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For many pet owners, planning a vacation includes deciding who will take care of the four-footed friend left at home. Do you ask a neighbor or friend, board him at a kennel, or hire a professional pet sitter? All are viable choices, but frame your...
A love of dogs coupled with his need for extra help with his cattle led a Platte man to win this year's championship in the National Cattledog Trials. Tim Naasz captured the Open Champion title 2012 United States Border Collie Handlers Association...
Tags: Human Interest, Animals, Trials
In a year that some are calling a "meh" version of the E3 expo, one new title has emerged as the clear buzz game that nobody knew about a week ago. "Watch Dogs" was demoed by Ubisoft this week, and so far the scant 10 minutes unveiled look every bit...
While on vacation in England several years ago, my husband and I had a regular practice of finding the library in each town where we were supposed to have ancestors and using their local history sections to find out more about the people who were there...
Tags: Libraries, Arts and Culture, The Huffington Post, England, Book
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota paid out a record $154,136 to residents whose livestock or pets were killed by wolves in the past year, part of a gradual upward trend also seen in Wisconsin and Michigan - all states where the gray wolf came off the...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Hunting
"You see, things were not always this way, recalled Kathy Anderson, a retired teacher and lifetime resident of Costa Mesa. "You could hear them in the distance, but never, ever, did they encroach upon our town. They were truly wild." Fast forward several...
The painterly colors are as bright as a tropical sun in some of the artwork in the "Contemporary Latin American Art Exhibition" at the Columbia Art Center. Although the subject matter of all four artists tends to be puzzling, it's easy to enjoy their...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture, Artists, Painting, Fine Artists
As any dog lover knows, canines have special powers. Dogs can engage us in ways humans can't. This is especially true with seniors. There is a growing body of medical research that shows how interacting with dogs (and other pets) improve seniors'...
The Hartford CourantEverybody seems to agree that politics is going to the dogs. All we have left to decide is how the dogs would vote. People who haven't cast a ballot in an election since the Carter administration are, I recently learned, passionate about their pets'...
Tags: Kazakhstan, Pets, Politics, Voting, Elections
They were the "Titans of the South" for nearly a decade in the 1950s and '60s. I refer not to a Tennessee football team, but to Cookie, Skipper and Lucky. They ran our Costa Mesa neighborhood. That neighborhood consisted of the southern half of...
Maura Iacoboni always admired her friend's home, a two-story Colonial-style structure in Timonium in Baltimore County. Little wonder, then, that when the home was put on the market earlier this year, she jumped on it. "It always looked happy to me; it...
Tags: Waterford, Homes, Lifestyle and Leisure, Land Price, Walnuts
The manager of a Waverly farmers' market said that following a dog-biting incident adjacent to the popular Saturday event, his security detail would issue civilian citations to the owners of animals left unattended. Marc Rey, who runs the 32nd Street...
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