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Dog agility stars jump to Reno
AKC championship will bring canines from 45 states
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Chloe
Adoptable Pet of the Week
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Trail safety for pet walkers
Keep yourself and your pet safe while exploring the outdoors
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Donations needed for puppy’s heart surgery
Dog won’t live long without procedure
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Opie
Adoptable Pet of the Week
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Things could get wild this spring
Pets can be in danger when nature and urban areas ‘interface’
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Get rid of pet’s bad breath by keeping their teeth clean
Easy tips on how to improve dental health
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Open Wide!
February is Pet Dental Health Month
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Darla: Adoptable Pet of the Week
At the Nevada Humane Society
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Piper
Adoptable Pet of the Week
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Dog training class with Guy Yeaman and the city of Sparks
SPARKS — The city’s Parks & Recreation’s Basic Dog obedience program, instructed by Guy Yeaman, begins Jan. 30 and runs through March 5. Classes will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Sparks Recreation Center, 98 Richards Way. By using positive training methods, you will teach your dog to heel, sit, stand, stay, recall, etc. Results are guaranteed. Dogs will need a training collar (choke chain, Halti, Martingale, harness, etc.) and a 4- to 6-foo...
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Local pet care magazine to go all online
PetFolio thanks pet lovers for 15 years of readership
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Applicants sought for Washoe Co. Animal Control Board
Volunteer member needed to serve a four-year term for District 5
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Gone Catty
NHS to hold second cat convention on Saturday at GSR
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Adoptable Pet of the Week: Gray
At the Nevada Humane Society
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12 Fun Things to Do With Your Pet in ’12
Choose from a wide range of available area activities
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Poker tourney to benefit G.I. dogs program
RENO — The Peppermill Resort Spa Casino will host a Texas Hold’em Charity Poker Tournament at 7 p.m. Jan. 13 to benefit the Nevada Humane Society’s G.I. Dogs, a new program that will provide service dogs and companion pets to military veterans. The tournament will require participants to pay a $50 fee. There will be a prize pool and $20 re-buys and add-ons. All proceeds will directly benefit the G.I Dogs program. Re-buy participants will also ...
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