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Pet Friendly Canada Newsletter - January 2009

PET QUOTES
"An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language." (Martin Buber)

"There's no need for a piece of sculpture in a home that has a cat." (Wesley Bates)

THE HOPE A DOG CAN GIVE - JUNO'S STORY

I wanted a poodle; I got a pit bull instead. Standing in the scant dog run at an NYC pound, a volunteer came out with a fawn colored 65lb, adult female Pit Bull mix that was far too regal to be homeless let alone on death row. The dog looked at me with desperation and hope... [ Continue reading... ]

PHOTOS FROM PROUD PET PARENTS


"This is Sammy. He is two years old and not too sure what to make of this stuffy."
- Linda from Abbotsford, BC

"This is a picture of our Bengal kitten, Saida Sahara de Marrakech, playing with her duck. She was adopted at six weeks and has been growing like a weed. She is very possessive of her “ducky” and will not let anyone, human, canine or feline, play with it."
- Val F. of Whitby, Ontario

   

"Left: Bala is our playful 7 yr old Lab/Malamute. She is a rescue puppy from the Gravenhurst Animal Shelter. She loves to run in the tall grass at the "Common", the off-leash dog park we share with many other dog lovers!

Right: Bala with her friends, Sally (Dalmatian) & Henry (Labradoodle)."

- Jody E. from Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

TRAINING YOUR DOG THE RIGHT WAY

Whether your dog is just a puppy or well into adulthood, there are many things you, as a pet owner, need to be aware of. Training your dog is an important step in starting off on the right foot and teaching him obedience. All dogs - no matter how old - need some form of training so that they can be easily handled in all situations. [ Continue reading... ]

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