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The Ruff Report: Dogs feel no guilt about mishaving

Your dog has a "guilty look" on his face and you are certain your pet has misbehaved in some way, so you give him a stern warning while searching for evidence of the forbidden deed.

The Hunt of Her Life: A book about a rescue dog that will touch your heart

You check the trash barrel, look for creases on the bed spread and examine the latch on the food bin to see if your dog has gotten into some of those off-limits places, but you find no wrongdoing.

The Hunt of Her Life: A book about a rescue dog that will touch your heart


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The Hunt of Her Life is a nonfiction book about Samantha, an unwanted rescue dog who the author adopts at age 2. This beautifully designed full-color deluxe book, by longtime newspaper journalist Joseph A. Reppucci, contains more than 60 vibrant color photos of dogs to help illustrate the compelling and uplifting of Samantha - a pretty tricolor bird dog who uses her warm personality to win people over and build a new family after being put up for adoption by a hunter because she is gun-shy and afraid to hunt. Learn how she uses her special bonding abilities with people to help her eventually make a difficult, but successful, transition to family life.

Living Well with Your Dog: A series of short stories

Want a better life with your dog? MySetterSam.com's Living Well With Your Dog, a series of short stories for pet owners, is loaded with common-sense ideas to help make  life more fun, enjoyable and healthy for you and your dog. Find great tips about subjects such as: creating a comfortable lifestyle for you and your dog; making your home and environment safe; improving your pet's health and nutrition; choosing a pet sitter and veterinarian; and saving money on dog food, pet products, prescription drugs and pet insurance.

The Ruff Report: Here's a better way to feed your pet

You want to keep your pet healthy and free of stomach problems, so you feed your dog or cat a premium, natural, organic, fresh food or perhaps a prescription diet. But, your focus on the pet food itself may be misplaced since 40 percent of dogs and cats can still suffer from gastrointestinal problems such as stomach upset, vomiting and diarrhea regardless of the food they eat, according to a survey.


So an important consideration when feeding your dog or cat must include monitoring your pet's eating habits and lifestyle, a leading a veterinary nutritionist says.

The Ruff Report: Favorite dog pastime a leading cause of illness


Millions of dogs regularly play this seeming innocent and harmless game with their pet parents, but this favorite pastime is actually a leading cause of serious illness and injury, two leading veterinarians warn.


This time-honored tradition frequently results in dogs contracting serious infections, getting nasty puncture wounds and even becoming paralyzed or dying, they say in a report. This favorite pastime that puts your dog in harm's way is playing fetch with a stick.