Dog adoption – Cochrane Dog Training http://cochranedogtraining.com/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 08:10:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://cochranedogtraining.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-2022-01-31T193452.047-150x150.jpg Dog adoption – Cochrane Dog Training http://cochranedogtraining.com/ 32 32 Charlie’s house! The RivCo family shares the heartbreaking story of adopting a dog https://cochranedogtraining.com/charlies-house-the-rivco-family-shares-the-heartbreaking-story-of-adopting-a-dog/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 22:05:52 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/charlies-house-the-rivco-family-shares-the-heartbreaking-story-of-adopting-a-dog/ RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA – A severely dehydrated, malnourished and abandoned Boxer-mix known as Charlie has a new home and a new lease of life after being rescued in Riverside. Found and ultimately rescued by the Paasch family of Riverside, after ten days they were finally able to call it their own. “The poor pooch was […]]]>

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA – A severely dehydrated, malnourished and abandoned Boxer-mix known as Charlie has a new home and a new lease of life after being rescued in Riverside.

Found and ultimately rescued by the Paasch family of Riverside, after ten days they were finally able to call it their own.

“The poor pooch was in bad shape,” said John Welsh, spokesman for the Riverside County Animal Services Center.

Kristi Paasch was walking near her Riverside Greenbelt home and the family took in the severely dehydrated and malnourished dog. They called him “Charlie”, according to Welsh he was “a hot mess”.

“I came next to him lying on the street next to an overturned city trash can,” she said in a Youtube video shared by the center. “He wasn’t scared or aggressive.” Paasch describes in the video returning home to get some dog food and water in an effort to show the dog that they weren’t a threat to him. In the end, it didn’t matter.

Charlie came with them of his own free will. As they attempted to clean him up, the depth of his condition hit home.

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” she said. He was covered in fleas and ticks and needed urgent veterinary care. They learned that the large abscess on his hind leg would require surgery and medication. More importantly, since he was microchipped, they would have to take him to the county to see if the owners could be traced.

“Although it pained them to abandon Charlie at the shelter, they never stopped thinking about saving him,” Welsh said.

Paasch said she called the shelter every day for ten days, asking after that the dog she knew in her heart was hers.

Charlie, waiting for his family to pick him up. (Photo by Riverside County Animal Services.)

“We called every day, hoping they found the owner and there was a reasonable explanation for the dog’s appalling condition, but no one showed up,” she said.

They came to claim Charlie as their own once the waiting period was over.

Charlie is home now, enjoying his surroundings and his family. But a photo taken by a neighbor’s security camera caused Paasch to stop. The photo shows Charlie lying in front of their property before reuniting. What a difference a few days make.

Charlie resting in front of his new home. (Picture: Kristi Paasch).

Whatever his life was before, he now has a loving home and family.

Paasch sees this photo as a sign that Charlie was meant to be theirs, saying, “I think he might have chosen us.”

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Adopting a dog is more than playing all day, vet bills, training https://cochranedogtraining.com/adopting-a-dog-is-more-than-playing-all-day-vet-bills-training/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 17:58:51 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/adopting-a-dog-is-more-than-playing-all-day-vet-bills-training/ Here are a few things, including vet fees, pet insurance, training, food and treats, to think about and prepare for before proceeding with adopting a dog. Veterinary fees Adopting from a reputable organization saves money on vet bills, as the dog’s medical history and records are likely to be provided. They may also include neutering […]]]>

Here are a few things, including vet fees, pet insurance, training, food and treats, to think about and prepare for before proceeding with adopting a dog.

Veterinary fees

Adopting from a reputable organization saves money on vet bills, as the dog’s medical history and records are likely to be provided. They may also include neutering or neutering, as well as vaccines or medications, depending on the age of the dog.

When adopting from a different source, be sure to ask about veterinary records and anything that needs to be addressed in terms of your new dog’s health. A dog may appear perfectly healthy but hide health problems ranging from the simplest to the most complex, such as worms or mites.

If the dog is not spayed or neutered, some programs offer low-cost spaying and neutering, which is sometimes provided by local veterinarians or animal rights groups. Unless an existing record or the person housing the dog has covered some of these costs, dogs will almost certainly need vaccinations.

pet insurance

Pet insurance allows a new dog owner to budget for unexpected veterinary bills caused by accidents or illnesses. Routine care, such as annual visits, vaccinations and prescriptions, are also covered by some policies.

In 2020, 3.45 million pets were insured, according to the North American Pet Health Insurance Association’s industry report. Dog owners in the United States pay an average monthly premium of $18.17 to $49.51 for different levels of coverage.

dog training

When a professional dog trainer is hired, dog training can be quite expensive. Some dog owners prefer to train their dogs in a classroom or in a group, which is much less expensive. It also helps the new dog owner and the companion dog get to know each other and work towards a common goal, as well as bonding. For dog training, video lessons and library books are also available. An important factor when considering dog adoption is that dog training is most effective when the dog is treated consistently.

