Tuesday, May 20, 2008

A Lot Of Dog News Today

First off we have the top ten dog movies of all time.
1. Old Yeller
2. Best in Show
3. Lassie Come Home
4. Rin Tin Tin
5. Legally Blonde 2
6. The Wizard of Oz
7. Rescued by Rover
8. Cujo
9. Cats & Dogs
10. Beethoven

Read the full article by Karen Bartlett here.

The National Disaster Search Dog Foundation will be building a one of the first National Training Center in Santa Paula, California on a One Hundred and twenty two acres.
Search Dog Foundation Founder Wilma Melville said: I had a vision that one day the Search Dog Foundation would have a permanent home, a place where rescued dogs could become rescuers at the hands of highly skilled and loving trainers. it will be a real challenge to raise the funds needed for the National Training Center, but the nation has given us the confidence to move forward. I hope we'll hear soon from a few special individuals, foundations, and businesses who will lead the way in helping us strengthen America's emergency response network.

Read the full article here.

While Prairie dog hunting event goes on for the fifth year in Medicine Bow, Wyoming called There Goes the Neighborhood what is a kill feast contest. You have the Laramie-based Biodiversity Conservation Alliance wild species program director named Duane Short saying; it's unfortunate that Wyoming continues to allow "disgraceful" prairie dog shooting contests. It's hard to find any socially or environmentally redeeming qualities to this kind of shoot. The barbarism of this event is enough to turn one's stomach.
The Prairie Dog Coalition Executive director Lindsey Sterling Crank said; It was important to stop sending the message to our children that it's ok to shoot and kill their heritage. The fact is these practices are cruel and inhumane.

Read the full article by Jeff Gearino.

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