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Breed-specific legislation is a law or ordinance passed by a legislative body pertaining to a specific breed or breeds of domesticated animals. In practice, it generally refers to laws or ordinances pertaining to a specific dog breed or breeds. Continue reading
Oh My Dog! is a site for all things dog. What, specifically, will you find in these pages? A range of dog-related topics including: stories about my pups, book and magazine reviews, diy pup projects, recipes, training tips, links to tons of online inspiration, and more! Continue reading
So, for blog the change, and in honor of a milestone birthday, I am pledging to make a small change this year. I am going to profile 40 dogs during my 40th year and follow them from the shelter to … Continue reading
Give a dog a second chance, adopt a shelter dog during the American Humane Society’s Adopt-A-Dog Month. Throughout October the Humane Society is raising awareness of the great dogs available in shelters today, and you can help by adopting a dog. Or if you aren’t looking to add a furry friend to your family, consider helping to spread the word or volunteering at your local shelter or rescue group. Check out the American Humane Society’s website or Petfinder.com for more suggestions on getting started. Continue reading
Thanks to Holly at Vail Doggie Day Spa and Lodging, these dogs, who were labeled difficult or unadoptable, are being socialized and ready for their forever homes. After a difficult beginning, they are truly excited for their second chance for love and happiness! This is the first part in a series about Vail Doggie, Holly and the pets that she helps. Continue reading
With a click of your mouse, you can help Brown Dog Foundation* recieve a $250K grant from the Pepsi Refresh Project to continue their mission, and restore quality of life to families and their pets.