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We were all wolves once…

Wild and wary

Stealth and cunning.

Then we noticed you had couches.

Doggie Humour on Pintrest.com

Sir Yogi

Here’s Yogi and his five ribbons, won at his first Nose Work 1 trial last October. He was top dog completing all interior, exterior, vehicle and container searches in a total of 49 seconds. He ALWAYS has his nose to the ground!!

Send Buddy to Washington DC

Hi guys,

We only have 19 more days to raise a couple thousand dollars more. Let me know if you need me to send the email over again- or if there are any issues.

Thanks! Cass

P.S. Andrea and I met with the Conservancy today. They towed the company line repeating they have no influence over policy but it was good to let them know that we are going to hold them responsible for funding an anti-recreation GMP.

6 Dog Behavior Myths, Debunked

It’s hard to tell at first glance sometimes whether you’re dealing with a well-adjusted dog or not, but knowing how to spot subtle signs can make things go more smoothly for you and for the dog. So often our dogs or dogs we encounter are trying to tell us that they are scared, anxious, or unhappy. When we miss these signals, we tend to blame the dog.

GGNRA Dog Management Plan

Hi Friend,

Just wanted to let you know about our progress with fighting the GGNRA dog management plan. We got Supervisor Kate Sears to draft a resolution that opposes it, which is fantastic. She is supporting us but now she is going to have to get the other Marin Supervisors to approve it. We are reaching […]

Warning to all dog owners!

Dog food and treats made in China have been linked to pet illness and death.

Two growing scams bilk people of their pets—and even their money

Scams of all kinds are all too common and it seems that those behind them become more crafty and heartless as the days go by.
Those involving pets for financial gain—two in particular—are a growing problem. One that you may have heard of by way of the media in recent months, dog flipping, is harrowing not only for the humans who own the dogs, but the animals themselves.

International Homeless Pets Day!

International Homeless Pets Day!

Friday Haiku: Sunbeam

“This is my Kitty coming out of the dark side to enjoy some sun induced sleep. Kitty’s name is well…Kitty! You see, she was named by my roommate’s 3 year old and it was either that or Princess Fiona :).”

What To Do If You See A Yellow Ribbon on a Dog’s Leash

Anyone who has ever had an infirmed, unsocial or elderly dog is going to love The Yellow Dog Project, a global movement for parents of dogs that need space. The concept behind it is quite simple. If you see a dog with a yellow ribbon or other items tied to its leash, that signifies a dog who needs space and you should not attempt to pet the dog or bring your own dog over for a greeting. Now here’s an idea that’s long overdue.