Dog Price – TW Labradors http://twlabradors.com/ Wed, 14 Jul 2021 09:39:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 http://twlabradors.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/tw-labradors-icon-150x150.jpg Dog Price – TW Labradors http://twlabradors.com/ 32 32 Cam Blair Leena Patibandla 2021 Stark County High School Sports Awards http://twlabradors.com/cam-blair-leena-patibandla-2021-stark-county-high-school-sports-awards/ http://twlabradors.com/cam-blair-leena-patibandla-2021-stark-county-high-school-sports-awards/#respond Thu, 01 Jul 2021 01:21:33 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/cam-blair-leena-patibandla-2021-stark-county-high-school-sports-awards/ Cam Blair of Sandy Valley and Leena Patibandla of Jackson were named Male and Female Athletes of the Year at Wednesday night’s Stark County High School Sports Awards. Blair rewrote the county’s football achievement records, won Ohio wrestling honors and played baseball in Sandy Valley. After:Cam Blair breaks another record, Hoover scores big win, Perry […]]]>

Cam Blair of Sandy Valley and Leena Patibandla of Jackson were named Male and Female Athletes of the Year at Wednesday night’s Stark County High School Sports Awards.

Blair rewrote the county’s football achievement records, won Ohio wrestling honors and played baseball in Sandy Valley.

After:Cam Blair breaks another record, Hoover scores big win, Perry and Northwest go undefeated

In football, Blair ended his career number one in the county with 9,181 passing yards and 116 touchdown passes. He helped the Cardinals reach the third round of the playoffs for the first time in school history last fall when he scored 41 touchdowns. He will continue his athletic career with a football scholarship to Ashland University.

Blair finished third in Division III at 195 pounds at this year’s state wrestling tournament. The state double qualifier also helped Sandy Valley reach the quarterfinals of the state duel tournament.

In baseball, Blair has ranked among the county’s offensive leaders on average, walks and runs and pitching leaders in the ERA and strikeouts.

Jackson's Leena Patibandla wins the girls' disc at this year's Division I district track competition.

Patibandla is also a three sports athlete in Jackson. In her sophomore year, she helped lead the Polar Bear volleyball team to a Division I district championship and a place in the regional finals. In basketball, she placed fourth in the county in assists while also ranking among the top rebounders in the county.

In the spring, Patibandla’s success continued in athletics. She won Federal League titles in the high jump and the discus, while placing fourth in the long jump. She qualified for the Division I state competition in the high jump and discus, winning All-Ohio honors in both. She finished second in the regional high jump and discus after winning district titles in both events.

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“Married at First Sight” Star Jessica Studer Believes She May Be Pregnant in Exclusive “Couples Cam” Preview http://twlabradors.com/married-at-first-sight-star-jessica-studer-believes-she-may-be-pregnant-in-exclusive-couples-cam-preview/ http://twlabradors.com/married-at-first-sight-star-jessica-studer-believes-she-may-be-pregnant-in-exclusive-couples-cam-preview/#respond Wed, 30 Jun 2021 19:40:00 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/married-at-first-sight-star-jessica-studer-believes-she-may-be-pregnant-in-exclusive-couples-cam-preview/ Jessica Studer has big news for her twin sister Jen – or at least she thinks she could. the Married at first sight star reveals in exclusive PopCulture preview of Couples Cam that she and her husband Austin Hurd may be further along with their family plans than they initially thought. While Austin is on […]]]>

Jessica Studer has big news for her twin sister Jen – or at least she thinks she could. the Married at first sight star reveals in exclusive PopCulture preview of Couples Cam that she and her husband Austin Hurd may be further along with their family plans than they initially thought. While Austin is on a bachelor party weekend, Jess invites her sister for a girls’ night out, and that’s when she shares what could change their lives forever.

When Jen suggests opening wine, Jess pauses for a moment before revealing, “Uh, well, actually Austin and I decided we were going to start trying to start a family, and I got my period. late. So I don’t. know if I should drink. ” On camera, Jess explains that she would be “very excited” if she was pregnant but doesn’t want to come forward, as she and Austin have just started trying.

