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A Sheltered Life Magazine

This is their first edition in Summer of 2013.

According to the Editor and Publisher, Elaine Marlier the magazine wants to help homeless animals that cannot help themselves. The magazine sells for $1.95 and 100% of every sale goes directly to the aid of homeless animals.

Our current economy has had people losing their jobs and homes causing them to turning their pets to shelters. Elaine wants to INSPIRE passion and compassion as well as open her reader’s eyes to the desperate need of animals living in rescue shelters.

I enjoyed this magazine and like the thought behind it. The ads were as valuable as the articles. I really liked the “Mutt Matcher’s Training Corner” by Deb Nabb who talked about small dog issues. And the “What the Breeds need…” was informative and important information for people to learn to make the best match with a pet and their lifestyles.

So well done Elaine and everyone working to produce “A Sheltered Life “. I’m going to  buy a subscription and support your cause. I hope anyone reading this will look into doing the same

18th Annual
Rocky Mountain Cluster Dog Show

Feb 15-18, 2013
at
National Western Complex
Denver, Colorado


Click on link below for more detailed information.

http://www.coloradokennelclub.org/Rocky_Mt_Cluster_Show.html

Things to know before you go
1. Only dogs that are entered in the competition are allowed at the shows.

2. Dogs may not be bought, sold, or otherwise adopted at the shows.

3. Please be careful and watch your children. While our exhibitors take great efforts to make sure that their dogs behave, dogs can and do bite. Please keep an eye on your children, and make sure you get permission from the dog’s owner before touching any dog.

4. Baby strollers are not allowed in the building. Remember, a baby stroller puts your baby’s head at the tooth level of most dogs. That can be a very scary experience for both your baby and our dogs. So please, no baby strollers.

5. The show giving clubs, show superintendent, their agents, employees, etc., assume no responsibility for any loss, damage, or injury sustained, and further assume no responsibility for injury to children.

Attention Exhibitors! These are large shows. Please plan to arrive early to be ready for your ring time. While every breed is different, you should try to arrive at least an hour before your scheduled ring time. Thank you!


Dog Piano Lessons

This is a video of a woman in Europe teaching dog s piano and they do surprisingly well. This is not just pounding on the keys.

dogs play piano

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Cesar shares about dogs always following him and being teased when in fact it was and still is his gift.

http://www.cesarsway.com/newsandevents/cesarsblog/Cesar-Millan-It-Gets-Better

Dog Agility I Class at Denver's Zoom Room

I had a lot of fun last night at the new Zoom Room in Denver.

1165 S. Broadway
Denver‎, CO‎ 80210
TEL: (303) 578-8701
FAX: (303) 500-3381

Here are a few videos from the Wed nite Agility 1 class.

Grand Opening!

Zoom Room Denver Debuts

On January 21st, the Zoom Room will open its doors to celebrate the social aspect of dog ownership in Denver, Colorado. The day will include FREE dog agility classes throughout the morning and a fabulous party in the afternoon. Everything is free – and everyone, including your pooch, is welcome!  And we’ll be giving away some great prizes, including a free group class and a free dog party!

Zoom Room Denver

1165 S. Broadway
Denver‎, CO‎ 80210
TEL: (303) 578-8701
FAX: (303) 500-3381
Website: http://zoomroomdenver.com

INTERNATIONAL HEARING DOG, INC HOSTS 2ND ANNUAL DOG-O-WEEN EVENT

Organization Invites Dog Lovers to Free Event

On October 29, at the Westminster PetCo, Halloween is truly going to the dogs.

Denver’s pet owners will be coming out in full swing to show off their dog in costume and compete in International Hearing Dog, Inc.’s Second Annual Dog-o-Ween dog costume contest.

Along with the costume contest, event goers have the opportunity to compete in a tailgate decorating contest, play games, win prizes and enjoy delicious food. The event is a part of an effort to raise support and awareness for International Hearing Dog, Inc.’s (IHDI) programs.

IHDI, started in 1979, is the original Hearing Dog program. The organization rescues dogs from local animal shelters, trains them in sound response, basic socialization and obedience then places them with hearing impaired recipients throughout the United States and Canada free of charge. Now in its 32nd year of operation, IHDI has placed over 1,100 Hearing Dogs and continues its mission to serve the hearing impaired.

For more information on IHDI, contact Kelly Hennegan at 303-287-3277, email ihdioffice@aol.com , visit www.ihdi.org or find us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Hundreds of paws and feet hit the trail to
help homeless pets at Dumb Friends League

DENVER/CASTLE ROCK (Sept. 19, 2011) Homeless pets will benefit from the hundreds of paws and feet that hit the trail on Sept. 17. The Dumb Friends League hosted its seventh annual Wag `n Trail to raise money for the Buddy Center in Castle Rock, Colo.

