DOGS

When NEADS World Class Service Dogs invited U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern to visit the Princeton facility in 2013, the Democrat representing the 2nd...

DEERFIELD – A dog that police say was abandoned in nearly 100-degree heat last month has been nursed back to health and deemed by the Franklin...

PHOTOS: Might the dog days be over?

8/16/18

Arthur Samuelson throws a stick for his dog on a misty morning by the Deerfield River in Shelburne. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the “Dog...

MONTAGUE — People paraded their pups — from Chihuahuas, to Siberian Huskies, to Shiba Inus and all types of mutts — down a red carpet in Millers...

K-9 Officer Sunny retires from Montague PD

8/8/18

MONTAGUE — After seven years of sniffing out drugs and tracking down suspects, K-9 Sunny will enjoy his golden years as a full-time family pet.The...

GREENFIELD — German Shepherds, poodles, Irish Setters, spaniels of all sorts and their dog-loving humans pranced about at the Pioneer Valley Kennel...

UPDATE: This story has been updated since firefighters discovered one of the dogs survived the fire.SHUTESBURY — A fire destroyed a home and...

GREENFIELD — Police added a new officer to their ranks — of the furry, four-legged kind.Donut, a 9-week-old Saint Bernard, was brought on as a...

TURNERS FALLS — A service dog-in-training and his owner will pay a visit to Greenfield Savings Bank Saturday.Mary Ellen Fydenkevez and Cash, a 9...

Tech students make donation to local shelters

4/16/18

TURNERS FALLS — Thanks to Franklin County Technical School’s Pre-Employment Program students, two meaningful donations were recently made to a...

Kelsey Richardson and her father John Richardson of Greenfield walk their rescued Bullmastiffs Jasmine and Lulu across the covered bridge in...

NEW YORK — America’s new top dog is set to become best in a Broadway show. Flynn the bichon frise is taking quite a victory lap on Valentine’s Day,...

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