“PORTSMOUTH NH— ‘Pooh’ isn’t exactly the spry pup he used to be, but even hard of hearing 20-year-old poodles enjoy a day of pampering every once in a while.
It was for this reason that Pooh enjoyed a trim and nail clipping on Tuesday that has him looking fine as he heads into his 21st year.
Longtime Portsmouth resident Janet Goodreau — the owner of a dog estimated to be easily over hundred years old in human years — said her fuzzy companion is often described as one of the oldest animals brought to his veterinarian or groomer, but she said he remains a playful animal whose longevity might be attributed to a slightly unusual diet and top-shelf treatment.”
Full story: Over 100 in people years: 20-year-old Portsmouth pooch gets a bit of pampering – Fosters
“PHILADELPHIA Hannah grabs the tennis ball out of the air, drops it on the floor, and nudges it toward the colorful plastic pins with her nose.
She scores a spare – and a chicken-flavored treat.
Not bad for an 8-year-old yellow Lab who started bowling only a few months ago (albeit eons in dog years) at Doggie Style’s Camp Dogwood, the Philadelphia pet boutique and dog care that provides cognitively challenging activities to its four-legged charges.”
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“PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (WPIX) – More than 100 puppies rescued from 14 Missouri ‘puppy mills’ will be up for adoption on Long Island this Saturday.
The dogs are currently under the care of the North Shore Animal League America (NSALA), which announced Tuesday that the dogs from their partner, National Mill Dog Rescue, had arrived. Before they go up for adoption, all the animals will be spayed or neutered and given full medical checkups.
‘Puppy mills’ are companies that breed dogs for sale to pet stores and are not illegal.”
Full story:More than 100 puppies rescued from 14 Missouri “puppy mills” will be up for adoption on Long Island this Saturday. – WPIX
: “A Lexington woman has launched a ‘safe haven’ for mentally and physically impaired dogs, and she has big plans”
Lucky dogs get love, care at Jo’s Hope – Neighbors – Kentucky.com