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Accomplish With Kylie: Children's Hospital Therapy DogsFor the last five years, Maureen Leach and her golden retriever, Passion, have spent their Friday mornings at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of St. Paul.
Dog Eats Plate Of Wings At Super Bowl Party, Undergoes Surgery A night of football and buffalo wings could give anybody indigestion, but for a Minnesota dog, it created a dangerous situation. Logan, a 9-year-old golden retriever from Maple Grove, is lucky to be alive after eating chicken wings, part of a football, and a whole lot more, at a Super Bowl party.
Pick-A-Side: Which Is Your Favorite Dog Breed?They're all man's best friend, but which breed of dog makes you howl the most?
Dog Has Surgery After Eating Nearly 2 Pounds Of RocksA Twin Cities dog is recovering Thursday after having emergency surgery on Wednesday to remove nearly two pounds worth of rocks that the dog had eaten, officials said. Gordon, a 7-year-old Golden Retriever, had to be hospitalized at BluePearl Veterinary Partners in Eden Prairie after ingesting 1.79 pounds of rocks.
Charges: Man Tried To Kill Dog With Sledgehammer In SavageA 71-year-old Savage, Minn. man faces numerous charges after allegedly using a sledgehammer to try and kill his dog last week.
‘You Have To Get Help’ -- Vets Share Stories Of Living With PTSDJason Probst described what it was like last year in January when he was driving a vehicle down a street and hit a road side bomb in Afghanistan. "It was like driving and hitting a wall," he said.
Dog Rescued After Breaking Through Ice On Barnum LakeA 3-year-old German shepherd/golden retriever mix was rescued after breaking through thin ice on a Barnum lake early Thursday evening.
Research Pays When Buying Pet Insurance We all love our pets, but when our animals get sick the price tag can be overwhelming.
Most Popular Dog Breeds In The Twin CitiesThe Twin Cities is home to countless numbers of dogs in numerous breeds. So what are the most popular dogs in the Twin Cities?
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