Author Archives: Donna W. Boykin

The most expensive animals in the world

Some oppose this approach, arguing that it fails to capture unquantifiable traits of the natural world, such as the psychological well-being it provides. Others say that living things are priceless. But the idea is that it can motivate people to see natural ecosystems in a whole new way – especially people who only think about […]

Largo adopts new rules for pet shops | Largo

LARGO – There will be no new pet stores in the town of Largo, and the two currently operating have new rules to follow. On September 7, the Municipal Commission voted 6-1 on final reading to pass a long-debated ordinance that promulgates new regulations for the commercial sale of dogs and cats within city limits. […]

Aspiring vets trained in pet care

The Dunlop sisters learned about animal care. Kamal Kassim / Gulf today Mariecar Jara-Puyod, Senior reporter One day with the family, five girls were treated at a clinic where they learned about pet care. They had the opportunity to be veterinarians. For about half an hour, sisters Freya, Phoebe and Charlotte Dunlop and later friends […]

14 animal love lessons we need to learn | Ava cadell

Animals can teach us some of the most valuable lessons in life and love that can have a big impact on our relationships. From the lifelong loyalty of elephants to dolphin rescue efforts known to save humans from sharks, the lessons of animal love are abundant. Here are 14 lessons of animal love that we […]

Vanderburgh Humane provides update on abandoned dog Elberfeld

Thanks to the generosity of the Tri-State and the care of the VHS, things are on track for the dog, but she still has a long road to recovery. On Sunday, September 5, the Vanderburgh Humane Society shared the above photo of a dog they named Blue after the Blue Grass Fish and Wildlife Area […]

See dogs one year after 217 rescued from ‘horrible’ puppy mill UP

DELTA COUNTY, MI – It has been a year since more than 200 dogs – including unborn puppies – were rescued from a “horrible” Upper Peninsula puppy mill, and the animal shelter that cared for them n did not miss the opportunity to register with their eternal families to commemorate the anniversary. Find before photos […]

Learn All About Your Dog For $ 60 With This DNA Kit

StackCommerce StackCommerce Hello dog lovers! As we all know, our pets are a member of the family for us. Sometimes they can even be better than some of our family because they can’t talk or post on Facebook. Dogs truly are the best listeners in the world, maybe except when you tell them to drop […]

WagMore Dog Training provides learning for both pet and owner

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up to date with the latest coronavirus news across New York City We already know that Long Island is home to the best human schools in the country, but there is also a wide variety of excellent dog training schools and programs. Whether you have a new […]

USDA investigates Emory after PETA complaint: monkey death, sponge left in monkey, and more

For immediate release:September 8, 2021 Contact:Tasgola Bruner 202-483-7382 Atlanta – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investigating Emory University and the affiliated Yerkes National Primate Research Center into alleged mistreatment of monkeys after PETA filed a complaint with the agency for violation of the federal law on the protection of animals. According to […]

Gary Barnes, 1965-2021 | What’s new LaPorte?

Gary A. Barnes, 56, of South Bend, Indiana, died Monday, September 6, 2021 at South Bend Memorial Hospital. He was born on April 12, 1965 in La Porte, Indiana, to Dale L. and Joyce (Kebr) Barnes. For many years Gary was a resident of the Share Foundation’s Sharing Meadows in Rolling Prairie, Indiana. Three years […]