Grooming

Grooming is another area where the breed, size, and type of dog adopted can have a big impact. Regular brushing and bathing is necessary for dogs with long or thick hair. There are less expensive options, such as bathing at home, and more expensive options, such as weekly grooming.

Unforeseen expenses + Invoices

Walls, furniture, shoes and clothing can all be broken or destroyed by dogs, especially puppies. It is inevitable that pets get sick or pee on the carpet. Owning a new dog may require you to pay for items that the animal may destroy at some point.

Food + treats

Dogs need food to survive, which makes food an essential purchase. Treats, on the other hand, are an important source of positive reinforcement when training and learning about a new dog. If the dog has special dietary needs, their activity level and age will also impact how much food they need.

Also Read: Safe Handling of Pet Food and Dishes: Only Less Than 5% of Dog Owners in the U.S. Aware of FDA Guidelines

Exercise + Walk

Even if your dog has a yard to play in and use the bathroom, experts recommend allowing him an hour of daily walking. Regular exercise is essential, and depending on the breed, they may need more than an hour of daily walking, or they may need to run or swim to burn off excess energy. This is especially important for puppies, but older dogs also need regular exercise. Experts warn that if these dogs don’t get enough exercise, they can become destructive and depressed.

Night Habits + Maintenance

Dogs are ideal for people who prefer to stay at home or if their care can be shared among a few people. New dog owners need to be home every few hours to allow their dogs to poop or pee. Most adult dogs can hold it overnight, but they should go out early in the morning. A pee pad can be used by small dogs.

Leaving a dog home alone for an extended period of time can lead to dog depression. They may urinate or pee on the floor, chew on shoes or furniture, or engage in other destructive behaviors.

Related Article: Abandoned dog numbers rise as pet owners battle rising cost of living in UK

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Business News | Nishabd Shelter launches virtual dog adoption program for the first time in India https://cochranedogtraining.com/business-news-nishabd-shelter-launches-virtual-dog-adoption-program-for-the-first-time-in-india/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 12:30:29 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/business-news-nishabd-shelter-launches-virtual-dog-adoption-program-for-the-first-time-in-india/ Delhi NCR [India] June 15 (ANI/NewsView): If you are considering adding a dog to your family, you should ask yourself many questions. It’s an exciting and life-changing decision, but one that shouldn’t be taken halfway. One of those considerations is whether to get your new family member from an animal shelter or a responsible breeder? […]]]>

Delhi NCR [India] June 15 (ANI/NewsView): If you are considering adding a dog to your family, you should ask yourself many questions. It’s an exciting and life-changing decision, but one that shouldn’t be taken halfway. One of those considerations is whether to get your new family member from an animal shelter or a responsible breeder? Well, there is no “responsible” breeder.

While the goal of a pet store is to make money, the goal of an animal shelter is to save lives and prevent suffering. People who breed and sell animals make the overpopulation problem worse, and you shouldn’t support them. Most animals sold in pet stores were raised in large-scale breeding factories, where they were crammed into tiny dirty cages or bins. On the other hand, adopted animals tend to be more affectionate than those purchased from a breeder. It could be due to a “sixth sense” knowing you saved them or they know their life is much better now than it was in the past. Either way, it’s wonderful.

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But choosing the right shelter can be difficult. If you’re looking to adopt a new best friend, look no further than the Nishabd Shelter – the NCR community’s biggest animal savior. Together with Nishabd, they can also make efforts to bring the community together to help rescue dogs and help people learn more about how to interact safely and compassionately with street dogs.

Nishabd Shelter is home to many healthy, friendly dogs waiting to be adopted into a loving family. Adopting a pet from Nishabd is simple and their experienced adoption team will guide you through every step of the process. In addition, they take care of all the administrative, transport and medical formalities. All you have to do is pick up your new family member when they arrive! The initiative has been a very rewarding and heartwarming experience for us, as hundreds of stray dogs in Nishabd have already found a place in people’s hearts and homes.

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It’s understandable that animal lovers can’t adopt every stray dog, so becoming the guardian of that special being whose story has touched you is a popular alternative to adoption. That is why; The Nishabd Guardian program makes the “purrfect” project or gift! The bond formed by this virtual adoption is one that keeps you connected to your special friend’s progress and gives you the opportunity to spend time with them and witness their growth over time. Plus, you can “adopt” as many as you want; or “adopt” one as a gift/tribute in honor or memory of a loved one! Your monthly donation is used to help your chosen companion dog in their shelter. Your donation will help with food, shelter, toys, blankets, rehabilitation, behavioral support, and medical and general care, including your virtual pet.

