• Missouri birds|Eastern Phoebe

    The Eastern Phoebe typically doesn’t live in Missouri year-round but rather migrates into the state around early March. They hang out here until early October when they begin their migration south. While here, they typically have at least two clutches of eggs with 2-6 eggs per clutch.

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  • Turner & Hooch

    Last week I received a message from Gena Davis. Her family owns and operates Semo Dog Trainers in Fisk, Mo. She was asking for help. Fisk is a rural community

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  • Rabies and Booster vaccinations for just $25

    Malden Veterinary Clinic will be providing off site vaccination clinics, for reduced prices, at the following locations. Cost are Rabies $10.00 Rabies and DA2PPV OR FVRCP Booster $15.00.

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    Dismembered horse found in Kansas City Missouri Park

    Monday evening Jack Lowe was hanging out, playing Frisbee golf, in Kessler Park in the Northeast section of Kansas City, Mo. “I threw an errant Frisbee golf shot, and it

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  • Falcon Watch 2019! Seasonal webcam enabled

    World Bird Sanctuary , Missouri Dept. of Conservation, and Ameren have teamed up to present the 2019 Falcon Cam. You can view the cam live daily 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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  • Trial for Jason Hampton begins March 12

    On March 2, 2018 Jason Edward Hampton of Farmington, Mo. was arrested and charged with Animal Abuse – 2nd/Subsequent Offense Or By Torture And/Or Mutilation While Animal Was Alive { Felony E RSMo: 578.012 }.Bond was set at $10,000.00.

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  • Caruthersville Humane Society going home | temporarily waiving adoption fees

    “We have two shelters full of animals that we are working on rehoming and preparing for a move.” she said, “ and we are making basic upgrades and repairs to the Caruthersville building to prepare for state licensure. We ask that citizens understand that for a couple of weeks or so, we may not be operating either facility at full service.”

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  • FDA makes additions to pet food recall

    The recall stems from complaints received that dogs eating the identified brands of food experienced vitamin D toxicity. Samples tested showed vitamin D at toxic levels. Consumption of the foods can cause kidney failure or even death.

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  • Kidney (renal) failure in dogs

    Kidney, or renal failure as it is more commonly known, is when the kidneys can no longer filter waste products metabolized from blood. When in failure, kidneys lose the ability to regulate or balance fluids (when the body should expel or retain) , electrolytes (that keep cells hydrated), and pH (acid) in the body.

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  • The convenience of pet supplies delivered right to your door

    So I looked around and found several retailers online that would ship my dog food and other supplies right to the house. No more shopping and minimal labor.

    Some had totally free shipping with orders of certain amounts or more. But I found three well-known retailers that had auto ship programs that offered not only free shipping, but discounts for being enrolled in their program. 

    So, not only could I get the convenience of home delivery, but I could get free delivery, discounts, and I don’t even have to remember to place my order anymore. Twice a month, it just shows up at my house. 

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Missouri birds|Eastern Phoebe

The Eastern Phoebe typically doesn’t live in Missouri year-round but rather migrates into the state around early March. They hang out here until early October when they begin their migration south. While here, they typically have at least two clutches of eggs with 2-6 eggs per clutch.

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