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Diabetic Alert Dogs Save Lives

Rebecca Farrar was just 4 years old when she became seriously ill and was diagnosed with diabetes. Today, as a Type 1 diabetic, 9-year-old Rebecca's blood sugar can drop without warning, putting her at risk of hypoglycemia, which can lead to a coma or even death. Often, Rebecca doesn't Continue reading

9 Things Never to Say to Someone Who’s Lost a Pet…

Your friend’s pet just passed away, and she’s devastated. While you know it’s  a sad time, you may not be able to grasp the emotional turmoil she’s  experiencing if you’ve never owned a pet. “Pet parents are made to feel guilty  when their grief is more extreme than it would be for a human Continue reading

Funeral for your pet?

NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — The loss of a pet can be a devastating experience, and a rising number of people are treating that loss the same way that they would treat the death of any other family member. David Le told CBS 2′s Kristine Johnson that his dog was treated like a member of his Continue reading

Grief is grief, and pain is pain…..

He weighed eight pounds.  He had little ability to learn much.  In fact he actually never learned how to play.  He was with us a short time; just a year and a half, and on Thursday last he died. His name was Baxter Van Beck, and he was a very small little tiny dog who changed our lives, Continue reading

Man saves dog from sinking ship, then goes back for wife…

When you hear about a man saving his dog from a sinking ship, it’s hard to not be moved by the tale of an animal lover’s heroism. But the story becomes slightly less heroic when you learn that the man saved his dog before his own wife. But that’s apparently what happened when Graham Anley Continue reading

Free airport therapy has a cold nose, wagging tail…

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- There's a new breed of airport dog. They aren't looking for drugs or bombs — they are looking for people who need a buddy, a belly to rub or a paw to shake.        "His job is to be touched," volunteer Kyra Hubis said about Henry James, her 5-year-old golden retriever Continue reading