EH? PLUS Leave fawns alone
White-tailed deer across the Northland have started to have their fawns, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is urging people to leave the little dears alone.
Even if you dont see the m... Posted on 5/21/13 at 12:00 AM
OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Trail cameras capture the animals of spring
Sean Hall of Cloquet passed along another nice collection of trail-camera photos that hes captured recently. Hall typically has several cameras out at one time and always has an interesting variety ... Posted on 5/7/13 at 11:57 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Spider Lies on Facebook
I am terribly afraid of spiders, so I was a bit squeamish about debunking a few of the false spider-related posts on Facebook.
I Used to be an Adventurer Like You
Until I Took a Spider to the Butt
One... Posted on 4/23/13 at 7:49 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Friends
As usual, had a great time emceeing the Raise Your Paws for Pets dinner last night to benefit the Circle of Friends Humane Society in Grand Forks. It's also great to see the event grown so much in the... Posted on 4/5/13 at 6:38 AM
ROSE'S PIN-TESTS Made it Myself Monday 9: Suitcase Pet Bed
I admit, I plan to become the family's crazy cat lady. So, it wasn't really a surprise when I fell in LOVE with this Pinterest project. Turn an old suitcase into a pet bed?! I'm on it.
I had an assis... Posted on 3/25/13 at 12:10 PM
The moose had hung around town for about 10 weeks in the winter and early spring. Authorities believed they had finally shooed her out of town for good about two weeks ago. However, she showed up inside the city limits again this week, on Tuesday and Thursday.
North Dakota State University plans to seek compensation from the owner of two dogs that attacked a flock of sheep inside an NDSU research barn, killing seven sheep and injuring five others that had to be euthanized.
A moose is no longer on the loose in town here. After spending about 10 weeks in the city limits, entertaining residents and frustrating authorities, the moose has moved — or, more accurately, been pushed — out of town.
After six failed attempts, a bill that would require dog and cat breeders in Minnesota to obtain licenses could begin to move through the Legislature this year, thanks to the efforts of animal welfare advocates who contend it is far too easy for breeders to peddle animals online.
After their trailer ride from western North Dakota, Krystal, Ruby, Diamond, Princess, Karmel and Ginger were unloaded at the foot of a 1,000 pound-plus hay bale in the barn. They made a serious dent in it.
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