Investigation continues into pellet shooting death of dog on Oakwood Drive
The Monroe Police Department’s Animal Control Division is continuing to investigate the Feb. 22 shooting death of a dog that lived on Oakwood Drive in Monroe. “It remains an open case,” town animal control officer Edward Risko said Monday.
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Dog park may find home in area of Oak Glen Park
BY CHRISTINA HABERSTROH Staff Writer HOWELL— After several years of discussion, a plan to create a dog park in Howell may be one step closer to becoming a reality. The original proposed location for the dog park — a facility where dogs can run off-leash — was on Easy Street as an extension of Soldier Memorial Park. read more
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Bureau County dog a winner at Westminster
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Former restaurateur’s life partner sought in his death
Former Denver restaurateur Ron Ford’s business and life partner is being sought in connection with his beating death. Denver police think he is traveling in a white minivan with a cross- dresser called Ms. Puppy.
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New Puppy for Krysta Ramirez
CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) – A fatal Pit-bull attack left a poodle dead and a little girl devastated. But an act of kindness by one of our viewers has put a smile on the face of 7-year-old Krysta Ramirez. Many
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Puppy love stories in MetroWest
Puppy love, a term given when cupid captures young hearts, can also include canines.
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