Canine Dog – TW Labradors http://twlabradors.com/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 06:50:26 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://twlabradors.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/tw-labradors-icon-150x150.jpg Canine Dog – TW Labradors http://twlabradors.com/ 32 32 Pitbull maims 12 people within a 15 km radius in Gurdaspur in Punjab; Retired military man kills dog in self-defense https://twlabradors.com/pitbull-maims-12-people-within-a-15-km-radius-in-gurdaspur-in-punjab-retired-military-man-kills-dog-in-self-defense/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 05:57:31 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/pitbull-maims-12-people-within-a-15-km-radius-in-gurdaspur-in-punjab-retired-military-man-kills-dog-in-self-defense/ Photo: iStock Punjab: Despite much brainstorming and the adoption of different measures such as restricting the breeding of dogs, especially the Pitbull, Rottweilers breed to combat the threat of dogs, there does not seem to be an end to the attack of Pitbull dogs which sometimes even results in the death of victims. In yet […]]]>

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Punjab: Despite much brainstorming and the adoption of different measures such as restricting the breeding of dogs, especially the Pitbull, Rottweilers breed to combat the threat of dogs, there does not seem to be an end to the attack of Pitbull dogs which sometimes even results in the death of victims.
In yet another case, a Pitbull attacked 12 people in five villages in Punjab’s Gurdaspur, leaving them seriously injured. The dog traveled about 15 km from Tango Shah village to Chuhan village, attacking people on its way. Finally, a retired military man killed the dog in self-defense, India today reported.

The dog first bit two workers near the village of Tango Shah. Later, the dog attacked Dilip Kumar (60) sitting at his residence. Dilip’s brother saved his life by dragging him inside the gate from the street.

After that, Pitbull attacked Baldev Raj and injured him. From there, Pitbull ran towards Gharota Road and reached a brick kiln after killing many animals on the way.

He then attacked a guardian, Ramnath, in the oven. The pit bull then ran towards Chhani village and bit Mangal Singh, who was sleeping there. At 5 a.m., the pit bull reached another village and attacked and injured early morning walkers.

Pitbull then ran towards the village of Chuhan and attacked a retired soldier, Captain Shakti Singh, who was walking in the fields and badly injured his arm. Singh grabbed the dog and put a tick in the dog’s mouth. The villagers then came to his aid and Singh, along with others, killed the dog.

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Officer Anthony Gaudino and K9 Kady https://twlabradors.com/officer-anthony-gaudino-and-k9-kady/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 01:13:00 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/officer-anthony-gaudino-and-k9-kady/ HARTFORD, Conn. (WFSB) – Channel 3 caught up with Officer Anthony Gaudino and the one and only K9 Kady, the newest addition to the Hartford Police Department. Officer Gaudino has been a police officer for 11 years and Kady is his first K9 partner. “My hopes for Kady and I are basically to bring officer […]]]>

HARTFORD, Conn. (WFSB) – Channel 3 caught up with Officer Anthony Gaudino and the one and only K9 Kady, the newest addition to the Hartford Police Department.

Officer Gaudino has been a police officer for 11 years and Kady is his first K9 partner.

“My hopes for Kady and I are basically to bring officer welfare, community outreach and victim services to life here at the Hartford Police Department,” Constable Gaudino said.

The whole department took note, of the officers, of the dispatch and even of the chief! You can feel the joy as she walks the halls and immediately see how the team responds to her.

“As soon as I bring Kady around everyone has a smile on their face so I mean everyone generally loves dogs and if they don’t I respect that but a lot of people who met her, they smile, they pet her, she wags her tail and just brings a bit of light to their day,” Constable Gaudino said.

This incredible K9 duo is often found in the Hartford public school system.

Channel 3 visited MD Fox Elementary School and saw how excited teachers and students were to see K9 Kady.

Fourth grade teacher Margaret Smith shared what Kady means to students.

“It’s been an anxious time for my kids, it’s just a wonderful way to help calm them down,” Smith said.

It’s also what Kady brings to the city’s emergency dispatchers too, we checked with Public Safety Supervisor Scott Burns.

“Well, that’s helpful. There’s a lot of, you know, very stressful calls. You can have anything from an overdose to a baby that’s not breathing, drowning, something like that, and often, unlike first responders on the street, we don’t get that closure over the phone,” Burns said.

Officer Gaudino was chosen to be part of the Puppies Behind Bars program, a small organization that teams up with incarcerated people who train the dogs.

Officer Gaudino and Kady were paired on August 10 of this year and haven’t looked back.

“She’s like a great icebreaker, a transition to every person I meet in the city of Hartford. It just broadens my horizon in community policing in general,” Gaudino said.

K9 Kady has a few privileges too, she never needs to make an appointment to see Hartford PD chef Thody, her door is always open and she’s allowed on the couch.

“I think for a long time, you know, I’ve been in this business for a while and even myself, you forget the impact that some of the things that we see and have to do can have on you, and we’re not fast ask for help,” Chief Thody said.

To follow the adventures of Officer Gaudino and K9 Kady, you will find them on Instagram.

