Adorable litter of 7-week-old Golden Retriever puppies swimming for the first time
Mite Away Quick Strips™ Protecting the honey bee from varroa mites. MAQS comes in ready-to-use, single dose packages. MAQS is easy to apply Always follow the…
I decided that for NFL Gameday on Sunday I would make some of these delicious looking Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers. They only had a few ingredients so I figured how difficult could it be right? And what could be better than cream cheese, jalapenos and bacon?
- 1 pound jalapeno peppers
- 8 ounces cream cheese
- 1 cup shredded cheese Cheddar or Mexican blend
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
- 1/4 teaspoon Chipotle powder
- 1 to 2 pounds bacon
Sweet Pitbull Savannah gets rescued and makes an amazing recovery! Another touching rescue story by Eldad Hagar and Hope for Paws!
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The PBS series “Shelter Me” is an inspiring TV series that celebrates shelter pets with positive and uplifting stories proudly sponsored by Halo, Purely for Pets.
“Let’s Go Home”, a poem written and performed by Steve Connell for Episode 3, reminds us all about the amazing pets in our shelters that are waiting for loving homes.
For more information go to http://www.halopets.com/ShelterMePoem/
School policies vary for lice cases
The policy change came after the American Academy of Pediatrics in 2010 provided updated guidance that says “no healthy child should be excluded from or miss school because of head lice, and no-nit policies for return to school should be abandoned.
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Govt spending m on head lice problem
Social Development Minister Paula Bennett joined KidsCan at Russell School in Porirua today for the announcement. "It can be a struggle for some families to keep on top of infestations. We hear of children having their heads shaved and severe scalp …
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Parents: Head Lice Do Not Take the Summer Off, So Pack a Peace of Mind for …
EAST MEADOW, N.Y. — Gotcha Covered™, the fast-growing line of head lice preventive hair care products for children, is now available online at drugstore.com, a leading online provider of health and beauty products, as well as Walgreens.com, America's …
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This is the story of Roo, a Pit Bull whose resilient spirit shines through the darkness of her horrifying dogfighting ordeal.
In August of last year, authorities in Clarkston, Georgia, visited a home in order to serve an arrest warrant in relation to a multistate dogfighting bust. While they did not find their suspects, they did stumble upon the dogfighting evidence: Several dogs with scarring and injuries specific to the vile practice. One dog was in particularly poor condition. That dog was Roo.
With her face covered in scars, half of one front leg entirely missing, and half of her other front leg bent out of shape, Roo needed help -- and fast. However, because of Roo's unique position as "evidence" for the crime, her rescue had to be coordinated with the county and Friends of Dekalb Animals, the rescue organization who would see to her recovery. Ordinarily, a dog who is evidence would have to remain in a county shelter, but Friends of Dekalb Animals advocated to have her released to a foster, so she could at least heal in the comfort of a home.
Her bent leg has been corrected through surgery, which allowed vets to address her other leg. After a failed skin graft, Roo's family decided to amputate it altogether. However, even on just three legs, Roo manages to stand strong. She will remain in foster care until her case is over, and once that's behind her, it's all happily ever after for Roo.
All photos via Roo's Facebook page. Go check her out and tell her Dogster sent you!
Read more about rescue on Dogster:
- The Story of Bulletproof Sam, a Victim of Dog Fighting
- Leo the Puppy Mill Rescue Boxer Always Has His Mouth Full
- Rescuing Dogs from Overseas: Three Arguments for and Against
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