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Adults and Dogs Race Through Alaska

Alaska’s famous long-distance sled dog race, the Iditarod, began on Mar. 7th despite the fear of COVID-19.  “Last Great Race” occurs every year in early March, starting in Anchorage, Alaska, and ending in Nome, Bering. Teams include an average of 14 dogs trekking in a sled “covering 1,000 miles of …

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The Paws-ible Effects of COVID-19 on Animals

COVID-19 has had a dramatic effect on people around the world and the animals that surround them. As with humans, the living creatures of the world have found themselves suffering from the consequences of the coronavirus. However, as a variety of these creatures are thrown into a difficult situation, many …

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Pet Cloning Pro: Nature Permits

Since Dolly the cloned sheep’s 1996 debut to the world, the practice of animal cloning has become increasingly popular, although still largely unregulated, as scientists look to find ways to replicate the living.  Cloning appears to be something straight out of Jurassic Park. There are essentially two sides to the argument. …

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Assembly Bill 485

Currently, in the U.S. 7.6 million dogs and cats reside in shelters and about 1.5 million of those dogs and cats are euthanized each year. To combat these passings and give home to dogs and cats in need, Governor Brown from the state of California has signed the Assembly Bill 485. …

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Coyotes attempt to reclaim their home

Coyotes have recently made avid attempts to reclaim the neighborhoods of Carmel Mountain Ranch. In the midst of their efforts, they are threatening the lives of the community’s pets as restitution. According to CBS8, dogs have been targeted since the neighborhood was built. However, in the past few months, the …

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