Day: September 18, 2015

Can We Shut Down Puppy Mills Without Running Responsible Breeders Out of Business?

Last month, an Arizona district court made a ruling that a lot of dog lovers, including myself, cheered as a victory. Judge David Campbell issued a decision upholding the City of Phoenix’s ordinance banning stores from selling any dogs who hadn’t come straight from shelters or rescue organizations. In response to the ordinance, Frank and Vickie …

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4 Ways to Save Money — and Keep the Peace — at Doggie Mealtime

Editor’s note: Have you seen the new Dogster print magazine in stores? Or in the waiting room of your vet’s office? This article appeared in our August/September issue. Subscribe to Dogster and get the bimonthly magazine delivered to your home. I am a dog sitter, which means I’m surrounded by happy pups 24/7. Things get …

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We Catch Up With Haatchi and Little B, the Three-Legged Dog and His Disabled Best Friend

The special bond between a boy and his dog is one that’s been portrayed on television and in movies for decades. Whether it’s Timmy and Lassie, Travis and Old Yeller, Willie and Skip, or even the fairly recent Josh and Air Bud, these stories instantly capture our deepest sense of loyalty and love. And when …

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