Just quitting birth control and dealing with stress at work, Jess tells her sister that her late cycle could be due to “a million reasons” other than her pregnancy. Jen asks if Jess feels like she could be pregnant some other way, but the Lifetime star says she feels “good” right now. “That’s why I try not to hope too much,” she tells her sister, “because I know other members of our family have had fertility issues.”

Jen explains that just because it “takes a long time” for her to get pregnant doesn’t mean her twin will have the same problems. “So how many days are you late?” she presses Jess, who replies, “I think four or five days late.” The preview for Wednesday’s episode ends with Jen making it clear, “I mean, it could be stress, or you could be pregnant,” she says.

Jess opened up about her plans to get pregnant overnight with MAFS co-star Elizabeth Bice in last week Couples Cam, even saying that she was worried about her ability to get pregnant. “Fertility issues have been running in my family, so that’s part of the reason I wanted to start trying to conceive as early as possible,” she said at the time. “So I’m afraid it could take a very long time, if that happens.” Don’t miss Jess’s journey on Married at First Sight: Couples Cam (produced by Kinetic Content), airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Lifetime.

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Boys groped 13-year-old girls then verbally assaulted their parents http://twlabradors.com/boys-groped-13-year-old-girls-then-verbally-assaulted-their-parents/ http://twlabradors.com/boys-groped-13-year-old-girls-then-verbally-assaulted-their-parents/#respond Wed, 30 Jun 2021 04:00:00 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/boys-groped-13-year-old-girls-then-verbally-assaulted-their-parents/ Two 13-year-old girls were followed by two boys who tried to talk to them and then groped them. The girls’ parents went to help them and they were badly treated. Later, two other girls were also groped nearby. The first incident happened at 6 p.m. Sunday on Princess Avenue in Oakham, which recently suffered a […]]]>

Two 13-year-old girls were followed by two boys who tried to talk to them and then groped them.

The girls’ parents went to help them and they were badly treated. Later, two other girls were also groped nearby.

The first incident happened at 6 p.m. Sunday on Princess Avenue in Oakham, which recently suffered a spate of crimes associated with a Christian event last week.

Police said the two boys followed the girls and then “tried to talk to the girls and then touched them inappropriately.”

Police added: “Their parents came to help them and reported that they were then verbally assaulted by the boys as they walked through Princess Drive Park.

“The group left, but shortly thereafter it was reported that two other girls had been inappropriately touched on Princess Avenue.”

A 14-year-old boy from Oakham and a 15-year-old boy from Draycott-in-the-Clay in Staffordshire have been arrested in connection with the incidents and have been released on bail.

Agents are now asking anyone with information about the reports to get in touch.

Detective Constable Sam Bates said: “It was a distressing incident for the girls and their parents.

“It happened in the early evening when a lot of people were probably out.

“We would like to speak to anyone who may have been in the area at the time and witnessed the incidents or captured anything relevant on the dash cam.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting the reference 21 * 343547. You can also visit https://www.leics.police.uk/ro/report/

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Vote for high school boys and girls player of the week June 21-27 http://twlabradors.com/vote-for-high-school-boys-and-girls-player-of-the-week-june-21-27/ http://twlabradors.com/vote-for-high-school-boys-and-girls-player-of-the-week-june-21-27/#respond Tue, 29 Jun 2021 12:01:21 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/vote-for-high-school-boys-and-girls-player-of-the-week-june-21-27/ Here is your chance to vote for the best male and female results in high school last week on the South Coast. Voting will end at 3 p.m. on Thursday. The male and female winners will be posted within regular Friday hours, as well as on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Study and vote at […]]]>

Here is your chance to vote for the best male and female results in high school last week on the South Coast. Voting will end at 3 p.m. on Thursday.

The male and female winners will be posted within regular Friday hours, as well as on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Study and vote at the bottom.

BOYS TRACK

GNB Voc-Tech Alex DaCruz became the first Bear to win an All-State title when he won the triple jump (44-11.25).

GNB Voc-Tech Dominek Borden, who was 19th seed in the 400-meters, was ninth in 50.88 in All-States.

