Day: February 17, 2022
Obviously it’s a cliche, but “be prepared” is the best advice ahead of Storm Eunice, which could bring gusts of up to 90mph as well as heavy snow and blizzards. Power cuts caused by fallen trees are highly likely and there are a few straightforward things which people can do in preparation, Northumberland fire and
ST. LOUIS–Food. Fear. Vigilance. These are the three keys Missouri Department of Conservation officials are warning the public to keep in mind in what are four very active months for coyote activity in the state. Breeding season begins in February, with mothers giving birth within two months. With pups comes the need for more food.
(Supplied by Alberta RCMP) By David Opinko Feb 17, 2022 | 2:21 PM INNISFAIL, AB – The Police Dog Service Training Centre (PDSTC) in Innisfail has 13 German Shepherd puppies who need names. The RCMP has opened submissions for the 2022 “Name the Puppy” contest. Canadians aged four to 14 are encouraged to send in
A Queensland council has gone against the advice of its own staff in rejecting a major dog-breeding facility, even while noting it could spark costly legal action. Key points: The facility proposed for the Sunshine Coast is rejected, counter to the advice of council staff Councillors had concerns about the welfare of the breeding females The breeder says