DESIGNED FOR THE TIMES Pet Safety
I really respect our veterinarian and how much they care for the well-being of our dog as well as educating us to better take care of him. We have a dog named Dudley and he is a cavachon.
He can be... Posted on 12/10/13 at 7:25 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Animals, animals, animals
Somewhere in the mid-seventies, I watched a television show titled
Animals, Animals, Animals. It was canceled in the early eighties
and I know it was on Sunday morning because I used to catch ... Posted on 10/26/13 at 7:06 AM
THE NUTRITION FORUM Healthy Eating for Summer Fun
Note: This article was written by Courtney Meier and Emily Hofer, two dietetic interns that worked with me this week at the Worthington Hy-Vee.
Summer is a time when everyone wants to be healthy, act... Posted on 5/24/13 at 11:41 AM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Clean Up Your Poop
As summer maybe coming some day, I was quickly reminded about a friendly reminder I'd like to share. I will also keep this very short and to the point.
I live very close to the Lakewalk in Duluth,... Posted on 4/16/13 at 3:43 PM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND Hot Dogs at the Pharmacy?
As I mentioned in yesterdays post, I was recently in a Target store to pick up some medication from the pharmacy. While there I saw some things that caught my eye.
It seems that I am pretty much alwa... Posted on 6/10/12 at 7:00 AM
Justice arrived at the Animal Rescue Federation naked and feverish. The hair along the 3-month-old puppy’s body was gone, with only the brown-furred tail left to give any indication why the American Staffordshire terrier had originally been named Cocoa.
In a steady rain Friday morning, Wyatt, a black Lab, watches ducks fall from the sky. Four of them, at distances from 100 to 350 yards away. Corky Krollman of Hibbing, Wyatt’s owner and handler, stands at the dog’s side, preparing to send him on the series of four retrieves.
Three Rottweiler-mix dogs have spent the better part of the past five years in and out of animal shelters in Douglas County as city and county officials leveled fines and pursued charges for the negligent care received from the dogs’ former owner. Now they're up for adoption.
Construction at Ordean Middle School as it transforms into the new eastern Duluth high school has forced the 2010 John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon to move its starting point to Lakewood Township. 2009 file photo: Linda Hart of Stillwater, Minn., at the start of the 26th John Beargrease Sled Dog Mid-Distance Marathon.
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