New Bedford Flordan Bazilé was sixth in the 200 meters with a personal best of 22.52 in the United States.

Old Rochester Colby Gross was third in the 400 meters (49.50) at All States.

Old Rochester David reynolds was fifth in discus (149-1) and seventh in shot put (50-11) at All-States.

by Wareham King Ryker placed 14th overall in the pentathlon at the All-State competition. King set personal bests in four of the five events, breaking his own outdoor pentathlon school record with a score of 2,529.

Bishop Stang's Declan Markey protects the ball from Norwell's John Coyle.

BOYS CROSSE

In Bishop Stang’s victory over Fairhaven in the Div. 3 South Final, Bishop Stang’s Declan Markey scored a school record equaling 11 goals and distributed an assist. He also scored Stang’s only goal in the South final against Norwell.

CATCH

Nathaniel Caron came back from an 8-0 drop to beat Braintree’s Tsukasa Watanabe 15-14 at 132 pounds to help New Bedford win 66-3 and advance to the Div. 1 South final.

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Walz orders law enforcement to release body camera footage to families faster http://twlabradors.com/walz-orders-law-enforcement-to-release-body-camera-footage-to-families-faster/ http://twlabradors.com/walz-orders-law-enforcement-to-release-body-camera-footage-to-families-faster/#respond Mon, 28 Jun 2021 19:21:47 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/walz-orders-law-enforcement-to-release-body-camera-footage-to-families-faster/ Five days. WCCO Reports: “Gov. Tim Walz is calling on state law enforcement agencies to develop policies to more quickly release body camera footage during deadly police encounters with families. It’s part of a list of executive actions announced Monday for community safety and police reform. The executive’s action means state law enforcement agencies, including […]]]>

Five days. WCCO Reports:Gov. Tim Walz is calling on state law enforcement agencies to develop policies to more quickly release body camera footage during deadly police encounters with families. It’s part of a list of executive actions announced Monday for community safety and police reform. The executive’s action means state law enforcement agencies, including the Minnesota State Patrol and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, will need to develop a policy that will allow families to “endure the crime.” loss of a loved one during a police encounter ‘of the incident within five days.

Too hot to handle it. WCCO Reports: “Some lakes in Minnesota see dead fish piling up along their shores. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said there had been an increase in the number of fish deaths statewide due to this period of warm weather. “It’s a rare event. We have such extreme drought conditions right now, ”said Tom Burri. Burri is a limnologist consultant for the MRN. He said The rapid warming of lake temperatures puts stress on fish, making them more vulnerable to infection. This resulted in large groups of dead fish in the lakes of northern Minnesota and even in cities like Burnsville and Eden Prairie.

Another blow to the arm. Kevin Wu from KARE reports:As the July 4 weekend approaches, the American Red Cross is looking for donors to deal with a blood shortage across the country. The Red Cross said blood donations generally decline in the summer. In addition, more and more people are returning to their usual activities after the pandemic – which, according to the organization, is leading to a decline in donor participation. “

Glory. Babs Santos of the KMSP reports: “The Rockford High School girls’ track and field team just stood out at the state meet and in return the town put on a parade. “They won it, but really in my heart we won it” [track and field head coach Chad] Robran told parents gathered outside the school. “We won it as a family. “It means a lot, it took a long time to come,” added state champion Cassia Cady. The first place is particularly pleasant, as it is the school’s first athletic state title in 165 years of competition. “You can always say that you were the first team in our history to win a state title,” said Superintendent Rhonda Dean.

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A timeline of the Minnesota Summer Olympians. Steve Marsh’s report from Minneapolis / Saint Paul Magazine: “1948: Verne Gagné is beaten by the future gold medalist Henry Wittenberg at the American trials. Gagné still travels to London but is bitterly disappointed when the American authorities do not allow him to fight. “

Ely in the spotlight. Dana Theide of KARE reports: “A paddler’s dream. This is just one phrase used by Smithsonian Magazine to describe Ely, a town of just under 3,400 people named by the well-respected publication as one of the 15 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2021. With quaint communities ranging from Muscle Shoals, Alabama to Bath, Maine, and Dyersville, Iowa, Ely is described by the Smithsonian as a place of value that can help humans break out of isolation and reconnect as the pandemic abates.

