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The Dog Blog is a community of ordinary dog lovers who have come together to discuss our extraordinary dogs. Each Monday, a new topic is introduced. If you've got an opinion, share it. If not, look for the current "anything goes" topic and introduce a discussion of your own. On Fridays, weigh in about your training questions and successes.
Your host: Mike Lewis is a little-dog nerd and the proud owner of Eddie and Jillian, a pair of Yorkies who think they're huskies, and Lucy, a sweet Chessie. R.I.P., Rusty. Contact mlewis@adn.com

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AACCC Adoption of the Week: Meet Rudy - 1/2/2013 4:14 pm

Take extra precaution with dogs on New Year's - 12/31/2012 11:58 am

Friday training talk -- what's up with your pack? - 12/28/2012 11:09 am

AACCC Adoption of the Week: Meet Chris K - 12/27/2012 12:27 pm

AACCC Adoption of the Week: Meet Chip

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Here's Anchorage Animal Care and Control's Adoption of the Week, courtesy of Brooke Taylor, AACCC public relations coordinator.

Here is Chip, an adult, neutered male, pit bull mix. Active, playful, very friendly and eager to please, Chip sits nicely for his treats and takes them gently. He's attentive and intelligent, enjoys interacting with people, and likes to learn. He also enjoys balls and rope to play with. Very personable and good-looking guy --- a fine all-around companion! Chip can be adopted for $72, as he is already neutered, which includes his MOA dog license, vaccinations, and microchip. Call 343-8122 for more information.

Chip and SantaChip and Santa

Adoption update: Timber is still available. Pumpkin and Muskrat have both been adopted.

Be sure to check out AACCC's Facebook page and blog.

Anchorage Animal Care and Control

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