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My name is Tealy and I am a female, black lab mix with a white speckled chest, which is very cute and I weigh about 32 pounds. I have a small frame and am about 10 months old. At first I am a little shy but I warm up quickly. I really like playing with toys. My owner wanted to ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of July 15th

This is the middle of July, so I feel that this is really the middle of summer. Actually, we still have plenty of days of hot weather ahead of us. The water temperature of Lake Michigan is still in the low sixties. I remember when Lake Michigan wasn’t really warm enough to swim in until sometime in August. I’m a ... Read More »


My name is Mitzy and this week I am the Pet of the Week. I am a female calico and am about 5 years old. I am quite plump and a very sweet lady. My owner had to move and brought me to Animal Control. I’m a little shy at first but I like people and will come out of ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of July 8th

I mentioned last week how difficult it is, at times, to get together with family. My siblings and I have been working since last February to set a date to celebrate my one sister’s eightieth birthday. Either she was out of town, I had other commitments, or the weather was not suitable for traveling. At first we were going to ... Read More »

Found Puppy

(July 3, 2013) — Animal Rescue Fund, a St. Joseph County-based animal welfare organization, is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for abandoning a puppy in a box in Burr Oak, Mich. The Case: The Animal Rescue Fund gives the following account: On Tuesday, ... Read More »

The process is a roller coaster

When I decided to change course in my career and move from the banking and insurance world to that of education, I knew things would not be easy. In addition to going back to school to FINALLY secure my degree in elementary education, I knew the job market was already saturated with prospective teachers. Or in other words, a college ... Read More »