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Super 12 Women’s Lacrosse Finalists Announced http://twlabradors.com/super-12-womens-lacrosse-finalists-announced/ http://twlabradors.com/super-12-womens-lacrosse-finalists-announced/#respond Fri, 25 Jun 2021 15:25:18 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/super-12-womens-lacrosse-finalists-announced/ Members of This week The Super 12 women’s lacrosse team produced impressive statistics. All of the winners were finalists to be named captain – our female lacrosse athlete of the year. The honor was announced on the Central Ohio High School Sports Awards online show on June 30. Visit ThisWeekSPORTS.com for an update. You can […]]]>

Members of This week The Super 12 women’s lacrosse team produced impressive statistics.

All of the winners were finalists to be named captain – our female lacrosse athlete of the year. The honor was announced on the Central Ohio High School Sports Awards online show on June 30. Visit ThisWeekSPORTS.com for an update.

You can watch the show on prixsports.usatoday.com.

Below is the Super 12 for lacrosse girls:

Amanda bailey

Amanda Bailey, Dublin Coffman

The speed of this senior midfielder was evident throughout the Division I playoffs which culminated with the Shamrocks beating New Albany 13-12 to win their first State Championship.

Bailey, who pledged to Mercyhurst, finished with 69 goals and 20 assists as Coffman went 18-5, notably to avenge regular season losses to the Eagles and Upper Arlington in the playoffs.

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‘Too Hot to Handle’ Season 2 Cam is a Sexy Self-Describing Nerd http://twlabradors.com/too-hot-to-handle-season-2-cam-is-a-sexy-self-describing-nerd/ http://twlabradors.com/too-hot-to-handle-season-2-cam-is-a-sexy-self-describing-nerd/#respond Thu, 24 Jun 2021 20:33:55 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/too-hot-to-handle-season-2-cam-is-a-sexy-self-describing-nerd/ The first four episodes of season 2 of Too hot to handle it hit Netflix on Wednesday, June 23, 2021, and it’s safe to say that they haven’t been short of action. Welsh idol Cam Holmes rose to fame thanks to his eccentric personality, his vast knowledge of everything Marvel and The Lord of the […]]]>

The first four episodes of season 2 of Too hot to handle it hit Netflix on Wednesday, June 23, 2021, and it’s safe to say that they haven’t been short of action. Welsh idol Cam Holmes rose to fame thanks to his eccentric personality, his vast knowledge of everything Marvel and The Lord of the Rings-bound, and of course, his positively faint-worthy eight-pack. So what else is there to know about Cam?

“Too Hot to Handle” star Cam Holmes describes himself as a “sexy nerd”.

As the 24-year-old Newport native explained in a promotional clip, he loves everything about fantasy. Arguably, the niche interest immediately helped him stand out from the crowd – and his impression of Gollum was just the icing on the cake.

“I’m a slash model personal trainer. The Lord of the Rings, Wonder, Star wars, Harry Potter. I was playing World of warcraft a lot, “Cam said.” I’m a nerd. Sexy nerd. “

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Cam has 86,400 followers on Instagram and 19,100 on TikTok. His impeccable appearance, keen sense of style, and humorous video sketches have helped him gain a loyal fan base.

Most of Cam’s TikTok videos explore the ups and downs of contemporary dating. Take, for example, the TikTok capturing the sheer terror of having to watch someone scroll through your Instagram feed and take action seconds before you start devouring your direct message content.

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“One day I could be a little pushy. One day I could be sensitive, be pretty deep. Other days I could be extremely weird and funny,” Cam added. “I’m a big fish in a small pond, and I’m ready to dive into the big, deep ocean.”

Despite her insistence on being single, Cam may have found someone special on “THTH”.

Cam befriended London-based model Emily Miller soon after arriving at the Too hot to handle it villa located on the Turks and Caicos Islands. The duo wasted no time, exchanging several kisses in the first few episodes.

