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Zoe (Alaskan Husky) and Molly (Airedale Terrier) are fast friends, and have been from the day they met. Zoe is from Lucky Huskies Rescue and Molly is from SWAT-New Mexico. These two young girls play hard and sleep hard. ♥♥ ... See MoreSee Less

Zoe (Alaskan Husky) and Molly (Airedale Terrier) are fast friends, and have been from the day they met.  Zoe is from Lucky Huskies Rescue and Molly is from SWAT-New Mexico.  These two young girls play hard and sleep hard.  ♥♥

Grooming instructions for you or your groomer. ... See MoreSee Less

Grooming instructions for you or your groomer.

 

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thank you for this post it really helps.

Thank you for this!

If you want to print this out, this link to a copy on Pinterest might work better. i.pinimg.com/originals/ea/6e/b3/ea6eb3a39da8d66569f878172751ee87.jpg

Isabel had her first Dock Dive lesson today at Splash Town! "AIRE dale!" Weeeeeeee! (The turtle cracks me up!)

Jen
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Isabel had her first Dock Dive lesson today at Splash Town! AIRE dale!   Weeeeeeee! (The turtle cracks me up!)

Jen

 

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Matthew Bataille

Update: Sweet Daisy gained her angel wings 8/20/2018. ♥

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Daisy and her brother, Romeo

Daisy is in the last stages of renal failure, but still smiling. Her family has started new support herbs for kidney as she will not take another pill and will try twice a day SQ hydration. Keep Daisy and her family in your thoughts. 💕
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Update:  Sweet Daisy gained her angel wings 8/20/2018.  ♥

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Daisy and her brother, Romeo 

Daisy is in the last stages of renal failure, but still smiling.  Her family has  started new support herbs for kidney as she will not take another pill and will try twice a day SQ hydration.  Keep Daisy and her family in your thoughts.  💕

 

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Love and prayers to Daisy and her family.😘🙏

I know this pain 2 times over. Hugs to you all!

Aire Zen and airehugs to Miss Daisy and Romeo, so she can enjoy her hoomans and her airebro Romeo in comfort and love!

Prayers for your sweet Daisy...

Praying🙏🙏❤❤

Sending so much love and prayers to Daisy and her family.

prayers for Daisy

💝

Oh sweet Daisy my prayers are with you😢💕

Sending you positive thoughts and prayers 🐾🙏🏻🐾 Love your smile& strength 🐾♥️🐾

Prayers 🙏❤️

We are sad to report Miss Daisy got her Angel Wings. When you look at the sky tonight she will be the brightest star. Thank you to Saul, Lina, Eve and Claire for giving this sweet girl her true forever home after she was dumped her at a shelter at the age of ten and for giving her all your love these last three years. ♥ Fly high, run free, Miss Daisy. The other Rosin AireAngels were there to greet you and show you all the best places to hunt.

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Murphy (SWAT Adoptee) and Maisie Kelly. Murphy is slowing down; but he still enjoys going on short walks morning and evening. Maisie needs more exercise than Murphy, so we take her on a two mile walk in the morning and a little extra in the evening too. Maisie loves Murphy and I think that Murphy likes to have her around - although sometimes she is too much for him. He will be 12 in October and he has the aches and pains of older age. ... See MoreSee Less

Murphy (SWAT Adoptee) and Maisie Kelly.  Murphy is slowing down; but he still enjoys going on short walks morning and evening.  Maisie needs more exercise than Murphy, so we take her on a two mile walk in the morning and a little extra in the evening too.  Maisie loves Murphy and I think that Murphy likes to have her around - although sometimes she is too much for him.  He will be 12 in October and he has the aches and pains of older age.

 

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Beautiful

These guys are gorgeous!

Awesome couple

These two look like the best kind of "trouble"

they are like our two, an 11 1/2 yr old male and a 5 yr old female. best friends. she has a load more energy, of course, but she's keeping the big boy young!!

That is like Chief (13) and Maggie (2 1/2). Sometimes she is just to much for him.

Très beaux chiens

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Update from Carrie Deak on Luna and Cookie, two sisters in their new home. ... See MoreSee Less

Update from Carrie Deak on Luna and Cookie, two sisters in their new home.Image attachment

 

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The picture of contentment

I would say they made themselves right at home

Good news

Signs of Stress in a Dog by Cheryl Silver ... See MoreSee Less

Poppy (1) and Timmy (12.5) ♥ ... See MoreSee Less

Poppy (1) and Timmy (12.5) ♥

 

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We have six piggies 😰😰😰

August 15 is Check the Chip Day

Microchips greatly increase the chances that pets will be reuinted with their families if they are lost or stolen…but a microchip only works if its registration information is accurate.

