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New book about dogs by Nevada author
Nevada author Areta Frost wrote a beautifully-illustrated book for children is a lighthearted approach to the serious problem of animal abandonment
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Missing Pet of the Week
I am a green and gray Conure. My age is unknown.
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Soldier fights for animals
Sgt. Pen Farthing went to the Middle East a soldier and came home a savior.
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Adoptable Pet of the Week Misty
Misty is a big sweetheart. She enjoys spending time with people, getting scratched and snuggling down next to you. She also likes finding that perfect sunny spot for napping.
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Letter to the Editor
Readers: Be careful of bags around pets, children
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Missing Pet of the Week
Sam is a neutered male, brown and white Australian Shepherd mix. He is estimated to be 8 years old.
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Link Piazzo Dog Park closed until Oct. 10
Washoe County’s Link Piazzo Dog Park in Hidden Valley Regional Park is closed through Oct. 10. The closure is because of work to be done by the county’s Department of Regional Parks and Open Space. The department will can conduct seasonal turf maintenance.
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Students held pet food drive
The Goddard School located at 8650 Technology Way in Reno hosted a pet food drive benefiting the Nevada Humane Society during the week of Sept. 13.
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Keep an Eye on Pets that Bite
Know the rules that could make an animal considered ‘dangerous’
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Missing Pet of the Week
Neo is a neutered male, tan and white basset hound mix. He is estimated to be 6 years old. Neo has been at the shelter since Saturday. Neo’s owner should bring picture ID (such as a driver’s license) to redeem him. In some cases, additional proof of ownership could be required such as the pet’s picture or registration records. Proof of a current rabies vaccination is required for all dogs, cats and ferrets in the state of Nevada. Reference ID ...
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Visit the animals on National Alpaca Farm Days
Llama's cousin celebrated on Saturday, Sunday
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Photos of rescued dogs needed for calendar
Photographs of rescued or adopted dogs enjoying the good life are wanted for the Humane Society of Truckee Tahoe’s (HSTT) 2011 calendar photo contest.
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Adoptable Pet of the Week: Oliver
Oliver is a young dog with lots of get up and go. He would thrive in an adult-only household, with an experienced dog owner devoted to regular exercise and willing to provide training. In return, Oliver will reward you with years of companionship, loyalty and fun. Won’t you take him home today? Street Vibrations Adoption Promotion Sept. 17-27 Adopt adult cats for $10 and adult dogs for $40 (4 months and older, excluding specially priced dogs) ...
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Missing Pet of the Week
These rats of unknown age have been at the shelter since Monday. Their owner will need a picture ID (such as a driver’s license) to redeem them. In some cases, additional proof of ownership may be required such as the pet’s picture or registration records. Reference ID number A169854. If these animals are not redeemed by their owner, when they have completed their stray holding time they may be available for adoption through the Nevada Humane ...
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Seniors find their perfect pet match
Nevada Humane Society program matches dogs with people their own age
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Paddling with compassion
As a teenager, John Merryfield was like most young men his age: He needed a job. So when a friend in Los Angeles suggested he come to work on a meat farm with him, it sounded like a good idea — until he heard stories about pigs living in tiny pens and animals tossed onto “dead piles” while they are still alive.
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Adoptable Pet of the Week: Fizel
Fizel is a sweet girl who likes having her back rubbed. She enjoys cuddling and then having some alone time napping in the sun. She would love to shower you with purrs of affection. Won’t you take Fizel home today?
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Missing Pet of the Week
This female brown and black chicken has been at the shelter since Sunday. Her age is unknown. To redeem her, the chicken’s owner must present a picture ID (such as a driver’s license).
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