This past Friday (October 19, 2012) marked the official opening of the first off-leash dog park in LA County. The $645,000, 1.5-acre fenced off area is located at the northwest section of Crescenta Valley Park (3901 Dunsmore Ave.). It is the result of over 5 years of work and lobbying effort by Community Volunteers for Dogs Off-Leash Gathering […]
I recently came across a very interesting interview with a seeing-eye dog trainer in the Los Angeles Loyolan. The interviewer presented 11 questions to a volunteer puppy raiser for the Guide Dogs of America. If you have ever wondered about things like ‘What is involved in training a seeing-eye dog?’ or ‘What are some of the difficulties you […]
According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, a man was struck and killed by an Amtrack train earlier this week, while he was trying to rescue his dog from the railroad track. The tragic incident occurred at around 2:45 P.M. on Tuesday, near the community of La Conchita in Ventura County. Although an investigation […]
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When you own a dog, proper feeding habits should begin during puppyhood and last all throughout the life of your pet. The overall condition of your dog’s health is in your hands and it is just one of the responsibilities of being a good pet owner. It is necessary for puppies and adult dogs alike […]
This video is about a very unusual breed of dog – the Basenji. It’s most unique characteristic is that it doesn’t bark – it only does something that resembles yodeling. However, since the Basenji is less vocal than most dogs, it makes it a great dog for city dwellers who don’t want to disturb the […]
Yes – you read that correctly. The city of Beverly Hills, California has a rule on the books forbidding the posting of any sort of posters or flyers without first receiving permission from the city council. While this law doesn’t normally get enforced nor make the news, it did recently get attention when the Department […]