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The Blue Muse
iPhone 6 turns lapdog into ferocious beast

iPhone 6 turns lapdog into ferocious beast

Or something like that...Taking inspiration from Goliath, hope you take a big bite out of Monday.Or, take a nap. He's very good at naps.xoxo,shawnaOther posts you might like:A stinky start to 2010, aka Goliath's worst day everApparently I'm a bad dog m...

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The Sacramento Bee
Pumpkin patches in the Sacramento area

Pumpkin patches in the Sacramento area

Hay bale and cornfield mazes. Fall festival, free, today-Sunday. Visit farm animals and take tram ride tours on weekends. 22001 Shenandoah School Road, Plymouth. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. (209) 245-6660. www.amadorflowerfarm.com.


Jose Lopez, left, and Mauricio Soto set up a scarecrow in the corn maze at the Amador Flower Farm...

The Sacramento Bee
Elk Grove explores animal shelter options

Animal advocates in Elk Grove are calling for the city to build its own shelter and believe the city has done too little to address public health and safety concerns that come with stray animals.

The Sacramento Bee
Pet Connection: Laser therapy can help older or injured dogs stay active

Swee’ Pea is an 18-year-old border collie/Australian shepherd cross who holds nine Guinness world records for stunts such as walking up and down a flight of stairs backward while balancing a glass of water on her nose.

The Sacramento Bee
At the SPCA: Dino the Jack Russell terrier mix

At the SPCA: Dino the Jack Russell terrier mix

Meet Dino! He’s a 2-year-old Jack Russell terrier mix who has been at the Sacramento SPCA since Sept 21.



The Sacramento Bee
Inmates learn as they teach wild horses

Inmates learn as they teach wild horses

Just two weeks into a new program that allows inmates to help train wild mustangs, a chestnut mare is already allowing herself to be hand-fed by a pack of humans.


Joe Misner, ranch manager in charge of the inmate Wild Horse and Burro Training and Adoption Program for offenders at...

The Sacramento Bee
Animal services officers remove 36 cats from bedroom of Woodland home

Yolo County sheriff’s animal services officers are investigating a possible case of animal hoarding after approximately 40 cats were found in a locked bedroom of a Woodland residence.

The Sacramento Bee
Cathie Anderson: Rocklin’s Posh Puppy expands a fifth time, adds grooming salon

Pets are living the good life in the United States, and entrepreneur Jennifer Kirk keeps expanding her Posh Pets business to cater to them....Cancer survivor Jackie Nadile merges a tavern with a discount moviehouse at Public House Theater in Sacramento’s Tahoe Park neighborhood.

The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento court records detail investigation into dog’s drowning

Sacramento court records detail investigation into dog’s drowning

William David Meek Jr. is the 47-year-old Citrus Heights man being sought by authorities for allegedly killing his girlfriend’s 12-year-old border collie by tying a bowling ball around her neck and dumping her into the American River to drown.


This is the bowling ball found attached to 12-year-old border collie...

The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento court records detail investigation into dog’s drowning

Sacramento court records detail investigation into dog’s drowning

William David Meek Jr. is the 47-year-old Citrus Heights man being sought by authorities for allegedly killing his girlfriend’s 12-year-old border collie by tying a bowling ball around her neck and dumping her into the American River to drown.


Border collie Zelda came into the Front Street Animal Shelter in...

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