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by TIM ROWLAND | December 26, 2005
A couple of weeks ago, we had about three inches of snow. Then, the ground-surface plummeted to 20 degrees, while up in the stratosphere, the air warmed into the mid-30s. Along comes a major storm system, in which precipitation from way up high fell as rain, but froze upon hitting the earth's surface, creating a quarter-inch crust of solid ice on top of the existing snow. As any weatherman can tell you, these are the perfect meteorological conditions to own a dog. Not a reserved or careful dog, but one of those energetic, edgy, hyperactive, Joan Rivers dogs.
NEWS
October 29, 2005
Bullet is a mixed breed - possibly a basset hound/Jack Russell terrier combination. He's a neutered male who is younger than 2 years old. Lovable and fun loving, it's recommended that his adopted family have children ages 10 and older. Pet tip Quality dry food provides a well-balanced diet for adult dogs and can be mixed with water, broth or canned food. Puppies should be fed a high-quality puppy food. Limit "people food," because it can result in vitamin and mineral imbalances, bone and teeth problems and might cause picky eating habits and/or obesity.
LIFESTYLE
December 20, 2012
Anderson Photographs announces the contest winners for the Anderson Alleyways 2013 pet photo calendar.  Additionally, Anderson Photograph will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Dawg Desk Calendar to the Humane Society of Washington County. The Canine Pin up winners for 2013 are as follows: January - Maggie May Freckles, the Great Dane owned by Charity Greenfield. February - Gunter, a Boykin spaniel owned by Reginald Fallin.  March - Charlie, a mixed breed owned by Angie and Tom Riford April - Bianca, a mixed-breed dog owned by Angie and Tom Riford May - Bella, a sheltie owned by Ann Mathena June - Charlie, a Jack Russell owned by the Hogan and Carr family July - Madeleine, owned by Ann Rotz August - Peter.
NEWS
August 14, 2006
The following animals recently were found and taken to the Humane Society of Washington County. If you think your pet is among those listed, you may visit the Humane Society of Washington County at 13011 Maugansville Road. Shelter hours are noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday and Friday; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Call the shelter at 301-733-2060 for more information. These animals may be made available for adoption after five days. Dogs No. 47 - Staffordshire terrier, adult, black and white, found in Waynesboro, Pa. No. 50 - Terrier mix, young adult, white, found on White Hall Road.
NEWS
by TIM ROWLAND | February 8, 2007
If I haven't written about this sooner, it's been out of guilt. On one hand, I want to close my eyes, ignore it and pretend it never happened. On the other hand, if I do that, someone else might make the same mistake. Several weeks ago, perhaps you noticed a letter to the editor from a very nice woman named Rosemary Redding who wrote that her family had read about the lawless Jack Russell terrier named Jake Biscuit and decided to obtain a member of the breed for themselves. I so wish she had contacted me prior to the acquisition so I could have performed a canine intervention.
NEWS
by BONNIE H. BRECHBILL | November 16, 2003
bonnieb@herald-mail.com Big dogs, little dogs, eager dogs and not-so-sure dogs entered the veterinary building at Wilson College Saturday for a bath, blow drying, nail clipping and ear cleaning. Students in Wilson College's four-year Veterinary Medical Technology course wore brightly-colored smocks and pampered the pets at the Veterinary Medical Technology Club's semi-annual fund-raiser, Michaela Fry of East Waterford, Pa., a senior in the VMT program, said most of the dogs like the pampering.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | July 7, 2007
Jefferson County Sheriff's Department Deputy Andy Rew has long hair, weighs about 87 pounds and understands a bit of the Czech Republic's Slavic language. And to the apparent dismay of a certain Jack Russell terrier named Cory, Rew, a German shepherd trained for law enforcement, feels like he rules the house, according to Sheriff's Deputy G.W. Kilmer, the K-9's crime-fighting partner. "The little dog growls and tries to bite at the big dog," Kilmer said of the apparent "little man syndrome" now in play at his home these days.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | July 7, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA.-Jefferson County Sheriff's Department Deputy Andy Rew has long hair, weighs about 87 pounds and understands a bit of the Czech Republic's Slavic language. And to the apparent dismay of a certain Jack Russell terrier named Cory, Rew, a German shepherd trained for law enforcement, feels like he rules the house, according to Sheriff's Deputy G.W. Kilmer, the K-9's crime-fighting partner. "The little dog growls and tries to bite at the big dog," Kilmer said of the apparent "little man syndrome" now in play at his home these days.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | October 20, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Tyke towered over his lone competitor and easily became the paws-down winner of the "Biggest Pet" title at Sunday's Pet Fun Fest in Waynesboro. Long before his category was called, the Great Dane was "hugging" his handlers by placing his paws on their shoulders. His class came in the midst of a half-dozen others, including "best dressed," "most vocal" and "best trick. " Kristine Wildeson of Waynesboro said it took her Jack Russell terrier "about five treats" to master rolling over on command.
