When Elon Musk’s $44 billion acquisition of Twitter closed in late October, Canadian researcher Alex Haagaard tweeted a proposalgiving up punctuation like people on the platform do: “Since we’re all talking about leaving Twitter again, can I bring back the idea of migrating to LinkedIn… Read More »Twitter’s decline could give a boost to today’s less nerdy LinkedIn
DOGS BEHAVIOR NEWS
Recently, people walking their dogs in Saline began noticing stickers on phone surveys, stickers promoting the Patriot Front, a white supremacist lobby group. Brandy Bar-Herschman told the Sun Times News that she and her friends began to notice more and more of them and contacted… Read More »Saline makes statement on white supremacist stickers
Ian Passmore is one of four finalists, out of 53 applicants, for music director for the Oak Ridge Civic Music Association. Each finalist will conduct a concert with the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra and Chorus during the 2022-2023 season. Passmore will conduct the concert at… Read More »Finalist Music Director Passmore will conduct a concert on November 20
I have been an apartment dweller for years and have never had my own property or my own fenced in yard where my dogs have been able to relieve themselves. So my dogs over the years have always pooped and peed in someone else’s yard.… Read More »Is it legal to let your dog poop on someone’s front yard in Missouri?
When my dog Ozzy feels stressed, he makes loud, shrill moans that are ridiculously cute but also make me wonder if he’s having a stroke. After noticing that his anxiety increases quite frequently, our trainer recommended that we give him CBD treats to calm his… Read More »How to manage your pet’s anxiety
2022 F1 world champion Max Verstappen defied team orders at the Brazilian Grand Prix this weekend, by refusing to let Red Bull teammate Serio Perez overtake him, in a move that replicates previous F1 winners. The Dutch driver, who already won this season’s championship at… Read More »Max Verstappen’s ‘Dog Act’ standard behavior for Formula 1 world champions
They are “The Big Eight”. They’ve been in dog limbo too long. Collectively protected at Chicago Canine Rescue for more than 2,600 days, a shocking TWO years or more, a cadre of eight special canines rescued from animal control “kill” facilities are now part of… Read More »No matter your situation, this shelter has a perfect canine for you.
Scott Hammond/stuff An argument between neighbors in Blenheim’s Dix Crescent has turned into a fight involving four people. One woman has accepted that although she never used the pole, she should not have armed herself for a fight over her neighbour’s dogs. Blenheim woman Ilana… Read More »Dogfight turns into four-person fistfight on Blenheim Street
Rosie Romero Special for the Arizona Daily Star For those of us who have pets, they are considered part of the family. Some people refer to their pets as fur babies or four-legged children. Pets are a big problem in the United States. According to… Read More »Helping pets adjust to a new home
A black bear. Photo courtesy of the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife A bear attacked a woman in Winhall on Wednesday, according to the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife. While bear attacks are extremely rare in Vermont — only four others have been… Read More »Bear attacks person in Winhall in second Vermont bear attack in less than 3 months