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Pittsburgh marathoners helps raise money for charities – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pittsburgh marathoners helps raise money for charities
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
This year, local author Barbara Ford will donate a portion of the proceeds of the sale of her book about a rescue dog, "I Wonder What He's Thinking," to the cause. Last year, executive director Dan Rossi raised $10,000 by promising to get the shelter's

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Pet Tales: Celebrate with the Fairmont’s lobby greeter – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pet Tales: Celebrate with the Fairmont's lobby greeter
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Harrisburg, of all places, is the locale for a show that features top canines in national championship competitions in agility, obedience and "Rally." It's March 27-30, and more than 2,000 dogs are entered in the Companion Events Extravaganza hosted by

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Pittsburgh woman who took dog had it put down – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pittsburgh woman who took dog had it put down
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Mr. Boehler said his 8-year-old dog, Thor, had some health problems but none was terminal, and he was working with a veterinarian to schedule all of the treatments when the dog was taken from him while he lived in Spring Hill-Cityview. An attorney for 

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Pet Tales: Bad dog? Maybe it’s the owner, trainer says – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pet Tales: Bad dog? Maybe it's the owner, trainer says
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Also scheduled today: 1 p.m., canine fashion show; 1:45 p.m., Healthy Pet Products nutrition lecture; 2:15 p.m., bichon frise grooming; 3 p.m., German shepherd; 4 p.m., poodles; 6 p.m. Save A Yorkie rescue group. Sunday's lineup includes information

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Parkway West students now can study to be veterinary assistants – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Parkway West students now can study to be veterinary assistants
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Pink-eyed lab rats Ruby, Lilith, Pinky and Lana live in the classroom, raised by students who cuddle and pet them, chart their growth and study their nutrition. Welding One of the first things they learned was how to use gauze to make a muzzle for

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Pet Tales: Trainer offers tips on dog control for police – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pet Tales: Trainer offers tips on dog control for police
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
On the blessedly rare occasions when police officers shoot and kill pet dogs, the public outcry is huge. Heartbroken children and horrified neighbors who sometimes witness shootings are endangered by flying bullets. A local dog trainer has been

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What’s for Dinner: Salmon Florentine – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

What's for Dinner: Salmon Florentine
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
It's both pretty on the plate and low-cal enough that you can splurge on dessert. Plus, you don't have to worry about feeding any leftovers to your dog — the recipe comes from Gayle Pruitt's "Dog-Gone Good Cuisine," a book of healthful recipes for

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Evgeni Malkin: A Russian tale with roots founded in ice and iron – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Evgeni Malkin: A Russian tale with roots founded in ice and iron
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
"He asked very often," Natalia says, "even wrote a school essay that said "My mother does not allow me to get a dog.' " Evgeni would just have You need to provide one athlete nutrition and gear, have one coach and have a field to play. "To grow one

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