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  1. : Memoirs of a Beloved Furry Friend


    Chubby was not just a dog. To Maria, a 23 year old photographer in Cleveland, Chubby was more than half of her life. But some things does not really last forever. Even life itself. For Maria it was a difficult decision to make. Over the years, Chubby has gone ill and her health deteriorated due to a disease Ė cognitive dysfunction, the equivalent of Alzheimerís to humans. Seeing her suffered despite ...
  2. Doga: Achieving Harmonic Partnership Between Human and Canine


    Yoga + Dog = Doga
    Doga is a form of yoga that allow you to practice yoga with your dog doing acts of meditation, gentle massage and relaxing stretches.
    The activity has proven significant benefits both on people and with their canine pets. Below are the list of some of its beneficial values:
    Improves the bond between human and canines.

    Pet owners doing yoga with their dogs get ...
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  3. Saving Excalibur!



    Mom got infected for her dedication to care for the sick.
    Teresa Romero Ramos, 44 a nurse from Spain was the first person who was diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus outside West Africa. She got the virus from the Spanish missionaries Manuel Garcia Viejo and Miguel Pajares, both came from missions in West Africa. Ramos was the nurse assigned to care for the two missionaries which both have died from the virus last month. Along ...
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  4. Lazarus: The Dog Who Comes Back to Life!


    An amazing battle with death.

    The dog came to the shelter last August 19, with cut and bloody after his owner dropped him off after surviving a car accident as told by Capt. Bobby Blankenship, the city shelter supervisor . Even the Vet wonders how did he survived the accident. The shelter tried to find him a new home but nobody wants him. Thus on the evening of Sept. 10, the Vet came to conduct the procedure to euthanize the dog ...
  5. Help, My Dog Canít Hear!


    A silent disability.
    Deafness in dogs can generally be accounted due to genetic defects (congenital) or it can also be acquired due to trauma, accident, disease or old age. It can either be partial or complete hearing loss which could affect a single or both ears of the dog. Although breed is not a factor when it comes to the nature of disability, some breeds according to some veterinary medical articles are common to less pigmented dogs ...
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