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It’s time to let the dogs out this weekend for the Seventh Annual Ahwatukee Dog Show at Ahwatukee Park, 4700 E. Warner Road.
The Seventh Annual Ahwatukee Dog Show will take place on Saturday, March 23 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Ahwatukee Swim and Tennis Center, 4700 E. Warner Road. Organizers are looking for rescue groups, breed clubs, or other dog-related vendors to join the fun. There is no cost to set up a booth for the event.
Samson is a gentle boy who loves to spend time walking, running and playing outside. He is also very curious and amiable: he loves to say hello to people, dogs and just about any bush or tree that he passes. He is a happy boy — his tail never stops wagging on walks. He would be a super buddy for an energetic person. This outgoing, active, handsome, affectionate guy is a great dog, now he just needs a family of his own to make him complete. He is looking for an active home, with daily morning walks or jogs — weekend hikes would be a big bonus. While he could live without another dog it would be ideal for him to have another young, active dog for him to play and romp with so he can burn off some energy. Samson will need help with his leash manners and not jumping on folks to greet them.
Triscuit is a big personality in a little body. He gets along great with our resident dog playing and following each other during play time. During rest time, it is not unusual to find Triscuit and the resident dog sleeping with their heads on each other. Triscuit is also cat friendly.
A one-time Salt Lake City resident sought in the fatal shooting of an armored truck courier in Ahwatukee Foothills could be taking advantage of philanthropic Mormon church members, the FBI’s lead agent on the case said.
You know the education system is broken when...
Walk to Save Animals, a family and dog friendly event with 2K and 5K pet walks, dog agility demonstrations, dog training advice, pet photos with Santa, adoptable dogs, low-cost vaccine clinic, up-close interactions with exotic pets ambassadors for the Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA Education Department, will be presented by PETCO.
I have never been tempted to write a letter like this before. However, in 17 years of mountain biking and the seven different shops I’ve frequented over the years, I have never encountered customer service like at Javelina Cycles. The first time they took great care of me, I thought it was a fluke. The second time impressed me, but it was not until many times later time that I realized that is just the way they do business.
Bo is a great little guy, who was very loved and cared for, but reluctantly his owner had to give him up. Bo graduated from PetSmart Obedience Training a few years back, therefore, he is very mannerly and gets along with other dogs. He loves attention, treats, going for walks, and being brushed. He had dental work at some point and is missing a few lower teeth, but that does not hinder him from smiling at everyone he meets. Bo also has a nice, lush coat. He is 8 years old, weighs 10 pounds, is neutered, current on vaccinations and has a microchip.
Bobby is a very handsome 3-year-old Pomeranian who thinks he is still a puppy. He is playfully silly all the time, and when he’s worn out, he will lay faithfully at your side gazing up at you as if to say, “I’m ready for more fun!” Bobby is a clean slate and will excel with obedience training. He weighs 11 pounds and is a long and tall boy with a great coat and nice white teeth. Bobby would love an active home with a yard to play in. He is neutered, current on vaccinations and has a microchip.
If you haven’t read it already, do pick up a copy of “The Day You Were Born” by Debra Frasier. My daughter’s godparents gave us the book when she was born, and it is sweet and awesome and makes me cry every time I read it.
Dog swim safety expert Lisa Maldonado, of Glendale, has made her way to Ahwatukee serving clients with some tips on how to get dogs in and out of the pool safely.
Arizona Celebration of Freedom: Known for his role as Bo Duke in “The Dukes of Hazzard,” actor, singer and producer John Schneider headlines Mesa’s Independence Day celebration with a benefit concert for veterans Friday at the Mesa Arts Center and emcees and performs at the Salute to America program Saturday. The two-day celebration includes family fun zones, live country and rock music, patriotic and history displays, a classic car show, Motorcylce Mania and a fireworks extravaganza.
You’ve heard it a million times: check with your doctor to make sure not being a couch potato is right for you. Your doctor might not clear you to run a marathon, but hopefully he will clear you to put the remote down and start moving at some level. That will be the easy part.
“The jerks that are protesting: not only are we paying for police protection, are they all on welfare? They apparently don’t work?”
“I do not mind the ‘snowbirds’ who come to the Valley. They are older and wiser than most of us. They spend their money here and help our local economy. To those of you who complain about the increased traffic, their careful driving, etc., remember that you will be old one day too. I hope people won’t mind you living where you want to and treat you with respect. Have a great summer, ‘snowbirds.’ See you in the fall!”
I felt very discouraged last week. There wasn’t one thing in particular that weighed me down, but it was as if a dark cloud were hanging over my head with a heaviness that was not easily shaken.
You might remember in last month’s column I mused about taming my tongue. I’d like to report I’ve got that problem licked, but it’s not the case. Beware; state publicly that you’re making an effort, and the dark side makes a habit of throwing temptation your way.
Their father was a travelin’ man who made stops all over the world, and now twin brothers Matthew and Gunnar Nelson are following in his footsteps.
It's believed that the ancient Babylonians were the first to make, and presumably break, New Year's resolutions because their customary eleven-day celebrations left them with a few regrets and a pile of resolving to do. (You know what they say: "What happens in Mesopotamia, stays in Mesopotamia!"TM)
Two years ago, Chloe was just another dog rescued from a Phoenix street.
ASU's Bo Moos recovers a fumble from USC quarterback Matt Barkley during their game at Sun Devil Stadium. Sept, 24, 2011 Darryl Webb/AFN
Three little school girls sing in the Chandler-Gilbert Community College production of the Mikado Monday, June 20, 2011 in Chandler, Ariz. Pictured are Caitlin Dhuse as Peep-Bo, Holly King as Yum-Yum and Jaqueline Alconcer as Pitti-Sing.
Frequent fliers from Ahwatukee Foothills know their options for long-term parking is fairly limited.
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