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Stolen Puppy In Denver

September 24, 2020

Police are looking for two teens who might have been involved.Meredith) — A couple in Denver is asking for the public’s help to find their dog after they say he was stolen at gunpoint. Loki was the perfect addition for Shawn Rozinski and his girlfriend. “He’s high energy, he’s very lovable, like he just loves […]

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PTSD Service Dogs

September 24, 2020

esearch has shown that support dogs can speed up recovery from PTSD. Yet the cost of purchasing a service animal can be out of reach for many veterans. KMOX News discovered one local group that provides support dogs at no charge. Nicole Lanahan sits on a chair and pretends to sob. “Recon,” a German Shepherd […]

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ESA Boogs Helps Staff

September 24, 2020

A Delaware Valley dog has joined his owner on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing joy and hope to vulnerable adults sheltering from exposure to the virus. For the past several weeks, Boogs, a black and white Shih Tzu, has been visiting residents of Divine Providence Village (DPV), an intermediate care facility (ICF) […]

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Therapy Dog Brings Joy

September 24, 2020

At Hoffmann Hospice, people receive end of life care and assistance in grieving loved ones who pass away. This is naturally a very emotional place to be, and one therapy dog is helping in such a wonderful way. In this week’s “Kern’s Kindness,” meet Bernie and his owner Molly Mier. “We adopted Bernie from a […]

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Paws Of War

September 24, 2020

War is hell. And puppies are swell. Take one-year-old Harley, who became best friend to a team of U.S. servicemen during their recent stint inside a Middle East combat zone. When Amjad Kerrish and his fellow Air National Guard fighters were shipping out, they were too enamored of Harley to leave the dog behind. But […]

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Service Dogs

September 24, 2020

September is National Service Dog Month and this week a veteran from Central Texas began training with his own new helper. Rhea Hambright and Beatrice are spending the week training at Service Dogs Incorporated in Dripping Springs. Hambright is a Marine and was injured during the Vietnam War. He and his new service dog are […]

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Rescued Animals Need Homes

September 24, 2020

After being evacuated from flooded areas in Louisiana and the Panhandle in the wake of hurricanes Laura and Sally, 24 rescue dogs have found new homes in Tampa Bay. In the past three weeks, the Society for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty have transported 78 dogs and 11 cats from rescue shelters in Louisiana and […]

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Saving Dog From A Fire

September 24, 2020

With the west still feeling the heat from this season’s wildfires, an organization is on a mission to help our four-legged friends who are also victims of these fires. For nearly a decade the Emma Zen Foundation in Anaheim, Calif. has been supplying fire departments and first responders with life-saving pet masks for dogs, cats […]

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Animal Kingdom

September 24, 2020

Pet owners will lead, carry or coax their treasured moggies, pups, lambs and birds to Nelson Cathedral on Sunday for a service arranged especially to bless them. The annual event has in the past attracted a menagerie of all-sorts, including rabbits, goats, cats, dogs, kunekune piglets, and once even a box of worms. This year’s […]

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Service Dog Awareness Month

September 24, 2020

September is Service Dog Awareness Month, a time when we honor the contributions and loyalty of some amazing animals that serve our nation’s military heroes. Bobby Bones, Radio and TV personality, joined us today to share about how he’s teaming up with Purina Dog Chow for their third annual service dog salute campaign. For many […]

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