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Rescue Dog Nominated for Bravery Award https://twlabradors.com/rescue-dog-nominated-for-bravery-award/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 17:39:48 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/rescue-dog-nominated-for-bravery-award/ (Photo credit: Olena Ruban / Getty Images) Sometimes dogs go the extra mile to help us, and it’s only right that we reward our pooches in return. And a lifesaving Yorkshire Terrier mix has been nominated for the Amplifon Awards for Brave Brits 2022 for his role in helping his dog father. Rescue dog Chewie […]]]>

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Sometimes dogs go the extra mile to help us, and it’s only right that we reward our pooches in return. And a lifesaving Yorkshire Terrier mix has been nominated for the Amplifon Awards for Brave Brits 2022 for his role in helping his dog father.

Rescue dog Chewie made it to the final four in the Hero Pet category. Along with pet parents Loretta and Ray Whiteley, the life-saving dog will attend the virtual awards show next month.

Watch over his soul mate

The brave pup saved Ray’s life. He jumped on his chest after his dog father collapsed from cardiac arrest, then alerted Loretta. She said Chewie, named after the Star Wars character, is still looking for Ray.

“It’s like he’s his soul mate,” she explained, “That day Ray was in his chair watching TV.”

She continued, “I heard Chewie barking and it got more and more frantic. I walked through the door and there was this surreal moment of seeing this tiny little dog jump up and down on my husband’s chest and give him kisses. I dragged him to the floor and started CPR.

“Any time Chewie wouldn’t leave him, he was trying to jump on his chest as if to say, ‘Come on daddy, you can do this, you can do this!'” she continued, “Without Chewie , I wouldn’t have Ray”.

A local canine star

This is not the first time this talented Chewie also made local headlines. Three years ago, the pup triumphed over more than 90 other dogs to star in a marketing campaign for home-builder Lovell Homes.

Chewie was first found as an abandoned puppy in a plastic bag with his siblings. But, after Loretta saw a photo of him on Facebook, she and Ray gave him a forever home.

Since living with the Whiteleys, who also breed Dobermans, Chewie has helped raise money for area charities and won second place in the Best Rescue category at the Scruffts Heats – a nation-wide competition. of the UK for mixed breed puppies.

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The national museum of animal art will exhibit for the love of canines https://twlabradors.com/the-national-museum-of-animal-art-will-exhibit-for-the-love-of-canines/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 20:36:32 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/the-national-museum-of-animal-art-will-exhibit-for-the-love-of-canines/ Carl Rungius (Germany, 1869 – 1959), Red Fox, 1933. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 inches. Jackson Hole Preserve, National Museum of Animal Art. © Estate of Carl Rungius. William Gollings (American, 1878 – 1932), The Call, 1910. Oil on canvas. 14 ½ x 10 ½ inches. JKM Collection®, National Museum of Animal Art. The […]]]>

Carl Rungius (Germany, 1869 – 1959), Red Fox, 1933. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 inches. Jackson Hole Preserve, National Museum of Animal Art. © Estate of Carl Rungius.

William Gollings (American, 1878 – 1932), The Call, 1910. Oil on canvas. 14 ½ x 10 ½ inches. JKM Collection®, National Museum of Animal Art.

The National Museum of Animal Art (NMWA) will open For the love of canines, an exhibition dedicated to wild canines, on Saturday October 22, 2022. The exhibition questions the relationship and fascination of humans with canines, whether in love or disgust, through works of art from the permanent collection of the NMWA and will be open until September 30, 2023.

“The subject of canids will touch many visitors,” says museum director Steve Seamons. “Many of us live with dogs, or at least see them daily. It’s also a wonderful opportunity to display pieces that haven’t been on display recently. With over 5,000 works in the permanent collection of the Museum, we are always striving to rotate new works through the galleries for the public to enjoy.

Wild dogs, including foxes, coyotes, and wolves, have had significant social and cultural significance to humans around the world throughout history. However, there are conflicting emotional opinions regarding these familiar predators. Foxes, for example, although prized for their beauty and cunning, are often looked down upon for preying on small livestock, such as chickens and ducks. Coyotes nearly became extinct during Western colonization and are also part of the cosmology of some indigenous cultures; sometimes considered a creator, Coyote can also be mean or jester. Yet the one thing all wild dogs have in common is a genetic relationship to our own beloved domestic dogs.

Terrance Guardipee (Blackfeet, b. 1968), Black Wolf Society, 2020. Oil stick on old paper. 19 x 36 inches. Gift of the 2020 Blacktail Gala, National Museum of Wildlife Art. © Terrance Guardipée.

“I first chose this theme of canines to complete Wolves: Photograph by Ronan Donovansays art curator Tammi Hanawalt, Ph.D. I couldn’t stop thinking about my own dogs. There is, of course, a connection between wild dogs and our pets – genetically and emotionally. Domestic dogs share over 90% of the same DNA as wolves and in comparison, wolves and dogs have similar play patterns and affection for each other. Hanawalt continued, “but all wild canids are also predators that we compete with. For the love of canines explores human/canine relationships through artwork from the 19th century to the present day to take a closer look at diverse perceptions about the four-legged creatures we call both friend and foe.

For the love of canines is generously sponsored by Val and Dick Beck, Halloran, Farkas and Kittila LLP, MJ Hunt and Bernie Little, Adrienne and John Mars, Tally and Bill Mingst, Singleton Peery and Wyoming Arts Council.

