Knock on wood that it never happens to you, but you want to be prepared if your dog gets loose and you can’t find him. You need to be prepared just in case this event ever takes place. We’ve prepared an emergency list of things you should do when you lose a dog.
Not all dogs need to have their ears cleaned. But others, especially those with floppy ears, need it done on a regular basis. Here are some important tips about how to properly clean dog ears, as well as some things you should never do.
By Rebecca Sweat
Does Bowser growl if you approach him while he is chewing on a bone? When strangers walk by your front yard, does Rover bark ferociously? How does Fido react when left home by himself - does he howl and whine? Behaviors such as protecting valued re-sources, defending territory and not want-ing to be alone are typical for dogs, but they are also common behaviors for wolves.
by Bob Kane
by Steve Bonta
Surging firearms sales after 9-11 briefly disarmed gun control efforts, but anti-gun lobbyists are now exploiting fears of terrorism to renew their attacks on the Second Amendment.
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by Robert W. Lee
The Second Amendment protects what is arguably the most important liberty of all, since it safeguards all other rights.
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
— Second Amendment
In a world where the "anti" groups are trying to protect us from everything from cigarette smoke to hormone enhanced food products, the loudest voice is still speaking up against firearms.
At this time almost half of all homes in the United States contain guns - close to 250 million guns, these homes contain about 58 million children age 14 and under.
With those numbers in hand the anti-gun groups would like you to believe that firearms accidents involving children are at an all time high. But the numbers don't lie.
BY CLIFF GROMER
I'm not a gun nut, but I'm also not an antigun nut. Strip away the emotions, passions and politics surrounding sporting handguns and long guns and you simply have a machine made for throwing round balls or pointy bullets.
Do TV News Anchormen Need Gun Education?
BY JIM WILSON
I’m really tired of the way television news readers—anchormen— portray guns as the great American evil. I can understand why anchorwomen object. Girls, as a rule, don't like guns. It is when the baritone voices express outrage at gun ownership that I find myself scratching my head.
I blame our education system.
"They laughed," she says. "But later, the same people were sitting in here crying. You don't know how you're going to feel until it happens to you."
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By Kathy Dobie