Nishabd is a young, dynamic and zealous organization advocating for animal welfare, especially for stray dogs, which have been largely ignored in our community. They began their humble journey in 2018 as a non-profit, non-kill volunteer dog rescue organization. The shelter is located in the Dadri district of Uttar Pradesh. The goal of the Nishabd team is to ensure that every dog ​​in our care receives quality medical treatment, along with plenty of warmth and affection so they can start living a happy, healthy life again.

Nishabd is an initiative of Ruchika Gupta Narang (Founder, Nishabd) of Ramagya Group, who felt the need to build a free medical facility for stray animals where the best, most advanced, ethical and highly skilled medical care is readily available. . available. Ruchika says, “Our main goal is the rescue of sick and injured stray animals that need immediate medical attention. Nishabd truly believes that animals are the real victims on earth. They didn’t declare war, they didn’t no weapons and they don’t have “I don’t want to destroy humans or impose their religion. Their only ‘crime’ is to exist.” In honor of her vast contributions to animal welfare, Ruchika was recently awarded “Best Female Social Leader of the Year” by UBS Mumbai.

Nishabd maintains close cooperation between the various volunteers and other animal welfare organizations such as Krishaj Foundation, CGS Hospital, Desi Club, Nestlé and Goonj. With their help, more than 60 awareness campaigns on the timely sterilization and vaccination of street dogs have been carried out in different locations in the NCR. Over the past few years, the organization, with the support of part-time volunteers, has proudly rescued over 1800 dogs, dewormed over 3600, vaccinated over 2000 and medically treated over 5300 dogs in the NCR. Apart from that, the shelter feeds stray dogs daily in Dadri and Noida. In total, they touched the lives of more than 1,50,000 dogs in distress. In addition, with the service of veterinarians on board, the NGO has managed to save more than 90 dogs through life-saving surgeries. Recently, MCD councilors in Vasundhara enclave recognized Nishabd’s work and approved a small outpost for ‘Nishabd’ in East Delhi to rescue more animals and provide shelter.

For more information, please visit ramagyafoundation.org.

This story is provided by NewsSee. ANI shall in no way be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsView)

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Nishabd Shelter launches virtual dog adoption program for the first time in India https://cochranedogtraining.com/nishabd-shelter-launches-virtual-dog-adoption-program-for-the-first-time-in-india/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 11:05:15 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/nishabd-shelter-launches-virtual-dog-adoption-program-for-the-first-time-in-india/ Delhi NCR, India (NewsView) If you are considering adding a dog to your family, you need to ask yourself a lot of questions. It’s an exciting and life-changing decision, but one that shouldn’t be taken halfway. One of those considerations is whether to get your new family member from an animal shelter or a responsible […]]]>

