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Happy Saint Roch's Day! (August 16) by Opinicus[_3_]
Happy Saint Roch's Day! (August 16) Saint Roch is the patron saint of dogs. Also of bachelors, diseased cattle, falsely-accused people, invalids, Istanbul, surgeons, tile-makers, gravediggers, second-hand dealers, pilgrims, and apothecaries. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Roch
August 15th 16 08:09 AM
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The many and varied benefits of being owned by a dog by Opinicus[_3_]
Took Balim to the groomer's in Izmir today. On the way back we got stopped for an ID check. The cop took one look at Balim and decided we were OK. The benefits of dog ownership are many and varied. ;-) -- Bob The joint that time is out of www.kanyak.com
July 23rd 16 08:44 PM
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re-home by [email protected]
trying to re-home a dog who recently bit a child. no prior bites, does well with other dogs and adults. any suggestions or resources?
June 17th 16 08:24 PM
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Dog trainer research survey by cshenk
Alison wrote in rec.pets.dogs.behavior: -- Hey there. The hell with the folks who say we can't turn this into pet chat. How'd it turn out with your dogs?
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June 17th 16 08:21 PM
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A rescue star by cshenk
Notes from a Rescue Dog Once I was a lonely dog just looking for a home. I had no place to go, no one to call my own. I wandered up and down the streets in rain, in heat, in snow. I ate whatever I could find, I was always on the go. My skin would itch, my feet were sore, and my body ached with...
May 22nd 16 09:37 AM
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John DeRosa's above comment by [email protected]
I am a bit frustrated as my poor little pooch's rear end is perpetually stinky. Even after he has the glands fully expressed professionally his rear still smells not so pleasant. My other dog, who is his blood brother from another litter, has no issues with odor whatsoever. I should mention that...
May 4th 16 05:47 PM
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Shiloh Shepherd: dangerous dogs by [email protected].com
There is no wolf in Shiloh show herds and they are not in any way known for aggression. This entire thread is silly.
March 12th 16 10:36 PM
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February 5th 16 09:18 AM
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Are Choo-Hooves safe? by [email protected]
On Saturday, February 10, 2001 at 12:02:18 PM UTC-7, Penny wrote: I've heard all the arguments against rawhide and have stopped giving my dog those even though she prefers it so much more than her nyla/gumabones. I was just wondering if there was evidence to indicate that the cow hooves ...
January 2nd 16 02:27 AM
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Sheep dog rescues flock from flooded river in Ambleside by Opinicus[_3_]
"23 December 2015 - "A sheep dog led a rescue operation when a flock of sheep got cut off after the latest spell of heavy rain in Cumbria. The loyal canine paddled across the swollen river in Ambleside to round up the sheep. The flock and the dog all reached the safety of dry...
December 26th 15 10:01 AM
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Bradford whippet eats bag of ecstasy tablets by Opinicus[_3_]
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leeds-34603374 "A whippet received emergency medical treatment after eating a bag of "ecstasy tablets. "Seventeen-month old Blue was on a walk with his elderly owner in "Bradford when he sniffed out a bag of heart-shaped pills and started "eating them. "The...
October 22nd 15 11:33 AM
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Dogs 'can trace origins to Central Asia' by Opinicus[_3_]
"Today's dogs can trace their origins to Central Asia, according to one of the most comprehensive genetic surveys yet." http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-34577200 -- Bob A shack on Sungoo www.kanyak.com
October 20th 15 05:19 AM
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Boston Terrier "Humping" by LDRS News Glo
I wrote a few weeks ago about my problem with my new 10 month old Boston Terrier, who is now 11 months. The problem was he was "humping" my two Pugs. It's subsided a lot. He does, however, still try to do it to dogs at the park. I have him on a 15 ft. lead, so I can monitor his behavior. Is there...
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June 23rd 15 07:35 AM
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My dog poops in the back of my truck by [email protected]
My dog is the same she was abused before we got her and she is a great pereinrese/Australian shepared she has a friend that goes up and doesn't poop but she does, she always gets into trubble by my dad and he has to clean the truck put every time she only poops in the back when my dad drives not my...
June 20th 15 10:05 PM
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My dogs butt still smells fishy, even 2 days after having her analglands expressed?! by [email protected]
I adopted an english bulldog about 2 weeks ago. 5 days ago, her rear end started stinking really bad. This is the worst smell I have ever smelled! There was also a sticky, wax-like substance leaking out of her anus and sticking and hardening onto her tail. She has a docked tail, that is tight to...
June 12th 15 12:52 PM
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Pack power: The wolves of Yellowstone provide some surprising survival lessons by Opinicus[_3_]
(The Economist, May 30th 2015) Don't let the grey hair fool you Like people, wolves have found that there are benefits to be had living in a group. Together they can more effectively take down large prey, raise families and defend their territory. The received wisdom is that there are also costs...
May 31st 15 02:49 PM
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Hilarious! by mur
"Causing the animals to exist is not "contributing to their lives."" - Goo
May 29th 15 09:45 PM
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David Harrison Vs Jonathan Ball - the verdict by mur
On Mon, 25 May 2015 08:46:51 +0100, Derek wrote: .. Jonathan Ball has hounded and bullied David Harrison for more than 15 years here on a.a.e.v. over his non-utilitarian variant on the subject of bringing about a better outcome for farm animals by continuing to...
May 29th 15 08:53 PM
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I usually dont post stuff like this, but... by Eric Garcetti
everybody please pray for my dog, hes at the vet right now because tonight was our date night and i didn't have any peanut butter so i improvised and lathered the good ol anaconda up with nutella and i didn't remember that it was chocolate until he licked all the nutella off, okay well i...
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May 29th 15 02:19 AM
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"halties"? do they work? by [email protected]
I have a Lab/German Shepherd/St Bernard/Springer Spaniel and she is the smartest dog I have ever had, she will only cross a road when I tell her to, and mill not step in the road until I say cross, but will not walk on any kind of leash w/o pulling until she is tired. She weighs 100 lbs and is a...
March 5th 15 11:44 PM
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