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  1. Lauren says

    Hi, I just moved to Dallas from Chicago.. I have a golden retriever named Kashi. I was wondering if there are any dog yoga places around Dallas?

  2. Kathy says

    With the weather cooling down, it’s time we share dog friendly restaurants. Can we start a list? I vote Blackfinn in Addison as one of the best in town for food as well as being truly pet friendly and not just having a street side curb area your dog is allowed on. What is your favorite place to take your dog?

  3. Malane Rogers says

    Hi Yvonne! I love your site and service. Long time no see from the Andersen days! Let’s connect. Malane (Rogers)

  4. Wendy Golman says

    Yvonne, Wendy here (used to run Dallas Chihuahua Meetup, now with Chihuahua Rescue). Is there anyway someone can help me catch a dog? He is a small blondish yorkie/terrier mix (about 8-10 lbs) running loose in the Juliette Fowler Homes down on Abrams/Beacon St. I have been there 4 nights in a row with one of the elderly residents (who called Karen Hales, one of the CRT volunteers because at first she said the dog was a chihuahua) trying to gain his trust and leash him/get him into a kennel and to Parker Animal Clinic (where Karen is clinic manager). He has a schedule he keeps (woman feeds him at 5a and at 8p he comes to be fed again), and he stays in a garden that is locked during the day and at night (he can get through railings. The resident told me today that the facility will be calling the DAS on Monday to try to catch him. He is so skittish, but doesn’t bark. One problem is that the cafeteria people feed him (last night the woman stopped them from giving the dog a plate full of sausage (so bad), so the woman hasn’t made him totally dependent on her for food. He will take food from her hand but not from mine, but if she reaches for him he runs. He seems to love men, he goes up to each one he sees, follows the security guards around, but stays just out of reach, so they aren’t able to get a leash around his neck either. Last night I put 1/2 a benadryl in his food because he has been itching, just to give him some relief, and it seemed to help with the itching and calm him down some, and he layed on the blanket I had put down for him to sleep on and started to relax but as soon as I made a tiny movement with my foot he was on alert and then the security guard came by and he was out of there. It’s so frustrating, I don’t know what to do, I really don’t have any experience with this. Can someone help this woman and I catch the dog? I’ll be going back down there tonight (Friday) and probably tomorrow night

    • DallasDogLife says

      Hi Tekisha. I just added the Dallas Pet Expo this morning. We get our event descriptions from the online form that we have at the top of our home page, so thanks for bringing this up. Also, if you look under the Dog of the Week tab, you’ll see a form for submitting your dog. Thanks!

  5. Ashley says

    I just moved to Dallas from Chicago and I am looking for group classes for my 5 pound toy poodle around Uptown. I am also looking for a vet and dog yoga. Any suggestions? Thanks so much!

  6. Alison says

    My son is thinking of moving to Dallas with his beautiful 70 lb dog. Can anyone suggest apartments to check out that are large dog friendly?

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