Another dog shot and killed in Colorado Springs

elaine | March 9, 2011

For the second time in two weeks, a dog has been shot and killed in the City of Colorado Springs. This time around though; the shooting might not be legal. 
Police say a man called police  around 1pm after he shot a Pitbull with a .44 caliber handgun point blank in his yard in the 41-hundred [...]

More details come out in dog shooting

elaine | March 3, 2011

More details are coming out on the shooting of a dog last night in the northeast part of Colorado Springs.
This afternoon the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region held a press conference to talk about the incident. According to the investigators the both parties could face charges. Animal Cruelty for the man with the [...]

Dog fight ends in gunfire in Colorado Springs neighborhood

elaine | March 3, 2011

An evening walk in the northeast part of Colorado Springs last night ended with gunfire and a dead dog.
Colorado Springs Police say a man told them he was walking his Greyhound on El Camino Avenue around 5:30 last night when it was attacked by another very large leashed dog that broke away from its owner .
The [...]

A toast to wineries that help dogs!

elaine | April 12, 2010

 
  Dogs and wine, now how can you beat that combination?  I often enjoy a glass with my furry friends at my feet.  Now I tend to go for the Chardonnays and Rieslings because, well I like them better, but also when my dogs’ tails send a glass flying across the room clean up is a [...]

The results are in, but the pictures are not.

elaine | November 9, 2009

Well the Southern Kennel Club Dog Show is over… It was a pretty fun weekend over all, but not my best from a competitive standpoint.  First the Greyhound I was supposed to show broke his toe and couldn’t show, then my Bernese Mountain Dog puppy had a hormonal panic attack and I decided to pull [...]

Go Biddy, Go! The secret of the pet Greyhound.

elaine | October 12, 2009

When I was a little kid my grandparents owned a Greyhound kennel.  In those days Greyhounds weren’t even considered as pets, they were trained to “kill” and therefore when they didn’t run and were not used as breeding stock, they were usually put to sleep.  While most people never had them as pets, my grandparents [...]