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"I want to warn about the dangers of BLUE-GREEN ALGAE...it stole the life away from my beautiful, perfect, little girl this past Friday. She was only 6yrs. old. Blue-green algae is found in nutrient-rich waters and is most concentrated in the late, hot summer months. It's not usually dangerous to humans, although it can cause respiratory and skin irritations...it IS, however, extremely harmful to dogs, cats, cows, and horses. As little as a few mouthfuls can lead to death in a matter of minutes"

Emergency tips for what to do if you pet gets sick. Some good tips, but if all else fails head to the Vet!

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Through A Dog's Ear Driving Edition Travel CD is up for bid RIGHT NOW til Nov 26th during the Furever Dachshund Rescue online auction. Something for everyone...come shop for a good cause!

SIGNED COPY A Dog's Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron is up for bid RIGHT NOW til Nov 26th during the Furever Dachshund Rescue online auction. Something for everyone...come shop for a good cause!

Hampstead dachshund saved from onion overdose 'People food' can pose fatal risks to families' furry friends

canine heartworms..sorry for the graphic picture but this is what it looks like. Please prevent this from happening to your furbaby.

  • Courtney Lovett

    We rescued our senior doxie, Chester and found out a year later he had stage four heartworms. Luckily, he showed symptoms and he survived! We are so lucky but obviously, he didn't have to go through that.

Dog friendly travel: Where to go and where to stay.

Please spay and neuter and don't support "backyard breeders." No dog or cat needs to ever have puppies.

Curb inappropriate chewing

Yes, it’s disgusting. Yes, it’s potentially unhealthy. And, yes, it’s fairly common in the animal world. Here is why they eat poop.

Frankie the Walk 'N Roll Dog may have lost the use of her back legs due to IVDD, but she has since gone on to inspire thousands of children and adults to be positive in the face of adversity. She is featured in her own children's book series as well as her story featured in many books and magazines. WI Pet Hall of Fame Companion Dog.

Student learning how Frankie's wheelchair works and helping her out of it.

Frankie has visited over 350 schools & libraries teaching kids to be positive despite adversity. She has also done many Skype visits in the US and Canada.

Hot Cars and Loose Pets--Don't rely on your pets as company during errands this summer! Love them at home!