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    The post Dug Up at Dogster — June 2020 Dog Events by Melissa L. Kauffman appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren't considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com. The heat is on and so are the hot dog events. Check Dogster’s list of June dog events for the latest in dog happenings. Don’t see your event? Email us at dogstermag@email.com. PLEASE NOTE: Some dog events may be changed or cancelled due to COVID-19. Please check the event organizer for the latest information on the event. JUNE DOG EVENTS All Month: National Microchipping Month and National Foster a Pet Month June 5, 2020 — June 7, 2020: ASPCA’s National Adoption Weekend Campaign The ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) has launched a nationwide adoption event to help more cats, dogs and equines find loving homes during the COVID-19 crisis. ... read more
    Source: DogsterPublished on 2020-05-29
  • Teens Find Injured Dog Near Busy Road And Save His Life
    Three young teenagers biked alongside a road in Acadia Parish, Louisiana. They were just out there to have fun, but they soon became heroes. On their trip, they biked past a dog lying in the grass. Most kids probably wouldn’t have even noticed the poor pup, but they came to an abrupt stop. The dog wasn’t moving, and he looked very weak. They realized that the injured dog might not survive without their help. So, the boys stopped biking to save the dog. Anyone Can Be a Hero It’s unclear exactly how the dog ended up like that. Unfortunately, he might’ve been hit by a car. The boys knew they needed professional help for the dog, so 13-year-old Wade Harrell called Haseya’s New Beginning Animal Rescue.
    Image: @haseyasnewbeginning/FacebookWade and his friends, Tyler Cancienne and Brayden Mauroner, waited with the dog until help arrived. In the meantime, they placed their bikes upside-down along the road to provide a barricade. They didn’t want anyone driving too close to the dog, so the bikes were like substitutes for orange cones. The dog was unable to move on his own, but the boys noticed that his eyes moved now and then. That’s how ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2020-05-29
  • Retired Military Dogs Need Help Finding Forever Homes
    When it comes to adopting dogs, the older dogs and the dogs with health problems are often left behind. These dogs are just as loving as any other dog, but many families don’t even consider them. That’s why the Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio is asking for help. The Air Force has no problem finding homes for their young dogs that didn’t meet training standards. However, the older dogs that have retired after years of hard work are much harder to home. Some are adopted by their handlers, but there are still many others that need forever homes. What many people fail to realize is that military working dogs can actually make great companions. Some families don’t even consider adopting one of these dogs in fear of them being too strong or aggressive. However, these dogs are incredibly intelligent, so they are great family members to have around.
    Image: @MilitaryWorkingDogs/FacebookMilitary working dogs have to go through a lot of training for their roles. This means that they’re already well-behaved and well-trained. You won’t have to worry about one of these dogs disobeying you or getting into trouble often. They are also very protective, so they will make ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2020-05-28



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