Monthly Archives: November 2021

Athletic pleads for Vikings to adopt “Pass-First” model

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer told media on Monday that Dalvin Cook’s status was “day by day“after injuring his shoulder in San Francisco. So while he seems optimistic the injury won’t end the season, the Vikings must also operate without knowing exactly when Cook will be back in the lineup. …

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Guilford animal rescuer sues PZC for license denial

Last November, a neighbor emailed the city’s zoning enforcement officer and health director alleging that Demond’s property had brought in flies, rats, odors and more. problems. These issues have been resolved, according to the city. In January, Demond received a cease and desist order from a city zoning enforcer, ordering …

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Animal Rescue Hosts Donation Campaign For Cincinnati Veterans This Holiday Season

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – In hopes of helping out this holiday season, a Cincinnati Animal Rescue is hosting a veteran fundraiser. HART Cincinnati volunteers are used to saving animals because they save thousands of cats and dogs every year, but this winter they launched a human-focused charity campaign called “HART Honoring …

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Free pet adoption at the Jacksonville Humane Society

More than 100 animals from the Jacksonville Humane Society have been adopted, helping the society to put animals into homes and bring others to the shelter. JACKSONVILLE, Fla .– During Black Friday weekend, the Humane Society waived adoption fees for pets at their shelters. “Actually there was a couple left …

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How Sacramento Business Owners Attract Customers for Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is starting again this year, and many Sacramento stores have vacation deals to attract customers. According to the Small Business Administration, there are over 32 million small businesses in the United States. More than half of all working Americans own or are employed by a small business. …

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Revive Ojibwa spiritual traditions, one animal at a time

LAKE CASS, Minn. – Animal neglect was such a problem on the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota, with basic services like spaying out of reach for many due to poverty and remoteness, that packs of dogs stray sometimes stopped traffic on the main highway. Today, stray dogs are rare. …

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Our Views: A Cause of Thanksgiving in New Child Adoptions | Our opinions

On Thanksgiving, America’s first family day, the adoption gift for children is all about celebration. Thanks to the vital and sometimes very difficult work of the Ministry of Children and Family Services, children who need help can get it, thanks to a foster care system that the ministry is constantly …

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November 26 – SD Gunner Fund receives $ 2,500 grant from Petco Love | Non-profit associations

November 26, 2021 – SD Gunner Fund recently announced a $ 2,500 investment from newly appointed Petco Love to support their life-changing work with service animals in Southeast Georgia. Petco Love’s investment will change lives by funding the training and placement of much-needed service animals for veterans struggling with PTSD …

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Lil Baby reveals he’s single following rumor he’s dating Saweetie

Lil Baby denies the rumor he’s dating Saweetie. On Thursday afternoon (November 25), the Atlanta rapper released a mini-statement via Twitter. “Baby don’t date ANYBODY !! I’m single!” the My turn rapper posted. Baby’s reveal comes after news broke the internet claiming he and the “Tap In” rhymer are an …

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The Last Chance Animal Rescue, Edenbridge, New Romney Have More Dogs Than Ever Seeking Foster Homes After Rise In ‘Locked-Out Puppies’

With many people stuck at home for months during the lockdown, there has been a substantial increase in the number of pet owners as many rushed to get a furry companion. But with our life now returning to normal, the puppies are now being sent back to rescue centers and …

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Vicksburg board of directors approves animal shelter proposal – The Vicksburg Post

The mayor’s council and alderman approved a proposal totaling $ 117,300 with architect Michael Bernard with Animal Shelters of America for the design and administration of the construction of a new animal shelter in Vicksburg. The approval came at Wednesday’s board meeting. City attorney Nancy Thomas said the city will …

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Huntsville Animal Shelter Hosts Thanksgiving Meal For Dogs

HUNTSVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – Volunteers prepared a pet-safe Thanksgiving dinner at the Paws and Claws Animal Shelter in Huntsville on November 23. Animal Care Manager Mallory Harlan said the event was a great opportunity to increase awareness of animals in the community. She hopes this will encourage more …

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Humane Society of Yates County to complete shelter addition