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A Breakdown of Joint Pain in Dogs https://twlabradors.com/a-breakdown-of-joint-pain-in-dogs/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 14:20:00 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/a-breakdown-of-joint-pain-in-dogs/ The effects of chronic pain and how to manage it to improve well-being and quality of life Animal Pain Awareness Month is September and dvm360® spoke with Brian C. Hurley, DVM, National Medical Director at AmeriVet Veterinary Partners, and Hannah Capon, MA Vet MB, MRCVS, Founder of Canine Arthritis Management (CAM) about chronic pain and […]]]>

The effects of chronic pain and how to manage it to improve well-being and quality of life

Animal Pain Awareness Month is September and dvm360® spoke with Brian C. Hurley, DVM, National Medical Director at AmeriVet Veterinary Partners, and Hannah Capon, MA Vet MB, MRCVS, Founder of Canine Arthritis Management (CAM) about chronic pain and the management of pain. Hurley and Capon discussed their experience working with chronic pain, particularly joint pain in dogs.

“Joint pain is common in dogs of all breeds, sizes and from the age of one year, but over 80% of dogs have problems over the age of 8. It is much more likely to develop in our large breeds of older dogs. Often dog owners interpret their dogs’ ‘slowing down’ as age, but it’s often the first sign of joint pain,” Hurley said.

Pain management in general is essential for [allow] animals to have a better quality of life. “Chronic pain, best described as maladaptive pain, offers little benefit to the wearer. It exhausts its victim over time, as constant/intermittent pain leaves the body hypervigilant,” Capon said.

“Pain management is crucial to the general well-being and quality of life of our dogs. Imagine waking up every day unable to stand easily, having difficulty walking, difficulty positioning yourself to eat or eliminate, and sometimes even just petting your dog can create discomfort,” Hurley added.

Potential causes of joint pain

“Degenerative joint conditions are problems caused by repeated use over time. It’s about wear and tear on ligaments and tendons, including the cruciate ligament, as a common problem presented to vets,” Hurly said. dvm360®.

“Disorders of joint development are one of the causes of joint problems, especially in our young dogs. Genetics play a role in these problems and lead to hip or elbow dysplasia. We also see problems due to to strains or ruptures of the cruciate ligament,” he added.

Common signs

capon said dvm360® that signs of joint pain can sometimes be noticeable long after the patient first feels the pain. “The sad reality is that the majority of dogs with joint pain have had it for some time before diagnosis. Dogs are amazing at coping with chronic pain and will adjust their weight bearing and movement to reduce their pain and continue to be our companions. Over time, this results in various physical and behavioral changes away from the joint, such as reduced tolerance of other dogs and handling, postural changes such as a rounded back and drooping tail, and changes in gait such as stiff, short, jerky strides,” she said.

According to Hurley, some common signs of joint pain in dogs include:

  • Box and stiffness
  • Licking, biting, or chewing the affected area (like a human rubbing their painful joint)
  • Slide while moving
  • Irritability
  • Decreased or loss of appetite
  • Decrease socialization
  • The Depression
  • Irritability

Long term consequences

“The long-term consequences impact day-to-day movement and locomotion. Everything hurts, so they are more likely to lie down. Dogs with arthritis lose the desire to be social because it hurts to move and be petted. It also impacts the muscles as they constantly overcompensate for painful joints, creating additional pain where pain may not have existed,” Hurley said.

Loss of the protective cushion between the joints can lead to pain, inflammation, decreased range of motion and the development of bone spurs.1 “With most cases diagnosed in the later stages, we have a reactive approach rather than a proactive approach, which is shocking considering it has now been reclassified as a wellness issue,” Capon said.

Reference

Arthrosis in dogs – signs and treatment. American Kennel Club. Published May 3, 2022. Accessed September 19, 2022. https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/health/osteoarthritis-signs-treatment/

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Parvovirus at ARL delays free adoptions; Animal Rescue League to Resume Public Castration of Cats https://twlabradors.com/parvovirus-at-arl-delays-free-adoptions-animal-rescue-league-to-resume-public-castration-of-cats/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 13:02:54 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/parvovirus-at-arl-delays-free-adoptions-animal-rescue-league-to-resume-public-castration-of-cats/ The Berks County Animal Rescue League has postponed its scheduled Free Adoption Weekend, which was scheduled to take place Friday through Sunday, due to more suspicious cases of parvovirus in some of its dogs. “This morning, two dogs who recently arrived at the shelter began showing symptoms of parvovirus despite testing negative on admission,” Jose […]]]>

The Berks County Animal Rescue League has postponed its scheduled Free Adoption Weekend, which was scheduled to take place Friday through Sunday, due to more suspicious cases of parvovirus in some of its dogs.

“This morning, two dogs who recently arrived at the shelter began showing symptoms of parvovirus despite testing negative on admission,” Jose Joel Delgado Rivera, ARL communications director, said in an email late Thursday. . “One arrived last night and the other five days ago. As a precaution and to be as conservative as possible, our medical team has decided to close our Kennel 2 area and not have the dogs from this area available for the event.

