Flagstaff Sedona Dog Magazine
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Happy Valentine’s Day to all of our loyal readers! Remember your pets on this day with all of the love they give us every day of their lives.
We are tackling another serious rescue issue in this edition. In past editions we have brought you news about the ongoing abuse and neglect of the Havasupai horses and rez dogs. Our current Cover Story is about the efforts of the Tuba City Humane Society to save the helpless rez animals left to starve, unwanted and alone. Writer Jacqueline Vaughn brings us this story, as she did the previous articles. Many of our Northern Arizona rescue organizations are helping with this dilemma. We must keep this issue in the forefront of the news.
Along that line, we bring you the continuing story of Duke, a Havasupai horse rescued by Wildhorse Ranch Rescue (see Flagstaff-Sedona Dog Cover Story Aug-Sept 2016). Read about his successful adoption and continuing road to recovery in “Rescue News”, written by his adoptive mom, Deb Ricketts.
Our “Business Spotlight” highlights our own sponsor, Camping World of Flagstaff. Traveling with your dog? They’ve got that covered! Learn about all of the equipment they carry to make your travels with a pet more comfortable. Whether you want to purchase an RV, repair your coach, or add equipment and accessories, our local Camping World is the place to go for knowledgeable help and service.
Looking for a weekend away, or a nearby “staycation”? You can find the perfect spot in our “Travels with Pets” article about our own Sedona. Travel writer Stacey Wittig has found wonderful places to take your family and your dog for some much-needed relaxation.
While in Sedona, you can visit the Sedona Military Service Park, honoring all who serve our country. A bronze military dog statue was unveiled there at the end of last year. Presented by local residents Alan and Linda Brecher, the life-size Belgian Malinois represents and honors U.S. military dogs and their brave service. Read the story in “Doggie News From Around the World”.
As I write this, we are in the middle of a snowstorm throughout most of Northern Arizona. Stay warm, be safe, and enjoy some winter fun with your dogs. Our Huskies are loving it!
You had me at WOOF!
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