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Q & A on pet adoption with the Humane Society of Grand Bahama
We will be announcing a fantastic holiday adoption special very soon and thought it might be useful to answer some commonly asked questions and debunk a few myths along the way.
You have so many dogs and cats - why don't you just give them away for free?
Good question! We charge a nominal adoption fee for two reasons. One;...
"The kids are not taking care of the dog." Or cat, or hamster, or bunny. We hear this fairly often as a reason to surrender a family pet to our shelter. There are so many benefits for kids to grow up with pets that is makes us sad when the parents make such drastic decisions.
Did you know that some studies have been done that show that children growing up with pets in the home are healthier the fi...
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party chairman Bradley Roberts claimed opposition leader Dr Hubert Minnis “needs to go back to political school” after committing the biggest political blunder the veteran politician said he has ever seen.
Mr Minnis was named during a House session on Wednesday after refusing to apologise for comments he made about Prime Minister Perry Christie’s relationship with Peter Nyga...
haunted houses, costume parties and fire- works . Halloween is full
of fun things for you and your family to enjoy, but it's one of those
holidays that is enjoyed more by people than by pets. Keep the following
precautions in mind when preparing for the frightfully fun festivities
and help ensure that everyone in your family--including your pet--has
The Bahamas and Germany link up for a new single Jamaican style.
Reggae is a global force and the work of Peter Runks and Pow Pow is some
of the best in international reggae. "Why Should I" off the album
"Words of Truth" is the result.
Reggae artiste Peter Runks has been making a name for himself,
especially since his hit single "Badness Outta Style" and he has kept up
his positive messages ...
NASSAU, The Bahamas -- The
College of The Bahamas President, Dr Earla Carey-Baines thanked The
Bahamas Society of Engineers (BSE) for its $40,000 gift to fund the
Peter Gordon Memorial Bursary.
During a press conference on
Wednesday, October 27, 2010, Dr Carey-Baines said the Memorial Bursary
is named in honour of the former Director of Public Works, who contributed
significantly to the dev...
On the Sunday prior to school officially reopening, parishioners at St. Peter's Anglican Parish in North Long Island came together at St. Andrew's in Whymms for the family service to pray for students as they returned to school for the new academic year.
Father Chester Burton encouraged the youth of the church to be humble.
"Humility is a gift from God and scripture reminds us that a humble child ...
Death notice for Christine Cooper, 57, of Cambridge Street off Nassau Street, who died at the Princess Margaret Hospital Saturday October 15th, 2011.
She is survived by:
Her father: Pedro Neilly
Husband: Wilfred Cooper
One son: Zhivargo
One daughter: Tanya Cooper Fernander
One adopted daughter: Lasade Rolle
Thirteen grand-children, Three great grand children
Twelve sisters: Katrin...