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11/28/16 ‘Not a happy dog’ crying for her dead companion dumped by heartless owners At the Downey Animal Care Center in California, a young female German shepherd, referred to as “not a happy dog,” has a tragic tale to share. Brought in to the shelter over the weekend as a stray, she apparently escaped from her family’s yard after jumping the fence. Zuzu’s heart …

ABOUT RUFUS Rufus is an awesome dog! He is a senior guy of 7 or 8. He enjoys walks, lots of belly rubs, and is just a gentle lab mix. Sadly, due to retina disease , he is blind. As with most dogs, this is just how it is - not a disability. He loves hanging out with other gentle dogs. He likes to just wander around the yard and enjoy the outdoors. He does enjoy digging a hole to lay and relax. Rufus is easy going and looking for a calm wonderful home with a soft bed that will give him lots…

VIOLET - A1096502 - - Manhattan Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 11/27/16 A volunteer writes: Violet is not a fan of her kennel…If she could, she would leash herself and go for a walk… Cropped ears have not taken away Violet’s girly looks…She looks absolutely delicious and petite in her little grey dress. We are quickly in the street as Violet has to attend to business. She pulls a little on the leash and toward other dogs, big and small. In playgroups

Make a DIY paw print ornament to celebrate the holiday season with your cat or dog. Here’s your how-to guide, including a recipe for dough that is safe for pets: Mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 ½ cups of water, and knead until dough is well combined. Roll out dough and cut into desired shapes. Press your pet’s paw into the dough and then bake in a 350-degree F oven for 12 minutes. Let the ornaments cool completely before sprucing them up as you like! #PetLifeHack

Make a DIY paw print ornament to celebrate the holiday season with your cat or dog. Here’s your how-to guide, including a recipe for dough that is safe for pets: Mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 ½ cups of water, and knead until dough is well combined. Roll out dough and cut into desired shapes. Press your pet’s paw into the dough and then bake in a 350-degree F oven for 12 minutes. Let the ornaments cool completely before sprucing them up as you like! #PetLifeHack

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Doggie Language

When our dogs yawn, it means they don't want to hear what you are telling them. We also had one who would hold up her paw and turn her head as if to say "talk to the paw".

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