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38180
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The coexistence of animals can be both good and bad. While a cat used for hunting mice and rats on a farm may get the occasional quail, the quail eggs can be transported to a different area where a hen will sit dutifully on them until hatched.
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28042
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The North Carolina Industrial Commission ruled that a pet’s life has no value beyond the cost of a new dog of the same type. A pet has no intrinsic value. The ruling was made after NC State was accused of accidentally killing a dog and the owner’s sued. Pet owners, Herbert and Nancy Shera will appeal the ruling. Their lawyer noted several mistakes that occurred during the trial and ruling and he is optimistic the ruling will be overturned.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 27 Issue 47, November 2010, p5-7 Periodical Website
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38074
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Household pets free to roam around outside can be harmful to animals in breeding seasons, so the author recommends some tips to help limit the chances of this happening.
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28179
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Amanda Arrington is the winner of a 2008 Indy Citizen Award for positively impacting her community. Arrington is the director of the Coalition to Unchain Dogs to free dogs from their tethers by building fences around their yards. The group builds fences for pet owners who can’t afford them if the owners first agree to get their dog spayed or neutered.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 25 Issue 48, November 2008, p17 Periodical Website
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36476
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Animal shelters in Buncombe County used to face a nearly inevitable consequence of killing their animals. In the past nine years, Brother Wolf’s Animal Shelter has been successful at changing this tragic trend. The collaborative efforts of local officials, humane groups, and citizen volunteers have dramatically increased the number of animals given a new lease on pet life. Illustrating the impact is statistics representing reality before and after Brother Wolf’s initiating efforts, 70 percent kill rate versus a 90 plus percent adoption rate. Also illustrating the impact is a profile of Dora, a dog rescued by and receiving medical treatment from the shelter.
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36308
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For Henderson, the word roses can remind natives of a common surname in town. Two native sons most associated with the name: Charlie Rose, longtime host of the TV program “CBS This Morning”; Paul Rose, founder of the department store that opened in 1915. The word can also prompt reminders of Henderson’s blossoming economic development, in establishment of businesses like Iams Pet Foods and a Durham semiconductor firm, Semprius.
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8035
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The College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University offers emergency and specialty treatment to family pets. The animal hospital provides pet owners with an array of treatment options that didn't exist in the past, like chemotherapy for a pet with cancer. Pets arrive from in-state and all across the country. Because it is a teaching hospital, the pets receive a lot of attention from the staff. Nationwide, pet owners spend an estimated $9.4 billion on pet care annually. At NCSU, radiation treatment can cost $4,000 and a kidney transplant for a cat up to $10,000.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 23 Issue 32, Aug 2006, p15-17, il Periodical Website
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31333
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While more people are waiting later in like to have children or choose to not have any at all, often pats are filling that household role. The author interviews a couple from a double income household, that have opted for dogs instead of children.
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38802
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A variety of mishaps can happen to your dog when they are outside, especially if they are used for hunting purposes. These can range from minor cuts to poisonous snake bites, fractures, or poisoning. Some basic first aid knowledge can save your dog’s life.
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38193
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Multiple minor and major accidents can happen to dogs when outside; first aid for common ailments is provided so the dog can hopefully make a full recovery.
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12405
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Not only did people lose homes and property during Hurricane Floyd, many were separated from their pets. Over 1,200 rescued animals were scattered in shelters around the state. Many never were reunited with their owners. In 2003, the State Animal Response Team (SART) partnered with other organizations to provide micro-chips to identify pets. To date, only 56,000 of the state's estimated 2.6 million companion animals have been equipped in this manner.
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Coastwatch (NoCar QH 91 A1 N62x), Vol. Issue , Autumn 2009, p10-12, il Periodical Website
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28517
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Research shows that pets provide people with health benefits, such as stress relief and decreased risk for heart disease. Through the New Leash on Life program, inmates at the Pamlico Correctional Institution in Bayboro, North Carolina are assigned as dog trainers and tasked with rehabilitating shelter dogs. The dogs have a calming effect on inmates and help improve mental health.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 49 Issue 2, Feb 2017, p14-16, il, por
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28004
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A case involving a mistake by a veterinary clinic causing a dog’s death may have legal implications. The Industrial Commission in Durham will decide on the case later this fall and it could set a precedent for animal law in the state. The cost of how much a pet’s life is worth will be decided by the commission and will likely be the new standard for a pet's value in the state of North Carolina.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 27 Issue 34, August 2010, p5-7 Periodical Website
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38671
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Rabies can wreak havoc on animals and humans alike; this article explains the causes, effects, and preventative measures that can be associated with the rabies virus.
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38762
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Nutrition and diet is very important for any household pet, and so is the prevention or eradication of internal parasites. In dogs, these include parasites such as heartworm and tapeworm. The most common types of parasites found in the South are briefly summarized.