Pet Column: Did we really domesticate the wolf?

Photo by Elle Williams. By Elle Williams, CPDT-KA Pet Columnist, Canyon Lake Insider When you think about how dogs became man’s best friend, you might think that our ancestors found some cute wolf pups and raised them as our own. This way of thinking is not far from how we have tamed other wild animals. … Read more

Recent survey confirms soaring sales of pet products for fur babies

Another trend is an increase in the number of pet owners who choose exotic names, such as fish, rabbits and birds. This is reflected in the sales figures for exotic animal products, which grew by more than 50%. Meanwhile, sales of cat products increased by 8%, and sales of dog products increased by 6%. According … Read more

Thomasville police buy child new bike after ‘hard-earned’ bike stolen, police say

THOMASVILLE, Ga. (Atlanta News First) – A boy got a new bike from the Thomasville Police Department after his “hard-earned” bike was stolen from his front porch, according to police. According to police, the boy is a straight-A student and “worked hard” to earn a bike, but the bike was stolen. The Thomasville Police Department … Read more

Victory Mission’s urban garden is growing food & hope | KOLR

On the lot Mission of Victory Shelter for Men, located in a garden of 4000 square meters. For the last five years Vittoria is Springfield Community Gardens they worked together to grow food and life skills for those leaving prison and poverty. Now, the garden is able to extend its growing season with the addition … Read more