Delhi NCR, India (NewsView) If you are considering adding a dog to your family, you need to ask yourself a lot of questions. It’s an exciting and life-changing decision, but one that shouldn’t be taken halfway. One of those considerations is whether to get your new family member from an animal shelter or a responsible breeder? Well, there is no “responsible” breeder. While the goal of a pet store is to make money, the goal of an animal shelter is to save lives and prevent suffering. People who breed and sell animals make the overpopulation problem worse, and you shouldn’t support them. Most animals sold in pet stores were raised in large-scale breeding factories, where they were crammed into tiny dirty cages or bins. On the other hand, adopted animals tend to be more affectionate than those purchased from a breeder. It could be due to a “sixth sense” knowing you saved them or they know their life is much better now than it was in the past. Either way, it’s wonderful. But choosing the right shelter can be difficult. If you’re looking to adopt a new best friend, look no further than the Nishabd Shelter – the NCR community’s biggest animal savior. Together with Nishabd, they can also make efforts to bring the community together to help rescue dogs and help people learn more about how to interact safely and compassionately with street dogs. Nishabd Shelter is home to many healthy, friendly dogs waiting to be adopted into a loving family. Adopting a pet from Nishabd is simple and their experienced adoption team will guide you through every step of the process. In addition, they take care of all the administrative, transport and medical formalities. All you have to do is pick up your new family member when they arrive! The initiative has been a very rewarding and heartwarming experience for us, as hundreds of stray dogs in Nishabd have already found a place in people’s hearts and homes. It’s understandable that animal lovers can’t adopt every stray dog, so becoming the guardian of that loved one whose story has touched you is a popular alternative to adoption. That is why; The Nishabd Guardian program makes the “purrfect” project or gift! The bond formed by this virtual adoption is one that keeps you connected to your special friend’s progress and gives you the opportunity to spend time with them and witness their growth over time. Plus, you can “adopt” as many as you want; or “adopt” one as a gift/tribute in honor or memory of a loved one! Your monthly donation is used to help your chosen companion dog in their shelter. Your donation will help with food, shelter, toys, blankets, rehabilitation, behavioral support, and medical and general care, including your virtual pet. About Nishabd Shelter – Raising Voice For The Voiceless Nishabd is a young, dynamic and zealous organization advocating for animal welfare, especially for stray dogs, which have been largely ignored in our community. They began their humble journey in 2018 as a non-profit, non-kill volunteer dog rescue organization. The shelter is located in the Dadri district of Uttar Pradesh. The goal of the Nishabd team is to ensure that every dog ​​in our care receives quality medical treatment, along with plenty of warmth and affection so they can start living a happy, healthy life again. Nishabd is an initiative of Mrs. Ruchika Gupta Narang (Founder, Nishabd) of Ramagya Group, who felt the need to build a free medical facility for stray animals where the best, most advanced, ethical and highly skilled medical care is readily available. available. Mrs. Ruchika says, “Our main focus is the rescue of sick and injured strays that need immediate medical attention. Nishabd truly believes that animals are the real victims on earth. They haven’t declared war, they don’t have weapons and they don’t want to destroy humans or impose their religion. Their only “crime” is to exist. In honor of her vast contributions to animal welfare, Ms. Ruchika was recently awarded “Best Female Social Leader of the Year” by UBS Mumbai. Nishabd maintains close cooperation between the various volunteers and other animal welfare organizations such as Krishaj Foundation, CGS Hospital, Desi Club, Nestlé and Goonj. With their help, more than 60 awareness campaigns on the timely sterilization and vaccination of street dogs have been carried out in different locations in the NCR. Over the past few years, the organization, with the support of part-time volunteers, has proudly rescued over 1800 dogs, dewormed over 3600, vaccinated over 2000 and medically treated over 5300 dogs in the NCR. Apart from that, the shelter feeds stray dogs daily in Dadri and Noida. In total, they touched the lives of more than 1,50,000 dogs in distress. In addition, with the service of veterinarians on board, the NGO has managed to save more than 90 dogs through life-saving surgeries. Recently, MCD councilors in Vasundhara enclave recognized Nishabd’s work and approved a small outpost for ‘Nishabd’ in East Delhi to rescue more animals and provide shelter. For more information, please visit ramagyafoundation.org. REP REP

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Animal shelter waives adult dog adoption fees due to heatwave https://cochranedogtraining.com/animal-shelter-waives-adult-dog-adoption-fees-due-to-heatwave/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 23:50:00 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/animal-shelter-waives-adult-dog-adoption-fees-due-to-heatwave/ A Cincinnati animal shelter that is currently overcapacity is begging the public to adopt dogs this week as excessive heat has affected much of Greater Cincinnati. Cincinnati Animal CARE shared online Tuesday that they had four dogs treated Tuesday with heat-related issues. “This old facility was not built to house that many dogs,” the shelter […]]]>

A Cincinnati animal shelter that is currently overcapacity is begging the public to adopt dogs this week as excessive heat has affected much of Greater Cincinnati. Cincinnati Animal CARE shared online Tuesday that they had four dogs treated Tuesday with heat-related issues. “This old facility was not built to house that many dogs,” the shelter wrote on Facebook. housing multiple dogs per kennel is on the table, but could pose security concerns. Due to the heat and overcapacity, Cincinnati Animal CARE is waiving adoption fees for all adult dogs through Friday. Adopters will still need to purchase a Hamilton County dog ​​license, according to the shelter. Anyone who is not able to adopt at the moment can also foster an animal at the moment. Placement is free and temporary, and Cincinnati Animal CARE will provide you with all supplies. Click here to find out more, see available animals or adopt. Click here to find out more, see available animals or adopt.

A Cincinnati animal shelter that is currently overcapacity is begging the public to adopt dogs this week as excessive heat has affected much of Greater Cincinnati.

Cincinnati Animal CARE shared online Tuesday that they had four dogs treated for heat-related issues on Tuesday.

“This old facility was not built to house that many dogs,” the shelter wrote on Facebook.

The shelter is currently at 225% capacity and shelter officials said they cannot keep the overflow areas cool enough for the number of dogs there.

They said housing multiple dogs per kennel was on the table, but that could cause safety issues.

Due to the heat and overcapacity, Cincinnati Animal CARE is waiving adoption fees for all adult dogs through Friday. Adopters will still need to purchase a Hamilton County dog ​​license, according to the shelter.

Anyone who is unable to adopt at this time can also adopt an animal at this time. Placement is free and temporary, and Cincinnati Animal CARE will provide you with all supplies. Click here to find out more, see available animals or adopt.

Click here to find out more, see available animals or adopt.

