Protecting Your Pooch?s Paws

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Continued on page 2? Prev 1 of 2 Use your ? ? (arrow) keys to browse 236 SHARES Related Items: 3 Comments 3 Comments Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. ?The pads on a dog?s feet are much thicker and well designed for the wild wolves they are descendant from, but in the modern world our dogs walk over many surfaces a wild wolf never has to contend with. Many dogs are not happy when you start messing with their paws and it can be a real struggle. Protecting?your pooch?s paws means never allowing your dog access to areas where there is a high probability of stepping on these items. Always be gentle and speak to you dog in a calm reassuring voice when touching their paws. Protecting your pooch?s paws is a good thing to do for such a faithful and loving buddy. Sun baked pavement and sidewalks can reach temperatures well over one hundred degrees, and this is just one surface many people walk their pooches on, so protecting?your pooch?s paws should be a part of your care for all dogs you own. This would include construction sites, areas around your home where you have sharp tools and nails as in a workshop, in parks where there may be broken glass bottles, and on the sharp ice during winter. Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The area between the toe nails is very sensitive and this is where most paw injuries occur so if you see your dog favoring a foot or limping, this area is where to look first.236 SHARES We often give the protection of our dogs paws little thought but we should. . Common injuries are cuts, burns from walking on the hot pavement, embedded glass or even small nails stuck into the paws. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam

As reported by Rhode Island?s , ?He was cherry red. (Photo from Woonsocket Police) A Rhode Island woman is sitting in jail and facing charges of animal cruelty and neglect after leaving her dog in a hot car on Sunday. . ??You don?t need Channel 12 to tell you that you don?t leave your dog in a car,? said Woonsocket?s animal control officer. It?s hot for you, of course it?s going to be hot for your animal. His gums, between his feet, he was rashed all over ? obvious signs of heat,? said Doris Kay, Woonsocket?s animal control officer. His ears were swollen shut. Keisha Davis, 20, of Woonsocket left her 6-month old, brown-and-white Pit Bull locked in her car, windows rolled completely up, for an unknown length of time on Sunday.5655 SHARES Keisha Davis, 20, was charged with unnecessary cruelty to an animal and animal neglect after her dog was found in a 100-degree car Sunday, July 28, 2013. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Animal control officers are caring for the dog until a court decision is made in the case. Police called a tow truck driver to the scene to unlock the vehicle, where they measured a temperature of 100-degrees inside the car. ?You don?t need a book? It?s common sense. When police discovered the dog, he was displaying obvious signs of distress. Davis admitted that the dog had not been fed in more than a day. The car and the dog were both registered to Davis, who entered a plea of not guilty to all charges at her arraignment yesterday. Upon closer inspection, the puppy showed signs of long-term neglect and dehydration. Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.? 5655 SHARES Related Items: Recommended for you 33 Comments 33 Comments Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published

?Honestly, I do have a personal interest. #psychopath He encouraged his fans and followers to tweet a similar message and many did?all of which were promptly removed. I live with one of his victims and see the effects of that every day,? he says in an interview. Hunter once again confronted Vick ? this time via Twitter ? with a tweet that read: @MikeVick Nice to see that you?re spending the 6th anniversary of the raid on your house of horrors focusing on ?Draft Day?. What do you think? Michael Vick has said he thinks about the dogs often and that he has changed. We disagree. Hunter adopted one of Vick?s former fighting dogs and posted this video of a confrontation with Vick?s entourage after the quarterback was?presented with the key?to Dallas before Super Bowl XLV. ?But in terms of ambushing, I reject that claim?I?m in an official media capacity. Watch this video and tell us if you believe him.? According to , Hunter said one of the bodyguards pinned his arms from behind. So I?m not like a paparazzi jumping out of the bushes. Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.2361 SHARES Radio show host, Richard Hunter has been accused of crossing the line when he confronted Mike Vick about one of his former bait dogs.? More recently, on April 25th, the 6 year anniversary of the raid on Michael Vick?s Virginia home and the Bad Newz Kennels, Michael Vick was tweeting to fans about football?s draft day. . In the video,?Hunter is cursed at, pushed around, and restrained by Vick?s bodyguards one of whom says: ?We don?t care about the dog. Apparently the radio host was at the event on a legitimate press pass and took advantage of the opportunity to show Vick a photo of the dog he adopted, Mel, a black pit bull that was seized from Vick?s Bad Newz Kennels, and find out if he had any interest in the dog?s well-being. 2361 SHARES Related Items: Recommended for you 50 Comments 50 Comments Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published

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