ASTRO BOB Move over Orion, it's the Big Dog's turn
Orion the Hunter claims the southern sky as his own during evening hours in early February, but the times are changing. Nipping at his heels is the Dog Star Sirius and the rest of the stars that com... Posted on 2/7/13 at 1:40 PM
SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY How to Keep Pet Expenses Down
My husband and I have not one, but two beloved pets. A yellow lab named Kashmir and a black lab named Sadie. These giant kids occupy a huge spot in our hearts and will forever be an equal part of our ... Posted on 1/15/13 at 11:59 AM
STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY Not winning
My husband walked into the bedroom the other night to find me and the wondermutt Jeffrey in total face-off mode. A big hairy dog was lying on our bed, where he is not allowed, and I was trying to glar... Posted on 5/9/12 at 12:18 AM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND caution with your dog this August
Hunters Advised to Check Water Conditions
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department advises hunters to be cautious with their dogs around water this time of year, due to potential health hazards asso... Posted on 8/11/11 at 3:15 PM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Chance: The Grooming
HiYa! It is me Chance. I had a grooming appointment. Far Side made it. She said my hair was too long. I had too many tangles..nothing about me was making her happy except... Posted on 7/31/11 at 6:35 AM
Forget kittens in trees. Try Labradors on ice.
That was the rescue facing Fargo firefighters Tuesday when they got a call about a dog trapped in the Red River. The pooch — a black Labrador named Jack — had escaped his owner’s yard despite its electronic fencing and was spotted in the water near El Zagal Par 3 Golf Course, Assistant Fire Chief Larry Schuh said.
The furry and faithful companion of North Dakota Democratic Sen. Kent Conrad has been diagnosed with cancer.
Conrad learned last week that his beloved Dakota, a bichon frise, is battling lymphoma, according to a report from The Hill.
“It hit me like a bolt out of the blue,” Conrad told the D.C.-based newspaper.
By Kristen M. Daum, Forum Communications Co.
, September 13, 2011
The speed at which people drive through Eldridge, N.D., is horrendous. Their disregard for others caused my family great pain last week when a driver in a dark 4-wheel-drive pickup with a lifted suspension hit our dog, Remmy.
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