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Wednesday, 24-Sep-2014 05:47 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Firefighters Respond To Cliff Rescue Near San Francisco’s Fort F

Firefighters were dispatched to a report of a cliff rescue around 7:55 p.m., the dispatcher said. A person with a dog tried to rescue the animal that went over a cliff, according to the dispatcher. The person then became stuck on the cliff with the dog, he said. They were rescued around 8:45 p.m. and did not suffer any injuries, according to the dispatcher. The U.S. Park police also assisted in the rescue. Copyright 2014 by CBS San Francisco and Bay City News Service.

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Saturday, 20-Sep-2014 15:37 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Celebrate Rancho Bernardo Dog Park’s 10th Anniversary On Saturda

Kaufman said this includes stretches, hiking and yoga. Its like Mommy and Me classes, she said. At 10:30 a.m. Brian Carvalho from Rock Solid K9 will show how dogs can be trained to sniff for and find specific items, such as a hidden tennis ball, Kaufman said. The costume contest with prizes for first, second and third place will begin at 11:15 a.m. The vendor area will include 20 booths, ranging from dog groomers and sitters, to rescue groups, pet therapy organizations and local pet stores, she said.

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Tuesday, 16-Sep-2014 05:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Beagle's Rescuers And Owner To Meet At Eckerd College Next Week

PETERSBURG In a video put together by the Tampa Bay Times Sept. 10, Nick Felts asked for one thing: to personally thank the couple who scooped Soco, his 10-year-old beagle, from choppy bay waters and brought her safely to shore. The dog had fallen overboard unknowingly, and Felts searched for hours without finding her. Related News/Archive Teen becomes Eagle Scout despite Duchenne muscular dystrophy 7 Months Ago The next day, officials returned the beagle to Felts. The identities of the rescuers, though, remained a mystery. "I would just be thrilled to just shake their hand and give them a hug," Felts said in the video. Now he'll get his chance. Next week, Felts and Soco plan to reunite with the beagle's rescuers, Melisa French and Geoff Young, who were boating in the channel near Tarpon Key a few weeks ago when Young saw the dog struggling to keep her head above water. "(She) didn't have a life jacket on," French said. "It's a miracle that he saw the dog, I swear it wouldn't have made it a few more minutes." The couple had two rescue pitbulls, Bailey and Shiner, aboard their boat and were worried they might clash with Soco.

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Wednesday, 10-Sep-2014 17:46 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Pampered Pooches: Dogs Have Their Day During Puppypalooza - The

Put plain and simple, Mary Hardin-Baylor crashed Millsaps party. posted: September 07 Killeen chamber plans events this month posted: September 07 NOLANVILLE Motorcycles, veterans and supporters rallied together Saturday for the third annual vets for vets event hosted by the Combat Vete posted: September 07 GATESVILLE The merchandise comes into the store stuffed in bags, packed in boxes, neatly stacked, loosely piled, pulled from pockets and unl posted: September 07 Got an announcement? We accept many different kinds of announcements. Just click on the link below and submit a form. No matter how you slice it, $1.6 million is a sizeable sum of money. posted: September 07 Jodi Perry/HERALD Puppypalooza Leleo, a black mouth cur, swims in the Carl Levin Park pool during Puppypaloozaon Saturday morning. Jodi Perry/HERALD Puppypalooza Sheila Gill stands with her dog Bunt, the winner of the biggest dog competition, during Puppypalooza at Carl Levin Park in Heights on Saturday morning.

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Friday, 5-Sep-2014 21:48 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Dog That Was Duct-taped, Left To Die Recovering - Kgt

He has already put $2,000 of his own money towards the dog's mounting vet bills. The future hope is a forever home. The hope now, that people will donate to help pay for Tundra's care. "It's one of the worst one of the worst I've seen for sure, but it's just incredible his spirits. I think his prognosis is excellent at this point," said Dilorenzo. If you would like to donate or possibly adopt Tundra, click here for more information or call (858) 484-0985.

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