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Dolly theDoxie
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I am Dolly the Doxie a rescue dog.
I am Dolly the Doxie a rescue dog.

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It’s been almost three weeks, February 28th, since we visited the internal medicine veterinary specialist at Premier Veterinary Group. Premier is also a 24-hour emergency hospital in our neighborhood, which unfortunately the Lady I rescued visited…

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I suppose you are wondering where the Lady I rescued and I have been so far this year. We’ve found that January and February are not good months for us, mostly because of the weather. We hibernated all through the gloomy January days and despite the…

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In my recent interview with Dr. Natalie Marks I learned how extremely contagious and dangerous the canine influenza virus (CIV), or more commonly know as the dog flu, is. What is Dog Flu — is your Dog at Risk? Canine influenza virus or dog flu, is a…

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Last August I published a story about Tree House Humane Society’s sudden overhaul and unexpected firings of their management team, followed by Steve Dale’s departure after serving 12 years on their Board of Directors. After publishing my story,…

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What can you do about a strange dog behavior? Maybe it’s not strange to us, but if you ask the Lady I rescued, humor them. I know its been mentioned a lot in my blog, about me wanting to bury things like bully sticks and other chews. But the Lady doesn’t…

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It’s time for the annual Pet Blogger Challenge! If you aren’t a blogger you probably won’t find this post very interesting. But, it’s a great time for us bloggers to review the last year and set goals for the new year. Our thanks to Amy from…

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Remember my Puppy Mill Awareness Day story on Regina, the Bulldog saved by the National Mill Dog Rescue, then winning 1-800-PetMeds Cares™ Change a Pet’s Life Contest?  Regina received life-saving medical care and went on to a loving, forever home, and…

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Pet obesity is the biggest health threat to our cats and dogs for the new year. The non-stop TV ads for diets like Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig are already starting, along with special deals on gym memberships for all the people who made a New Year’s…

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The Christmas holidays are one of the most dangerous seasons for your pets. Christmas trees, ornaments, decorations along with candy and nuts, pose serious health hazards to pets. Combine this with winter weather when pets spend more time indoors, and…

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What is it about cats wanting to climb up high? I’m talking indoor cats, not the outdoor ones with claws that can climb trees and fences to hunt and escape predators. The Lady I rescued and I are dealing with lots of recent mischief from Rhette. From his…
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