The Water Bowl: N.Y.C. Carriage Horse That Collapsed Had Ulcer

N.Y.C. Carriage Horse That Collapsed Had Ulcer
Matthew Miller/Polaris

11/02/2011 12:00PM

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The carriage horse that collapsed and died on a New York City street had been suffering from a chronic ulcer and a fractured tooth at the time of his death. The 15-year-old horse, named Charlie, had only been working as a carriage horse for a few weeks. –ASPCA

A 3½-year-old boxer from Georgia woke his owner and alerted the man of a fire in their house, but the dog did not make it out of the house alive. The dog's devastated owner credits the pup with saving his life. –Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Can animals and humans help each other heal? At the Gentle Barn, a unique facility in California, abused farm animals get rehabilitated and interact with people who are facing challenges of their own. –New York Times



A National Zoo employee has been found guilty of attempted cruelty to animals after security cameras caught her poisoning stray cats. She had been working at the National Zoo's Migratory Bird Center. –Washington Post

Leaving your pet at a kennel while you travel over the holidays? You may have to get with the times and check your furball into a pet resort, hotel or day spa. All the cool pets are doing it! –AP

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