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Carnival of Dogs and Cats – September 25, 2010

Welcome to the September 25, 2010 edition of Carnival of Dogs and Cats. Check out the latest batch of great articles about dogs & cats!

Animal Humor

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Cashing In With Doggie da Vincis posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Annah Rondon presents DIRTY FACE AND A WEREWOLF posted at Red Means Go!.

Animal Lovers in the News

Tina Marconi presents 50 Wonderful Novels for the Ultimate Animal Lover posted at Vet Tech, saying, “Here are a list of wonderful novels for the ultimate animal lover that will make for great reads when you’re ready to unwind with a heartfelt story.”

Carrie Oakley presents Blogging for a Cause: 50 Best Blogs for Animal Activists posted at Online Colleges, saying, “These 50 blogs are good examples of the fact that blogging for a cause can really make a difference. Animal rights activists congregate at these and other websites to learn about the latest animal rights news and how to act on it.”

Cats

oussama presents Retirement: Health for your Aging Cat posted at one world, saying, “Age is just a number, right? A Human who is 60 years old may act like a young adult, while another human the same age may at like he or she is on a deathbed. Cats are the same way!”

Morgan Schwartz presents Max the Cat posted at Omaha.net – Local Writing from the Heartland, saying, “Keeping a cat indoors will make it live one decade longer than allowing it outdoors. Amazingly true, but why? Learn more about this incredible fact through the eyes of Max the Cat, an adopted blood donor cat and a member of the ever-growing Finch family.”

Dogs

Baa Tan presents Stories of Naughty Pups posted at Dog Training Manual.

Joy Randel presents When Ruff, Ruff Gets a Bit Rough, Rough: A Discussion of Training for Aggressive Dogs posted at Dazzle Dog Delight Blogs.

Kylie presents How to Deal with Aggressive Dog Behavior posted at Dog Training Advice, saying, “Aggression in dogs is becoming a increasing. Find out how to deal with it before it becomes a major problem.”

Tina Marconi presents 50 Truly Amazing Facts About Your Dog posted at Vet Tech, saying, “Dogs need almost no introduction whatsoever, cliché as that sounds. One of the most beloved mammalian companions for millennia, canines provide just as much charm as they do economic, health and safety value.”

SheMovedtoTexas presents The Thing About Dog People posted at She Moved to Texas, saying, “There’s dog people, and then there’s dog people. What we do for our pets.”

Joy Randel presents Bow-wow-OW! What You Should Know About Dog Health Problems posted at Dazzle Dog Delight Blogs.

Patti Lecron presents ONOMATOPOEIA FOR DOGGIE by P.B. Lecron posted at A French Education, saying, “What do dogs really want?”

Joy Randel presents Nom de Pooch: The Most Popular Dog Names and Why We Love Them posted at Dazzle Dog Delight Blogs.

Traveling Blog presents Doggie Sit-Ups posted at Pets Center Blog.

Pet News

Susan Howe presents 12 Independently Wealthy Pets posted at Welcome to the Insure.com Insurance Blog: Life Insurance, Health Insurance and Car Insurance news and opinions, saying, “Some pets have more money than you do. Here are some of the world’s 12 independently wealth pets.”

Jill Wilson presents My Foster Home For Dogs posted at All About Jilly and Her Stuff.

Tina Marconi presents 50 Terrific Tips (& Tricks) for DIY Pet Grooming posted at Vet Tech, saying, “Pets who are regularly groomed tend to have a healthier and shinier coat because it stimulates the blood supply to the skin. Taking even just one pet to the groomer can have an all too human price tag. Stay ahead of the game by performing many of the simpler tasks at home.”

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