“As a result, R&N (sponsor of the Reading & Northern Railroad event) has postponed the event to allow these dogs to be included in the sponsorship opportunity. We are looking for a new date to reschedule it.

The ARL instead held a paid event, excluding dogs from the affected kennel, due to the volume of animals in its care, Delgado Rivera said.

The ARL had postponed an adoption event on September 3 due to three cases of parvovirus when it closed all of its kennels for quarantine.

Canine parvovirus is highly contagious, attacks the gastrointestinal tract and bone marrow, and can be fatal. According to Dr. Kathryn M. McGonigle, assistant professor of internal medicine, there is no cure, only supportive care including intravenous fluids, anti-nausea medications, medications for pain management, as well as blood pressure, heat, and nutritional support monitored around the clock. at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia

“Depending on where you look in the literature, you see between 60% and 90% survival with supportive care,” McGonigle said last year. “And you can see up to 91% mortality for untreated patients.”

The number of dogs currently being treated for parvo at the ARL or whether any had died from previous cases in August was not available Friday, according to Matthew Pachuilo, the ARL’s multimedia specialist who covered Delgado Rivera.

Vaccination is the only preventive means of parvo. According to Dr. Lee Pickett and the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Courtesy of Deb Dreisbach

A community cat in a settlement in Cumru township.

Cat sterilization, resumption of TNR services

The ARL also announced late Thursday that it has resumed scheduling appointments for public cat spaying and neutering surgeries and trapping, neutering, vaccination and release, or TNR, services for cats. community cats. Delgado Rivera said owners and trappers should register for surgeries online at https://waitwhile.com/welcome/surgerycenter. More information is available at berksarl.org.

“Due to the number of parvovirus cases we are seeing in the community, we will not yet be open to canine surgeries to ensure the safety of all animals,” Delgado Rivera said.

The ARL had stopped taking appointments for the public sterilization, sterilization and TNR service on July 8 due to a shortage of surgical staff. Since then, Dr. Misha Neumann started working there full-time in July, but Dr. Jason Banning left on August 19, Delgado Rivera said.

Pachuilo was unable to say on Friday if another vet had been hired. He noted that the ARL’s real public cat surgeries would resume on Tuesday for those who had made an appointment.

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Finger Lakes SPCA: Young Diesel dog empowered by visual impairment | Lifestyles https://twlabradors.com/finger-lakes-spca-young-diesel-dog-empowered-by-visual-impairment-lifestyles/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 12:30:00 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/finger-lakes-spca-young-diesel-dog-empowered-by-visual-impairment-lifestyles/ CNY’s Finger Lakes SPCA Special for The Citizen Every Friday, The Citizen offers a pet available for adoption from the Finger Lakes SPCA in central New York. This week, focus on Diesel. COMMENTS: Diesel has been at the shelter for a while. Since his arrival, he has followed the Shelter Spa program. He has been […]]]>

CNY’s Finger Lakes SPCA Special for The Citizen

Every Friday, The Citizen offers a pet available for adoption from the Finger Lakes SPCA in central New York. This week, focus on Diesel.

COMMENTS: Diesel has been at the shelter for a while. Since his arrival, he has followed the Shelter Spa program. He has been tested for heartworm, is negative and receives monthly preventative treatments. He was treated for all the parasites he had. He is now fully vaccinated (rabies, distemper, kennel cough), neutered and microchipped.

It was immediately apparent that Diesel was visually impaired. We believe he can see shadows. However, what he lacks in sight he makes up for with his ability to hear and his sense of space. He is surprised by loud noises but likes soft voices, so we talk to him softly.

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During some recent outings, once comfortable in his new environment, he was able to navigate without too much difficulty. He is intelligent and, with a little time, can adapt very well to new situations. Diesel would do well with a laid-back canine roommate.

Our trainer will be happy to provide a free consultation upon adoption and a half price training session for the lucky person who makes Diesel part of their family.

Please stop by to speak with Diesel staff.

Q: Who is your best friend?

A: Well, I have one, but she doesn’t know she’s my best friend – my soul mate, so to speak! That would be my darling Darla. She lives in the apartment across the hall from me. I hear him talking all the time. She sends me messages. I think she wants to play with me in the yard. You interviewed Darla a few weeks ago. What do Darla and I have in common? Some might call us “disabled”, but I would rather say that we are “empowered” by our limitations. I’m blind and Darla has three legs, but we’re not disabled in any way!

Q: What is your favorite leisure activity?

A: As I sort of alluded to, I love spending time in the playground. One of my humans is always there with me to make sure I don’t get in trouble, but I can run and exercise. Also, I had a new experience lately. I’ve taken day trips away from the shelter and visited a house that one of my humans lives in. I wasn’t crazy about the car ride. I take my time, I get used to the new environment and I even learn to go up and down the stairs. There’s a special dog that lives there, and she’s very nice to me. I think I might like a new home with a dog to show me the ropes.

Q: Which do you prefer, adults or children?

A: You know, I really don’t have a preference. However, I would like any human (adult or child) who is respectful, kind, understanding, patient and loving. That’s what I’m looking for in my new family. Is it too much to ask? I do not think so.

Q: If you could visit any place in the world, where would it be?