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The 3-3-3 rule of adopting a dog that will help ease your mind https://cochranedogtraining.com/the-3-3-3-rule-of-adopting-a-dog-that-will-help-ease-your-mind/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 18:27:18 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/the-3-3-3-rule-of-adopting-a-dog-that-will-help-ease-your-mind/ Adopting a dog from a shelter brings excitement, nervousness and stress all at the same time. You may be wondering how long it will take them to settle into your new home or how you can help them during the transition period. This is where the 3-3-3 rule comes in – it is a general […]]]>

Adopting a dog from a shelter brings excitement, nervousness and stress all at the same time.

You may be wondering how long it will take them to settle into your new home or how you can help them during the transition period.

This is where the 3-3-3 rule comes in – it is a general guideline referring to a rescue dog’s adjustment period to a new home.

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A snapshot of a three-step chart went viral on Reddit this week, receiving over 22,200 votes and nearly 200 comments.

Lucy_Pugz shared the image on the r/coolguides subreddit forum and explained, “It doesn’t happen overnight. Each dog is unique and will adapt differently.

Many dog ​​owners supported the board, with one person commenting: ‘My wife and I started working with a local foster company (Peanut Mutter Rescue) and we followed this rule and it’s really amazing to see the pup slowly but surely coming out of their shell. I hope more people will see this and give their pup some patience while they adjust.



It doesn’t happen overnight

Although many owners noted that the dogs would change even more after three months.

One Reddit user said, “It doesn’t end in three months, they will continue to settle in and show new signs of confidence and growth for a long time.”

Another agreed: “It took almost a year for my rescue to feel comfortable being with us for long periods of time.”

What is the 3-3-3 rule?

It’s just a guide and it’s different for every dog, but the guide refers to the three general stages of a rescue dog’s adjustment period when they settle into a new home, taking them through from three days to three weeks to three months.



Lovely Olive is looking for a house today.  She is cared for by the Rainbow Rehoming Centre.  Email them at rainbowrehoming@gmail.com to find out how to apply for her.
Lovely Olive is looking for a house today. She is cared for by the Rainbow Rehoming Centre. Email them at rainbowrehoming@gmail.com to find out how to apply for her.

3 days

Within the first three days of your dog’s arrival, you may notice some of the following behaviors:

  • Feeling overwhelmed: A new environment can be frightening and overwhelming for your dog. They may not feel comfortable or act on their own.
  • Unable to eat or drink: Nerves can prevent your dog from eating or drinking and he may lose his appetite.
  • Hiding: You may notice your dog hiding under furniture and wanting to be alone. They can sleep a lot and avoid human contact.
  • Testing Boundaries: Your dog has new boundaries to test and he may want to explore his new environment. They may have accidents indoors and try to sit on furniture.

Three weeks

After three weeks, your dog begins to settle in and feel a little more comfortable.

  • They will get used to your usual routine and may understand when their next meal is or when to expect a walk.
  • Your dog may have started letting his guard down and showing you his true self.
  • It is also during this time that they may exhibit behavioral issues and will need training to understand what is right and wrong.


Big Manny is looking for a house today.  He is supported by the Rainbow Rehoming Center.  Email them at rainbowrehoming@gmail.com to find out how to apply for her.
Big Manny is looking for a house today. He is supported by the Rainbow Rehoming Center. Email them at rainbowrehoming@gmail.com to find out how to apply for her.

3 months

When your rescue dog has been with you for three months, he usually feels at home and has a well-established routine.

  • You may have established a bond of trust with them, and they will feel a sense of security with your family.
  • It is important to note that the 3-3-3 rule is a general guideline and not all dogs will follow these steps – it may take a lot longer for them to feel at home.

How can I help my rescue dog settle into the house?

A Dogs Trust spokesperson told DogsLive: “All dogs are individual and it’s important to let them settle in at their own pace.

“Before they arrive, set up a den in a quiet space, away from main, busy thoroughfares, where they can rest undisturbed.

“Allow them time alone and come to you when they are ready. Creating and sticking to a daily routine will help your dog know what to expect and when.



Honey Holly is looking for a house today.  She is cared for by the Rainbow Rehoming Centre.  Email them at rainbowrehoming@gmail.com to find out how to apply for her.
Honey Holly is looking for a house today. She is cared for by the Rainbow Rehoming Centre. Email them at rainbowrehoming@gmail.com to find out how to apply for her.

“Taking walks that are short and in one place to begin with will give your dog time to familiarize himself with his new area and orient himself.

“Remember to keep an eye on your dog’s body language so you can react appropriately if he shows signs of fear or anxiety, such as licking his lips, yawning and having his tail between his paws. This will help them feel safe as they settle into their new home.

