Tag Archives: Dog News

Canine Lives Matter

What an absolutely horrific story! If you can bear to read the whole thing, you can find it on Raw Story. To say things don’t add up here would be an understatement.

This is serving and protecting?

The chief has since resigned, and I’m thinking it might be a great idea to stick him in a cage and put him out in the middle of the firing range for a while.

Sending our condolences to the Womack family on the loss of their beloved dog, Chase.

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Wednesday’s Wacky World of Dog News

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office  / Ofc. Chris Hegstrom
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office / Ofc. Chris Hegstrom

I’ve had so much other stuff to tell you about over the past few weeks, I haven’t been able to share much of what’s going on in the dog news world lately. Without further delay, here’s a roundup of all the news that’s fit to print.

West Valley (AZ) Puppy Mill Bust
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office recently rescued as many as 130 Pugs and French Bulldogs from a puppy mill operation in Tonopah. They received an anonymous tip about conditions in the home and asked the homeowners to take care of the situation. When nothing was done, deputies returned and took control of the dogs without incident. The owners now face animal neglect charges.

According to ABC15, the dogs are available for adoption. For more information or to adopt one of these dogs call 602-876-1212 or email [email protected]. Continue reading Wednesday’s Wacky World of Dog News

Dog Rescued After Fall into 200-Foot Gorge

Wow! The Blaze is reporting a truly amazing story. After their dog plunged over the edge of a gorge, this family held a memorial service, sure that no one could have survived the fall.

Just when they were ready to leave the park, a Good Samaritan said that he had seen the dog on a ledge. The rescue shows you should never, ever give up hope!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

News from the world of dog fighting

WSFA.com: News Weather and Sports for Montgomery, AL.First the good news: In Alabama, where 55 dogs were recently rescued from a dog fighting ring, one of the “people” has pleaded guilty and has been sentenced to five years in prison. Roderick Sweetwyne was the first of the six suspects to plead to any charges. He could have received up to 20 years, but apparently got only five because he pleaded out.
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