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How to Share YouTube Videos in an Article

To share a YouTube video in an article / post, follow these steps: 1. Go to Home and click on "Write an Article" in the main Welcome screen.   2. Select the Category applicable to your video. Most videos are categorized under "Fun Videos", "Community News", "Rescue" or "Adoption", but select the Category that best suites your video. Next, enter your video's title. Then, click on the filmstrip icon in the Body Text toolbar. A...
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I need heroes!

Hello everyone. I have just discovered DogHeirs and am so glad I did! Last Easter Sunday Ray my husband drove a 12 hour round trip to collect a Spanish Greyhound (Galga) from the French rescue organisation www.levriers-sans-frontieres.com here in France. My Galga girl Jess is a gentle, trusting and funny dog and our rescue Saluki Jack was hooked from the very first time Jess batted her lashes at him! Although I grew up with English Greyhounds...
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Thousands abandoned Animals in Indonesia Need Help

  The 8,530-foot-high (2,600-meter-high) Sinabung volcano has been erupting since September 2013. Even though the volcano has been active for several months, local authorities have confirmed that the eruptions are intensifying. Today +30.000 people are displaced from their village, we glad so far many help come around to make sure refugee get nice treatment, eat well  and stay safe, but its different stories to the animals they left behind in the village, as for today only one...
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howards last day

I woke up in the morning of October 13th to let the dogs outside for a while.  When I opened the door for them to come in Howard had difficulty getting up the stairs.  It seemed like his back legs where giving out on him.  When Howard was 2 he decided it would be a good idea to give all the dogs treats.  Well he succeeded except it wasn't treats, it was rat poisoning.  Since...
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Franco's wagging tale with IVDD

Hi My name is Anamaria Goga & I have a 2 ½ year old chiweenie (Chihuahua daschund mix) named Franco. He is a loving sweet dog. Since he was a baby he has brightened everyone’s day.  He loves his sister (a king yorkie) Farrah like no other.Franco doesn’t discriminate, his  first best friend is a half Siamese cat named Mani.   On 11/17/13 I woke up to my baby boy dragging his hind legs. 2...
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Our Guido Needs Complicated Surgery

The news came out of left field. We thought he had a typical tummy bug which isn't unusual with doxies. Took him to the vet for antibiotics and found out he has two tumors and a nodule. He needs surgery right away to remove a tumor on his stomach, remove his spleen and remove a nodule on his liver. This is absolutely the last thing we ever expected to hear. We've never missed a vet...
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Sgt. Stubby

It's not just soldiers and veterans who deserve recognition on Memorial Day. Their canine counterparts are often equally brave, said Kathleen Golden, associate curator in the Division of Armed Forces History at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. "These dogs are fearless and they are saving a lot of soldiers' lives," she said. "They are four-legged soldiers and they should receive as many accolades as the two-legged ones." Ms. Golden helped put...
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Lost and stolen Medical Service Dog!

Have you seen Rosie? Female Shetland Sheepdog mahogany sable? White legs and half collar? Rosie was my dog trained for medical service. She was left with a friend out of state while I moved and recovered from serious illness. (The friend was able to use her for her service dog during this time.) She was nearing her heat cycle and was to come back to my new place the 15th of the Month. However my...
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How Could You ?

When I was a puppy, I entertained you with my antics and made you laugh. You called me your child, and despite a number of chewed shoes and a couple of murdered throw pillows, I became your best friend. Whenever I was "bad," you'd shake your finger at me and ask "How could you?"- but then you'd relent and roll me over for a bellyrub. My housebreaking took a little longer than expected, because you...
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How to Share YouTube Videos in an Article

To share a YouTube video in an article / post, follow these steps: 1. Go to Home and click on "Write an Article" in the main Welcome screen.   2. Select the Category applicable to your video. Most videos are categorized under "Fun Videos", "Community News", "Rescue" or "Adoption", but select the Category that best suites your video. Next, enter your video's title. Then, click on the filmstrip icon in the Body Text toolbar. A...
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BarQR FAQ

Welcome to the DogHeirs BarQR FAQ. Common questions regarding BarQR products are listed below. For general support and help questions please visit our Help page.   General Information on BarQRs What are QR codes?QR codes are 2-dimensional "Quick Response" barcodes that contain encoded Internet-based information that can be scanned by mobile devices, such as smart phones. BarQR codes link to web pages for DogHeirs' canine profiles where your dog's information can be viewed online. What...
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