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Missy is an incredibly adorable, scruffy terrier mix who is sweet and affectionate. Shy at first, she warms up quickly, especially if treats are involved. It turns out Missy loves attention from her people and is so appreciative of the love and kisses you give her. She enjoys being held, being pet, cuddling on the couch, and once in a while will even find her way into your lap.
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Jordan is an adorable 8-year-old Jack Russell terrier who wins the hearts of everyone he comes in contact with, humans and canines alike! He’s one of the happiest and sweetest Jack Russell terriers we’ve ever met. This friendly, loving little guy will solicit pets from anyone who is passing by. Jordan likes to be held and enjoys warming laps; add belly rubs to the mix and you will have one happy dog on your hands! Don’t let Jordan’s age fool you — this guy is active and full of life! He loves to play and if it involves tennis balls, he will play fetch for hours! Jordan loves being outside; he’ll stand facing the sun with the wind in his face and I swear you can see him smiling! Jordan and his canine foster brother enjoy patrolling the backyard several times a day. Walks are huge on his list which isn’t a problem because he has impeccable leash manners and does great during car rides.
ORLANDO, Fla. — It costs close to $100 a person to enter the gates of the Magic Kingdom or board the Hogwarts Express. But there are plenty of things to do in the Orlando area that are free, and none of them has anything to do with theme parks.
Whether you’re bringing friends, family or a four-legged friend out for Cinco de Mayo, there will be celebrations across the Valley for everyone to enjoy.
Dogs are welcome to accompany their masters to a free Bone Appetit ArtWalk, taking place 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, April 10, throughout the Scottsdale Arts District.
The Saguaro Sabercats and Skyline Coyotes matched up for the second straight day in the Scottsdale Invitational and for the second straight day the Sabercats came away with a victory, this time 9-3.
MILWAUKEE — Hunting dogs are on display at two canine gatherings this week. One is in New York at the famed Westminster Kennel Club show, where judges look for perfection in the breeds' appearance — the shape of an ear, the size of a tail.
In this Jan. 29, 2014 photo, Marlo, a Clumber spaniel, sits next to Helen Marshall at her home in Ottawa, Wis. Marshall will walk with Marlo in the Feb. 14 parade that kicks off the National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic, a trade show in Milwaukee for canines that point out, scare up and retrieve fowl. (AP Photo/Carrie Antlfinger)
In this Jan. 29, 2014 photo, Helen Marshall sits with two of her six Clumber spaniels, Gigi, left, and Diva, at her home in Ottawa, Wis. Marshall, who says Clumbers are so rare they usually attract a lot of attention, will walk with one of her other dogs in the Feb. 14 parade that kicks off the National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic, a trade show in Milwaukee for canines that point out, scare up and retrieve fowl. (AP Photo/Carrie Antlfinger)
Following years spent pent up in corporate life, Gilbert resident Roderick Coffman has finally found his proverbial dream job, one that entails dogs, grooming and blueberries.
Desert Botanical Garden is opening its doors to Fido and the family for Dogs’ Day in the Garden from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 25.
MUCUCHIES, Venezuela — The Soviets made space dog Laika a national hero and Americans have fallen for presidential pets from Checkers to Bo. In Venezuela, a rare breed of shaggy sheepdog has come to symbolize the patriotic legacy of the late Hugo Chavez.
FILE - In this May 18, 2003 file photo released by Miraflores Press Office, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds a mucuchies pup during his radio and television show "Hello President" in Mucuchies, near Merida, Venezuela. The dog known as mucuchies, or Venezuelan sheepdog, was rescued from near-extinction and historical oblivion by Chavez and is now on its way to being internationally recognized as an official canine breed. (AP Photo/Miraflores Press Office, File)
LOS ANGELES — Sugarplum went into the salon as a reddish-blonde dachshund mix and came out with pink and green ears, a rainbow tail and a bow in her fur.
Jameson is a very handsome male Shepherd mix, about a year old. He was found as a stray. Jameson was never claimed so now he’s available for adoption. He is a big boy with lots of energy. He’s still very “puppy-ish” so whomever shares their home with Jameson should know sitting all day watching TV just won’t satisfy him. He is a wonderful guy that loves people, but he should be an only dog. During the time he’s been at the shelter he’s been “barky” when he sees or meets other dogs, and he does not want to share food or toys with his canine friends. He is living at the Friends for Life adoption center in downtown Gilbert, 143 W. Vaughn Ave. He is current on vaccinations, microchipped, and neutered.
Lynne LoCascio lay on the floor beside her bed, alone and paralyzed.
BRAINTREE, Mass. — Apartment and condo managers, dogged by complaints from those who've experienced the squishy and smelly sensation of stepping onto a pile of dog doo, are turning to DNA testing to identify the culprits who don't clean up after their pets.
In 2006, I came up against a holiday deadline crunch, so I turned my column over to Turpy, the beloved 8-year-old golden retriever/chow mix who had turned up at our doorstep as a puppy.
PHOENIX — When Twitter and Facebook first began to catch fire, so did food trucks. Mobile kitchens in cities like Los Angeles and New York branded themselves, using social media to gain foodie followers. But the gourmet meals-on-wheels trend was slow to hit Phoenix streets.
LOS ANGELES — While some say school safety hinges on guns, cameras or alarms in classrooms, Mark Gomer and Kristi Schiller think specially trained dogs should take point in preventing violence in schools.
In this Feb. 18, 2013 photo provided by K9s4KIDS, children share time with canine mascot Johnny Cash at the TutorVille HUB in Houston. Schools have beefed up security, staged mock drills and added metal detectors, cameras and alarms to prevent violence. Some think teachers should be armed and the National Rifle Association wants armed police in every American school. Kristi Schiller thinks some special dogs might do the trick. She wants her charity, K9s4KIDS, to do for schools what it’s done for police departments in the U.S. - place scores of trained dogs among their ranks through the nonprofit set up in 2009. (AP Photo/K9s4KIDS, Josh Welch)
Pet owners in need of vaccinations for their animals will have an opportunity to pay for vaccinations at Tumbleweed Park in Chandler on Nov. 16.