Dozens participate in Filthy Pet dog Path Run

Yips and barks resounded close to Midland Town Forest Saturday early morning as puppy proprietors and canines alike participated in SOS Animal Rescue’s 12th once-a-year Soiled Canine Path Operate.

This year’s event lived up to its name as a number of pet dogs – both equally huge and tiny – had been splattered with mud even before the walking and working commenced, many thanks to the earlier night’s rainstorm.

Persons and their canines had the possibility to take part in a 10K operate, 5K operate or walk and a 1-mile walk. Joann Taylor, president of SOS Animal Rescue, claimed that 125 participants had pre-registered and she predicted about 40 walk-up registrations the working day of the event.

Among the 1-mile walkers had been Ernie Christiansen and his spouse Beth Balgenorth of Midland and their 3 rescue canines: Rosie, a 2-yr-old English Springer Spaniel and Staffordshire bull terrier blend Radar,

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Flying canines make dozens of new very best good friends in Ipswich
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In one level of competition, kids saw how fast they could toss a frisbee though Piazza clocked their pace with a radar gun. Most have been over 20 mph.

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by Ella Niederhelman

IPSWICH — From bouncing backflips to traveling Frisbees, these puppies were flying substantial Wednesday afternoon.

The Ipswich General public Library hosted Mike Piazza and his talented border collie’s of Flying Higher Dogs on Wednesday afternoon, August 4, at the Corridor-Haskell Property lawn.

With a crowd restricted thanks to COVID-19, Piazza carried out for 125 Ipswich citizens on the green neighboring the Hall-Haskell Home.

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Beginning the show off with the nicely regarded tune, “Who Let the Canine Out,” Piazza introduced 3 of his five distinguished border collie’s.

Oreo, at just 11 weeks old, commenced the exhibit. The pup ran towards the crowd of young children and family members, and was

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