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Boy sells his pokemon cards to save his dog

You know I love a good boy and his dog story, well just about the only thing a boy may love about as much as his dog is his pokemon cards.  Bryson Kliemann’s Pokémon card collection is his most prized possession. But the 8-year-old boy from Lebanon, Va., decided to sell it to save his dog’s life. When Bryson learned that the 4-month-old puppy, Bruce, needed an expensive medical treatment to survive, he knew he had to do something. “Bruce got sick and needed my help,” Bryson said. “I was super sad. I didn’t want to lose my best friend.” He hatched a plan to sell the beloved Pokémon card collection that he had been accumulating since he was 4...

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Jasmine the Greyhound

Poor Jasmine the Greyhound was a stray dog who was discovered alone, shaking, and starving in a locked garage. A cop had found her and brought the dog to a wildlife sanctuary where she was nursed back to health. The incredible thing about this story is that, unlike most abandoned and abused dogs, Jasmine was gentle and nurturing. As soon as she began to feel better, she immediately began helping other strays that came in feel better. She was a foster dog mother to puppies, kittens, foxes, chicks, Guinea pigs, bunnies, and even a deer during the better half of her life.  Fetched from fetchpetcare.com

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Play Outside for Your Health.

Spending time in the woods—a practice the Japanese call “forest bathing”—is strongly linked to lower blood pressure, heart rate and stress hormones and decreased anxiety, depression and fatigue. Scientists have repeatedly found that human anticancer natural killer cells significantly increase after walks in a forest.  Imagine the health benefit of a toboggan ride with your dog.   Fetched from Wall street journal

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Golden Retriever rescued by hikers after being stranded for two week

Neesha, an 8-year-old Golden Retriever, is one lucky dog. After spending over 2 weeks on her own without food or shelter, she was spotted by a couple while hiking.Two weeks earlier, Neesha’s owners had taken her for a hike, where she was startled by a deer. She took off running and never found her way back to her owners.After setting out baskets of unwashed laundry at the spot where she was seen last and using drones to search for her, the family began to accept that Neesha might be gone.That was until doctors Ciara Nolan and Jean Francois discovered the dog shivering in the snow. She didn’t have enough energy to stand, so they carried Neesha for the 6.2 mile...

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