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Their ability to create a meaningful connection has been well received by most fans. However, their cast mates might have felt differently. The price of $ 100,000 began to decline rapidly. Cam and Emily were probably at risk of racking up a hefty bill by participating in makeup sessions and other activities.

Cam Holmes and Emily Miller

Source: Netflix

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A lot Too hot to handle it fans believe Cam and Emily’s bond was strong enough to pass the test, with some claiming they may have continued dating after leaving the villa. What is the truth ? Only time will tell.

The first four episodes of Too hot to handle it are now available on Netflix. The next batch of episodes will be available on June 30, 2021.

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Furbo’s dog camera is at its lowest price ever for Prime Day http://twlabradors.com/furbos-dog-camera-is-at-its-lowest-price-ever-for-prime-day/ http://twlabradors.com/furbos-dog-camera-is-at-its-lowest-price-ever-for-prime-day/#respond Wed, 23 Jun 2021 02:04:45 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/furbos-dog-camera-is-at-its-lowest-price-ever-for-prime-day/ I have a confession to make: when I first heard about it Furbo’s treat-throwing dog camera, I thought this was a total gadget designed for parents of helicopter dogs who want to watch their puppy’s every move. Then I brought home a 12 week old Shih Tzu puppy with a bad case of separation anxiety […]]]>

I have a confession to make: when I first heard about it Furbo’s treat-throwing dog camera, I thought this was a total gadget designed for parents of helicopter dogs who want to watch their puppy’s every move. Then I brought home a 12 week old Shih Tzu puppy with a bad case of separation anxiety and quickly changed my mind about the device – which just happens to be at its most expensive. low. never for Amazon Prime Day.

My puppy, Zoey, was barking so often when I left her that a few neighbors in my apartment building complained, but I had no way of knowing until I got home. As I spoke about the issue, a friend of mine reminded me of Furbo, saying the bark alerts were a total game-changer when she trained her Australian Shepherd to stay comfortable on her own at the House.

Desperate to try anything, I ordered it from Amazon right after our conversation. As soon as he arrived, I set him up on the counter in front of his park, downloaded the Furbo app (the whole process took 10 minutes, at most), then I went for a run to test it. A few minutes later, I received a bark alert notification. When I clicked on it, I was taken to the Zoey Cam, where I could see a wide-angle view of the room in real time, with Zoey barking into her gaming pen.

Furbo Dog Camera: Treat Toss, Full HD Wifi Pet Camera, and Two-Way Audio


After this first use, I used the Furbo dog camera every time I left my apartment without Zoey. As she’s gotten used to being alone, bark alerts appear less often, but I still open the app to take a quick peek and see what she’s doing. As a new pet parent, the device gives me peace of mind when I am separated from my puppy and that alone is worth the total price of $ 166 in my book. Right now, however, Amazon has a Prime Day deal on the Furbo dog camera so you can get one for just $ 118.

As well as seeing what your furbaby is doing in real time, you can also use the Furbo to talk to your pets (it has two-way sound) and even throw treats at them. Simply load the camera body with your dog’s favorite snacks, and you can toss them while you’re on the go with a swipe of your finger in the app.

The TL; DR? This device is definitely do not a gimmick, and now I recommend it to every dog ​​owner I know.

]]> http://twlabradors.com/furbos-dog-camera-is-at-its-lowest-price-ever-for-prime-day/feed/ 0 A $ 6.7 million bond to add artificial turf to Ketchikan fields looks set to be presented to voters in October http://twlabradors.com/a-6-7-million-bond-to-add-artificial-turf-to-ketchikan-fields-looks-set-to-be-presented-to-voters-in-october/ http://twlabradors.com/a-6-7-million-bond-to-add-artificial-turf-to-ketchikan-fields-looks-set-to-be-presented-to-voters-in-october/#respond Wed, 23 Jun 2021 01:52:30 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/a-6-7-million-bond-to-add-artificial-turf-to-ketchikan-fields-looks-set-to-be-presented-to-voters-in-october/ A $ 6.7 million bond to add artificial turf to Ketchikan fields looks set to be presented to voters in OctoberNorman Walker Field. (photo by Borough of Ketchikan Gateway) A plan to borrow nearly $ 7 million to modernize and reconfigure some of Ketchikan’s public ball fields could come close to a popular vote. A slim majority of the Borough Assembly declares that it wants voters to assess the cost of the proposal, which could […]]]> A $ 6.7 million bond to add artificial turf to Ketchikan fields looks set to be presented to voters in October

