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San Diego Humane Society (SDHS) annual Walk for Animals

Pet Companion Magazine enjoyed participating in the San Diego Humane Society (SDHS) annual Walk for Animals event. It was a beautiful day in Liberty Park, with dog lovers from all over...

Saving Tofu

April 22, 2022 — This is Tofu's Story. Tofu has been in the care of Animal Samaritans since...

Animal Samaritans Receives $750,000 Naming Gift

Thousand Palms, CA – May 1, 2022: Animal Samaritans has received a donation to its new Pet Adoption...

Angela Adan: Here for the Pets

Like many animal advocates, I follow several animal rescue accounts on social media, from large well-known organizations to...

On the Go with Bow: A leisurely stroll for… more leisure

There was a Jewish dog on the loose at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center. More on that later. Bow was there...

Barn Hunt, A New Dog Sport

History of the Sport A number of dog breeds were specifically bred to be vermin hunters. Some breeds were meant to go to ground (hunt...

Tasting Your Way Through LA

Humans aren’t the only ones who can enjoy the luxury of going out to eat—your pup can, too! If you’re anything like me, you...

Training for Emergencies

Often, we find ourselves falling into a routine as we become immersed in the mundane tasks of everyday life. For many of us, the...

in: Coachella Valley

SNAKE AVOIDANCE TRAINING? Rattlesnakes will start becoming more active as the outdoor temperatures rise. As a reminder, make sure you and your dog stay on...

dogs! A Science Tail

They're cuddly. They're smart. We treat them like part of the family. From lovable companions to loyal protectors, dogs live and work alongside us. They...

What Am I Going To Do With You, Trixie?

  Help your dog avoid an anxious mindset by tasking her with work she knows and enjoys—it will build her confidence. Dear Trixie, I remember the day...
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