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🌱 Dog Adoption Event + Pride Golf Cart Parade + Bird Watching Backpacks https://cochranedogtraining.com/%f0%9f%8c%b1-dog-adoption-event-pride-golf-cart-parade-bird-watching-backpacks/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 01:28:00 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/%f0%9f%8c%b1-dog-adoption-event-pride-golf-cart-parade-bird-watching-backpacks/ Hi there! It’s me, Kristen, your host for the Dunedin Daily – back in your inbox with the city’s top news today. Without delay… First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and humid. High: 89 Low: 79. Congratulations to our main local sponsors: Attention Dog Parents “Dogedin” – If You Can’t Eat It, Why Give It […]]]>

Hi there! It’s me, Kristen, your host for the Dunedin Daily – back in your inbox with the city’s top news today. Without delay…


First, today’s weather forecast:

Partly sunny and humid. High: 89 Low: 79.


Congratulations to our main local sponsors:

  • Attention Dog Parents “Dogedin” – If You Can’t Eat It, Why Give It To Your Dog? 14 years ago, Lucky Dog Cuisine pioneered human-grade cooked food for dogs, using meticulously selected local ingredients, cooked fresh, frozen and delivered from their kitchen to yours. No preservatives, no fillers – ever. Only grass-fed meats, wild-caught fish, non-GMO fruits and vegetables. Dunedin Daily readers get a free bag of cookies with your order when you mention Patch. Visit Lucky Dog Kitchen to learn more.
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Here are the top three stories in Dunedin today:

  1. Gold Coast Greyhound Adoptions has scheduled a Meet and Greet event at HOB Brewing on Sunday, June 19 between noon and 2 p.m. Whether you’re looking to adopt a dog or not, this is a great opportunity to play with wonderful greyhounds while sipping on your favorite drink. Gold Coast Greyhound Adoptions is a non-profit organization dedicated to placing retired racing greyhounds into qualified, caring and loving homes. Stop by HOB or check out the organization’s website to learn more about their efforts. (Gold Coast Greyhound Adoptions via Facebook | Gold Coast Greyhound Adoptions)
  2. The first annual Dunedin Pride Golf Cart Parade over the weekend was a huge success! Dunedin Goes Carting kicked off Dunedin Pride Week on Saturday night with a parade of 87 golf carts down Dunedin’s main street. According to CL Tampa Bay, “We are a family blared from the speakers of Michael Reed’s tricked-out golf cart, complete with disco balls and rainbow fringe. Alongside him, city officials, members of the LGBT community and allies drove golf carts decorated with everything from rainbow flags to flamingos, unicorns, balloons, leis and sleeves rainbow air.” Check out the full article to see photos of some of the parade’s decorated golf carts! (CL Tampa Bay)
  3. Reminder: birding backpacks are still available at the Dunedin Public Library! Your library card gives you access to birding backpacks that contain equipment, resources, and guides to help you identify birds native to Florida and North America. Each backpack includes one pair of adult binoculars, one pair of children’s binoculars, two bird guides, instructions and lens wipes. To put a backpack on hold, call or visit the library reference desk at (727) 298-3080 x1707. (Dunedin Patch)

Daily Picture of the Week in Dunedin:

Court of Gramercy | Photo submitted by Alan Walton

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Today in Dunedin:

  • Florida Landlord/Tenant Laws Seminar at the Hale Senior Activity Center (10 a.m.)
  • Line dancing for beginners at Dunedin Public Library (6 p.m.)
  • Dunedin Toastmasters Meeting at Unity Community Church (7 p.m.)
  • Fenway June Book Club at the Fenway Hotel (7 p.m.)
  • Live game night at Caledonia Brewing (7:30 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Summer Breakspot is offering free snacks and meals to kids 18 and under all summer long. People in need can receive healthy breakfasts, lunches, snacks or dinners at Dunedin Highland Middle School. Other locations can be found by calling 2-1-1, texting “food” to 304-304, or the Summer Breakspot website. (Pinellas County Schools via Facebook | Summer Breakspot)
  • Thinking of adding a new member to your family? SPCA Tampa Bay has plenty of dogs, cats and other pets for adoption, including Skip who has been at the shelter for two months now. Learn more about Skip and other pets for adoption on the SPCA website! (SPCA Tampa Bay via Facebook | SPCA Tampa Bay)
  • The Play Ball Weekend Baseball Clinic with the Dunedin Blue Jays on Sunday was a huge success! According to the team’s Facebook page, the players loved meeting, interacting and teaching the kids in Pinellas County. who come so often to watch and encourage them! They also mentioned that they hope to continue to offer a baseball clinic at TD Ballpark in future seasons. (Dunedin Blue Jays via Facebook)
  • The Pinellas Zero Suicide Partnership is launching a short series of social cafes for the Pinellas veteran community. These short morning socials will be informal, casual events to build camaraderie, provide information on resources for veterans, and much more! The next event is scheduled for June 23 between 9 and 10 a.m. at Shelter 3 at Eagle Lake Park in Largo. (Pinellas County Government via Facebook)
  • The Silent Disco celebrating Dunedin Pride at HOB Brewing this weekend was a hit! The AMG Group Music Events team created a unique experience that allowed guests to use headphones to listen to four different music channels and dance the night away. You can check out photos and videos from the event on the Dunedin Pride Facebook page! (Pride of Dunedin via Facebook)
  • If you suspect human trafficking, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 or text “help” to BeFree (233733). Pinellas County reminds us that “we must never underestimate the power of conscience”. (Pinellas County Government via Facebook)