Norman Walker Field. (photo by Borough of Ketchikan Gateway)

A plan to borrow nearly $ 7 million to modernize and reconfigure some of Ketchikan’s public ball fields could come close to a popular vote. A slim majority of the Borough Assembly declares that it wants voters to assess the cost of the proposal, which could be done to the detriment of other priorities.


Going forward with the modernization of the district’s fields despite a sharp drop in district revenues in 2020 and 2021 would come at a cost, finance director Cynna Gubatayao told the assembly.

“There are ways it can work, but it requires compromises,” she said.

The Ketchikan Borough Assembly is weighing a bond measure of $ 6.7 million to finance the modernization of public sports fields around Ketchikan.

It would modernize several athletic fields, including Norman Walker Field near Schoenbar Middle School, which would be reconfigured to better accommodate high school and American Legion baseball teams.

He would expand the larger of the two baseball fields at Walker Field, add new stands and replace the sand playing surface with artificial turf. The smallest field the size of Little League would be done away with, possibly replaced with a parking lot.

The Upper Drency Dudley Field near Ketchikan High School would also receive a new artificial turf surface and would be expanded to accommodate the school’s softball team. Lower Dudley Field would get a new dashboard and expanded seating area.

The bond would also pay over $ 600,000 in accessibility improvements for a field at Houghtaling Elementary.

The planned improvements stem from a 2019 study of the borough’s sports fields, including a survey of the people and organizations that use them. The assembly voted last year to make it a priority.

But Ketchikan’s chief financial officer Cynna Gubtayao said the continuation of the bond on the ground would likely cause delays for a number of other projects – a roof on the Ketchikan skatepark, an outhouse for South Point Higgins Beach and improvements to the Lund Street playground.

Assembly Member Felix Wong said he would rather wait until this summer’s sales tax figures are released. He said he was concerned that putting it to a public vote before the borough had a clear picture of its summer 2021 income could lead the public to reject the obligation and kill. the project.

“So maybe giving it a little more time would give the general public a little more confidence to vote for this,” Wong said.

But a simple majority of four members of the assembly voted to move the link to the October 5 municipal ballot. Assembly Member David Landis said he was optimistic tourism-related revenues would recover sooner than the CFO’s forecast.

“I think it’s important,” Landis said. “I trust the voters to vote directly on this. I think we owe it to the field users to put this in front of the voters. And I think if we don’t, it might never happen.

Landis was supported by Covenants Jeremy Bynum, AJ Pierce and Sven Westergard. Borough officials should bring back the question of the deposit in early August so that the assembly can officially place it on the ballot.

Manager contract

In other business, the assembly approved a salary increase of $ 18,000 for Borough Director Ruben Duran. This stems from contract negotiations which also add six days of vacation for a total of 36 days of annual vacation.

Landis said that until a recent public records release requested by KRBD and Duran’s predecessor Dan Bockhorst, who opposed the pay rise, he was unaware the director consulted with resource staff. employees of the borough on competitive salary levels.

“And it seemed very – it didn’t go well, with the manager asking one of his employees to help him figure out what his salary should be. I think it should have been done independently. I had no idea this had happened, ”Landis said.

He said he wanted to postpone the review of the contract – he said he had lingering questions about how the contract was negotiated. Duran’s current contract expires in December.

Landis, Westergard and Bynum each said the salary negotiation process was “uncomfortable”.

But Assembly member Judith McQuerry didn’t want it. She stood up for the compensation program.

“Putting this back is not in our best interest. It’s pimping. This is about flattering a disgruntled former borough worker, and I am opposed to him bending, ”said McQuerry.

She voted with a 5-2 majority to approve the contract which increases the director’s salary to $ 160,000 per year with six additional vacation days. Westergard and Landis voted against.

