A Lifeguard Dog Is the Latest in Water Safety

A Newfoundland named Bruno patrols the Spanish beach in San Pedro del Pinatar.
Photo via nypost.com

A Spanish resort is testing out the idea of using dogs as lifeguards, after one of their human employees suggested that his Newfoundland could be of service. David Alvarez first tested. . .

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First Casts 07.31.14

The US Youth Fly Fishing Team is going for gold right now.
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“First Casts” is a regular feature that highlights great fly-fishing content from around the Web—from how-to articles, to photo essays, to interesting reads.

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Video: Peace of Mind

This video is a chronicling of my adventures thus far this summer. I’ve spent just about every single day on the water whether it be guiding guests at the C Lazy U Ranch, rafting on. . .

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Morris Animal Foundation: Cataracts in Dogs

As they age, dogs can develop cataracts, just like their humans
Photo by Morris Animal Foundation

Drug-Releasing Lenses Improve Sight for Dogs

As dogs age, many of them require cataract surgery. The surgery usually improves their quality of life, but some dogs experience persistent inflammation and they develop cloudiness over the eye, a condition known as posterior capsular opacification (PCO)….

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Video: The Rabbit and the Rio

In the San Luis Valley of south-central Colorado, the Rio Grande and many smaller streams offer great fly fishing for rainbows, browns, and Rio Grande cutthroats. These three anglers clearly had a great time exploring the region and. . .

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