Monthly Archives: September 2021

Speed ​​Queen partners with Best Friends Animal Society

The brand will support the no-kill mission by 2025 of a non-profit organization RIPON, Wisconsin., September 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Speed ​​Queen, a home appliance brand with a legendary pedigree of reliability, has entered into a partnership with the Best Friends Animal Society. Speed ​​Queen becomes the official laundry partner of the organization and will join its mission ...

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2nd attack by dogs leads to euthanasia

By Liz Nagy and the Web Team Click here for updates on this story PALATINE, Ill. (WLS) – Two dogs at the center of a series of suburban dog attacks have been euthanized following the latest attack in Elmwood Park. The dogs, a pit bull mix and an Akita mix that belong to 22-year-old Meleina Toedoro, were involved in two ...

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Dog who always smiles due to rare disease is looking for a home

A dog with a rare disease that makes him seem to be constantly smiling is looking for his forever home. Jasper, a Chihuahua mix, lives at the Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, California. While the eight-pound puppy may appear cheerful, his happy demeanor is actually caused by his facial muscles being constantly pulled back. Unfortunately, Jasper is constantly twitching. ...

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Colonial Heights Day at the Keystone Truck and Tractor Museum on October 2

COLONIAL HEIGHTS – A museum that you’ve probably driven billions of times and didn’t know existed is hosting a big community event dubbed “Colonial Heights Day”. On Saturday, October 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., there will be over 25 craft and merchandise vendors, a bake sale, a Chris Brockman tarot card reader, dance groups and more. Freckles & ...

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Increasing pet ownership by companions, increasing spending on animal welfare, increasing product creativity, and integrating software are driving demand for the market

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail The Global The veterinary software market is expected to reach $ 771.6 million in 2027. One of the major drivers for the development of this market is the increasing prevalence of zoonotic diseases. The increased prevalence of animal health diagnostic and surveillance services has spurred demand, which is expected to drive the ...

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CASEY: Roanoke County pet saves immediate excitement and joy | Local News

By the way, on Wednesday RCACP was overseeing the care of 297 creatures, about two-thirds of which are housed at its refuge on Baldwin Avenue in northeast Roanoke. (Most of the rest are placed in pet foster care.) This includes 61 dogs, 135 cats, eight rabbits, a parrot, and Petunia. (The other bird at the refuge, a chaffinch his clever ...

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Sacramento dog’s constant smile is due to facial disorder

One of California’s countless shelter dogs has become a social media hit for a really strange reason – he just keeps smiling. The dog, named Jasper, lives at Sacramento Front Street Animal Shelter, where authorities determined that her alluring smile was in fact due to a medical condition. “He looks happy on the outside, but that’s not how he feels”, ...

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Ramona Wildlife Center treats bear cub burned in Dixie fire

The San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center has taken in four cubs – one was found with burned paws and orphaned triplets. Photo via SDHS A bear cub that approached Plumas County firefighters with burnt paws in the Dixie fire is receiving treatment at the San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center, it was announced Wednesday. The hungry cub ...

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What is your goat? | New

SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Venango County— No one knows where he’s from, but at least now they know where he is. The Franklin community, for the past month, has been obsessed with a story about a goat – one that has eluded the police and almost anyone who tried to catch it. For weeks he wandered through Franklin’s Third Ward, and eventually ...

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Animal welfare leagues of Alexandria and Arlington team up to vaccinate animals and people

AWL Alexandria’s veterinarian volunteers to check the cat. (Photo courtesy of Gina Hardter) ALEXANDRIA, VA – On September 25, the Animal Care Leagues of Alexandria and Arlington teamed up to vaccinate animals and humans. “By connecting with people and their pets at the same time, we have the potential to make our community a healthier and safer place for all ...

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