1. Get your Pet Scanned

You can do this for free at a veterinary office, animal shelter and some pet stores. Call ahead to make sure the establishment can scan your pet using a universal scanner (one that reads all chip frequencies), so the chip isn’t missed.

2. Check the Chip

If a chip is detected, copy down the number and look it up at

www.aaha.org/pet_owner/about_aaha/microchip_lookup_tool/default.aspx

3. No Chip? Microchip!

If a chip is not detected, get your pet microchipped right then and there! Most veterinary offices and pet shelters will insert a microchip for a nominal fee. Make sure to get a copy of your pet’s microchip paperwork, which contains your pet’s unique microchip number. Think of this number like a social security number. Keep it in a safe place so you can find it again if you need it.

4. Register… Today!

Are you ready? This is the most important step! Register your pet’s microchip number as soon as possible, Contrary to popular belief, a microchip is not a GPS device – it won’t tell you the location of your pet should he or she get lost. The chip has to correlate with information in a database to be useful. The database in this instance is a chip registry, where you will enter your contact information under your pet’s unique microchip number. This way, if your pet is lost without external ID, he can be scanned at a vet clinic or shelter and traced back to you as the guardian.

5. Don’t Forget to Update

Remember to update your contact information in the chip registry every time you move or change your phone number. This is why you should keep your pet’s microchip paperwork in a safe place you’ll remember. You’ll want to be found easily should someone scan your lost pet’s microchip and want to return him or her to you!

6. Don’t Forget to ID

Having your pet microchipped is just one step in keeping your pet safe if he or she is ever lost. The other equally important step is keeping an external ID on your pet at all times. If your pet escapes your care, the first place a Good Samaritan will look is on your pet’s collar. Make sure your pet’s tag is up to date with your current phone number. Make sure if you move, you update it right away. You don’t even have to get fancy with this. A fabric collar with your phone number written on it in permanent marker will do in a pinch.

While microchipping is a great affordable tool that helps lost pets, it does require a little work and upkeep on the part of pet owners. Keeping your chip information up to date will ensure that if your furry BFF gets lost, they’ll have a better chance of being reunited with you. So, don’t forget to check your chip. Your pet would thank you for it if they could!
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August 15 is Check the Chip Day

Microchips greatly increase the chances that pets will be reuinted with their families if they are lost or stolen…but a microchip only works if its registration information is accurate.

1. Get your Pet Scanned

You can do this for free at a veterinary office, animal shelter and some pet stores. Call ahead to make sure the establishment can scan your pet using a universal scanner (one that reads all chip frequencies), so the chip isn’t missed.

2. Check the Chip

If a chip is detected, copy down the number and look it up at

https://www.aaha.org/pet_owner/about_aaha/microchip_lookup_tool/default.aspx

3. No Chip? Microchip!

If a chip is not detected, get your pet microchipped right then and there! Most veterinary offices and pet shelters will insert a microchip for a nominal fee. Make sure to get a copy of your pet’s microchip paperwork, which contains your pet’s unique microchip number. Think of this number like a social security number. Keep it in a safe place so you can find it again if you need it.

4. Register… Today!

Are you ready? This is the most important step! Register your pet’s microchip number as soon as possible, Contrary to popular belief, a microchip is not a GPS device – it won’t tell you the location of your pet should he or she get lost. The chip has to correlate with information in a database to be useful. The database in this instance is a chip registry, where you will enter your contact information under your pet’s unique microchip number. This way, if your pet is lost without external ID, he can be scanned at a vet clinic or shelter and traced back to you as the guardian.

5. Don’t Forget to Update

Remember to update your contact information in the chip registry every time you move or change your phone number. This is why you should keep your pet’s microchip paperwork in a safe place you’ll remember. You’ll want to be found easily should someone scan your lost pet’s microchip and want to return him or her to you!

6. Don’t Forget to ID

Having your pet microchipped is just one step in keeping your pet safe if he or she is ever lost. The other equally important step is keeping an external ID on your pet at all times. If your pet escapes your care, the first place a Good Samaritan will look is on your pet’s collar. Make sure your pet’s tag is up to date with your current phone number. Make sure if you move, you update it right away. You don’t even have to get fancy with this. A fabric collar with your phone number written on it in permanent marker will do in a pinch.

While microchipping is a great affordable tool that helps lost pets, it does require a little work and upkeep on the part of pet owners. Keeping your chip information up to date will ensure that if your furry BFF gets lost, they’ll have a better chance of being reunited with you. So, don’t forget to check your chip. Your pet would thank you for it if they could!

Casey rocking the doggles after her laser session. ... See MoreSee Less

Casey rocking the doggles after her laser session.

