I lay down on my back on my yoga mat and my dog Penny flopped down next to me for a belly rub. My neighbor’s dog chose to crawl on top of her for kisses. I’m not sure what else was going on around the room, but I heard rustling and giggling.
Looking for something fun to do outside with your furry friend this September? The Animal Care Society's (ACS) 11th Annual Bark in the Park and Woof Walk takes place this Saturday, September 27 from 8 AM to 3 PM at Seneca Park off Cannons Lane, near the tennis courts.
Animal people know this painful fact: The older we get, the longer the list grows of pets we’ve loved and lost.This Sunday evening, September 14, an animal blessing and candlelight vigil will be held at Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church on Woodbourne Avenue.
Take a Photo of Your Dog for a Dog of the Year Contest
This week’s Louisville.com featured adoptable dog of the week is Parker, a male chocolate and white Border Collie/Lab mix. Parker is a great example of a dog who will be a stellar companion to someone who will put in a little time working with him so he understands what is expected. Working through...
This week’s Louisville.com featured adoptable dog of the week is Scout.
It’s the dream of animal lovers alike to take in a cat or dog to a good home, but sometimes the cost of these adoptions can be prohibitive even for the most ardent would-be pet-parents--and considering the number of animals without a home in the Louisville area, that’s truly a shame.
This week's Louisville.com featured adoptable rescue dog is Macey, a beautiful 10-month-old Brindle Pit Bull. Macey enjoys the outdoors and is calm, loving and enjoys snuggling on the couch. She is good with other dogs, male or female, large and small. Also, she's good with cats and kids. Macey has...
It can sometimes be hard to understand why a person who is homeless would have a pet. If they can’t fully take care of themselves, we might wonder, why add an animal to the mix? And is the pet getting reliable, proper care? The answer, says Betheny Green, founder of the non-profit My Dog Eats First...
Have you been wishing you could bring your fur babies to all of the Derby-related events? Me too. This one is for us.Monday evening brings the HappyTail Hour at Waterfront Park. As the Kentucky Derby Festival puts it:Dogs – Bring Your Owners!From 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., April 28, Fest-a-Ville adds...
If you’re like me, your dog is as much a member of your family as any human member—they just happen to have a little more fur. Meet Phoebe Tallulah Stevens, by the way:So what are some ways that you and your pooch can celebrate the season together?For something sweet – Three Dog Bakery
The gleaming new attraction at Louisville’s Waterfront Park may already be looking at a policy change. The much talked about and now much visited Big Four Bridge pedestrian walkway may see a ban on dogs in the near future due to a messy situations that has come up.
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