A: I don’t think I would be very good at international travel. An occasional car ride will be all the trip I need. However, the main drive I really want is one-way, to my new house.

Q: If you could meet anyone famous, who would it be?

A: Well, I just heard of a golden retriever pup named Ray Charles. He’s not as famous as his namesake — yet — but I’m sure he will be. Ray was born blind and has been featured on Buzzfeed and The Huffington Post. He now has his own Facebook page! In his biography, Ray said, “Don’t feel bad for me! I can run, play and do anything other dogs can see me doing!” My feelings exactly. Don’t feel sorry for me. Take me home and give me a chance.

Q: Do you have an interesting fact to share?

A: I do! Can we canines see color? The popular idea that dogs only see in black and white is wrong! Dogs can distinguish between yellow and blue and combinations of these colors. So when choosing new toys for your dog, the best ones may be those with blue and yellow hues.

Q: Do you have any advice for our readers today?

A: I do! My friends at the shelter have upcoming events, and I’d like to share them with you so you can put them on your calendars. On Saturday, October 1, a Blessing of the Animals will be held at St. Luke’s United Church of Christ, 26 Seminary Avenue. All creatures are welcome. On Sunday, October 9, we will be hosting our Howloween Pet Walk and Parade from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please check our website, flspcaofcny.org, for details and registration information. Thank you for supporting our events. Lots of love and lots of licks, Diesel and his friends.

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The Finger Lakes SPCA of Central New York is a New York State Registered Shelter/Rescue, Registry Number RR-181. Pursuant to Section 26-A, Section 408 of the Agriculture and Markets Act, Declarant is permitted to operate as a registered pet shelter pursuant to that Act.

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The Jersey Shore school board is considering a canine establishment | News, Sports, Jobs https://twlabradors.com/the-jersey-shore-school-board-is-considering-a-canine-establishment-news-sports-jobs/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 04:22:21 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/the-jersey-shore-school-board-is-considering-a-canine-establishment-news-sports-jobs/ JERSEY SHORE — A real dog could join the ranks of the Jersey Shore Bulldogs as a service dog if the board approves a request to add the position to its staff. With what they described as “A tiny little thing that could make a huge difference in our school climate,” […]]]>


JERSEY SHORE — A real dog could join the ranks of the Jersey Shore Bulldogs as a service dog if the board approves a request to add the position to its staff.

With what they described as “A tiny little thing that could make a huge difference in our school climate,” teachers Stephanie Machmer and Patty Hess proposed to the Jersey Shore School Board the purchase of a facility dog, which would be primarily in high school, but could eventually be used in other buildings in the district.

“One of the things that I think we are all aware of is the mental health of our students,” said Hess, a physical education teacher in the district.

“Those are some of the reasons we are pursuing him – socio-emotional issues, mental health, specific crisis intervention, school attendance,” she says, adding that several studies show how canine interventions can benefit students in these situations.

A facility dog ​​would be involved in working with school counselors during counseling sessions.

“All of our guidance counselors are on board. In fact, they are excited about this possible opportunity,” said Hess.

School counselors would like to start group sessions to deal with student anxiety and the dog could be used in these sessions.

The dog would also be useful in calming students following episodes of class disruption.

“If they need to get a student out (of the class) for whatever reason, just having the dog there calms them down a bit at that time,” she says.

“We’re not looking at this just in high school, but the dog could be used in elementary school summer programs,” said Hess.

Students could also read to the dog to hone their reading skills.

“The possibilities are limitless,” said Hess.

Issues to discuss before bringing an establishment dog on board include the legal responsibilities involved, animal care and maintenance, fear of dogs, and allergies.

Under the model proposed by the teachers, the district would purchase the dog with grant funds. Liabilities would then be covered by district insurance, which Hess said would be minimal, according to his research. She added that if the district approves the purchase of the dog, the exact amount of insurance could be determined.

Students can opt out of programs with dogs if they have allergies and there are also hypoallergenic dogs.

Parents and students would be educated on how to handle and interact with the dog.

“The students are trained in the approach of the dog. This is a working dog at the school so any student with allergies would retreat and the dog would be kept out of that area,” said Hess.

Servicing and maintenance would be provided by Machmer. He came to school and went home with her and stayed with her during the summer. She would also assume all maintenance, care and grooming of the dog.

If students are afraid of dogs, the school dog could provide an opportunity to overcome this fear, but it would also be kept away from students who are afraid.

The dog will not roam freely in the hallways; he will always be on a leash and with one of three handlers who are ready to be trained, Hess said.

Machmer, who teaches special education life skills in the district, plans to use the dog as part of the accountability aspect of his class.

“We would be responsible for getting him where he needs to be. He would have a schedule just like the students because he is a working dog,” said Machmer.

“They have time off” she says. “They have times when they need to get out. I would like my students to take care of this aspect.

“But the counselors, our healthcare staff and different people would be the teachers or the managers who would take them to scheduled rooms or counseling sessions,” Machmer added.

Program details will need to be worked out if and when the board approves the proposal. The process can take up to two years.

“We just want your permission to be able to pursue this, to apply to some of them to see if we’d even be approved. There’s so much grant money out there right now to help our students with their mental health, put to apart from the cost of insurance which is very low compared to the benefits, we think we can cover the rest with the grant money,” said Machmer.

