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Wednesday, 01 February 2017 14:05

Must love dogs – ‘A Dog’s Purpose’

Canines far outshine human co-stars

Published in Movies

BANGOR - Taking a proactive approach to the greater Bangor area’s animal overpopulation problem and finding new ways to connect homeless animals with caring adopters are just two ways that the Bangor Humane Society continues to fulfill their mission, according to Stacey Coventry, Director of Development and Public Relations.

Published in Cover Story
Wednesday, 03 April 2013 13:07

Mini donkeys find loving home in Hermon

 

HERMON - Wayne Moir is not your typical pet owner. Rather than owning a cat or dog, this Hermon resident, who grew up on a farm in Aroostook County, has opened his heart and home to a different kind of fur ball - miniature donkeys.

"They are like a dog," Moir said. "They come when you call them. They follow each other in a row and you know who is the leader of the pack: Suzy. She's always up front."

Six-year-old Suzy Q, a former show donkey that is a mere 29 inches in height, is the oldest of Moir's three mini-donkeys. He bought her from a farm in Newport last August. 

Published in Adventure

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