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New stray dog ​​adoption program coming soon, says Bommai https://cochranedogtraining.com/new-stray-dog-adoption-program-coming-soon-says-bommai/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 20:36:01 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/new-stray-dog-adoption-program-coming-soon-says-bommai/ New stray dog ​​adoption program coming soon, says Bommai He said this after watching Rakshit Shetty star ‘777 Charlie’, which is receiving rave reviews for its portrayal of a relationship between man and dog. DHNS, bangalore, June 14, 2022, 02:06 updated: 14 Jun 2022, 02:36 ist Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Monday that his […]]]>

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New stray dog ​​adoption program coming soon, says Bommai

He said this after watching Rakshit Shetty star ‘777 Charlie’, which is receiving rave reviews for its portrayal of a relationship between man and dog.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Monday that his government would launch a special program for the adoption and care of stray dogs.

He said this after watching Rakshit Shetty’s star ‘777 Charlie’, which is receiving rave reviews for its depiction of a relationship between man and dog.

“I am thinking of a special program to encourage animal centers, especially those for dogs,” said Bommai, himself a dog lover.

“In the next few days we will be consulting with experts and deciding on a program to adopt and care for stray dogs,” he said.

Complimenting the film, Bommai said “777 Charlie” is “subtle and sentimental” in its portrayal of a dog’s relationship with humans.

CM’s pet dog

Bommai said the film reminded him of his pet dog Sunny, who died in July 2021 just weeks before becoming chief minister.

Photos and videos of a teary-eyed Bommai during Sunny’s last rites then went viral. Bommai now has a dog named Tia.

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Josef Newgarden shares $1 million IndyCar bonus with Nashville dog adoption charity https://cochranedogtraining.com/josef-newgarden-shares-1-million-indycar-bonus-with-nashville-dog-adoption-charity/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 22:20:05 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/josef-newgarden-shares-1-million-indycar-bonus-with-nashville-dog-adoption-charity/ NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Josef Newgarden wanted to thank the pet service who helped him adopt his 30-pound pooch, Axel, who is now part of his family. The Team Penske driver repaid the shelter – literally – with his driving performance. Newgarden earned a $1 million bonus on Sunday for his […]]]>

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Josef Newgarden wanted to thank the pet service who helped him adopt his 30-pound pooch, Axel, who is now part of his family.

The Team Penske driver repaid the shelter – literally – with his driving performance.

Newgarden earned a $1 million bonus on Sunday for his victory at Road America, where his third victory of the season completed a trio of victories on the various IndyCar circuits. This means, among other things, that the Nashville chapter of Wags and Walks can build a new dog adoption center.

“They solve all kinds of dogs — all kinds,” Newgarden said. “You should hear some of these heartbreaking stories that these guys go through to find these dogs. We’re very happy to be able to bring money to this group because they’ve done so much for us and for so many people in Nashville.”

Josef Newgarden won the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America.
(AP Photo/Morry Gash)

Newgarden has won at the Oval in Texas and the Long Beach Street Circuit this season, and headed to Road America in search of a road course win that would make him the first IndyCar driver this season to win. on all three circuits.

The reward was a $1 million payout from the PeopleReady Force for Good Challenge, which split the bonus between Team Penske and Newgarden’s chosen charities. The American selected Wags and Walks of Nashville and SeriousFun Children’s Network.

“Having something like this challenge, I think, makes you more competitive,” Newgarden said. “You want to do it for them.”

Officials from both charities took part in Newgarden’s post-race press conference via Zoom to thank the driver.

“We are absolutely thrilled,” said Kathryn Hurley of Wags and Walks. “This will literally impact thousands of dogs here in Nashville and allow us to build an incredible adoption center.”

It was the Challenge’s first year and was won before the IndyCar season was halfway through; Newgarden is the only driver to have multiple wins in eight of 17 races.

Newgarden beat Indianapolis 500 winner Marcus Ericsson of Chip Ganassi Racing by 3.371 seconds after two late restarts, but Ericsson regained the points lead with second place.

This is the seventh time the points lead has changed hands this season.

