Dogs Are Banned From Lambert’s Cove Beach
Will Sennott
Dogs will not be allowed on Lambert’s Cove Beach for the remainder of the pandemic, the West Tisbury board of health announced Friday.
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Picking a Puppy Is Heart and Science
Arnie Reisman
When someone comes to the house with a four-legged fur-friend, we melt into mezzo-soprano cooing and wooing.
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Rescue Mission: Canine Cargo Arrives by Sea
Phyllis Meras

Four Vineyard-bound rescue dogs had a three-day, two-night cruise from Bermuda to Port Elizabeth, N.J. last week.

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Dog Wild
Featherstone’s first gallery show of the new year is a feast for four legs.
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One Good Dog Deserves Another
Glynis Hart
Susan Wilson’s new novel, Two Good Dogs, follows more developments in the life of Adam March and his battle-scarred pitbull, Chance, who were first introduced in her bestseller One Good Dog.
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When a Dog Park Is Actually an Airstrip
Heather Hamacek

The scene at Trade Wind Fields Preserve is like most dog parks, but the Oak Bluffs spot is actually an air field and protected land bank property.

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Best in Moe, Vineyard Dog Has Merit
Dave Crisanti

Moe (not his full name), Vineyard resident and recent first time father, snuck away from his lady friend Onya and their nonuplets for a little action in New York city on Valentine’s Day.

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Vineyard Dogs Will Compete at Westminster
Sara Brown
An Edgartown rottweiler and a Cavalier King Charles spaniel from Vineyard Haven will be among 3,000 dogs competing next week in the 141st annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
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Dog Overboard: Nantucket Sound Rescue Is Team Effort
Heather Hamacek

A spaniel named Chesney was safe Monday after the captain of the Island Queen and the crew of a pleasure boat teamed up to save her from the waters of Nantucket Sound.

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Richness of Nature Found in the Eyes of a Dog
Edward Hoagland
A dog is not a slave, but a friend. It’s important to remember that its shorter life should be rich and full like ours.
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