The Top Dog Breeds Most Likely To Destroy Your NJ Shore House

The experts say that the most popular time to adopt a puppy for most places is during the fall. Here in the Garden State, it always seems like people get a dog right before the start of the summer months. Truthfully, that makes sense. When you think about the fact that school’s get out in … Read more

‘We were surprised and appalled’: My wife and I enrolled our terrier, Spencer, at puppy day school. They used electric-shock collars. Should we ask for a refund? Or threaten to sue?

My wife and I adopted a terrier during the pandemic. It was the best decision we ever made, aside from getting married. But this is a close second. We had some minor issues with Spencer — named after the late Diana, one of my wife’s favorite royal figures — “escalating the play,” according to one … Read more

SouthCoast Successful Women Business Owners Spotlight

I’ve been around the SouthCoast long enough to notice the abundance of strong women who have either come from nothing and risen to success or are simply strong advocates for women within the local community and beyond. It goes without saying that the SouthCoast is home to a diverse group of businesses, each with their … Read more

Take a trip to Popcorn Park Zoo and Animal Refuge in Forked River

As you prepare your list of things to do this summer with the family, with the kids, with friends, or on a date, make sure you mark down a visit or two at the Popcorn Park Zoo and Animal Refuge located in the Forked River section of Lacey Township. There are more than 200 animals … Read more

Someone Left a Heartless Note on a Car in Waretown, New Jersey

It’s the year 2022…and people are still behaving this way? Being kind is one of the first lessons we learn growing up, but it’s amazing how some people seemed to have missed the boat on that one. How many times have you seen a viral post with someone being hurtful to one another? They’re disappointing … Read more

This One Wall Township, New Jersey Farm Rescues More Than Animals

Over the weekend we were driving around the Shore area finding something to do, something new to explore. We stumbled on this little farm in Wall Township. It was a location we have been hearing about for a while but never really checked out until we literally drove past it. Twice. It was something, with … Read more

First annual “Strolling For Service Dogs” helps local veterans in need

YARDLEY, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — “Literally when Cooper came into my life, he saved my life,” said Michael Howard. Howard joined the United States Marine Corps in 2004 at the age of 18. But it wasn’t until 2012, a year after he completed his service, that he started noticing a problem. “Once you get out, you’re … Read more

Dog lovers unite for Paul Bunyan Dog Training Association’s 10th annual event – Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI — “Fur-bulous” canines and their “paw-ssionate” handlers kicked off the first day of the Paul Bunyan Dog Training Association’s 10th annual United Kennel Club all-breed dog show on Friday, Sept. 10, radiating enthusiasm to demonstrate their dedication to the complex sport in the ring. Even that first morning, the Beltrami County Fairgrounds were alive … Read more

Dog show, National Night Out and Tuck Fest highlight weekend events

Oct. 1-3: Tuck Fest multi-day festival is held at the US National Whitewater Center Trying to figure out what to do? This calendar, published weekly on Thursdays, can point you to some of the best options in Lake Norman. We’ve included some dates for future events you need to register for in advance. Here’s a … Read more

AIDS Walk Arizona raised $230,000 for HIV/AIDS services

In addition to being a talented operatic singer Clayton also has a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She currently combines her performance experience with the platform of total mental well-being in a private practice geared towards the specific needs of performing artists but also those in the LGBTQ community and beyond. … Read more