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Wag N' Wash founders Dan Remus, left, and Jef Strauss. Courtesy photo
Eric Melvin and "Angelyne the Amazing Deaf Cattle Dog" return as featured presenters at the Colorado Springs Pet Expo, April 27-29. Courtesy Ariane Delafosse, DelaFoto: Elegant Pet Photography.
Of 229 registered pets living on campus at Eckerd, 132 are cats or dogs. MUST CREDIT: Eckerd College.
An African lion licks its cub at the Smithsonian's National Zoo. Cats spend lots of time licking their fur with their scratchy tongues, but getting clean isn't the only purpose. MUST CREDIT: Mehgan Murphy, Smithsonian Institution
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A combination of fire drill training and having a home security system may have saved Angela Campbell's dogs when she left the house and left food burning on the stove. Every week, Campbell trains her dogs with a fire alarm to head out the dog door when they hear the alarm and it paid off that one day. One of her four dogs, Dash, heads out of the doggy door when the alarm sounds as Campbell demonstrates their skills on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
Air Force veteran Adrianna Ruark practices commands with her service dog, Crockett, during a daily training in the K9s for Warriors program in Florida. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Kile Brewer for The Washington Post.