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November 2012

Doggie Gift Guide

As the holiday season approaches, finding a present for that furry family member can be Between the thousands of choices and a recipient who lacks the opposable thumbs to write their own wish list, it’s a tough task to find the paw-fect gift! Finding a tail wagging toy for a tiny dog can be difficult, [...]

Pet Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

From Dogtopia: With Thanksgiving upon us, your pet may be dreaming about turkey, mashed potatoes and stuffing, but unfortunately there are harmful side effects that come along with these holiday treats. Dogtopia, a leading national dog daycare and spa franchise, offers the following tips to help pet parents keep their pets safe and healthy during [...]

Bad Mood Doggie

Gee … I hope I never run into this dog in a dark alley … he doesn’t look very friendly.

Alaskan Malamute

Although these pretty Alaskan dogs are known as sledding dogs, they are often now chosen as family pets.  They are very loyal dogs and highly intelligent but they do have a mind of their own.

Windblown Dog

Dog on a windy day in New York when Hurricane Sandy was approaching. Photo:  Thomas L. Cathey

Prissy Poodle

My, my … what a prissy looking poodle, with her little paw in the air.  Such a little lady … Photo:  Thomas L. Cathey

Welsh Springer Spaniel

The Springer Spaniel is a great dog to choose for a family pet.  He is both loyal, attentive and easy to train.  If you are looking for a dog to bring into your family, this dog is great with children.  Since he does have longer hair, there is an issue with shedding but we thing [...]

Tired Doggie

One tired pooch … waiting for his owner in New York City. Photo:  Thomas L. Cathey

Great Dane

“Let’s go driving … but who is charge?   Wow …  This is one big dog! Photo:  Richard Bell

Happy Halloween

Trick or Treat … don’t you just love Clara all dressed up in her Halloween costume?   New York dogs have the most fun! Everyone needs to have a little fun after this horrendous week dealing with hurricane Sandy. Photos:  Thomas L. Cathey