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What is Flyball?

If you've never seen dogs competing in flyball, you have definitely missed a treat! A relatively new dog sport, the first tournament was held in 1983. However, it caught on quickly, thanks in part to a demonstration on The Tonight Show early in flyball's history. Now, flyball is a very popular dog sport, with thousands of dogs and hundreds of clubs all over the world.

What is Flyball?
In a nutshell, flyball is a relay hurdle race between two teams of dogs. So where does the ball come in? Actually, if you watch a flyball competition, you have to look carefully to find the ball! Each dog races over jumps, catches a ball from an automated box, and returns over the same jumps with the ball. It all happens so fast, though, that we humans can barely follow the action.
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Akita
I've owned 2 male Akitas. They've both been very healthy, low maintenance, friendly to humans, have lived with other pets but are NOT good with other males. Don't require a great deal of exercise.. A walk twice a day is plenty. Mine chew ice cubes after a walk. Neither of them showed any real interest in chewing anything else, but this has proven to keep their teeth and gums healthy and it's kind of funny, too. Can't sing their praises enough. Wonderful family membe

Coton de Tulear
My frenid Joan in My frenid Joan in Toronto was featured on Dogs With Jobs in Canada about 10 years ago. She hadÔĽŅ a standard poodle named Morgan as her narcolepsy service dog, and to our knowledge he was the first in the world. Joan now has Shaba as her service dog. Because the collapses in narcolepsy are actually paralysis (cataplexy) rather than sleep, Shaba's job is to drag her to a safe place when she's going to collapse, and stand over her and protect her while she's down. Was this

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What is a microchip and why is it so important tha
Posted 7/31/2017
What is a microchip and why is it so important that our puppies have one? A microchip is a unique identification code that is implanted between the shoulder blades of the dog/puppy. The dog is then enrolled with the AKC Reunited Recovery Program. AKC Reunited maintains a national database and is available 24-hours daily, 365 days a year. When a lost pet is found, it can be scanned at any animal shelter or by a veterinarian. The animalís identification number is called into AKC Reunited, and the pet owner is notified immediately. 305.904.9796 http:...
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Featured Breed -

Australian Shepherd

The Australian Shepherd At a Glance
Recognized By AKC, CanKC, UKC, CKC, KCUK, FCI
Country of Origin United States
Life Expectancy 13 - 15 yrs
Height Range 20 - 23 in (M); 18 - 21 in (F)
Weight Range 50 - 65 lbs (M); 40 - 55 lbs (F)
Colors Red, Red Merle, Blue Merle, Black; with or without white markings, with or without tan/copper points
Trainability Excellent. Natural for obedience.
With Children Very good
With Animals Good
Climate Tolerates cold well
Indoor/Outdoor Enjoys indoor compaionship but needs lots of outdoor room
Exercise Reqd High. Needs plenty of outdoor exercise and interaction
Grooming Reqd Moderate, due to dense coat
Australian Shepherd Information
The founding registry for the breed is the Australian Shepherd Club of America. This organization is responsible for the development of the breed and breed standard, and they maintain their own registry and shows. The ASCA maintains a stringent code of ethics among members, so many respected, reputable breeders will dual-register with both ASCA and AKC.
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Dog Question of the Week

Some answers to last week's question:
What's the coolest dog name you ever heard?
This Week's Question:
Do you think dogs can read our emotions?
We met a couple at the pet supply store who's dog was named ""Ed."" You know a dog named Ed is gonna be cool!
Ed from Ft Worth, TX, USA
I think the coolest dog name EVER is ""Strudel."" Probably has to be a German dog, though, like a German Shepherd.
Callie from Ann Arbor, MI, USA
I have heard some good ones over the years but I rather like my own. Three of them are Veruca, Sweeney (Todd) and Ellen Degeneres.
Jessica from Hawley, PA, USA
Riverstead's Mad Dog Skull Cap ""Deogie pronounced D.O.G.
Anonymous from Halifax, Nova Scotia, CAN
biscuit
allan from bangalore, karnataka, India
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