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Sue's Dog Blog
IN MEMORY OF BUTTER

BUTTERSCOTCH SUNDAY  1975-1987 After 20 years Bojangles still grieved for his dog, and 27 years later, I still grieve for Butterscotch, my first beautiful red and white basset.  Of all the dogs we've had, she was the most well bred, the ...

The Sacramento Bee
Pet Connection: Keep pets, especially dogs, in mind if you buy rat poison

It’s never good when a pet downs mouse or rat poison, but rodenticides containing anticoagulants are treatable with blood transfusions and vitamin K if the poisoning is caught in time.

The Sacramento Bee
SPCA Pet of the Week: Charlie

SPCA Pet of the Week: Charlie

Meet Charlie: He’s a 6-year-old Chihuahua mix (possibly with Italian greyhound) who has had a difficult summer. He was surrendered to us in June because his family realized that they didn’t have the time needed to properly care for him.


SSPCA Pet of the week Charlie

Sue's Dog Blog
DOG DAYS

I always dread the arrival of dog days of summer.  I have lost two dogs to the month of August, one on August 9 (Butterscotch, our first basset) and the other on August 15 (Patience, Butter's successor).  I have two old dogs, Peaches (11-ish)...

The Sacramento Bee
Find the hidden museum cats on World Cat Day

Find the hidden museum cats on World Cat Day

There are felines hiding in the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery.

The Sacramento Bee
11 dogs recovering after being seized from Davis Rottweiler rescue

Eleven malnourished Rottweilers are recovering after the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office seized them last week from the Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue in Davis.

The Sacramento Bee
Tall order at the Sacramento Zoo: Mother giraffe expecting

Tall order at the Sacramento Zoo: Mother giraffe expecting

A six feet tall, 150-pound baby is due in November or December in Land Park. The Sacramento Zoo made the happy announcement Wednesday that Shani, a Masai giraffe, is pregnant.

The Sacramento Bee
Picture it: Facial recognition to find lost dogs

Picture it: Facial recognition to find lost dogs

Any worried pet owner who has spent days hanging posters, making phone calls and knocking on neighbors' doors hopes there's a more scientific way to find a lost dog.


This May 16, 2014 photo provided by FindingRover.com shows founder of the smart phone application Finding Rover John Polimeno during a...

FOX40
Ebola in Animals

Aug 4, 2014
Ebola in Animals

Dr. Jyl explores the possibilities of transmitting ebola between animals and humans, and how it affects your pet.


The Sacramento Bee
Families sue Yuba City nonprofit for allegedly providing untrained dogs as service animals

Families sue Yuba City nonprofit for allegedly providing untrained dogs as service animals

Families of autistic children who paid thousands of dollars each for “service dogs” from a Yuba County nonprofit group are suing the organization, alleging fraud.


Joseph James, with son Sammy, says Bolt, from Pawsitive Service Dog Solutions, doesn’t aid the autistic boy.

Sammy James, 4,...

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