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Comfort dogs come to Northeast for suicide prevention week

Comfort dogs come to Northeast for suicide prevention week

Kaylea Kuhlman, Editor in Chief

September 12, 2019

NORFOLK- The ‘Paws and Relax’ event took place Monday, Sept. 9 from 10:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the College Welcome Center. Two comfort dogs, Moses and Joanna, came from Christ Lutheran Church in Lincoln as a part of suicide prevention week. Students, faculty and staff were able to pet Moses and Joanna to help relieve what...

Call them ugly, but Xolos rule as Mexico’s top dog

Call them ugly, but Xolos rule as Mexico’s top dog

April 10, 2017

MEXICO CITY — The beasts are brown and hairless except for a wiry mohawk. Their bodies, warm and slightly waxy, call to mind a hot water bottle with four legs. They routinely win dog shows — in the ugliest category. Far from man’s best friend, they’re notoriously aloof and cunning. Yet when...

It’s a Dog’s Life Among Red Wolves in Eastern North Carolina

It’s a Dog’s Life Among Red Wolves in Eastern North Carolina

February 20, 2014

By Josh Shaffer The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) (MCT) CRESWELL, N.C. — The wolves look ghostly at night, ears pricked up, eyes like high beams in the dark. In a single evening, Jett Ferebee might see five or six of them — reddish-brown, sniffing at the camera mounted on his W...

Tick Season is Coming Sooner than Usual

Tick Season is Coming Sooner than Usual

Caitlin Wilson, Web Editor

March 28, 2012

It’s getting to be that time of year. The warm weather-flowers blooming-rain showers-bug time of year. With those bugs comes those nasty blood suckers we call ticks. Because we had a very mild winter, we could see an early spring. The warmer weather is good for people and pets who want to venture...

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