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The first time I had to test a recipe for steamed fish was back in the ’80s, when I was working in the test kitchen at Gourmet magazine. And truthfully, the very idea seemed preposterous.
Follows are the top five negative dog interactions to watch out for:
Let’s face it — Phoenix is hot. And according to recent studies, Phoenix tops the list of America’s hottest cities with temps averaging between 89 and 99 degrees year-round, which is why it’s so important to keep pets safe from the scorching Arizona sun.
Summertime is full of fun, freedom and hot dogs, and we don’t mean the kind you get at the ballpark. Although an exact number is difficult to find it is estimated that thousands of dogs die every year from heat related causes. A little information and common sense can save lives.
My wife and I have lived in Ahwatukee for nearly 27 years. About 8 a.m. on the morning of Friday, May 31 my wife, Barbara, and I stood in our driveway on Cherokee Street when our Yorkie spotted a man on a bicycle with two leashed mid-sized dogs on the street in front of our house. “Tootie,” our Yorkie, which I had just unleashed, ran toward the dogs. One of the two dogs broke his leash and took off after our dog, on to our property. Our dog ran for her life! The dog owner chased after his dog and tried to get our puppy out of his mouth. He managed to get to his dog once and then his dog ran away and attacked our dog again, swinging her around like she was a rag doll. We all screamed and hollered. After the dog owner got his dog to drop our dog, my wife and I took her inside and Barbara gave her a bath at which time injuries were discovered on her body. Barbara took our dog to a vet who treated her with stitches and antibiotics. Friday evening through Saturday Barb held Tootie. On Saturday afternoon Tootie took a turn for the worse. She was rushed to a pet hospital in Gilbert where doctors tried in vain to save her life. She died in my wife’s arms on Sunday morning.
The Arizona Humane Society (AHS) is urging the public for help as its kennel space for dogs is in jeopardy. Currently, there is not enough adoption kennel space for the number of dogs awaiting their spay/neuter surgeries.
Stir-fry and salsa aren’t traditional companions on the plate, but that doesn’t mean there can’t be a little common ground.
Flower is a large, young adult, female mixed breed dog. She was originally found as a stray. Flower has been waiting to find her new home for over a year now. She’s the shelter’s longest resident dog. The dogs she was found with have long been adopted. Flower is a very sweet girl. She has found her own way to deal with living at an animal shelter for so long, but every once in a while volunteers take her home for “sleepovers.”
No one at the Ohio chapter of The Nature Conservancy enjoys going to meetings more than Annie. Once, she was even disciplined for attending a meeting to which she was not invited.
Many canines love a good car ride, but the majority of their human companions may need a lesson in pooch passenger safety. In an annual survey by AAA and Kurgo, a pet travel product company, dog owners revealed they often bring furry friends along for the ride, but they also admitted to behavior that would land them in the dog house.
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