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Can·i·dae

(kan'i-dē),
A family of the Carnivora including the dogs, coyotes, wolves, and foxes.
[L. canis, dog]
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If you are bringing a new canine family member into your home, careful introductions can set the stage for a successful future.
However, for women on-the-go, like me, this sport utility vehicle (SUV) is more of a life-saver that oozes comfort and safety as well as being large enough to lug around my large canine family of four (giant mum and dad, plus two puppies) as well as my future in-laws.
This chimp is now two and it's not yet clear how long he will be allowed to stay with his canine family.
Taking the dog for just one more walk, getting her to climb just one more set of stairs, quenching her insatiable thirst just one more time are the signs that the canine family is about to become larger.
But dogs don't live as long as cats or horses and when one of our beloved canine family members passed away, we would cry for days.
Cats have retractable claws, so if claws are present you're likely dealing with a member of the canine family. The exception would be if the cat is running and hunting, but that's unlikely if you're looking around a water source.
He's spent his professional life studying the coyote and more broadly "social carnivores" of the canine family.
How can this help us to critically analyze the recommendations about privileges for our canine family members?
Andersen's pet lodge has a staff of eight, including Lovella Tudor, to care for feline and canine family members.
Without the help of his canine family, Ivan would never have survived two winters in a city where temperatures can plummet to -30C.
"No one wants to think of euthanizing an otherwise healthy member of their canine family. Still, if you've done all you can reasonably do given the limits of your abilities and resources, and you've not been able to create a safe environment for your family and one of the dogs can't be rehomed, then euthanasia is not an inappropriate decision.
For the love of dogs, pet owners paid $10 to bring canine family members to My Furry Valentine, a fundraider for Greenhill Humane Society at the Fifth Street Public Market.

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