 

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Laser, what for?

Sparta rocks them too...10 weeks ago she had CCL surgery. In addition to cold laser, she also walks on and underwater treadmill...amazing how these treatments have helped her rehabilitation.

Miss Daisy Maldonado aire-ing it all out!

"A sum-dried Daisy after her bath."
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Miss Daisy Maldonado aire-ing it all out!

A sum-dried Daisy after her bath.

 

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Work it girl

I know this pose all to well.

Oh la position cool

Happy 8th Birthday to Socks Peters!

"Celebrating Sock's birthday today. 8 yrs young. Took a longer hike with him and were rewarded with a deer and Osprey crossing our path."
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Happy 8th Birthday to Socks Peters!

Celebrating Socks birthday today. 8 yrs young. Took a longer hike with him and were rewarded with a deer and Osprey crossing our path.

 

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Happy BarkiDay, Socks!

Happy birthday.

Happy birthday Sock have a great year.

He's beautiful

Happy Birthday Socks!

Beautiful boy. Do you know where he came from?

Très beau pour ses 8 ans

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Daisy embracing her daily SQ hydration. She gets so many extra cuddles while iv is running it might be her favorite time of day. ... See MoreSee Less

Daisy embracing her daily SQ hydration. She gets so many extra cuddles while iv is running it might be her favorite time of day.

 

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Good for her! My first Airedale became very sick and had to have 2 IV’s daily for a week. She got lots of attention and lovies for staying still. Good for you to do this for your girl. Take care and hope she’s better soon!

Update from Texas -- PUPPIES!

Hi Everyone, More news for the Texas 11 +. We have puppies! unfortunately not as many as we thought we had. Allie the Airedoodle had a litter of 6 surviving puppies. Mom and babies are doing great with great diversity in puppy colors, 2 solid black, 2 Airedale colored, 1 light brown and 1 sable colored. Cassie (aka Blue Bell) delivered early, and she had extremely small puppies all under 6 ounces (the average size for an Airedale puppy is 7-9 ounces). She has 5 puppies that are exhibiting that terrier tenacity and trying their best to thrive. Blue Bell's foster Mom has been amazing thru all of this and with the help of Carol Scott is giving these tiny puppies the best possible care. Add them to your prayers tonite.Hi Everyone, More news for the Texas 11 +. We have puppies! unfortunately not as many as we thought we had. Allie the Airedoodle had a litter of 6 surviving puppies. Mom and babies are doing great with great diversity in puppy colors, 2 solid black, 2 Airedale colored, 1 light brown and 1 sable colored. Cassie (aka Blue Bell) delivered early, and she had extremely small puppies all under 6 ounces (the average size for an Airedale puppy is 7-9 ounces). She has 5 puppies that are exhibiting that terrier tenacity and trying their best to thrive. Blue Bell's foster Mom has been amazing thru all of this and with the help of Carol Scott is giving these tiny puppies the best possible care. Add them to your prayers tonite.
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Update from Texas -- PUPPIES!

Hi Everyone, More news for the Texas 11 +. We have puppies! unfortunately not as many as we thought we had. Allie the Airedoodle had a litter of 6 surviving puppies. Mom and babies are doing great with great diversity in puppy colors, 2 solid black, 2 Airedale colored, 1 light brown and 1 sable colored. Cassie (aka Blue Bell) delivered early, and she had extremely small puppies all under 6 ounces (the average size for an Airedale puppy is 7-9 ounces). She has 5 puppies that are exhibiting that terrier tenacity and trying their best to thrive. Blue Bells foster Mom has been amazing thru all of this and with the help of Carol Scott is giving these tiny puppies the best possible care. Add them to your prayers tonite.Image attachment

 

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Trop mimi j adore

My Crimson had twelve!

💜🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏💜

awww, puppy breath! Congrats!

Daisy is exploring all low protein food options: cheerios with almond milk. ... See MoreSee Less

Daisy is exploring all low protein food options: cheerios with almond milk.

 

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Now she can have same breakfast as kids:)

Il mange quoi la ?

She's a lovely Daisy...cheers!

What girl doesn’t enjoy a lovely day at the spa? Nails done, ears clean, a nice clip, and smells really good.

Beautiful Miss Molly Hostetler
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What girl doesn’t enjoy a lovely day at the spa?  Nails done, ears clean, a nice clip, and smells really good.

Beautiful Miss Molly Hostetler

 

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My boy has a black spot on his tongue too! Is that an Airedale trait?

She is beautiful.

Gorgeous dahling!

Laura Elizabeth Tate

Beautiful!

Miss Molly, you look maaaavolous! ❤️❤️

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