NEWS
by TIM ROWLAND | February 17, 2004
All right, two words for Mother Nature: Not funny. Everybody's stir crazy. Everybody has a couple of winter-related disasters to relate. For me, it was a collision with a mogul on the ski slopes. I'm happy to report that the mogul came out of it OK, although my lower back less so. Aside from the back, my own personal problem with the winter arose out of garbage. In a rare moment of thaw, about four weeks ago, runoff from the roof bled into the 30-gallon trash can, and that night froze the contents solid.
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LIFESTYLE
December 20, 2012
Anderson Photographs announces the contest winners for the Anderson Alleyways 2013 pet photo calendar.  Additionally, Anderson Photograph will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Dawg Desk Calendar to the Humane Society of Washington County. The Canine Pin up winners for 2013 are as follows: January - Maggie May Freckles, the Great Dane owned by Charity Greenfield. February - Gunter, a Boykin spaniel owned by Reginald Fallin.  March - Charlie, a mixed breed owned by Angie and Tom Riford April - Bianca, a mixed-breed dog owned by Angie and Tom Riford May - Bella, a sheltie owned by Ann Mathena June - Charlie, a Jack Russell owned by the Hogan and Carr family July - Madeleine, owned by Ann Rotz August - Peter.
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NEWS
November 30, 2011
Jack Russell terrier lost in Mount Lena area Lost - Jack Russell terrier Where - The dog is missing from its home on Greenbrier Road in the Mount Lena area. When - The dog has been missing since Nov. 18. Description - The dog is described as a purebred Jack Russell terrier. It is mostly white but has some brown around its eyes. It has long legs. It answers to the name Willie. Reward - A large reward is offered for the safe return of the animal.
NEWS
October 22, 2008
Lost - Jack Russell terrier. Where - The dog was last seen in the Mousetown/Gilardi Road area. When - The dog has been missing since Oct. 8. Description - The female dog is a white Jack Russell terrier, wearing a pink collar. It answers to Jemma. Phone number - If you have seen this dog, call 301-432-8615 or 240-285-8894.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | October 20, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Tyke towered over his lone competitor and easily became the paws-down winner of the "Biggest Pet" title at Sunday's Pet Fun Fest in Waynesboro. Long before his category was called, the Great Dane was "hugging" his handlers by placing his paws on their shoulders. His class came in the midst of a half-dozen others, including "best dressed," "most vocal" and "best trick. " Kristine Wildeson of Waynesboro said it took her Jack Russell terrier "about five treats" to master rolling over on command.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | July 7, 2007
Jefferson County Sheriff's Department Deputy Andy Rew has long hair, weighs about 87 pounds and understands a bit of the Czech Republic's Slavic language. And to the apparent dismay of a certain Jack Russell terrier named Cory, Rew, a German shepherd trained for law enforcement, feels like he rules the house, according to Sheriff's Deputy G.W. Kilmer, the K-9's crime-fighting partner. "The little dog growls and tries to bite at the big dog," Kilmer said of the apparent "little man syndrome" now in play at his home these days.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | July 7, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA.-Jefferson County Sheriff's Department Deputy Andy Rew has long hair, weighs about 87 pounds and understands a bit of the Czech Republic's Slavic language. And to the apparent dismay of a certain Jack Russell terrier named Cory, Rew, a German shepherd trained for law enforcement, feels like he rules the house, according to Sheriff's Deputy G.W. Kilmer, the K-9's crime-fighting partner. "The little dog growls and tries to bite at the big dog," Kilmer said of the apparent "little man syndrome" now in play at his home these days.
NEWS
by TIM ROWLAND | February 8, 2007
If I haven't written about this sooner, it's been out of guilt. On one hand, I want to close my eyes, ignore it and pretend it never happened. On the other hand, if I do that, someone else might make the same mistake. Several weeks ago, perhaps you noticed a letter to the editor from a very nice woman named Rosemary Redding who wrote that her family had read about the lawless Jack Russell terrier named Jake Biscuit and decided to obtain a member of the breed for themselves. I so wish she had contacted me prior to the acquisition so I could have performed a canine intervention.
NEWS
August 14, 2006
The following animals recently were found and taken to the Humane Society of Washington County. If you think your pet is among those listed, you may visit the Humane Society of Washington County at 13011 Maugansville Road. Shelter hours are noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday and Friday; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Call the shelter at 301-733-2060 for more information. These animals may be made available for adoption after five days. Dogs No. 47 - Staffordshire terrier, adult, black and white, found in Waynesboro, Pa. No. 50 - Terrier mix, young adult, white, found on White Hall Road.
NEWS
by TIM ROWLAND | December 26, 2005
A couple of weeks ago, we had about three inches of snow. Then, the ground-surface plummeted to 20 degrees, while up in the stratosphere, the air warmed into the mid-30s. Along comes a major storm system, in which precipitation from way up high fell as rain, but froze upon hitting the earth's surface, creating a quarter-inch crust of solid ice on top of the existing snow. As any weatherman can tell you, these are the perfect meteorological conditions to own a dog. Not a reserved or careful dog, but one of those energetic, edgy, hyperactive, Joan Rivers dogs.
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