Nearly 1,500 dogs and people participated in the fundraiser, which included a 1.6-mile hike at the Glendale Farm Open Space. The event raised more than $125,000—a new record for the event.

In addition to the hike, pet lovers had the opportunity to watch flyball demonstrations, meet adoptable pets, participate in contests, win prizes and shop for pet-friendly goods and services.

“We would like to thank all of the participants, donors, sponsors, vendors and volunteers who helped make the Wag `n Trail such a success,” said Bob Rohde, president and CEO for the Dumb Friends League. “It is the community’s support that enables us to offer services for pets and people in Douglas County and beyond.”

The funds raised will help provide shelter and care for as many as 4,500 homeless cats, dogs and other small pet that come to the Dumb Friends League Buddy Center each year. In addition to adopting homeless pets, the center also offers other services, including lost and found, humane education and animal cruelty investigations.

The 2011 Wag `n Trail was sponsored by Hill’s Science Diet. For more information or to make a donation in support of homeless pets, visit ddfl.org or call (303) 751-5772.

About the Dumb Friends League

As the leading animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region, the Dumb Friends League has been helping pets and people in the Denver metro area and beyond for 100 years. The Dumb Friends League has two shelter locations: 2080 S. Quebec St. in Denver and the Buddy Center at 4556 Castleton Court in Castle Rock. For more information, visit ddfl.org.

***All information, images provided by the Dumb Friends League.

Dog Dayz at Scott Carpenter Pool

Scott Carpenter Pool turns into an aquatic dog park for two weeks in September. The pool closes for human usage and we open up the water for dogs to enjoy.

The Dog Dayz event has been running strong for nearly a decade and saw close to 2,000 dogs come through the gate last year. It is a great way to spend a warm afternoon with your best friend — your dog (or dogs) will be grateful for the chance to cool off and play with others.

Be a part of the best dog friendly event around!

Dog Expo – 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17

Join us for a day of fun in the sun with our canine friends. The pool will be open for the dogs to swim and organizations from around the county will be on hand with samples, prizes and information.

Schedule: Sept. 6 – 18

Mon./Wed./Fri: noon – 2 p.m. & 4-6 p.m.
Tues./Thurs: 4-7 p.m.
Sat: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sun: noon – 6 p.m.

Rules

  • Humans must stay out of the water.
  • Refunds will not be issued.
  • Any dogs that fight will be asked to leave.
  • Pick up after your dog. Bags are provided.
  • $5 per dog per session.
  • $30 for a season pass good for one dog per session.
  • HAVE FUN!

Contact Kim Lidkea at lidkeak@bouldercolorado.gov for more information.

* all information was taken from the Scott Carpenter Pool website

Hike with your hound and help homeless
pets at Dumb Friends League Wag `n Trail

Sept. 17 fundraiser supports Dumb Friends League Buddy Center in Castle Rock

Follow the trail of wet noses and wagging tails at the Dumb Friends League Wag `n Trail! The 1.6-mile hike for people and their dogs takes place Saturday, Sept. 17, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Glendale Farm Open Space north of Castle Rock. The seventh annual fundraiser benefits the League’s Buddy Center.

There is no registration fee for the Wag `n Trail, but participants are encouraged to collect pledges and earn prizes. You can hike the trail at your own pace anytime between 8 a.m. and noon. If you raise at least $75 in pledges, you will receive a long-sleeved Wag `n Trail T-shirt, ice cream for you and your dog, a bag of dog biscuits and a professional photo along the trail. More pledges earn participants additional prizes.

Following the hike, animal lovers can enjoy flyball demonstrations, food and refreshments, as well as purchase pet-related merchandise from sponsors and vendors. There is a five-acre off-leash park located near the trailhead as well.

The Buddy Center provides shelter and care for more than 5,000 homeless pets each year. In addition to adopting homeless pets, the center also offers other programs and services, including lost and found, behavior training, humane education and animal welfare investigations.

The 2011 Wag `n Trail is sponsored by Hill’s Science Diet. For more information on how to register, collect pledges and win prizes, visit ddfl.org/wnt, or call (303) 751-5772, Ext. 1378.

About the Dumb Friends League

As the leading animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region, the Dumb Friends League has been helping pets and people in the Denver metro area and beyond for 100 years. The Dumb Friends League has two shelter locations: 2080 S. Quebec St. in Denver and the Buddy Center at 4556 Castleton Court in Castle Rock. For more information, visit ddfl.org or call (303) 751-5772.

All information and photos from the Dumb Friends League