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Week in Review: Hurricane Prep, Cancer Cure, Holiday Inn Updated Pet Policy, Flooding Aftermath Risk to Pets & More

Here’s everything you might have missed in The Dogington Post’s dog news Week in Review!

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From inspiring stories, breaking news, advice for dog moms and dads, and tips for training your furriest family members, a lot happens in a week! Here are the top dog stories from this past week, all in one easy-to-read article!

Sausage Stuffed with Fish Hooks Thrown into Minnesota Dog Owner’s Backyard

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Police in Minnesota are urging pet owners to be careful when letting pets outside after sausage stuffed with fish hooks was thrown into a dog owner’s back yard.…Continue reading

Five Ways To Prepare Your Pets For Hurricanes (& Other Disasters)

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Hurricane Katrina taught us the hard way that the safety of our animals must be made a priority in the event of a disaster. We know we must make preparations now-before the storm- in order to avoid chaos and confusion later.…Continue reading

Protecting Dogs in Hot Cars: What is YOUR State’s Law?

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Is it against the law to leave a dog unattended in a hot car? Are you sure about that?

Although animal cruelty, neglect, endangerment, and abuse in a variety of forms are illegal in all 50 states in varying degrees that can earn the offender a simple citation all the way up to a felony charge, only 28 of those states have laws on the books specifically prohibit leaving an animal locked inside a hot car.…Continue reading

Canine Cancer CAN Be Cured!

There is exciting research that the Ketogenic Diet can have significant benefit to the lives of dogs diagnosed with cancer.  Promising studies and practical experiences shows cancer can be prevented, stopped, or even reversed.…Continue reading

UPDATED: Holiday Inn Refuses to Allow Houston Family Fleeing Floods to Bring Dogs Inside

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An IHG Spokesperson contacted us once more to let us know that they are now requiring all their hotel brands in the areas affected by Harvey to allow pets free of charge. They made the following statement…Continue reading

Flooding Aftermath Poses Serious Risks to Pets

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Even when the immediate risks of rising floodwaters have passed, the weeks and months that follow can pose serious risks to our pets. Here’s what those affected by this summer’s storms will need to watch for!…Continue reading

5 Phone Numbers Every Dog Owner Should Have Handy

If you’ve got a dog (or, is it that the dog has you?) this is one list you’ll want to print out and keep near the phone. In an emergency, when the internet is down, or if you simply need assistance with your dog from a real, live person, these 5 phone numbers should be in the Rolodex of every dog owner…Continue reading

Dog Owner Transforms Backyard into Incredible Dog Playground for his Spoiled Pups

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They say “every dog has its day”, but for four Pennsylvania dogs, that day turned to a lifetime of pure bliss when their owner transformed the backyard into an incredible dog playground!…Continue reading

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