Tag: dog


13
Jan 2017

With winter in full bloom, your dog probably isn’t getting the amount of outdoor exercise and enrichment like in the summer months. This can sometimes mean disruptive behavior and acting out. We’ve come up with a few fun ways to beat your pup’s cabin fever and keep him properly entertained through the winter months! Incorporate some sort of food puzzle or enrichment toy. Keeping their brains engaged and challenged is a great way to keep them occupied and on their toes (paws)! You can purchase these online or from your local pet......

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05
Jan 2017

A beautiful 80 pound Alaskan Malamute named Maya entered our doors on December 1st and we all felt there was something special about her but had no idea the reunion that was in store. Like all dogs and cats that enter AVHS, one of the first things we do is scan for a microchip. Through a bit of digging on our end, we found that Maya’s microchip traced back to an organization in Phoenix, AZ – Maya had been initially chipped at our Executive Director’s previous employer, a shelter in Phoenix, Arizona. What......

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