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American Kennel Club

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  • Ways to celebrate National Puppy Day in Baltimore

    Ways to celebrate National Puppy Day in Baltimore
    Happy National Puppy Day to all my two-legged and four-legged friends. My name is Krishana Davis and I'm an intern at the The Baltimore Sun. Although I have a knack for fashion and politics, I never turn down a chance to pay homage to my four-legged...
  • Hold onto your pups: Dog kidnappings on the rise

    Hold onto your pups: Dog kidnappings on the rise
    Yipe -- here's a disturbing story. Dog-nappings are up in a big way in 2011... more than 30 percent! According to this report in the Chicago Sun-Times, the American Kennel Club, which tracks dog kidnappings, is saying the crime has surged 32 percent this...
  • A dog day to look forward to

    Northeastern Maryland Kennel Club's third annual Responsible Dog Ownership Day will be observed Sept. 25, from noon to 4 p.m., at the Abingdon PetSmart, 412 Constant Friendship Blvd. Free, and open to well-behaved pets and their owners, the event will...
  • Announcements

    Whitmore Park concerts Friends of Annapolis Parks and We Care and Friends present free concerts from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays at Whitmore Park at the corner of Calvert and Clay Streets, across from the Arundel Center, 44 Calvert St. The Dixie...
  • Club Notes for Aug. 16 to Aug. 23

    Editor's Note: Club information is printed free for local nonprofit activities weekly. Submit information two weeks in advance; all items run, space permitting. Submit by: Email: commnews@capgaznews.com Mail: Community News, The Capital, P.O. Box 911,...
  • SPCA gives 16 pit bulls a new shot at adoption

    SPCA gives 16 pit bulls a new shot at adoption
    Kenzi loves belly rubs and playing in the grass. Ruby’s owner didn’t want her anymore. Buster is a “ball of energy.” Gracie would be good for someone who can take her outside to play. Roxy had to move when her owners’...
  • Therapy dog helps with healing

    Therapy dog helps with healing
    Sharon Swinyer didn't even reach the main entrance to Day Kimball Hospital before she was besieged by staff members. That's what always happens on Tuesdays when she and her therapy dog Indy visit patients. People will stop her so they can pet the dog....
  • Lions Club fairground goes to the dogs

    The Hebron Lions Club Fairgrounds was a cacophony of sounds on July 27, as Hebron hosted the second day of the Yankee Terrier Trials. Most of the noise was produced by the Jack Russell Terriers in residence, and consisted of excited barking, nervous...
  • Child, teen handlers place in 4-H dog show; head to state fair

    Child, teen handlers place in 4-H dog show; head to state fair
    Tyler Thompson patted his German shepherd, Ally, on the top of her head. Dressed in his Sunday best — a blue cotton button-down shirt, pressed dark slacks and black shoes — Tyler and his family waited patiently for him and his dog to be...
  • Fireworks aren't cause for celebration for canines

    Fireworks aren't cause for celebration for canines
    It had always been easy for Sharon Keila's family of five to locate their 8-year-old Dalmatian, Holly, when she got out of the yard. Usually they would find her sniffing around shrubs or relaxing on a neighbor's porch near their Berwyn home. That...
  • Come celebrate pets at the expo

    On Saturday, June 14, the third Carroll County Pet Expo will take place at the Shipley Arena in Westminster from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This family-friendly event offers visitors opportunities to interact with pet professionals such as veterinarians, animal...
  • Matchmaker pairs rescue dogs with families

    Matchmaker pairs rescue dogs with families
    When it comes to finding the perfect companion for her clients, matchmaker Barb Murray of Wilmette has learned that a request for only young, fair-haired and attractive candidates can bring more heartbreak than harmony. "There's a lot of innuendo...