The proposal will be put on the agenda for a vote at the next board meeting, said district superintendent Dr. Brian Ulmer.



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Clermont County Kennel Club, Inc. – Sunday, September 11, 2022 https://twlabradors.com/clermont-county-kennel-club-inc-sunday-september-11-2022/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 21:12:52 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/clermont-county-kennel-club-inc-sunday-september-11-2022/ Show name: Clermont County Kennel Club, Inc.Location: Xenia, OHDate of the show: Sunday, September 11, 2022Total entry: 586Best Show Judge: Mr Nell T McDevittShow photographer(s):Bryan McNabb • Website: www.mcnabbphotos.com Reg Dog: GCHP Pouch Coves Good Good Good Good [Dog]Raising: NewfoundlandController: Karen MammanoOwner: K Mallinson & P HelmingBreeder: P Helming Reserve Dog Reg: Reference GCHG Brighton […]]]>

Show name: Clermont County Kennel Club, Inc.
Location: Xenia, OH
Date of the show: Sunday, September 11, 2022
Total entry: 586
Best Show Judge: Mr Nell T McDevitt
Show photographer(s):
Bryan McNabb • Website: www.mcnabbphotos.com

Reg Dog: GCHP Pouch Coves Good Good Good Good [Dog]
Raising: Newfoundland
Controller: Karen Mammano
Owner: K Mallinson & P Helming
Breeder: P Helming

Reserve Dog Reg: Reference GCHG Brighton [Dog]
Reserve breed: Poodle (Standard)
Reserve Manager: Lindsay Gorder
Reserve Owner: A Carter & M Lamb
Breeder: A Carter-Green & M Lamb

Jock Judge’s name: Mr. Kenneth A. Buxton

Total entry: 88
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Dog Reg: GCHB Buttes Harborview [Dog]
Raising: Retriever (golden)
Controller: Karen Mammano
Owner: T Tomlinson
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Dog Reg: GCH Crosscreeks Vibrant Festival Prince Fredrich [Dog]
Breed: Brittany
Controller: Abigail Engler
Owner: An Engler
Breeder: B Pepin DVM & W Pepin
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Dog Reg: GCHB Oncore Red Solo Cup Featuring Solivia [Bitch]
Breed: Pointer
Responsible: Patricia Haines
Owner: Dr. P & T Haines & K & DBrown
#4-
Dog Reg: CH Nevaehlea N Dreamshadows Dream CGC [Bitch]
Breed: Black Cocker Spaniel
Administrator :
Owner: R Crouse, B Richards and A Norris
Breeder: R Crouse, B Richards & A Norris

Dog Judge’s name: Mr. Elliott B. Weiss

Total entry: 89
#1-
Dog Reg: GCHB Aberdeens Xlnt Adventure [Dog]
Raising: Otterhound
Manager: Jason McIlwaine
Owner: S Wilkins & A McIlwaine
Breeder: A, J & J McIlwaine
#2-
Dog Reg: Date Night GCHB Singh Nazira [Dog]
Breed: Afghan Hound
Responsible: Bobbi Kinley Blewett
Owner: K & L Valimaki & T Richmond
Breeder: T Richmond & J Banker
#3-
Dog Reg: CH Longlesson Dark Side Of The Moon [Bitch]
Breed: Whippet
Manager: Graham Miller
Owner: L Bernhardt, T Kirsten, A Kelly & Longlesson Knls
#4-
Dog Reg: GCHS DC Robinwoods aims to be awesome W CGC TKN [Dog]
Breed: Dachshund (rough hair)
Administrator :
Owner: C Niles
Breeder: C Niles

Work Judge’s name: Mrs. Donna J. Buxton

Total entry: 103
#1-
Dog Reg: GCHP Pouch Coves Good Good Good Good [Dog]
Raising: Newfoundland
Controller: Karen Mammano
Owner: K Mallinson & P Helming
Breeder: P Helming
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHS Adesas Tijuana Windfall CGC [Dog]
Breed: Bernese mountain dog
Responsible: Bobbi Kinley-Blewett
Owner: B Kinley-Blewett & R Harrison
Breeder: K Hayco & M Knicely DVM
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHS Adibeir Red Carpet Affair CGC [Dog]
Breed: Cane Corso
Manager: Kathy Musto
Owner: D Musto & E Shauck
Breeder: E&D Shauck
#4-
Dog Reg: GCHS Brandauridge Big Easy CGC [Dog]
Breed: Saint Bernard
Administrator :
Owner: P Brandau, S Pagel & I Burg

Terrier Judge’s name: Mrs. Marjorie J. Underwood

Total entry: 66
#1-
Reg Dog: CH Torquay S cuddly like a panda [Dog]
Raising: smooth fox terrier
Administrator :
Owner: V Malzoni Jr & M, F & A Botelho
#2-
Dog Reg: CH Anstamm Jacglen by the sea [Dog]
Breed: Scottish Terrier
Administrator :
Owner: Anstamm Knl
#3-
Dog Reg: WMKS Under Pressure [Dog]
Breed: American Hairless Terrier
Administrator :
Owner: K & R Pingel & M Welling
#4-
Dog Reg: This Checkmate Game Over [Dog]
Breed: Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
Administrator :
Owner: M Lomax

