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Adopt Don’t Shop -Dogs and Cats Rescued at Shelter!

The Cherokee County Animal Shelter, Canton, Georgia, had a very successful adoption event this past Saturday, December 6th. All dogs were adopted! Santa and all his helpers were there! There was a big turnout for breakfast with and photos with Santa. The staff and volunteers worked tirelessly. I am the dog pictured with Santa on the shelter’s announcement. Such an honor to be chosen. I know first-hand what a great shelter this is-I found my furever home there! Merry Christmas to all the rescued and adopted dogs and cats!

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To a Happy and Healthy New Year: Dog, Cat, Anipal! 2014

I pray all my Anipals will have a healthy new year. Please, please, please read all pet food and treat labels. Check the ingredients. If you are unfamiliar with an ingredient-research. There is so much information out there-at your fingertips and paws! Educate yourself on the recalls and pet foods and treats that have been reported to have adverse effects.
Stay up to date on pet medications, flea products, and even how a pet toy is made. Be informed a to WHERE products are manufactured and also where the ingredient or materials come from.
Don’t be afraid to contact a manufacturer and ASK questions.

Stay healthy and happy.

Love,

Tuck the Law Dog

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Merry Christmas 2013!

Merry Christmas 2013!

May you have a blessed day.

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December 25, 2013 · 7:24 pm

RAINBOW BRIDGE ANIPALS

 I realize I have not blogged since before the Christmas holidays. That does not mean to say that I have abandoned WordPress.  I remain here, in the background, checking comments that my readers have so gratiously  taken the time to leave for me.  I so appreciate each and every response and suggestion, and compliments from y’all.  Your kind words turn a stressful day into a happy relaxation. And,  I am so honored and grateful for the ever increasing page views.  So many of my readers have such interesting and helpful blogs here on WordPress and on Blogger.  I have been educated on dog health, dog food, animal laws from many countries, animal rights organizations, human health and nutrition, history, travel, and so many other topics from Bloggers. 

      If you are on Twitter or Facebook, I also check my Twitter and Facebook pages daily.   I now have over 500 Twitter followers. I have met so many “anipals” on Twitter and enjoy meeting each and every one.  I don’t just click the “follow” button.  I will check you out, see what interests you, where you are from, and “talk” to you.    I am interested in each and every anipal and their human that follows me, and have enjoyed many a lively discussion with most.

     Thanks to Blogger, WordPress, Twitter and Facebook, I now have friends and anipals from all over the world.  I am learning words from languages other than English with the assistance of Google and Bing Translate, or with Babelfish.  Do you know what BOL or MOL mean?  Why, Bark Out Loud and Meow Out Loud!

       So if you Tweet, give me a shout out at:   Twitter.com/TuckTheLawDog.

       Leave your comments here on WordPress or on Blogger. I will be blogging.

       I enjoy all this social media and am grateful for everyone new friend I have met. 

       And to Archie (Facebook & Twitter) and Austin (Twitter) who have this January 2013, taken the  journey to the Rainbow Bridge, enjoy being healthy and able to run and play like puppies once again, my friends. 

       Take care, y’all.

       Tuck the Law Dog

     

       

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GET ME THAT FILE ON THE “Human bites Dog” case!

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December 4, 2012 · 12:43 am

Christmas “Trees For Troops” Organization

Organization helps troops get Christmas trees – Atlanta  | FOX 5.

I may be a dog, but I love Christmas trees and I am so thankful for those who serve our country and protect me and my family.  So when I learned about this organization, I just had to share.    Trees for Troops ships Christmas trees by Fed-Ex all over the country.  What a great program.  To date, over 103,000 trees have been shipped to servicemen and women.   Please get the word out.  Thank you Trees for Troops and Fed-Ex!”

Merry Christmas,

Tuck the Law Dog

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My Anal (not annual) Dog Visit to the Veterinarian

I have been doing the “butt scootin boogie.”   So I went to my vet today.  Y’all may have experienced this once in a while.  Unfortunately small dogs like me tend to have “scootin” issues more frequently than big dogs, although my vet did tell me she met with a boxer earler today that also had a scootin problem.  For readers that don’t know for sure what I am talking about, “scootin” is a sign that dogs need to have their anal glands checked, and most likely expressed.  Long ago when dogs were wild, they ate a lot of bones,  raw meat and cartilage, which made their stools harder, and helped express these glands when they pooped.  Todays dogs for the most part have a more commercialized diet and thus softer stools.   Mom tried giving me more fiber in my diet-but that didn’t work  for me (darn!). Thus it is very important  for pet parents to keep an eye out for “scootin” signs.  Left unexpressed, these anal glands can become impacted and a more  serious medical procedure may be necessary.    It can be painful if these glands are left unexpressed for too long.  So keep an eye out, and if you see scootin, get to the vet or to a groomer that is experienced.  My Mom always takes me to our vet, because I have an internal expression done, not external, and a vet tech does this procedure.   At the same time, I have my nails checked.  So its a “two-in-one” visit, which I like as I usually have to be carried in as I refuse to walk in on my own.    Take care, and stay in good health my friends.

Tuck the Law Dog

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LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE

Verb

to let sleeping dogs lie (third-person singular simple present lets sleeping dogs liepresent participle letting sleeping dogs liesimple past and past participle let sleeping dogs lie)
  1. (idiomatic) To leave things as they are; especially, to avoid restarting or rekindling an old argument; to leave disagreements in the past.
    Eventually, they decided it would be best to let sleeping dogs lie and not discuss the matter any further.

Translations:  leave things as they are..

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OCTOBER IS ADOPT A SHELTER DOG MONTH

As my readers know, I was adopted from a shelter.  I am so very, very grateful to have my own bed, and a zillion toys, and a fenced yard to run around in.  My Mom & Dad say they are the lucky ones to have found me.  They say their lives are happier, more meaningful, and a lot more active (they emphasize  the more active part).  I guess it’s the Jack Russell in me.  I was pre-housetrained, too! Please don’t buy from a Puppy Mill.  Please go to your local animal shelter and give a pet a new home.  And, if you cannot adopt or rescue a dog, donate what you can to your local shelter, even if it is the price of a cup of coffee.  Animal shelters always can use:  Money, food, toys, towels, paper-towels, or even your time.  
Take care, y’all.
Tuck the Law Dog
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USA’s First Monument to Honor Military Working Dogs

USA’s First Monument to Honor Military Working Dogs

Thank you to Natural Balance Dog Food, PETCO, and all contributors.  And an ever bigger thank you “Bark” to all military dogs–you are all my heros.

Take Care, Y’all.

Tuck the Law Dog

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