Monthly Archives: July 2021

Rusty James, retired police officer and chronic dog rescuer

Back in the days when Rusty James was in the police force, he enjoyed answering animal-related calls. James has a soft spot for all animals, especially dogs. For almost a decade, he and his (soon to be ex) wife, Caprice James, have rescued dogs – mostly Boxer breeds – from abusive homes, puppy factories and […]

Opening Ceremony of the 2021 Olympic Games live streaming at 4 p.m.

An opening ceremony for the very first Olympic Dog Games hosted by the NH Dog Walking Club is scheduled for Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. The event will help raise funds for the club’s charitable partnership program, which supports Mary’s Dogs, Hero Pups and Live and Let Live Farm. The games lineup includes physical and […]

150 rescued dogs are doing well, according to humanitarian society

Shocked owner says a couple rented the house in Delater St. More than 150 dogs removed from a rented home in Niagara-on-the-Lake last week are doing well and will likely be adopted. The house on Delater Street now smells and has suffered dog damage, owner Arthur Scauzillo said. Provincial Animal Welfare Services (PAWS) staff rescued […]

Kopernik presents the GeoCatching family scavenger hunt game

In search of summer family fun, find out what’s happening at the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center. Pandemic mitigation is giving families a chance to get out of the house and participate in some fun family time, and the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center has created a scavenger hunt game called geo-catching. The game which […]

Increased demand for pandemic pets has created increased demand for pandemic veterinarians | animal question | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Demand for pets has increased during the pandemic as many people have found themselves at home with more time and fewer activities. But with furry, scaled, and feathered new friends in people, vets have faced increased demand for services, while trying to navigate the CDC’s changing safety guidelines over the past year […]

New ‘Hops & A Hayride’ event is coming to Clarence

Buffalo loves a good drinking event. I mean, we have a party at the Hamburg fairgrounds and let everyone try hundreds of beers and the tickets go crazy. People love beer here and Kelkenberg Farm is having another fun event this summer. ‘Hops and A Hayride’ will take place at the farm on Wednesday August […]

How this adorable Vancouver dog found a forever home

“I didn’t want a puppy,” says its owner. Whether he’s wearing a rainbow bow tie, sticking out his pink tongue, or covering his eyes with his tiny paws, a local miniature schnauzer steals hearts with his adorable antics and teddy bear appearance. Owner Suzen Lülf recounts Vancouver is awesome that she feels lucky to have […]

Three Puppies Started Training To Serve Post 9/11 Veterans Via Caroline Nonprofit | Local News

The three puppies that arrived in Milford on Monday were delivered by retired Major Chuck Ziegenfuss, founder of Hero Labradors in Decatur, Texas. Ziegenfuss, who was seriously injured in action in 2005, received a service dog after the incident, but that companion died seven years later. Ziegenfuss’s difficulty in trying to locate another service dog […]