Woman’s will states her dog should be killed, buried with her… or sent to …
Article from fox13now.com:
AURORA, Ind. – A woman who recently died wrote in her will her dog must be buried with her… or sent to an animal shelter in Utah.
The issue is her German Shepherd, Bella, is still very much alive.
According to WCPO, Connie Lay died Nov. 25 and her attorney, Doug Denmure, said Lay stated in her last will and testament she wanted her dog to be euthanized, cremated and its ashes combined with hers.
However, the will allows for an out; the dog may also be sent to Best Friends Animal Society in Utah.
But, she said if that endeavor prov…………………continues on fox13now.com
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‘Dogs in Cars’ captures joys of being a dog
Article from Houston Chronicle:
For many dogs, happiness is a car ride.
You can watch their delight as their ears flap in the wind; noses inhaling a symphony of smells.
Los Angeles photojournalist Lara Jo Regan captures this simple pleasure in her new book, “Dogs in Cars” (Countryman Press, $ 19.95).
“I used to watch dogs hanging outside of car windows when I was in a traffic jam. It’s mood elevating to see how happy they are,” Regan said. “I call it pooch Prozac.”
To get the shots, Regan created a device made of hiking gear and photo supplies that suspends her by a harness outside of the car so she can snap dogs in their joy-ride wonderment.
She photographed dozens of dogs riding in cars, starting with pets of family members and friends. Then she turned to Craigslist for four-legged models, and she even scoped out Los Angeles dog parks. At one park underneath L.A.’s famous Hollywood sign, Regan approached dog owners in true Hollywood fashion: “‘I can make your dog a star,” she’d say jokingly.
But in reality, all of the dogs featured in her book are stars.
How to photograph your furry friend
Lara Jo Regan advises leaving it to a professional to snap photos of your furry friend hanging out of a car window – if in fact you allow your pet that potentially dang…………………continues on Houston Chronicle