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COVID can’t curtail canine caregivers: Granite Staters still treating their dogs to play time

One area at home that hasn’t taken a hit has been how pets are treated. As the saying goes, they are part of the family. And thus, doggy daycare has not skipped a beat for one’s four-legged friend. While there have been a couple of hiccups – like when practically all non-essential businesses closed in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic – pet owners have continued to send Man’s Best Friend for a day or two of romping, slobbering and napping with their best friends, both human and canine. READ MORE

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COVID puppies: After surge in adoptions, pet surrenders spiking

“When owners are surrendering their dogs, a lot of times they are calling us in a last-ditch, desperate mode,” Andrews said. “They’ve known for two months that they need to surrender and have tried all other options. Some have to move and others don’t want to deal with training or socializing them and then their dog is like a terribly behaved teenager, and they don’t want that.” READ MORE