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Deaf, blind dog stays with missing girl, leads rescuers to her location

QUEENSLAND, Australia (WCMH) -- A little girl in Australia that was lost for several hours is safe thanks to the family's blind and deaf dog. Max is a 17-year-old cattle dog, who is deaf and partially blind. Now, he's being called a hero after saving the life of 3-year-old Aurora Kyle.

Wed, Apr 25, 2018 11:03 PM

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Dog being called hero for staying with missing 6-year-old until rescuers arrived

TALLASSEE, Tenn. (WATE) - Authorities in Blount County say an endangered child missing since Monday night has been found safe along with his dog, which is being described as a hero. Deputies say Kaydon Leach, 6, was found about a half mile from his home. He was found lying down with his dog, a small black and white terrier. The dog is being hailed a hero by officials.

Wed, Apr 25, 2018 11:29 PM

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Selfie dog's are here

Having selfies in events or meetups has been a common activity among humans but with the flowing time, this moment capturing activity is now adopted by dog’s too which can be seen by this online booming selfie of dogs in OAKLAND , Calif (KTVU).

Dog lovers hearts are filled with pleasure and joy with this selfie dog, the dog in front capturing selfie is a grinning black Labrador mix names as Rouge. He is loving to pose with his tongue out in the group of all other count of canines, all with a different pose and style.

Go Fetch Dog Daycare and Boarding published this picture merely 30days before, but it got in boom period on social media just couple a days ago.

Matt Ramsey the  owner states that the photo was not staged, all the dogs were standing still.

 

Mon, May 14, 2018 2:13 PM

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Amazon delivery driver had to return stolen dog after the owner emails Jeff Bezos

When a pup was missing from home after the Amazon delivery, the owner Richard Guttfield got the address of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos which is public to see if he could help.

The delivery man of Amazon dropped a package at the UK residence of Guttfield in Marsworth, Buckinghamshire. But while returning he secretly stoles the dog named wilma. That was later found nowhere by owners.

After an email to Jeff Bezos, they were served by someone from Amazon who tracked the delivery driver and found the dog in his house. After 5 days of search finally the dog returned to her home.

The lucky charm who helped owners to find their dog is an Amazon employ “Rob”. Who was going through Bezos inbox and investigated on this case, that lead to the Wilma returned back to her home from the driver’s home.

A spokesperson told CNBC in an email that such things doesn’t copes with companies standardised delivery partners. A reply from Amazon states that we take these matters seriously and the delivery person who committed such a shameful act is now no longer working with Amazon delivery service provider.

Guttfield was satisfied with the actions of company but cautioned other customers to be safe from such threat.

He stated that this can happen with anybody as our homes are exposed to such drivers although number of then are great persons, but we must be aware of them. Its just a good luck that I got Wilma back.

Mon, May 14, 2018 5:16 PM

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Not everything is safe for dog's.

The essential oils that are diffused in air are quite in fashion for pleasant smelling homes and relaxeing the atmosphere. But have you ever thought about is it safe for your pet? We usually thinks that what is safe for us will be safe for animals too and that’s where we get wrong.

Dogs have the ability of senses about 10,000 to 100,000 times stronger then humans. So can it be possible that they won’t be able to smell the oils smell in the air or diffusers. These things might be good for humans but they acts as poison to your dog. Said by Dr.Michael Rickwald.

These diffusers and other essential oils when exposed to your dog can be toxic for them. We cant say them directly as toxic for your pets but there grade, purity level and how often are they used too depends upon product so be confirm before using them that are they dog friendly or not.

According to veterinary centres of America, oils with cinnamon, tea tree, peppermint, citrus and others can be poisonous to pets. If this thing is happening from quite a while in your house then do check for uncommon signs.

You might notice them more towards lethargic, might look like dunked and some other kinds of changes in behaviour. It could also cause problem in breathing or coughing. The worse of all if you are using a diffuser then stop it right there and take your pet to the veterinarian.

Rickwald says “according to me a count of people believes that if it’s safe for you then its safe for their pets too. It’s not the case I used to see commonly but people must take care of it.

Tue, May 15, 2018 1:55 PM

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