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My Privacy Policy

Unless you somehow send me an email containing personal or sensitive information, I do NOT collect any personal or sensitive data from you.


If you do, somehow, send me an email with some amount of personal data, it is usually because you are asking a question or wanting to let me know something is not right or you have something to add to what is already on a particular page or you are suggesting new pages. In all these cases, I usually read your email and take action, or not. But once that decision is made on my part, your email is erased from my systems. I will not forward, give, sell, or otherwise transfer any personal or sensitive data that comes into my possession to any third party without your prior consent. I don't like it when that happens to me and I won't do it to you.

This website is hosted on an Apache server. What that means is when your browser makes a request of my server, your browser "announces" itself by telling my server your IP address, your browser version, your operating sytem, what time of day it is, what your browser is "requesting," etc. My server collects that data in my "web logs" and then fulfills your browser's request. None of that information is usable by me to reverse the info stream and locate or learn anything about you. You, as an individual visitor to my site, are essentially anonymous. That raw information is usable by me to define raw statistics in terms of what on my site is actually viewed and how often. Your browser delivers this information automatically and my server collects it automatically. On neither side are we able to shut that off.

I do use Google Analytics to track visits and visitor trends through my site. That works via the Analytics code on each page placing and then tracking a unique, but not-personally-identifiable, cookie on your browser. I use the data returned to me through Google Analytics to improve the quality of my site and the information on it. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can reset your browser to refuse all cookies, or to indicate when a cookie is being sent and then decide on an individual basis as to whether to accept the cookie or not. In no way is personal or sensitive information returned to either myself or Google Analytics. Everything native to this site will work perfectly well regardless of whether or not you accept any cookies.

This site uses no pop-ups or pop-unders. Javascript is used on Dogs-And-Paws.com only in relation to "ad-serving," and even then, only by Google and other National Advertisers. Disabling javascript in your browser will not affect your use of Dogs-And-Paws.com in any other way.

The Google Ads: Viewing and/or clicking on some Google Ads may place and/or read cookies on your browser, or place a web beacon on your browser. This action is through third party advertisers completely independent of myself and Dogs-And-Paws.com. Google may present links in a format that enables them to keep track of whether these links have been followed. They use this information to improve the quality of their search technology, customized content and advertising. None of that data comes to or is shared with me. Google has also recently begun using the "DoubleClick DART" cookie. This is a cookie that can be dropped on your browser either from simply viewing an ad or by your having clicked on an ad. The data from these DART cookies is usable by Google and myself to better serve and manage ads on my site. I get no personally identifiable data from these cookies, however, while these cookies also give Google no personally identifiable data about you, it does allow them to track your visits to other websites and to advertiser websites so that they can deliver "interest-targeted ads" to you based on your browsing preferences and history. And again, most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent so that you can decide whether or not to accept any cookies on a case-by-case basis. However, some Google features and services may not function properly if your cookies are disabled. You may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy. Or you can opt-out of this ad serving on all sites using this advertising by clicking here and following the instructions.


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The views expressed on this site are my own.  I am not a veterinarian and I urge you to take your dog to the vet first.



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