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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Goodbye For Now: A letter to my dog

Goodbye: A letter to my dog  – by Nat Lauzon  Dec 28th, 2014.  One year ago. It’s the day your journey as a dog ended, and your next chapter began as something else.  As everything else, I guess. If you had any idea how many times I’ve tried to write this over the months, you’d wonder why I wasted so …

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MDB’s 5th Annual Paw It Forward: $4000 for Animal Rescues!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! MDB loves the holiday season because this is when our bloggers get to “Paw It Forward” and help rescues that mean a lot to us! Where The Money Comes From Our generous advertisers! The folks you see in the sidebar on the right hand side of this page – AND in the …

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Help! My Dog Digs Under The Fence and Escapes!

We recently took in a young, medium/large male dog. We don’t know his age, breed, or much of his background. We know he was severely underweight and has injuries from being attacked by other dogs; it is our understanding that he was on a tie-out and unable to escape when attacked. He seems to be some mixture of hound and …

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Dr. Amanda Glew: M&M the big-bellied tabby

M&M the Big-Bellied Tabby – by Dr. Amanda Glew  The other day I received a call from my niece that there was a cat hanging around – “Aunt Amanda, I think she is pregnant, what do I do?”.  This is what happens to you when you have a bunch of nieces and nephews with a love of animals. “Bring her …

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Dr. Amanda Glew: Plans for your Pet After Your Death

What are your plans for them? – by Dr. Amanda Glew One of the most frustrating thing to deal with as a vet is death. I am not talking about animals dying. Yes, that is bad, but I am talking about when the human dies. It really bothers me that we make allowances for everything in our wills – our …

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