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Doggie Daycare Is The Perfect Gift To Give Your Dog
Doggie daycare can be the best arrangement you can make for your dog while you are away during the day. There are opportunities for your dog to mingle with other dogs which will provide them with fun and socialization skills. You want your pup to know how to naturally behave around other dogs. Doggie daycare is the place to do this and so much more.
Most of the doggie daycare facilities will have a number of activities to make this a perfect outing for your four-legged friend. The doggie daycare is a special place for your dog to learn different things and be kept company while you are out of the house. Doggie daycare is a trustworthy place to leave your dog and provide them with the attention they deserve. Another thing that a doggie daycare is useful for is that it gives your dog some free time with his or her friends. This way every day will be a new adventure for your pup. Here are some of the advantages of doggie daycare facilities:
· If your dog is aggressive or fearful, a doggie daycare can do wonders to calm the pup’s nerves. Many doggie daycare centers also provide you with additional services and options, such as dog obedience classes or even dog grooming sessions.
· Most of the doggie daycare centers are run by professionals. Therefore, you can be sure that your dog is in the right hands. This will give you peace of mind and help you to relax knowing your pup is safe. For even more peace of mind, ask relatives and friends to guide you in the right direction and tell you where you can find a good doggie daycare facility. Remember the advantages of a doggie daycare center and make sure you make the right choice when it comes to leaving your dog in a daycare facility

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frogandhummingbirdco Urgently need help with my dog 0 Feb 14 2013, 5:40 AM EST by frogandhummingbirdco
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I recently went through a brutal separation that uprooted my life, started online stores & was doing Craft Shows. All was looking promising & along came Tropical Storm Debby.
I was one of the most critical flood cases. I lost home, possessions, inventory, income & more. Then along came Hurricane Isaac that also impacted me. I now received a call that my mom in her 90’s took a drastic decline & w/the help of a friend was able to make the trip north. I drove 26 hours to be with mom.

My daughter & her husband were working out the logistics to have me move in w/them.
To our surprise we were informed by their landlord that my dog could not be in the building.
I will not abandon my precious dog as she is all that I have left in life & what has kept me going. She has been with me through all my tears & has been a joy in my life…she is part of my fibers.

Kenya is a small approx. 55 lb 10 yr old West Shepherd, is not a barker, is low key & easy to tend. She is well behaved, obedience trained, house broken & has never had an accident in the house. She is very loving, grew up w/cats, loves people, children & other pets. She is neutered, current on all shots & vaccinations, gets monthly flea treatment etc Photos of Kenya and information
I need someone to take her in for a long term period of time or share the time w/someone else,
She is easy to care for & everyone who meets her falls in love w/her.
My daughter & I would like to be able to visit her & walk her when possible & convenient for whoever graciously could take her in.

I would pay for food, vet care if needed, & help in whatever capacity.
Without this help I will be homeless. It is breaking my heart to be separated from her and I do not intend to give her up. But I desperately need help. I can be contacted at

KellyBarratt 12 yr old dog with tumor near spleen?? 2 Aug 24 2009, 8:24 PM EDT by meyati
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hi everyone im in much needed advice, i have a 12 yr old retriever x who has just bn to the vets and i have bn told he has a tumor near his spleen, the vet has told me he can operate and remove it, but there are a few things to consider ie blood clotting his age and complications, it may have spread already if cancer?? the vet doesnt no untill he operates if thats the next course i take, i just want whats best 4 my dog, and the rest o the time he has left? i really dont no whats best to do/ my heart says let him live out the reat of his life wivout surgery but my head is saying go with the operation and hope he survives and can continu his life, he is really happy and showing no signs of discomfort or pain but for how much longer?? please help thank you
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DebbieLaughlin Pictures 0 Apr 2 2009, 7:04 AM EDT by DebbieLaughlin
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Great pictures thank you for adding them!
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