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Reader Input: Don’t caterwaul to newspaper

Regarding the “Get dogs out of our stores” letter to the editor piece (Reader Input, April 7), I would hate to be one of the woman’s alleged dogs if she and her g ...

Reader Input: Pooch’s gratitude as deep as canyon

I want to thank everyone who helped look for me while I was lost in the American River Canyon last Friday. My people told me that they ran into several very nice folks who promis ...

Reader Input: Hoping Scrappy returns safely

Re: Donnas “Martin” Hoskins and his little pal Scrappy (“Homeless man hopes to get back dog that was stolen from him,” Journal, Oct. 24). What right did t ...

Reader Input: Unjust that pet Scrappy taken

After reading the story in the Sunday Journal about Mr. Donnas “Martin” Hoskins, the gentleman and his dog, Scrappy, I felt very sad for him and his beloved friend, Scr ...

Reader Input: My dog, my baby: No risk

I’m one of those people who brings her little doggie (my baby) into a store in a small bag strapped to my chest or my back, like a small backpack (“Often, dogs just don ...

Bring on the sunshine

(Auburn Journal photo) This dog was enjoying the sunshine in the back of a pickup on Friday as the vehicle stopped at a traffic light on Highway 49. Its owner had been considerate ...

Reader Input: Animal abuse prosecution needs teeth

With the Christmas season upon us, I find that I still cannot shake off the Nov. 17 letter written by Mia Kye in which she related seeing a young boy abusing a dog (“Animal c ...

Canine cancer awareness drives Pilot Hill woman

PILOT HILL – Tinkerbell, a bright-eyed Pembroke Welsh Corgi, was showing signs of trouble. Margot Farrelly was noticing the dog’s stool was bloody and the 8-year-old&r ...

Nub gets a happy ending

The road to recovery can be a long walk for a dog with three legs, but it seems Nub has managed it just fine. The 2-year-old Australian cattle dog became a local celebrity last mo ...

Auburn man rescues dog from injury, abandonment

Auburn resident Jim Stewart thought he was simply doing his civic duty. It seemed like the obvious thing to do. Stewart inspired a flurry of affection and support on the Internet ...