The Humane Society of Yates County is close to completing the 400 square foot addition to its animal shelter. This new facility will house new, larger dog housing and clinical space for future community spay / neuter programs. Shelter of Hope has been planning an expansion for the past five …

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Intrepid veterans will paddle across the Atlantic Ocean for charity

Four veterans from different branches of the military – who call themselves “Foar from Home” – paddle across the Atlantic Ocean to raise awareness about PTSD and the endemic veteran suicide. And, they need your help. US Army Veteran Billy Cimino, US Army Veteran Cameron Hansen, US Navy Veteran AM …

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Liberty Village shopping center redevelopment plans in Flemington unveiled

FLEMINGTON – The borough council is expected to vote on a redevelopment plan for Liberty Village on Monday evening. The redevelopment plan for the 23-acre site is “designed as a new, diverse residential neighborhood that provides economic support to the downtown borough, while matching the scale and character of the …

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Look for kittens under the hood of your car, warns local humanitarian society

When temperatures drop, animals seek warmth When the temperatures start to cool down, some of our furry friends find refuge. For kittens, some of these places can be extremely dangerous, even fatal. Reports from Justin Matthews of FOX 13. TAMPA, Florida – As the weather begins to cool, shelters say …

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SASF creates a human education program for local schools

Students of the HUMANe HUMANs program of the SASF Courtesy Southampton Animal Shelter Receive our Hamptons Insider newsletters direct to your doorstep. The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation (SASF) announced the launch of HUMANe HUMANs, a humane education program aimed at teaching students in Kindergarten to Grade 5 about the humane …

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Is sleeping with your dog in the bed bad?

About half of all pet owners allow their pets to sleep in the bed (Getty Images) Every morning, around 2 a.m., my partner wakes me up because she is thirsty and needs a toilet break. Lucky for her, she has no trouble falling back to sleep. I know this because …

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Muncie Animal Rescue helps rehabilitate backyard breeding dogs

MUNCIE, Ind. – A Muncie organization is working to rehabilitate a pack of dogs rescued from a backyard farm. Grateful Rescue is an organization that welcomes unwanted domestic cats and dogs to rehabilitate them and place them in homes. Recently, they learned that a backyard rancher in northern Indiana was …

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Salem City Council Considering Tax Incentives For Housing Project

Salem City Council is meeting on Monday to discuss the adoption of new neighborhood boundaries and to consider tax incentive requests for two multi-family housing projects, including a 157-unit complex in the old Nordstrom building in the center. city. The council is considering an application for a multi-unit housing tax …

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Animal shelters at full capacity; residents urged to use social media to seek help | New

Animal rights activists emphasize the importance of social media when it comes to lost and found animals. On Thursday, November 18, a woman contacted the Tahlequah Daily Press with a problem she was having after finding a stray dog. She said she contacted the Humane Society of Cherokee County and …

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Valley Forge Park Manager Honored With “Dog’s Best Friend Award” – Timesherald

PHILADELPHIA – Rosalyn “Rose” Fennell, Superintendent of Valley Forge National Historic Park, has been named the recipient of the Kennel Club of Philadelphia’s “Dogs’ Best Friend Award” for 2021. Fennell, who supports the national effort to bring dogs (and their people) safely to U.S. national parks, will be recognized on …

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Knight-Matney retires as director of Bella Vista animal shelter

BELLA VISTA – When the director of Bella Vista Animal Shelter began calling her a “dog lover,” Dee Dee Knight-Matney wasn’t thinking about a career change. She and her husband were under construction and had built homes all over Bella Vista. She volunteered occasionally at the shelter and attended its …

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Retired teacher creates children’s book to encourage adoption of shelter dogs

A retired Brecksville teacher puts his talents to good use. He just published a children’s book highlighting how important it is to give shelter dogs a home. The series is called “The Adventures of Jill, Jake and Stimlin” – named after Dave Lubinger’s daughter and their two dogs. Proceeds will …

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Taiwanese Pet Food Maker Gives Year of Free Food to Encourage Adoption of Senior Dogs and Cats | Life

A Taiwanese pet food manufacturer is donating a year of free pet food to encourage adoption of senior dogs and cats from eight shelters in New Taipei City. – Reuters photo KUALA LUMPUR, November 18 – A Taiwanese pet food manufacturer is sponsoring a year of pet food to encourage …

