"Never try to outstubborn a cat." (Lazarus Long)
"My two dogs, Noss and Chata, went through Hurricane Katrina. Unfortunately we had to go to a shelter, and during the storm my fence came down and the dogs escaped. My neighbor across the street had decided to ride out the storm, so he retrieved my dogs and put them in his yard - only to have his own fence blown down. Once again, the dogs got out but he was able to get them back.
Two days after the storm, Noss got out again and was barking at another neighbor's dog through the fence. The neighbor decided he had enough of the barking and shot Noss. We went searching for a vet and came across a clinic where a vet was checking on the animals. He treated my dog and gave him medication and commented that Noss was a very lucky dog. He charged us just $5.00 for the pills.
When we returned home my neighbor helped me mend my fence. Still, ten days later, both dogs would find another hole and escape once again, only this time we were unable to find them. I entered my dogs into PetFinder.com along with their photos, and then hoped for the best.
"Male Nurse Maid Harley, my miniature pinscher to my black lab Shadow who tore her anterior cruciate ligament."
"This is a photo of Zak on a slide. He enjoys joining me in all of my zany activities!"
- Lori B. of Scottsdale, AZ
"Indian Fantail Pigeons Blackie & White."
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Autumn, or fall in Canada is when trees put on a colourful display of yellows, oranges and reds. At high elevations, larches light up the mountain sides with their bright golden needles. The cooler autumn temperatures make this a very pleasant season for hiking, both for you and your dog.
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Article courtesy of Dog Hiking Canada, a collection of hiking tips and articles for hiking with your dog in western Canada.