Toy Judge’s name: Mr. Jeffery M. Bazell

Total entry: 70
#1-
Dog Reg: Triple Crown Chads winning lotto ticket for Lynn [Dog]
Raising: Biewer Terrier
Handler: Jody Paquette-Garcini
Owner: M Lyons & L McKee
#2-
Dog Reg: CH Lorencs Gdm Ferazi Killer Queen [Bitch]
Breed: Italian Greyhound
Administrator :
Owner: J Kulic & J Beckett
#3-
Dog Reg: GCH Two Oaks Southern Comfort at Sonsets [Dog]
Race: Japanese Chin
Manager: Cathy Musto
Owner: J & R Welch & R Aldridge
#4-
Dog Reg: Sailor Lipetskih Ozer [Dog]
Breed: Chihuahua (smooth hair)
Manager: Nicole Denny
Owner: T Lee

Not athletic Judge’s name: Mrs. Marjorie J. Underwood

Total entry: 49
#1-
Dog Reg: Reference GCHG Brighton [Dog]
Raising: Poodle (Standard)
Manager: Lindsay Gorder
Owner: A Carter & M Lamb
Breeder: A Carter-Green & M Lamb
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHB Hillwood Dassin Tulip Gardens Lilly Marlane [Bitch]
Breed: Poodle (Miniature)
Manager: Joseph Vergnetti
Owner: E Charles, J Vergnetti & B Datema
Breeder: E Charles, J Vergnetti & B Datema
#3-
Dog Reg: GCH Crestagards Shakin Unstirred in the Goldenheart [Dog]
Breed: French Bulldog
Manager: Kathy Musto
Owner: A Demoski & B McCann
#4-
Dog Reg: GCHB Westview Raspberry Joint Venture [Dog]
Breed: Tibetan Spaniel
Manager: Kim Haupt
Owner: C Buckland & K Haupt

Breeding Judge’s name: Mr. Kenneth A. Buxton

Total entry: 117
#1-
Reg Dog: CH Audacious Bailliage [Dog]
Raising: Australian shepherd
Administrator :
Owner: H Sells & H Herron
#2-
Dog Reg: Frankens Some Like It Hot [Bitch]
Breed: German Shepherd
Manager: Blake Williams
Owner: D Schannen & J White
#3-
Dog Reg: Caradoc Cocoa Puffs [Dog]
Breed: Icelandic Shepherd
Administrator :
Owner: R Kelly & B Williams
#4-
Dog Reg: Cajun Creeks Reveille DCAT [Dog]
Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Administrator :
Owner: J Ford & R Jenkins


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Fort Steuben Kennel Association, Inc. – Sunday, September 4, 2022 https://twlabradors.com/fort-steuben-kennel-association-inc-sunday-september-4-2022/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 22:06:30 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/fort-steuben-kennel-association-inc-sunday-september-4-2022/ Show name: Fort Steuben Kennel Association, Inc.Location: Smithfield, OhioDate of the show: Sunday, September 4, 2022Total entry: 493Best Show Judge: Mr. Dennis J. GallantShow photographer(s):Tina Turley • Website: www.turleyphoto.com Reg Dog: GCHB Oncore Coupe Solo Red With Solivia [Bitch]Raising: NeedleResponsible: Patricia HainesOwner: Dr. P & T Haines & K & D Brown Reserve Dog Reg: […]]]>

Show name: Fort Steuben Kennel Association, Inc.
Location: Smithfield, Ohio
Date of the show: Sunday, September 4, 2022
Total entry: 493
Best Show Judge: Mr. Dennis J. Gallant
Show photographer(s):
Tina Turley • Website: www.turleyphoto.com

Reg Dog: GCHB Oncore Coupe Solo Red With Solivia [Bitch]
Raising: Needle
Responsible: Patricia Haines
Owner: Dr. P & T Haines & K & D Brown

Reserve Dog Reg: GCH Agha Djaris Via Kjavu [Dog]
Reserve breed: Afghan Hound
Reserve Manager: Lisa Bettis
Reserve Owner: B Phifer

Jock Judge’s name: Dr. Ronald I. Spritzer

Total entry: 92
#1-
Reg Dog: GCHB Oncore Coupe Solo Red With Solivia [Bitch]
Raising: Needle
Responsible: Patricia Haines
Owner: Dr. P & T Haines & K & D Brown
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHG Shaker Trees Santana [Dog]
Breed: Setter (Gordon)
Manager: Lindsey Cook
Owner: V Powell
Breeder: V Powell, M McLoughlin & C Kirby
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHG Stagedoor Mercury Comet Cyclone [Dog]
Breed: Setter (English)
Manager: Lindsey Cook
Owner: T. Goldberg
Breeder: Joan Savage
#4-
Dog Reg: GCH Rising Suns Ill Bee Dazzled at Keystone [Bitch]
Breed: Vizsla
Operator: Corinne Miklos
Owner: J Bonar & C Miklos

