros and cons of feeding your do or cat uncooked meat. VIN News. November 22, 2010 By: Carrie Peyton Dahlberg For The VIN News Service “Raw food and boarding don’t mix...
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NPR Fresh Air: Helping Your ‘Good Old Dog’ Navigate Aging

November 24, 2010
NPR Fresh Air: Helping Your ‘Good Old Dog’ Navigate Aging

Nicholas Dodman visited with Terry Gross on NPR’s Fresh Air.  Here’s a taste: “As dogs age, taking care of them becomes more difficult. Owners of aging dogs often struggle with their pets’ dementia and incontinence — as well as navigating through the maze of end-of-life care decisions. Veterinary behaviorist Nicholas Dodman is the head of the Animal Behavior department at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and has worked with aging dogs for decades. He says that old age isn’t a disease, but a...
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Dogs Don’t Understand Basic Concepts Like Moving

November 22, 2010
Dogs Don’t Understand Basic Concepts Like Moving

This is brilliant. From the hyperboleandahalf blog: Packing all of your belongings into a U-Haul and then transporting them across several states is nearly as stressful and futile as trying to run away from lava in swim fins. I know this because my boyfriend Duncan and I moved from Montana to Oregon last month.  But as harrowing as the move was for us, it was nothing compared to the confusion and insecurity our two dogs had to endure. Allie Brosh / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0
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Happy Holidays!

November 22, 2010

An oldie but goodie. We'll see you in 2011!
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