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May 28, 1989 | By Deborah Lawson, Special to The Inquirer
Millions of family pets are killed in humane shelters each year. One reason is that people purchase an animal, then find that they can't control it, that it messes up the house or even seems vicious. This usually isn't the fault of the animal, which needs teaching and supervision. If you have just brought a puppy into your home or are contemplating such a move, a new videotape, Good Puppy, can be a valuable resource. Unlike most dog-training tapes, which concentrate on animals at least 6 months old, this one can be used when the dog is only 7 or 8 weeks old. Trainer Jeanne Carlson has a gentle yet authoritative manner that will give confidence to even the most inexperienced dog owner.
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October 10, 1990 | Inquirer photographs by Rebecca Barger
The Pennsylvania School of Dog Grooming is owned and operated by Robert Whitman and his wife, Eileen. Opened in 1971, the school is not bounded by quarters or semesters. Students graduate when they complete the required number of hours.
NEWS
March 12, 1989 | By Andrew Hussie, Special to The Inquirer
One afternoon last week, Tracy Scott and six of her co-workers looked out their office window at the Prudential Business Campus in Horsham. They were horrified. What they saw on the lawn outside their staid office March 1 was a man swinging a puppy around on a long red leash "like a helicopter. " Three men from Scott's group ran out to the lawn and grabbed the puppy - a 10-week-old, mixed-breed husky - from the man and took it back to work with them. Another employee called the police.
NEWS
November 20, 1997 | by Gloria Campisi, Daily News Staff Writer
She narrowly escaped death, shoved from a moving car in a struggle with a carjacker. But the 25-year-old South Jersey woman isn't worried about herself as she lies in her bed at Cooper University Hospital Medical Center with a shattered right foot and fractured ankle. She fears for the passenger the carjacker fled with - a friendly, energetic Labrador retriever puppy in a pink collar named "Summer. " Authorities have found no trace of the car, the 10-week-old dog or the pupnapper since the 9 p.m. Tuesday attack at a stop light in Delran Township, Burlington County.
NEWS
August 4, 2009 | By Bonnie L. Cook, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A 12-week-old puppy so savagely beaten that both legs on her left side were broken has recovered and been placed in an adoptive home in upper Montgomery County, the executive director of the Montgomery County SPCA said today. Carmen J. Ronio said that on June 16, the puppy was struck repeatedly by a youth wielding a stick in a parking lot on West Marshall Street in Norristown. The boy fled before police could apprehend him, Ronio said. Officers found the gray and tan German Shepherd mix lying on her right side, breathing but severely injured, Ronio said.
NEWS
July 6, 2006 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Brian Heidik, beloved $1 mil winner on '02's Survivor: Thailand, was charged with battery and cruelty to animals yesterday after the Douglasville, Ga., resident was arrested for allegedly shooting a puppy with an arrow, Atlanta TV station WSB-TV reports. A puppy. Heidik, who's out on bond, said he thought the beast was a coyote, but Douglas County Chief Deputy Stan Copeland said that when Heidik's wife, Charmaine, called in the incident, she said her hub had shot the puppy and planned to shoot another one. Both dogs have been turned over to animal control.
NEWS
February 6, 1999 | By Lewis Kamb, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
A Tullytown man was sentenced to 100 hours in jail yesterday for leaving his 10-month-old puppy outside overnight in an ice storm last month. George Kreuzburg, 35, was also ordered to pay a $500 fine and to forfeit the puppy, a setter-Labrador mix. District Justice Robert L. Wagner Jr. ordered Kreuzburg to turn the dog over to the Bucks County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which will try to find it a home. The puppy has been at the SPCA since the Jan. 14 incident.
NEWS
September 10, 2011
A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the person who wrapped a pit bull-mix puppy in duct tape and abandoned it in Kensington. The Pennsylvania SPCA said its officers responded to an anonymous tip Tuesday and found the dog in a lot next to Ascension of Our Lord Church and School on the 700 block of East Westmoreland Street. A necropsy determined that the animal had multiple health problems and suffered from a lack of medical care, the SPCA said. It was inconclusive as to whether the puppy was alive when it was taped up. "This is a bizarre and extremely disturbing case of animal cruelty," George Bengal, director of law enforcement for the SPCA, said in a statement.
NEWS
August 16, 2014 | By Barbara Boyer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Authorities accused the owner of a South Jersey pet dealer of selling sick animals to families, including a "yorkie poo" that was bought as a Christmas gift and became so sick that the new owners euthanized it. On Thursday, state consumer officials announced that they have filed a civil lawsuit against the owner of Prada Puppies, Jessica Durkin of Salem, to recoup losses on behalf of consumers. A woman who answered the telephone listed for Prada Puppies referred questions to Pennsville lawyer Paul Scull, who said he could not comment on pending litigation.
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NEWS
December 23, 2015
A man in his early 20s walking a pit bull puppy was fatally shot Monday night in West Philadelphia, police said. Around 7:20 p.m., the man was shot once in the head in the 300 block of Horton Street, said Chief Inspector Scott Small. Police took the victim to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at 7:34 p.m. Residents said they heard a single gunshot and then saw the man lying on the sidewalk, still holding the puppy's leash. The victim might be a 23-year-old man who lives in the neighborhood, but that was not confirmed, Small said.
