U.S. Federal jury unanimously decides disabled veteran can take his service dog to work

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A ruling by the U.S. District Court in Little Rock, Arkansas was made after a five-day trial by jury concerning whether or not a disabled American veteran should be allowed to take his service dog to work. Army veteran Perry Hopman and his service dog …

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Thanks to social media networking, dog who escaped from Canada and crossed into Maine reunited with family

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Thanks to the quick networking on social media between two countries, a lost dog who accidently crossed from Canada into Maine (USA) is back at home with her family. A German shepherd named Diamond escaped Saturday from her Clair, New Brunswick, Canada home and ended …

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“Rex” has a century-old statue in Brooklyn cemetery where people place sticks to honor his memory

Green-Wood Cemetery is a 478-acre cemetery in the western portion of Brooklyn, New York City near the corner of Sycamore and Greenbough Avenues. Although it is the final resting place for many famous departed New York residents, this Halloween a dog named Rex is getting …

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A rare hairless opossum rescued in Texas goes viral. Now she’s getting a new wardrobe.

A rare hairless opossum who was turned in recently by a Good Samaritan concerned about it’s health is now the proud owner of a winter wardrobe after the story of her rescue went viral on social media. The opossum was turned in to South Plains …

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From Texas to Florida: Couple drove more than 20 hours to reunite with dog stolen 6 years ago

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A Texas couple recently drove more than 20 hours to be reunited with their Chihuahua mix. who turned up over 1,000 miles from home. The 15-year-old dog was stolen from their backyard six years ago. The Vasquez family had given up hope of ever seeing …

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Atlanta-based food writer has taken her knowledge of fine dining and made one hungry chipmunk very happy

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COVID-19 has sidelined a lot of businesses this year, leaving people to find their own way to deal with what has for many become a new (and highly stressful) way of life. This holds true for Angela Hansberger. Angela is an Atlanta-based food writer whose …

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