Dog Judge’s name: Dr. Anne P. Gallant

Total entry: 93
#1-
Reg Dog: GCH Agha Djaris Via Kjavu [Dog]
Raising: Afghan Hound
Controller: Lisa Bettis
Owner: B Phifer
#2-
Dog Reg: CH Trajam Insinuation [Dog]
Breed: Beagle 13 inches
Administrator :
Owner: T Cartwright & W Alexander
#3-
Dog Reg: Calis Northern Lights [Bitch]
Breed: Whippet
Administrator :
Owner: M Pick & Dr D McNamer
#4-
Dog Reg: GCH Top Shelfs Ultimat NA OAJ CA BCAT DN [Dog]
Breed: Beagle 15 inches
Administrator :
Owner: D Wigal, C Keech
Breeder: D Wigal

Work Judge’s name: Mr David Bolus

Total entry: 82
#1-
Reg Dog: Ambermark N Starlaines I See Red [Bitch]
Raising: Doberman Pinscher
Administrator :
Owner: S Law & E Hopper
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHS Top Shelfs They Call Them The Diamond Dogs [Dog]
Race: Newfoundland
Manager: Becky Reynnells
Owner: C Keech & B Reynnells
Breeder: D Wigal & B Reynnells
#3-
Dog Reg: CH Wyndglo Play Game [Dog]
Breed: Siberian Husky
Administrator :
Owner: C French, G Ciavardini & K Murray
#4-
Dog Reg: CH Thalassas Long Island flavor [Dog]
Breed: Bernese mountain dog
Administrator :
Owner: A Kunkel, J Gabriel, R Gabriel
Breeder: J Gabriel

Terrier Judge’s name: Ms. Anne Savory Bolus

Total entry: 40
#1-
Reg Dog: GCH Edenshire Cricklewood Crackerjack [Dog]
Raising: Wire Fox Terrier
Handler: Klayton Harris
Owner: M&P Harrison
Breeder: M Raggett & C Clark
#2-
Dog Reg: Drytowns Allies Dd lain Mata Mackinney [Dog]
Breed: Skye Terrier
Administrator :
Owner: C Rossi
#3-
Dog Reg: CH Lynaire Blackbeards Revenge [Dog]
Breed: Airedale Terrier
Handler: Santiago Pinto
Owner: L Jarvis
#4-
Dog Reg: CH Rocky Mountain Cross Into The Blue RN FDC CA BCAT RATN CGC TKN [Dog]
Breed: Kerry Blue Terrier
Administrator :
Owner: C Stanczyk, D Stanczyk
Breeder: C & D Stanczyk

Toy Judge’s name: Mrs. Kristen L. Francis

Total entry: 51
#1-
Reg Dog: GCH Jaros Ferazi Windspiel Rip Wheeler [Dog]
Raising: italian greyhound
Administrator :
Owner: K Allison & J Kulic
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHB Mari Small Town Son [Dog]
Breed: poodle (toy)
Administrator :
Owner: J Justice & S Bertouille
#3-
Dog Reg: Kerilynns Girl On Fire [Bitch]
Breed: Miniature Pinscher
Administrator :
Owner: L Witouski
#4-
Dog Reg: Cottage Lakes like a boss in Sno-Storm [Dog]
Breed: Toy Manchester Terrier
Responsible: Deanna Rotkowski
Owner: D Rotkowski, M Chagas & A Buchner

Not athletic Judge’s name: Mr David Bolus

Total entry: 45
#1-
Reg Dog: GCHG Barbarys Reigning Royalty CGCA TKN [Dog]
Raising: Chow chow
Manager: Ralph Silva
Owner: R Silva
Breeder: B Becker
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHS Belle Creeks Born To Love Again [Dog]
Breed: Bichon Frize
Controller: Lisa Bettis
Owner: N & G Brown, E Charles, S Malzoni, L Carlton and L Letsche
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHP Pineapple Rhinestone Cowboy FDC CA CGCA TKN [Dog]
Breed: American Eskimo Dog
Administrator :
Owner: S & L Caltrider & S Paulsen
Breeder: S & K Strunk & B Hammond Brown
#4-
Dog Reg: CH Davane Signed Sealed Delivered [Dog]
Breed: Boston Terrier
Administrator :
Owner: J&T Davis

Breeding Judge’s name: Mr. John P. Wade

Total entry: 68
#1-
Dog Reg: GCH Ne Stormys Nudge Nudge Wink Wink [Dog]
Raising: Briard
Responsible: Joan Scott
Owner: T&M Millner, R&W Weber
Breeder: W & R Weber
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHP XIV Karat Come Hell Or High Water [Dog]
Breed: Cardigan Welsh Corgi
Controller: Sherri Hurst
Owner: P McCoy & S Hurst
Breeder: S Hurst
#3-
Dog Reg: Creekwood Blausertown Hot N Spicy [Bitch]
Breed: Collie (smooth)
Administrator :
Owners: R Reed, A Lude, V Mehr, T Donley
Breeder: J Czukor, R Reed & V Reed Mehr
#4-
Dog Reg: GCHG Stonebrook Never Say Never Tramperus [Bitch]
Breed: Polish Plains Shepherd
Controller: Lisa Bettis
Owner: M Hirata & M Korzeniowska
Breeder: B Wilson, M Cabral, D Busby & B Lynch


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