NEWS
December 20, 2015
DEAR ABBY: I'm a 14-year-old girl and I have a boy best friend who is also 14. I liked him the moment I met him, which was exactly a year ago. He says it's the same for him. We established that we both liked each other months ago, but we're still only friends. The reason is his parents have a rule that he can't have a girlfriend or go on dates until he's 16. He's the only one I want, but we have to wait until he can ask me out. For now we are best friends, but it's hard not to want to hold his hand and kiss him and stuff like that.
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September 20, 2015 | By Rita Giordano, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Camden County freeholders voted unanimously Thursday to prohibit pet stores from selling animals from puppy mills. Called Norman's Law after the Labrador retriever mix Freeholder Jeffrey L. Nash adopted from a shelter, the measure calls for shops to sell dogs and cats obtained from animal shelters and rescues. "As we said last week, we are going to stand up for animals of this county and ensure no one is profiting off of the inhumane treatment of puppy mills," said Nash, sponsor of the resolution.
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September 14, 2015 | BY DAN GERINGER, Daily News Staff Writer geringd@phillynews.com, 215-854-5961
KATIE EDWARDS, a nature-lover since her Jersey Shore childhood, is the eco-friendly diva of Sunday's Clean Air Council GreenFest, an all-day Headhouse Square celebration of adoptable pets, edible insects, wall climbing, chair massaging, beer gardening, healthy eating, swap shopping and free rock concerts. A Sunday stroll along 2nd and South streets, expected to attract 15,000 people, will include a kinetic bicycle sculpture that powers 18 umbrellas, a puppy photo booth (a www! )
NEWS
September 12, 2015 | By Rita Giordano, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Camden County Freeholders announced Thursday that they intend to introduce and vote on a resolution that would prohibit pet stores from selling animals obtained from so-called puppy and kitten mills. Instead, the shops would have to get their dogs and cats from animal shelters or rescues. Freeholder Jeff Nash, sponsor of the resolution, said he is confident it will pass when voted on next Thursday. The resolution is named Norman's Law after Nash's Labrador retriever mix, which he adopted from a shelter.
NEWS
June 26, 2015
I'M NOT A dog person. They're dirty. They smell. I hate when they jump on me. If I smile, I'm faking it. I cringe inside when dogs use my yard as a toilet - even if their owners clean up after them. I'd rather not eat in the same room as a furry friend, especially if they are under the table begging for scraps. They ruin my appetite. So, believe me, the last thing I want to write about is someone's dog. But I met Jessica Rennard backstage earlier this month at a fashion-show fundraiser for the Career Wardrobe and was struck by the randomness of what had happened to her puppy.
NEWS
February 4, 2015
HAVE YOU EVER bought anything just because of a Super Bowl commercial? (Me neither.) Someone must. Advertisers pay more than $4 million for a 30-second spot and feel they're getting their money's worth if it gets people talking - even if they're bad-mouthing it. "If you haven't got anything nice to say about anybody," said Alice Roosevelt Longworth, "come sit next to me. " No one sits to bad mouth any more. They tweet and Facebook. In Sunday's Downer Bowl - with commercials about domestic abuse, bullying and death - viewers were not on the side of Nationwide.
NEWS
February 2, 2015 | By Rita Giordano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Meet Jamison. He was found in Philadelphia in August at 3 weeks of age, weighing less than four pounds, and suffering from parasites, cigarette burns, and seizures. He was rescued to Marlton by a compassionate Christian lady and later adopted by a nice Downingtown couple. Despite a hellish start, he has grown into a happy, friendly fellow with an athletic bent, an open heart, and, oh, what a nose. On Sunday, he goes national. Jamison, a pit bull-boxer mix, is in the starting lineup for Puppy Bowl XI, airing on Animal Planet.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 23, 2014 | By Patricia Mans, For The Inquirer
If 9-year-old James had three wishes, he would ask for a million dollars, a mansion, and 15 puppies. Christmas, he declares, is his favorite holiday because "everybody gathers around and opens presents. " Although he is sometimes reserved when meeting new people, James warms up quickly to those who share his interests, particularly sports. He loves to play basketball and football; the latter is his favorite, and he dreams of playing professionally some day. He also enjoys video games, watching TV, and playing with his prized possession, his Nerf gun. James is doing well in fourth grade, and is proud of the A he recently received on an assignment.
NEWS
August 16, 2014 | By Barbara Boyer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Authorities accused the owner of a South Jersey pet dealer of selling sick animals to families, including a "yorkie poo" that was bought as a Christmas gift and became so sick that the new owners euthanized it. On Thursday, state consumer officials announced that they have filed a civil lawsuit against the owner of Prada Puppies, Jessica Durkin of Salem, to recoup losses on behalf of consumers. A woman who answered the telephone listed for Prada Puppies referred questions to Pennsville lawyer Paul Scull, who said he could not comment on pending litigation.
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