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May 29, 2020


Dog focused book makes for a good read

A Review on All Dogs Go To Kevin by Dr. Jessica Vogelsang Dr. Jessica Vogelsang uses the gifts that were bestowed upon her – to help, care and nurture animals back to health – and weaves in a mosaic of tales – not tails – that not only touches a reader’s heart strings, but the

Surrendering pets is not something to be shamed of.

By Becky Holland, editor@pineywoods.news (First published when I was doing the free blog on the Marshall News Messenger website earlier this year. Resharing due to a reader’s question about the issue of giving away animals. If you have questions, contact the Pet Place of Marshall or the Marshall Animal Shelter) Surrendering your dog or cat

Citizens offer opinions on commission decision on animal shelter

From Staff Reports, editor@pineywoods.news MARSHALL – A Facebook question was posted  by Piney Woods News Editor Becky Holland concerning what the citizens felt about the decision of the Marshall City Commissioners to allocate $400 thousand for a new animal shelter. As mentioned in a previous article, a proposed plan for a new shelter was estimated

The Bowie Street 12 are reported in good condition

From Staff Reports, editor@pineywoods.news MARSHALL – The Bowie Street 12 – the abandoned puppies that were thrown outside a car window late Monday night during the rain storm in the 1600 block of East Bowie Street – are doing well. The puppies – believed to have been just a few hours old and possible Pitbulls

Why a pet column – I am not a vet

For years now, I have been an advocate of journaling, and now with technology, I have been a believer in blogging.I have blogged about everything. For a long time, I tried to stick to a plan – I had quite a following as a book reviewer, and then I wrote devotionals. The moods of those

Marshall co-ed helping those who can’t help themselves

By Becky Holland editor@pineywoods.news COLLEGE STATION – Kannan Reynolds, 18, has always been an animal person – especially dogs. The graduate of Harleton High School remembers the day that she and her family adopted their dog, Sadie, more than 11 years ago from the Marshall Animal Shelter. “I can remember feeling a little sad and

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