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Mimi Matthews

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From Pugs, Pekingese, and Japanese Spaniels to Wolfhounds, Basset Hounds, and Sled Dogs, Alexandra of Denmark had them all--and all at the same time.  On this week's Animals in Literature & History, I bring you a tour of Sandringham Kennels circa 1901.
#History   #Victorian   #Dogs  
Alexandra of Denmark married Queen Victoria’s son and heir, Albert Edward, on March 10, 1863. She was a noted dog lover marrying into a family of noted dog lovers. The resulting menagerie of cani…
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Animal grief in the 19th century, including graveyard vigils kept dogs and the pet monkey that committed suicide.
#Animals   #History   #Grief   #19thCentury  
During the 19th century, attributing human feelings to animals was generally considered to be more sentimentality than science. Nevertheless, Regency and Victorian era reports abound of dogs who w…
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I shared this before but we gotta get these signed into law BEFORE NEXT WINTER. OR SUMMER... NO MORE DOGS FREEZING TO DEATH OR DOING OF HEAT EXHAUSTION.

The vet guideline is if YOU CAN'T STAND more than five seconds on concrete, ice, the ground with your bare hand, then it's too hot or cold for them. If you need a heavy coat, they need at least a sweater. If you need a sweater, they need a light windbreaker or Doggie tee-shirt.

These animals we NOT PUT ON THIS EARTH TO GUARD YOUR HOUSE AND YARD. They are family, indoor pets. If you don't have the means to keep a pet warm or cool INSIDE WITH YOU then you DO NOT have the means to have a pet at all!!!!
As recent cases of neglect, due to dogs being left out in the cold have come to light in New York, it has been made clear that some changes need to be made to Article 26B ( Agriculture and Market Law- relating to Cruelty to Animals ). I would like to follow Indiana's example and require that no dog be...
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LOVING DOGS

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FUNNY REACTION WITH COFFEE

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Dog Make Strange Noises
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Important Reasons & Benefits Your Dog Should Have the Right Type of Bed: http://bit.ly/1PoERY5

Does your dog have their own bed, do they share yours, or do they seem comfortable napping anywhere? Tell us in the comments below!
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Mimi Matthews

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The 19th century tale of an attorney, a dog thief, an Italian Greyhound, and the application of a unique - and somewhat antiquated - law.
#History   #Dogs   #Law   #Paris  
An 1860 edition of England’s Bedfordshire Mercury reports a “curious scene” from Paris. An attorney was walking his Italian Greyhound on the Boulevard Beaumarchais when he realized that the delica...
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+Eco-gites of Lénault I'm so glad you enjoyed it :)
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The Dog's Nursemaid: An 1840 Case at the French Police Correctionelle involving a battered maid, a Brussels Griffon, and a "parchment-cheeked" spinster.
#Dogs   #Victorian   #History  
A September 8, 1840 edition of London’s Morning Post reports the “humorous story” of a case that came before a French Police Correctionelle. The plaintiff in the case, a young nursemaid by the nam...
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A few cases of life-threatening tick-borne disease Babesiosis have been reported in the UK recently. Do you know what to look out for? 
As if I didn’t want to wrap Stella in cotton wool enough already, a new health concern has recently come to light. You’ve probably seen snippets on your social media feeds and in the news about the outbreak of tick-borne disease Babesiosis, but here are some more facts about it plus what symptoms to look …
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On this week’s edition of Animals in Literature and History, the story of Barnaby and Burgho, two Bloodhounds brought to London in 1888 to help in the hunt for Jack the Ripper.
#Victorian   #Dogs  
In October of 1888, a series of brutal murders in Whitechapel prompted the London Metropolitan Police to consider hiring Bloodhounds to hunt down the elusive killer we know today as Jack the Ripper…
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Stella & I are doing a sponsored walk in aid of Hearing Dogs For Deaf People, we would be so grateful if any of you would consider a small donation :) 
Each year Stella and I like to help with fundraising for one of our favourite charities. On previous occasions we’ve done sponsored walks for Wood Green and Papworth Hospital, Comic Relief, Guide Dogs For The Blind, Walk In The Dark, and Medical Detection Dogs. This year it’s the turn of Hearing Dogs For Deaf People …
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Love Small Dogs? Meet 9 of The More Popular Miniature Dog Breeds: http://bit.ly/1NMq9HL

Miniature dogs meet many unique family needs. Whether living in an apartment or looking for a dog that isn’t too large to knock down young children, miniature dog breeds are often a better choice for some families. 
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Mimi Matthews

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On this week's edition of Animals in Literature and History, the story of the Victorian era Scottish Deerhounds at Windsor Great Park. According to Queen Victoria's gamekeeper, they were the only true Deerhounds in England.

#Victorian   #History   #Dogs  
In his 1825 novel, The Talisman, Sir Walter Scott famously refers to the Scottish Deerhound as “a most perfect creature of heaven.” A truly noble and majestic breed, the purebred Scottish or “Scot...
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LOVING DOGS

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Hello my friends!!! Recently i bought a house only for dogs, to care them and protect them!! And after that i made my first channel on youtube about these dogs!! I really love what i do and hope someday i will buy a bigger house for rescuing dogs and bring them back to normal and happy life!! Hope you would like and share my channel!! I really hope that you will subscribe to my channel. All i need is your subscribe :)
www.youtube.com/c/LOVINGDOGS
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LOVING DOGS

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Hello my friends!!! Recently i bought a house only for dogs, to care them and protect them!! And after that i made my first channel on youtube about these dogs!! I really love what i do and hope someday i will buy a bigger house for rescuing dogs and bring them back to normal and happy life!! Hope you would like and share my channel!! I really hope that you will subscribe to my channel. All i need is your subscribe :)
www.youtube.com/c/LOVINGDOGS
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Susan Keefe

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Happy Christmas everyone - a short film Christmas film.
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Mimi Matthews

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On this Friday’s edition of Animals in Literature and History, I bring you the story of author Emily Brontë’s bulldog, Keeper. Some 19th century critics called him her familiar!
#Literature   #History   #Dogs  
During their short lives at Haworth Parsonage in West Yorkshire, the Brontë sisters kept a veritable menagerie of household pets. Dogs, cats, and even canaries feature heavily in their letters and...
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