“I think it’s going to be a tough season, a long season, but we’ve put ourselves in a really good position now for that kind of second half,” Ericsson said. “We just have to keep doing what we’ve been doing.”

Alexander Rossi, the Andretti Autosport driver who started on pole in search of his first victory in three years, finished third and was followed by teammates Romain Grosjean and Colton Herta.

Chevrolet won the race with Newgarden, but Honda took the next four spots. Arrow McLaren SP’s Felix Rosenqvist and Penske’s Scott McLaughlin finished sixth and seventh for Chevy.

Newgarden had a 2.8 second lead over Rossi when Pato O’Ward’s engine failed with six laps to go to set up the first late restart. Then Helio Castroneves sped off for another warning.

INDYCAR DRIVER TAKES STAR FOR A RIDE AND DOESN’T KNOW WHO HE IS

Newgarden took a big leap over Rossi in both late restarts and never looked back.

Rossi had his hands full first with Ericsson and then with his own teammates as his losing streak stretched to 45 runs. His pole position on Saturday was his first in three years.

“It’s always a bit disappointing to start on pole and not be able to convert, but it was generally a good day,” Rossi said. “I think Josef had a bit better pace than us. I think we were the second best car. I got quite aggressive on the restart there to try and do something and just overshot a bit. manage.”

Newgarden won for the second time at Road America, as he also won here in 2018. He was on his way to victory a year ago until his gearbox failed in the closing laps and it gives victory to reigning IndyCar champion Alex Palou.

“I hadn’t thought of (last year),” Newgarden said. “I was just focused on today. The thing I focused on is that we’re in position. You don’t get a lot of chances to be in a position to close. I just wanted to close .”

FIGHT FOR TITLE CONTAINERS

Palou’s chances of defending last year’s win vanished almost immediately due to an early tangle with Ganassi teammate Ericsson. When Ericsson moved inside Palou, the right-rear of the Swede’s car made contact with the left-front of Palou’s, and the Spaniard went off the rails.

“He was trying to win the race on the third lap,” Palou said. “The car broke. That’s it. Game over.”

Ericsson said he did nothing wrong.

“It may have been early in the race, but it’s a track position race,” Ericsson said. “If you have an opportunity, you have to go. There was nothing wrong with that move.”

Will Power, meanwhile, lost the IndyCar points lead due to his own early incident. A poor qualifying effort put Power in 15th at the start and he was rammed from behind by rookie Devlin DeFrancesco just eight laps into the race. Power finished 19th.

SCOTT DIXON SET THIS RECORD AT THE INDY 500

DeFrancesco received a stop-and-go penalty for making avoidable contact. Power fell to second place in the standings, 27 points behind Ericsson.

O’Ward’s engine failure dropped him from third to fourth in the standings; Palou went from fourth to fifth place. Newgarden’s win, meanwhile, moved him from fifth to third.

JIMMIE’S FIRST RIDE

Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson had a frustrating day due to contact with Tatiana Calderon at the back of the field on the first lap. Johnson went off the rails to pull out a full yellow. He finished 24th.

Calderon was on the field with Simona de Silvestro, marking the first time an IndyCar event included two female drivers since de Silvestro and Pippa Mann competed in the 2015 Indianapolis 500.

EXPENDITURE FREQUENCY

Not all Newgarden bonus money goes to charity. He also gets a big payout himself and doesn’t know how he’s going to spend it all.

But he has a good idea of ​​his first purchase.

“Probably a bunch of McDonald’s,” Newgarden said. “Probably over $100 at McDonald’s at least.”

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Dog adoption fees waived in San Francisco for the summer https://cochranedogtraining.com/dog-adoption-fees-waived-in-san-francisco-for-the-summer/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 19:13:26 +0000 https://cochranedogtraining.com/dog-adoption-fees-waived-in-san-francisco-for-the-summer/ Dog adoption fees waived in San Francisco San Francisco SPCA and Animal Care and Control are waiving adoption fees to encourage more people to adopt dogs. SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Animal Care and Control and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in San Francisco waived fees to encourage more dog adoptions from […]]]>

Animal Care and Control and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in San Francisco waived fees to encourage more dog adoptions from shelters.

As part of its “Summer of Lovin’ Adoption” promotion, the SPCA is waiving adoption fees for all dogs 5 months and older.

Those wishing to adopt puppies from the SPCA can receive 50% of the adoption fee if they attend their Puppy Parent Orientation and pass the online quiz, according to the SPCA’s website.

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Animal Care and Control is waiving adoption fees for all dogs through June 30.

Pandemic-related delays in neutering and neutering surgeries have filled shelters across the city with homeless dogs, officials said.

There are also fewer people adopting dogs, especially larger dogs, as life slowly returns to normal.

More information can be found on the SPCA website and the Animal Care and Control website. Both sites provided photos and information about each dog open for adoption.

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