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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Please Help Gumbo Walk Pain-Free!

Nat here!  I adopted my chihuahua, Flea from the awesome rescue Sasha’s Den Rescue about 8 years ago.  Flea came from a ‘backyard breeder’ – with some waaay overloaded physical and emotional baggage for such a wee thing – having lived the first year and half of her life caged as ‘breeding stock’, so someone could make a quick buck off her …

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Reuben (Beagle/Basset mix) is looking for his furever home!

  PLEASE SHARE! The following is a courtesy listing on behalf of foster mom Nat Gabriela.   Reuben is our foster dog. He is a 5 year old (+/-) Beagle/Basset mix and he’s still waiting for a forever home. He comes from a hoarding situation and a subsequent adoption fail. He is potty trained. Sits for his meals. Is a …

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Ask A Trainer: My dog hates when I leave the house!

  Hi Meira! I’m writing you today as I have a little problem. For the longest time, my adopted pooch would go nuts when left alone at home, barking and destroying my front door by scratching it (as I live in an apartment, this will be a problem when the landlord notices the damage ;). A canine behaviourist once told me …

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Bailey Bed Blues.. time to pay Bailey’s bed forward!

I love to de-clutter!  I guess that’s why I write Dog Gone Green on montrealdogblog.com, have an E-Z being Green page on Facebook and won a Sustainable Champion Award at Concordia.  My parents love me to visit but I know they also expect me to come home ( in NB by the way) with the “1-800 Call Junk sign” and …

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Rescue Round-Up News January 27, 2012

Read all about rescue stories that made the news this week! uppy Left for Dead With Eyes Gouged Out Rescued Terrier Marley plucked from cliff after a 14-hour ordeal,Firefighter crawls 40 feet into Mill Valley drainage pipe, rescues dog ,Illinois man saves dog who fell into icy lake, Duct-taped puppy goes home with Caltrans rescuer

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Brindi – The dog held hostage for more than 3 years at a Halifax pound

Francesca Rogier has had her rescue dog Brindi taken away 2 times by Halifax Animal Control. She's accrued lawyer bills in the thousands, brought her case to the Supreme Court and at one point - even lost her home trying to get her dog back. Francesca's next court date is in early March, where she will once again fight for the return of her beloved companion.

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Preventing Sidewalk Electrocution

By now, you have probably heard the sad story out of Outremont last week – about the dog electrocuted by a faulty lightpost.  Although statistically rare (which we recognize is no consolation to those affected), it is a devastating way to lose a pet – and a situation which has occurred in the past:  It happened in Toronto last year, …

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Pawdicures, pics plus more for your pup & a good cause!

Is your pup the love of your life? How about treating  your furbabies to a “pawdicure” and a photo session this Valentine’s Day! On February 12, come meet L’Alternative Canine at the Centre Canin Heidi & Cie in Longueuil, where your little one will be getting his nails done and can be photographed for a good cause. Activities and Fees: …

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Fostering 101

                      Fostering 101 – by Terry Price Kimmel  I talk and cross post a lot about fostering animals. It is one of my passions and one thing I can do on a regular basis to help a homeless animal and the rescue community. I am over the dog limit in my …

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Rosie to the Rescue!

courtesy of Simple Photos Rosie to the Rescue! You may have seen on CTV, or heard on the radio that there was a backyard breeder in Quebec City who surrendered 23 of his dogs this past week to a local rescue. We thought you would like to follow their journey. I contacted Anne Dube from Rosie Animal Adoption to find out …

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