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Saturday, July 24, started out as just another day in the park for Chestnut Hill resident Anthony Stover. As he did every Saturday at 8 a.m., he brought Biscuit, his 7-month-old mini–Australian Shepherd, to Pastorius Park. Biscuit was playing with about six other dogs when he suddenly started to squeal. more
He can be found in Pastorius Park, chasing after his ball, or on a two-mile hike in the Wissahickon. Paralysis in his two back legs has not slowed him at all. more
Sunday, August 8th, it’s time to pamper your fur baby or feathered friend at Petapalooza, the area’s biggest pet play date! more
The Montgomery County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has received an $80,591.05 grant  from the Arthur E. Pflaumer Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation. more
Fairmount Bark provides boarding for a night or a week or two; day care, including day care home visits by staff members; bathing; and all grooming services except for hair cutting. more
During the pandemic, taking care of a dog proved to be a great way of coping. In appreciation to dogs for helping us get through this difficult year, we’re starting “Citizen … more
Cat lover Calla Knopman with her cat, Nicky, in 2012. by Len Lear In her day job, Calla Knopman is a “data integration practitioner” for The Hackett Group in Conshohocken, which provides digital … more
Joe’s portraits are so realistic that they look like photographs, as you can see from this portrait of his dog, Malia.[/caption] by Len Lear Rosemary Brewer (nee Rakestraw), 68, lives now off of … more
Linda Poley, of Maple Glen, and her dog, Schemer, at last year’s Bark for Life. (Photo by Greg Mitchell)[/caption] by Jodi Benjamin On Saturday morning, Oct. 12, Fort Washington State Park will be … more
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