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Sun reporterInside every creature there is DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid. It has been called the blueprint for life, probably because that's much easier to say. Almost every cell in your body contains DNA, and within it, children's textbooks say, lies "all the...
sun reporterThere are 75 million dog stories in America. This is one of them. It's not about a hero dog, or a movie dog, or a dog show-winning dog, or a rescue dog, or a therapy dog - just a plain old dog of unknown parentage that happens to be mine. He came from...
Tags: DNA, Dining and Drinking, Dog (animal), Heroism, Animals
Arts in the Park will have a little extra bark this year thanks to the Hub City Kennel Club. The Hub City Kennel Club will host "meet the breeds" from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 16 at Arts in the Park at Melgaard Park. The event is designed to promote the...
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WASHINGTON — Lord Byron was, according to one of his legion of lovers, "mad, bad and dangerous to know," but he also loved dogs, which explains his cameo appearance in a recent Texas Supreme Court opinion. It answered an interesting question in a...
Grooming and bathing a dog can be a daunting task when all you have to work with is the family tub or an outside hose. That was until Bubbles & Bones came to Wellington. The self-service dog wash and boutique offers high tubs, shampoo, towels, high-speed...
Tags: Pets, Personal Service
Putting on the dogs is a big job each year, and the Langley Kennel Club knows just how to do it. The group stages the only big annual dog show on the Peninsula each Memorial Day weekend, and it's sanctioned by the American Kennel Club. This weekend...
The Orange County RegisterSANTA ANA, Calif. Purses, backpacks and textbooks are piled up on the floor, benches and any available surface, completely forgotten. Instead, students fill their hands and laps with four-legged friends. The Orange County, Calif., chapter of The Bright...
My Pet WorldThe U.S. Postal Service has released dog attack rankings for 2012 by city. Last year, nearly 5,900 letter carriers were attacked by dogs. Overall, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were thought to be about 4.7 million...
Tags: Symptoms, Pets, Diseases and Illnesses, Animals, Animal Attacks
A new training option is now available for retrieving-dog owners and handlers in northeastern South Dakota. Based in Aberdeen, the Jim River Hunting Retriever Club had its first organized meeting May 4. Because of the weather, it took longer than...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBlue ribbons eluded them, but Baron, Twists and Ceri still showed enough skill in their divisions to snare seven green ribbons among them at the recent American Kennel Club National Agility Championships in Tulsa, Okla. Gretchen Mason’s Welsh...
Even if you could define “smartest” I am not sure you would get a consensus on which is the smartest breed of dog. Does smartest mean problem solving, learning, obeying commands, or dog IQ testing? (Yes there is an IQ test for dogs). Some...
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