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Articles tagged with 'Dogs'

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When a dog has a serious job to do

Published Aug. 14, 2014

More and more people are able to take their pooch to work thanks to the rise of dog-friendly offices, but few folks actually work with their pets. Christina Marshall does.

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Cedarburg man invents garage door opener app

Published July 20, 2014

Recently, Jacob Tabak helped develop an Android app called Timehop. With this technical know-how and successful design under his belt, Tabak turned his attention to his more pressing problems: a closed and locked garage door, full hands and the desire to solve human needs through better technology.

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Raw fail

Published Feb. 26, 2014

Lindsay Garric's dog writes a blog. About bones, of course.

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Local caregivers make food for their pets

Published Oct. 6, 2013

For many animal caregivers, pets are more than just pets - they are family members- and they want the same level of health for their pets as they do for their favorite humans. Hence, some caregivers choose to cook or prepare food for their pets.

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Big Dogg Bakery satisfies the pickiest pooches

Published Aug. 11, 2013

Frank Ortlieb at Big Dogg Bakery has been baking homemade, natural, healthy dog treats on-site in Bay View for about nine months. "Dogs seem to have more dietary restrictions than people, as well as the normal people-type allergies," he told OnMilwaukee.com.

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Full story about abducted dog comes to light in new book

Published July 12, 2013

Six months after her abducted dog, Briggs, was returned, Tricia O'Malley authored a book about the harrowing experience. She - along with Briggs and her other dog, Blue - will be at Boswell Books on Friday, July 12 at 7 p.m.

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An important meeting to save dogs

Published April 8, 2013

Ever heard of Wisconsin's Conservation Congress? If not, you're not alone. But you can make a difference for dogs if you attend a Conservation Congress meeting tonight, April 8, in your county.

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If you want the dog of your dreams, get a grown-up dog

Published March 29, 2013

Puppies. They sure are cute. But one major reason people get a puppy is completely mistaken. I said it once. You might have said it. You have friends who have said it. "I want a puppy so I can raise it to be exactly the dog I want."

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Tie a yellow ribbon 'round that shy dog's leash

Published March 20, 2013

Some dogs are fine when people and other dogs walk, or run, up to them. Some dogs are fine ... as long as they're left alone. The "Yellow Dog Project" is an effort to help those dogs.

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Birth of an entrepreneur

Published March 6, 2013

Steve Jagler's friend Tiffany Weber got tired of the rat race. So she's decided to go into the business of being Tiffany.

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Not an ending - a beginning

Published Feb. 18, 2013

In animal sheltering work, it's easy to think of each adoption as a "happy ending" to that animal's story. That's one way to think about it - but it's just as true to think of it as a "happy beginning." The love that begins between a person and an animal when they leave our shelter often lasts for many years. It doesn't just save the animal's life; it shapes the person's life, forever.