Two little brother & sister puppies are coming to Massachusetts to find their forever homes. North Ender Rosina Fabbo tells us that a former family that adopted from her years ago had to put down their dog and wanted to adopt another Puerto Rican pup. Since they were paying for a kennel and didn’t want [...]
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The Eliot School Daisy Girl Scout troop spent Thursday afternoon on the Prado with RUFF, Responsible Urbanites for Fido. North End dog owners, Sarah, Holly & David, stopped by to teach the girls about the responsibilities that come with owning a dog in the city. The Eliot School Daisy Girl Scouts are led by North [...]
For years there has been a very bad trend In our beloved neighborhood we call the North End Bad dog owners would just leave their mess Annoying neighbors and creating a lot of stress Dog owners or not it was time to put up a fight And address the irresponsible owners to make things right [...]
Freeway invites all dogs to stop by the Post Gazette at 5 Prince Street for a Halloween treat on Tuesday, October 30th or Wednesday, October 31st. See the details below.
Old North’s annual Blessing of the Animals Ceremony brought dozens of pets and humans to the Prado despite the drizzly weather on Sunday afternoon. The service commemorates the life of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. Rev. Steve Ayers, Vicar, and Rev. Matt Kruger, Asst. Vicar, of the Old North Church gave [...]
Ah, Saturday morning! My favorite time of the week. No work, no responsibilities, bright sunshine and a great day to be alive. I think I’ll go get a morning coffee for myself and my wife before I take my 5 year old out to play. I get dressed, open my front door, step onto the [...]
Are you missing the fuzzy, long-tailed, beady-eyed rodents? According to residents, the earthly creatures are few and far between these days and showing up much less than at this time last year. The update came at Tuesday night’s meeting with John Meany, Director of Environmental Services at the City’s Inspectional Services Department. The meeting was [...]