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Is your dog FAST? Back by popular demand after 20+ years, this Saturday, January 13th 2021, Palm Beach Kennel Club is bringing back the “Mutt Derby” where your dog can be a racing star for the day!

The day will be filled with lots of activities for the family, a pet parade with the National Anthem, live entertainment, a dog costume contest, and trackside BBQ.

All proceeds will benefit Awesome Greyhound Adoptions, Greyhound Pet Adoption SE Florida, and Greyhound Support Transport.

A limited number of entries will be accepted, no professional racing dogs or aggressive breeds may be entered, and all dogs/owners must be registered and agree to rules in advance by going here:

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Pictured: PBSO Sergeant Bert Gaudreau , Jupiter Realtor Rob Thomson, PBSO Deputy Carlos Aguero

Jupiter Realtor Rob Thomson of Waterfront Properties is teaming up with Big Dog Ranch Rescue to send some love this holiday season to our heroes in green and blue!

The next 100 law enforcement officers who adopt a dog or puppy will have their adoption fees fully paid by Thomson.

Rob is an advocate for pet adoption, and has even adopted a dog from Big Dog Ranch himself, "Rex", who can be seen brightening the lives of employees at Waterfront Properties & Club Communities daily. 

We invite you to visit BDRR.ORG to find a new furry friend, and bring your law enforcement ID to the ranch to adopt the newest member of your family at no cost to you!

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There is only a few remaining Dog Beaches in the State of Florida and Jupiter is home to the only one in Palm Beach County. The Town of Jupiter adopted the policy and idea to allow dogs on the beach in 1989. Today, the dog beach has stretched to over 2.5 miles along the sandy shoreline.

The Jupiter Dog Beach stretches from Carlin Park beach marker #57 south to Marcinski Road beach marker #25. In the designated dog beach area, dogs are permitted to roam freely, and dogs must be supervised at all times.

The Dog Beach is open from sunrise to sunset. The Town of Jupiter has a set of rules they would like everyone to follow when bringing your pet to the beach. Being able to bring your dog to the beach is a privilege and The Friends of Jupiter provides

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Houseplants add a lushness and splash of organic color to any room. However, many species can be toxic to cats and dogs who may decide to munch on a leaf or two. Luckily, there are a few plants that can add beauty to your home without posing a threat to man’s best friend. These houseplants are safe for cats and dogs according to the ASPCA, but since the consumption of any plant material may cause vomiting and gastrointestinal upset, it's still best to keep all houseplants out of reach.  

Spider Plant


Calathea or Prayer Plant


Polka Dot Plant


Moth Orchid


Parlor Palm


Lipstick Plant


Friendship Plant


Christmas Cactus


Air Plant


African Violet

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  The Paws and Reels Fishing Tournament this past weekend involved more than just fishing. It raised money for Amber's Animal Outreach, and was a celebration of man's best friend as people from Northern Palm Beach County brought their rescue pups along for the festivities. Here are a few of our favorite dogs in attendance, as captured by photographer Michael O'Malley.
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This past weekend, Waterfront Properties was lucky enough to sponsor the Paws and Reels Fishing Tournament to fundraise for Amber’s Animal Outreach. Over 30 other companies sponsored or donated raffle gifts, and 20 boats registered for the first annual tournament.

Last Thursday, fishing teams and supporters gathered while Rob "The Fly" Navarro and Tournament Director Lacey Hagler went over rules and regulations, and a captain’s dinner was provided by Sailfish Marina.

On Saturday, boats fished from lines in at 6:30 am until scales closed at 2:30 pm in search of the biggest dolphin they could find. Team “Lunatico” earned first place with a 16 pounder caught by Judge Moss, Luke Rinehart aboard “Drink Like A Fish” won second place dolphin at 8.8

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While the Summer heat is a welcome guest for many South Florida residents, our pets may not feel the same way. If you have a fury dog breed or one that is not naturally used to living and playing in hotter, more humid weather, you have to monitor him or her to ensure they do not get overheated. In addition to paying attention to your dogs’ behavior, here are some other tips on how to help your dog stay cool this Summer.

Leave the A/C On

It's tempting to turn off your air conditioning when you leave the house to save money, but your pets will need it while you're out. Ideally, you should keep shades drawn to keep the house from heating up too much, particularly windows that get full sun, so your pets will be safe and cool indoors. If you don't

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A silver lining in the coronavirus pandemic is the number of rescue animals that have been adopted throughout South Florida. Dogs at one of Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control's kennels have a big reason to smile and wag their tails right now.

For the first time in the shelter's history, they all got new homes during the coronavirus pandemic.

"An incredible and joyful thing happened today. For the first time in the history of Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control, we have completely emptied one of our three dog kennels," the shelter wrote on Facebook.

According to local news station WTHR, The Kennel Two staff celebrated in the empty housing unit -- all 48 double-sided units empty.

Shelter staff thanked the community and their

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Just because you need to socially distance yourself from other people, doesn’t mean you can’t spend time with your dog. Here are some of the best dog parks in the Palm Beaches.

Pooch Pines

This park, designed for off-leash recreation, is fenced and features several areas, including a wash station, shade, benches, and fountains.

Location: Eshleman Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33413

Cinquez Park

Cinquez Park is located immediately north of the intersection on Indiantown Road and Center Street at 2183 West Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Florida. In 2008. Cinquez is a new park, the construction of which was finished just this year. It’s Jupiter’s first dog park and sits on 13 acres.

Location: 2183 W Indiantown Rd, Jupiter, FL 33458


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Leaving the house without my dog is probably the most guilt-inducing part of my day. When she realizes I’m leaving, she flashes those sad puppy dog eyes hoping I change my mind. It’s the worst! The good news is, we live in a place where most people love dogs, and besides dog-friendly restaurants and bars, Palm Beach County has a few dog-friendly beaches and sandbars! It may be easy to bring them along, but besides obeying posted rules in the area, dogs do need a little special attention in order to make sure you both have tons of comfortable fun in the sun!

Here are a few tips for caring for your dog at the beach:

  1. Before heading outside, remember that dogs’ skin sunburns just like humans do. Anywhere they have skin exposed, short hair, white

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