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West Virginia woman to take part in national dog show with four dogs

MORGANTOWN. W.Va. – Adrianne Dering, a resident of Morgantown, will attend this year’s National Dog Show presented by Purina and exhibit the Biewer Terrier (pronounced beaver, like the animal dam builder) for the first time. Dering, among other exhibitors, will be allowed to show off the new American Kennel Club …

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How a Haunted ‘Pet Graveyard’ Helped the Hamden Animal Shelter Cause

HAMDEN – An animatronic dragon connected to a smoke machine. Zombies coming out of the ground. Jumping spiders and talking skeletons. Homemade tombstones and a cemetery gate. These spooky sights haunted visitors to Hamden’s ‘pet cemetery’ this month, but guests haven’t come just to be afraid. They came for a …

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Foster Family-Based Non-Profit Helps All Animals | New

The paws part of Paws N Hooves Courtesy tabsNhooves Paws N Hooves is a host family animal rescue, which means that instead of having a central facility, manager Tania Kovar runs a network of hospitality volunteers who house and care for dogs and livestock until they can be adopted. Paws …

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Pets on Thanksgiving: Be Careful What You Let Them Eat at the Table | Entertainment / Life

As we spend Thanksgiving Day with family and friends and enjoy the great food and company, remember that the four-legged family members will be attentive to the delicious food, too. It is important to know which foods can be shared safely and which should be kept out of reach. If …

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Teller County news in brief | Pikes Peak Courier

Call for nominations for the Communities Working Together Award The Pikes Peak Region Council of Governments will recognize an individual from the region who has demonstrated leadership and exceptional ability to work across jurisdictional boundaries to improve our region with the Communities Working Together Award. Details on the nomination and …

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Colorado Springs couple honored by state for adopting 7 children and welcoming 29

COLORADO SPRINGS – A Colorado Springs couple are state honored for adopting seven foster children, but the family has helped dozens more. Eric and Ashlette Lopez have always wanted to become foster parents. One of the reasons is to help reunite families. “It was a huge blessing when we came …

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Global Data Center Colocation Industry to 2026 – Growing Adoption of Renewable Energy by Colocation Providers Presenting Opportunities

DUBLIN, November 11, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “Data Center Colocation Market – Global Outlook & Forecast 2021-2026” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Experts predict that the per-investment data center colocation market is expected to grow at 4.40% CAGR during the period 2020-2026. The following factors are likely …

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Animal shelter sees wave of small animals

Back to the fall feel in the coming weekWatch Dave Aguilera’s forecast 2 hours ago Flash mob of elves takes over Union StationA flash mob of elves has invaded Union Station. 2 hours ago South High Denver Students Successfully Launch High Power RocketThe Denver South High School Rocket Lab completed …

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The sweet lady, Avon, claims a new home

Greetings Winston: My name is Avon. I think that’s the prettiest name, isn’t it? I am a 7 year old feline. I am a lucky woman because I had the wonderful opportunity to be a shelter “office cat” for a while, and I loved having people around me. I really …

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8 key things to know

CBD oil is a rapidly growing market and the compound is now being touted as a treatment for dogs as well. Indeed, therapy is already big business, with a study by Grand View Research estimating the CBD oil market size to exceed $ 37.4 million in 2020. However, Dr. Jerry …

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The survival story of an Iowa dog

WELL. NO DELAYS. AL: YX DOZENS OF NEGLECTEDOG D SAVES FIVE A – FROM SOUTHERN IOWA BREEDER. WAYSIDE WAIFS IS ONE OF THE NOW TINAKG DOG SHELTERS FROM THE FACILITIES OWNED BY DANIEL GINGERICH. AS REPORTED IN A SPECIAL KCCI 8 NEWS INVESTIGATION, GINGERICH AGREED TO DELIVER MORE THAN 500 …

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CAPA Pet of the Week: Linnea | Pets

Linnea is a 1 year old female, black and silver shorthair dwarf rabbit from the Netherlands available for adoption at the Santa Maria Animal Center. This breed is known to be intelligent, therefore very easy to train but also less tolerant. They thrive in a calm, stable environment with lots …

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