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Pops A1767839

Pops was in the Los Angeles City Animal Shelter. We heard about him Friday, January 27th, from one of our fosters, Holly Green. He was listed as blind, 14 years old, and shut down, just sleeping all day. Holly has a blind small dog of her own, and felt really bad for him. We contacted the shelter, and with the help of Terri Ferrell, we got him out that afternoon! Donations are tax deductible, you can make one quick and easy HERE, TAP! Holly was crying, because of his condition. Big black much all over his eyes, and he would scream if you tried to touch his face, even slightly. So we took him to the vet Saturday morning. Big...
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In the rain

Some tips: Though there is no magic solution, and you still may find it difficult or even not possible after watching through these tips... we hope at least one or two are useful and perhaps give you at least some ideas about what you might do. Though it rarely rains here in southern California, when it does it creates a problem for dog owners. One reason is precisely because it rains so rarely, our dogs, like us aren't used to it! Good luck out there, and if you have any tips, leave a comment!
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Coyote Season is here

SoCal Coyote Warning: We are now in coyote courting season when more coyotes will be seen in pairs as the courting season ritual begins. Coyote courting season is January and February, during which time we may see more coyotes in pairs exhibiting playful behavior such as jumping, dancing, and chasing. It is important for dog owners to be particularly attentive to their pets, as coyotes may view dogs as a threat, and may attack, especially puppies and older dogs less able to defend themselves. Rainfall can also affect coyote activity. Coyotes tend to be less active during storms due to the drop in barometric pressure, which makes them more lethargic. However, after storms pass through and barometric pressure increases, coyotes...
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