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The next EGRR Open Board Meeting will be held onTuesday, March 13th,at Marlene’sin Boynton. There will be a light supper served at 7 pm followed by the meeting at 7:30. Please join us. For directions or to RSVP contactMarlene
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by Jean Callahan. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2001. Although this is an older book, and some of the sections on holistic care and foods for older dogs may need some updating, there are a number of excellent chapters related to the aging process in general, advice on exercise and veterinary care, and facing death....
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by Stanley Coren. New York: Free Press, 2010. Coren, author of Why Does my Dog Act That Way, shares the often amusing and always instructive stories of life with Flint, his oversized Cairn terrier. For the author, the heroic and intelligent Flint, capable of rescuing kittens and apparently able to read and count, was key...
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by Tamar Geller. New York: Gallery Books, 2010. Those familiar with Gellers Loved Dog will find new stories to build on and freshen up its content and approach, though she does include some of the same celebrity dog-training stories. Her friendly, conversational style guides readers to become coaches of their canine friends while drawing parallels...
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010. Fans of Kerasotes best-selling Merles Door: Lessons from a Freethinking Dog often asked when and if the photographer, outdoorsman, and winner of the National Outdoor Book Award would get a successor to Merle. Having worked through his grief, he finally felt ready to commit to another dog and located a...
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by Carina MacDonald. Guilford, Conn.: Knack, 2009. This book brings together every aspect of the subject in one information- and picture- packed volume. Carina MacDonalds fun, upbeat presentation ranges from the basics of choosing and getting adog to a wonderfully complete, visually organized, treasure-trove of tips on training ones dog, addressing behavior problems, and making...
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by Ellen and Glen Lindenfeld Rhett came into our home 3 and a half years ago; he was a stray who came in to EGRR heartworm positive, when a very kind soul in central Florida pulled him from a shelter, and a transport was arranged to bring him to South Florida. We had lost our...
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Linda was born in New York but her last home, before moving to Florida, was Seattle, Washington. She and her husband moved to Florida in October 2010 when he got a new job in the area. Seattles loss was EGRRs gain. Linda contacted us shortly after moving to the area because she had been involved...
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Dr. Cindy Krane Dr. Krane has been really busy, so instead of writing her own article for our newsletter, she has gone into the archives at her animal hospital and given us this article written by one of her colleagues, Dr. Kera Sinclair. South Florida is home to the infamous poisonous Bufo toads. The bufo...
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Kathy Pierson Every pet owner realizes their dog will sometimes bark. In fact, most people even want their dog to bark if someone comes to the door, or if theres an unusual noise. After all, these are some of the benefits of mans best friend. However, when barking becomes excessive, the benefits of a watchdog...
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