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Friday, April 6, 2018

Missing Dog Returns Home to Front Door Four Years Later | PEOPLE.com







So Joel was shocked when a healthy dog, who looked strikingly like Molly, greeted him at his front door on Tuesday. The dog acted like an old friend, resting her head in his lap, but Joel had to be sure. He took the canine to the Animal Care Center of Salisbury to check for the microchip he and his wife had given Molly. Sure enough, after a quick scan, Molly McDonald’s information popped up.









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Sunday, April 1, 2018

Man Discovers He's Not His Dog's Only Owner After Losing Him | PEOPLE.com



fter spending three years with his dog Myko, Kenneth Colson found out he wasn’t his spaniel mix’s only owner.
Once the 54-year-old realized that his dog had slipped out of his front door on Mar. 21 during Winter Storm Toby, Colson quickly began searching for his pet, according to NBC 4 New York.
“We were so attached,” Colson told NBC 4. “He was like my right arm.”
According to NBC 4 New York, Colson learned his pet had been found on March 23, after a volunteer from FindShadow, an app that helps reunite owners with their lost pets, sent Colson a tweet from the NYPD’s Transit Bureau.
However, while he was still trying to get in contact with the police, NBC 4 New York reported that the 54-year-old was sent another story by the outlet about how the canine had already been returned to its owner.






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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

De-Skunking Your Dog : The Humane Society of the United States



Skunks live all over the place, and if your dog gets curious about one, they may end up with a face full of stink. If your pooch gets sprayed, there are ways you can rid them of the scent without having to buy up every can of tomato juice in the area.
Over-the-counter products (such as Nature's Miracle Skunk Odor Remover) are a quick fix, but if you don't have that on hand, you can prep the solution below. 










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Neal Paskvan is a full time Realtor specializing in Downers grove, Darien,Woodridge, Westmont and Du page county Real Estate

Friday, December 1, 2017

This Is Why Dogs Kick Their Feet After They Poop – I Had No Idea!



Almost every dog owner has noticed their pup engaging in this behavior, and most people don’t really give the action a second thought. Our dogs, however, are much more interesting and complicated than we give them credit for.















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Friday, October 27, 2017

D.I.Y. Dog Halloween Costumes | LINK AKC

D.I.Y. Dog Halloween Costumes | LINK AKC

Neal Paskvan is a full time Realtor specializing in Downers grove, Darien,Woodridge, Westmont and Du page county Real Estate

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Palm Beach County Sheriff: Police Dog Took a Bullet for an Officer, Saving His Life - Breitbart









 police dog took a bullet for an officer during a shootout that involved a wanted suspect and several South Florida deputies, police said.

The suspect, 46-year-old Philip O’Shea, died Friday evening after a shootout that took place Friday morning. He was wanted for robbing a suburban bar in West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach Post reported.
O’Shea had a warrant out for his arrest in Raleigh, North Carolina, stemming from a motel robbery that took place May 2, according to Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw. He added that O’Shea had multiple warrants for his arrest in North Carolina before he came to Florida.
Deputies spotted the suspect and chased him until he crashed his car, WPEC reported. The suspect allegedly then engaged deputies in a shootout until he was shot and killed.


Bradshaw said a police dog, PBSO K-9 Officer Kasper, took a bullet in the shootout that was meant for another officer. Kasper had surgery Friday night but is expected to recover






















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Neal Paskvan is a full time Realtor specializing in Downers grove, Darien,Woodridge, Westmont and Du page county Real Estate

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Once a shelter dog, now he's saving lives

Boomer was once a shelter dog, but when he was adopted by the Seattle Police Department, he turned into a skilled explosives-finding K-9. He has paved a new path for shelter dogs in his area.VPC







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