Local Service Dogs Help With Autism, PTSD

Cary, NC – When most people think of a service dog, they think of a guide dog for someone with limited vision or someone who has difficulty with their mobility. But a service dog company in Apex is offering something different, with dogs trained to assist people on the autism spectrum. Read more

Cary Senior Community Hosting Dog Adoption Event

Cary, NC – Easter is typically associated with bunnies and chicks but a Cary senior living community is adding puppies to the mix with a dog adoption event to fit with their Easter Egg Hunt. Read more

Comedians Find Unique Way to Help Dogs In Need

Cary, NC – North Carolina euthanizes more dogs in its shelters than any other state. But one North Carolina organization is trying to help get these dogs to home first and is partnering with nationwide comedians to raise money. Read more


Keep Pets Safe in the Summer Heat


Cary, NC — A worrisome press release I received from the Town of Cary last week inspired me to publish some tips on how to protect your pets from the heat this summer.  Read more

Photos: Dog Days of June


Cary, NC — On Saturday, June 6, 2015, I was right where I wanted to be–at Bond Park and surrounded by dogs. Dog Days of June was a hit, and I captured the moment with these photos. Read more

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Dog Days of June: This Saturday in Cary

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Cary, NC — Simply saying that I’m a dog-lover is an understatement. That’s why I marked my calendar for June 6, 2015 months ago. This Saturday, Bond Park will be packed with dogs of all shapes and sizes for Cary’s annual Dog Days of June event (or a dog-lover’s dream). Read more


3 Steps to Protect Your Pet During the Holidays


Cary, NC — The holiday season is the most dangerous time of the year for our pets. Read on, and learn how to protect your dogs and cats from poisoning, extreme temperatures, and emotional and physical distress. Read more

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AniMall of Cary: Adopt, Shop, Save Lives


Cary, NC — Many people love dogs and cats, but how many work hard every day to save the lives of homeless animals? I had the privilege of meeting Jeremiah Adams, Executive Director of AniMall, who does just that.

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Choosing a Cat-Friendly Boarding Facility

Story by Jennifer Eachus, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and owner of the Cat Clinic of Cary.

Cary, NC – During the holidays, families often find themselves in a bind over what to do with pets when you are going away for more than a day or two. Read more

Don’s Blog: Spring Chickens

Story by Don Frantz, Cary Town Council member, District B. First published on Blogspot. Photo by Max Westby.

Cary, NC – Call me a flip-flopper if you want, but I have changed my mind regarding chickens in Cary. It has nothing to do with “sustainability” or many of the “green” arguments chicken proponents point to – it has everything to do with freedom. Read more