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When asked if she always envisioned herself in her current career, Mandy Hood’s answer is a simple yet enthusiastic two-word phrase: “Oh, yeah.”
Last year, Ashley Matz’s family lost their German shepherd, and in the beginning of December, she also lost her grandmother.
For about six months, Tracy Buchholz kept finding pee in her toilet and did not understand why.
If your only familiarity with dog showing is through comedy film “Best in Show,” there’s a lot you’re missing out on, according to one local couple.
After her cat Octopus died at the age of 9, Kelly Duignan was not necessarily ready to get a new pet. However, that changed when she was volunteering at the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS).
After moving in together last year, Jennifer Gray and Stephanie Michael got the puppy itch.
While there were no human casualties from the Oct. 25 two-alarm fire at South Street restaurant Bridget Foy’s, pet caregivers still felt loss. Two rescue dogs, Precious and Yogi, died from smoke inhalation at adjoining store Doggie Style Pets. The two dogs were staying at the store through an arrangement with Saved Me, a no-kill shelter.
Out musician, composer and performer Michael Harren has found a way to incorporate his animal activism into his art with “The Animal Show,” a multi-media performance that uses humor and candor to illustrate why it is important to keep animals safe.