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Dogs and cats lucky enough to get adopted out of the Burbank Animal Shelter will not only get a new home, but their own collars and identification tags. The new duds will come after the shelter uses a $6,500 grant from the American Society for the...
Chicago ShoppingPenelope's (1913 W. Division St., 773-395-2351, shoppenelopes.com) has taken 20 to 60 percent off spring men’s and women’s wear by brands such as APC, Sessun, Brooklyn Tailors, Folk, Dusen Dusen and more. Celebrate the summer solstice from 4...
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South Bend TribuneEnd-of-life decisions are never easy, but the Michigan Legislature may be making one soon when it considers whether to eliminate gas chambers as a means of euthanization in state animal shelters. With most county shelters having already shelved gas...
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The South Suburban Humane Society is calling on the public to help it win a $100,000 grant that could aid homeless pets. The grant goes to the winner of the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge, a national competition to encourage animal shelters to go...
PlainvilleThe Electric Shoes will present a concert on June 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the George Ventrelli Auditorium at the Middle School of Plainville. Jim Papapietro and Nate Button are an acoustic duo whose original music is inspiring, entertaining and fun. Tickets to...
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House Bill 6690 allows an advocate to be appointed to represent the interests of an animal during a cruelty trial. I absolutely believe that no animal should be treated in a cruel manner, and that those who harm animals should be held accountable for...
LAKE CITY, Mich. (AP) — More than 150 dogs removed from locations owned by a breeding facility in Michigan are getting care at shelters around the state and in New Jersey. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals tells The...
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We all want to live safely, including with dogs. With that purpose in mind, we should adopt policies that have succeeded, and avoid ones that failed. Breed-specific regulation did not originate with pit bulls. Long Branch, N.J., banned the Spitz in...
Nancy (Newcomb) Miller, 66 of Fenton, passed away suddenly on April 24, 2013. Nancy married Gordon Miller of Fenton in 1966. They lived in Fenton until 2002 when they moved to Petoskey. Survivors include her husband, Gordon; son, Dr. Mark (Wendy);...
Contributing Writer“Spring has sprung, the grass has riz…” or so goes the ditty. However, in my case, there is very little grass due to the weather conditions last summer, but there are lots of weeds. I wonder if other pet owners are faced with the...
As pets head outdoors this spring, owners should remember they aren’t the only creatures outside. Dogs and cats can pick up fleas and disease-bearing ticks in backyards and out in the woods. Regular preventative care, including monthly medicine,...
Wedding date: March 9, 2013 Her story: Julie Zuramski, 34, grew up in Lutherville. She works in sales at National Envelope. Her father, Joseph, is retired from sales, and her mother, Josephine, is a real estate agent for Long & Foster. His story:...
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