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  • Puppy Bowl XVI Recruits Over 90 Adorable Adoptables
    I’m not a big football fan, but that doesn’t mean I don’t look forward to the day of the Super Bowl every year. No, it’s not for the commercials. It’s not entirely for the snacks either. I get excited to watch the annual Puppy Bowl on Animal Planet! Erin Wanner, a senior production executive for Animal Planet, told Patch how this annual tradition came about over 15 years ago. “We put down some turf on the office floor and let some puppies go crazy. We spent three bucks on it. Now it’s a pop culture phenomenon. There’s nothing better than puppies.” At Puppy Bowl XVI this year, over 90 adoptable rescue dogs from over 60 different shelters and rescues will compete for the title of MVP (Most Valuable Puppy, of course.)
    @puppybowl2019/InstagramThere may not be much structure to their game but the puppies’ Bowl game is vastly superior to football. This year’s match once again pits Team Ruff against Team Fluff. I’ve got a lot of money down on Ruff, so they better not disappoint me! Puppy Bowl Scouting The 2020 / XVI roster came about through scouting efforts by Puppy Bowl referee Dan Schachner and Animal Planet’s very own Puppy Bowl casting ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2020-01-23
  • Man Walks His Paralyzed Dog In A Cozy Wagon
    Walks are the highlight of the day for many dogs. They love having the opportunity to explore outside and take in lots of new smells. In fact, walks can be fun for all dogs, even if they are unable to walk on their own. This is especially true for a man and his paralyzed dog in Nova Scotia, Canada. He made a cozy wagon specifically so his dog could still enjoy going on her daily walks. He says that he knows she’d do the same for him. Bryan Thompson first spotted this man and his dog during a walk at Shubie Park. He saw the man walking through the snow, pulling a special wagon behind him. Inside the wagon, a white dog was curled up among plenty of warm blankets. It was the most heartwarming sight Thompson had ever seen! He instantly wanted to know the story behind this kind man and his happy pup.
    Image: Bryan Thompson FacebookA Beautiful Friendship Thompson approached the man and his dog and began talking to the kind man. The man explained that his beloved dog has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as ALS. It’s a spinal cord disorder that leads to paralysis ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2020-01-22
  • New Colorado Bill Would Ban Puppy Mills, Retail Sale Pets
    A bill introduced January 10th, 2020 aims to prevent the sale of dogs and cats by pet stores in Colorado. The “Humane Pet Act” also establishes new standards for the care and treatment of dogs and cats by breeders and prohibits animal sales in public places. For breeders, this means limiting the number of dogs or cats managed at one time to 25. It also prevents the animals from breeding more than once a year and more than six total times in their lifetime. The bill notes that dogs and cats bred in “mills” often develop physical or behavior issues. These dogs can also pass certain illnesses on to people. “The documented abuses endemic to puppy and kitten mills include overbreeding; inbreeding; minimal veterinary care; lack of adequate and uncontaminated food and water; lack of socialization, exercise, and enrichment; poor sanitation; confinement in cramped, unsanitary cages; and exposure to extreme temperatures.” Other concerns include misleading consumers into taking home sick or aggressive animals they are unlikely to help or keep, and mistreatment of animals.
    Pranidchakan Boonrom via Pexels Support For The Bill The prime sponsors for the bill are Representative Monica Duran and Senator Mike ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2020-01-22



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