Other members of the assembly, including Bynum and Austin Otos, said the $ 18,000 increase for the manager was reasonable. They argued that the previous contract had underpaid the borough’s main administrator, in office since the end of 2016.

Weiss Field Ordinance

Finally, the assembly gave the green light for a code change allowing stricter rules for dogs on Weiss Fields near Point Higgins Elementary School. But the assembly amended the new ordinance to make it clear that dogs would still be welcome on athletic fields.

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Mistakes Dog Owners Make When Handling Pets in Hot Weather http://twlabradors.com/mistakes-dog-owners-make-when-handling-pets-in-hot-weather/ http://twlabradors.com/mistakes-dog-owners-make-when-handling-pets-in-hot-weather/#respond Wed, 23 Jun 2021 01:44:00 +0000 http://twlabradors.com/mistakes-dog-owners-make-when-handling-pets-in-hot-weather/ LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Well-meaning dog owners can make mistakes in the heat that can claim a dog’s life. Below are a few things to consider to help protect your dog from heat-related illnesses. MONITOR WARM DEPLETION, HEAT STROKE Take the case of Dive and Diamond. The two Pit Bull Terriers were left in a […]]]>

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Well-meaning dog owners can make mistakes in the heat that can claim a dog’s life. Below are a few things to consider to help protect your dog from heat-related illnesses.

MONITOR WARM DEPLETION, HEAT STROKE

Take the case of Dive and Diamond. The two Pit Bull Terriers were left in a Las Vegas garage out of direct sunlight, but that didn’t stop the hot air from creating dangerous conditions.

Police say the dogs died of heat exhaustion.

INCIDENT: Las Vegas woman arrested after 2 dogs died in garage

“Dogs are dying there and people are being arrested. It was in the news today that a woman was arrested for two dogs left in a garage,” Gina Greisen, president of Nevada Voters for Animals, referring in their case.

“Animals have no voice,” she said. “They depend on you for their care.”

RELATED: Animal Cruelty and Focus on Heat at Las Vegas City Council Meeting

Dogs are at risk for heat stroke in as low as 80 degrees. They don’t sweat like humans do to cool themselves down, their bodies are designed to retain heat.

Panting is the primary way dogs cool themselves down, cooling the air that circulates in their bodies, but some dogs have breathing problems.

“In Las Vegas, short-nosed dogs are very popular like French Bulldogs, English Bulldogs and Pugs,” said Heather Benson, veterinarian in charge of West Russell Animal Hospital.

“These dogs have changes in their airways that make them more difficult to calm down,” she explained. “So overweight, older, short-nosed dogs are more prone to heat-related injuries. “

AVOID BURNT LEGS

Another problem is the temperature of the soil.

“It’s crazy that people are leaving their dogs on the streets right now,” said Jonathan, a dog owner from the Las Vegas area. “They’re walking them on the asphalt. It’s way too hot.”

Animal experts say it’s important to protect a dog’s paws with boots if you go for a walk in the summer.

“Unfortunately, every year we see pets that come up with heat-related injuries. They are susceptible to injury to their feet,” Benson said. “They can burn their pads on the ground because it’s so hot. Even though they have this pad, it’s not enough to keep the heat from getting inside their feet.”

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FUR KEEP DOGS COOL

Experts also say to properly shave your pets because, contrary to popular belief, dogs’ fur helps protect them from overheating and sunburn.

USE COOLING APPLIANCES

Finally, it is important to have suitable cooling devices inside and outside.

“Hot days are not the time to take our pets out and start exercising. Just like us, you need to work on your conditioning and do the same for your pets,” Benson said. “When we get to the temperatures we are at right now, it’s dangerous and they don’t survive.”

Las Vegas is not an ideal climate for keeping dogs outside, but if you must leave your dog outside you need to make sure there is adequate cooling in place.

“If you have to keep your pets outside during these hot days that we are currently experiencing, one option would be to use a day boarding,” said Benson. “Dog day care centers and veterinary hospitals have the option of leaving your pet there for the day.”

INFORMATION HERE: What you need to know about hot weather and dogs

No one can deny the joy that pets bring into our lives and how important it is to keep them safe.

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