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Photo courtesy of David Arias.

Shelby Humane Society develops program to house animals in domestic violence situations. more

People/Places

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Taking care of a pet with special needs can be tricky, but it is something Kim McCulla is familiar with. more

Businesses

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Photo by Erica Techo.

Get to know the dogs who go to work with their owners in the 280 area. more

People/Places

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

The rain fell and the phone rang, but Jamie Green savored the chaos on June 5. Her new business, Ruff Kutts Grooming, had finally opened after one month of intensive preparation and 17 years of experience building. more

People/Places

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Photo by Erica Techo.

With help from their dog, Chelsea brothers spend summer establishing candle-making business more

People/Places

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Photo by Erica Techo.

There have been two confirmed cases of rabies in North Shelby County, and experts are urging pet owners to take precautions. more

People/Places

It’s easy to forget how sensitive animals can be. more

Rick Watson

Service Dog

Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

Like any dog, Rascal loves his toys and his treats. However, the 6-year-old Labrador also gets excited to put on his harness and act as owner Brandy Wood’s eyes. more

People/Places

GBHS Adoption Day

Photos by Madison Miller.

The Greater Birmingham Humane Society hosted an adoption event Thursday in honor of the Just One Day Pledge. more

People/Places

Paws for the Cause 2014

Photo courtesy of Inga Clum.

Take your mutt out for a strut to support his fellow, furry friends without forever homes at Veterans Park on Saturday. more

People/Places

The Shelby County Humane Society has set adoption fees at $17.76 for the month of July. Fees will be waived for active military personnel and veterans. more

News

This Saturday, bring your furry friend to Veterans Park for the pet extravaganza of the season. more

News

Growing up, sisters Christine Sato and Mary Woolbright had dreams of their future. The Inverness residents decided to combine their passions and open Fancy Fur in 2008. more

Businesses

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280 Living September 2018