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    Pet Vet: Sleepy ferret could have insulin issues

    Today, as we steal from the old "Perry Mason" TV show, we are going to discuss the "Case of the Tired Ferret." (Yes, I know I am dating myself with that reference.)

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    Ada County Pet of the Week: Kiki the domestic shorthair

    Kiki, 4, is a spayed female, brown, black and white, domestic shorthair cat. Petite Kiki was abandoned in need of medical care for a wound on her neck. Treated at the IHS Veterinary Medical Center, she spent some time healing in a foster home. Her foster home reported that she was very good with...

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    Canyon County Pet of the Week: Ivory the retriever

    Ivory, 10-13, is a Labrador retriever blend who didn't have the best start to her shelter journey. She has been in protective custody since May, waiting for a cruelty case to close so that she and her partner could find new homes. Ivory is red and white and dappled in silver hair. she is leash-trained...

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    A few gifts for your favorite pet

    We'll spend more than $58 billion this year on our pets, according to the American Pet Products Association. Here are some gifts for them that won't break your piggy bank:

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    Fido as photographer? 'Pet Cam' has tips for owners

    It used to be enough to take a photo of your pet. But with advances in technology, now the animal can be the photographer, and little Flapdoodle's owner is relegated to a supporting role.

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    Pet Vet: Sneaky little ferret is spending more time sleeping

    Today, as we steal from the old "Perry Mason" TV show, we are going to discuss the "Case of the Tired Ferret." (Yes, I know I am dating myself with that reference.)

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    Ada County pet of the week: Starfish the longhair cat

    Starfish, 2, is a spayed female domestic longhair cat. Starfish is a social, friendly cat that enjoys affection, but has just a small dash of beautiful cat snobbery. She enjoys lounging about in sunny windowsills and being brushed. Her beautifully colored and marked dilute calico coat will require...

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    Canyon County pet of the week: Nog the dog

    Nog, 3, is a pocket-sized shepherd and Aussie blend with a super personality. Nog could play fetch until the cows come home! He can also reach cheetah-like speeds with his compact size (40 pounds). Make sure your pitching arm has warmed up because Nog is one athletic pup.

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    Canyon County Pet of the Week: Jake the terrier blend

    Jake, 8, is a male Parson Russel terrier blend, medium-size weighing 16 pounds. As a senior dog his adoption is free to Senior Citizens, ages 60 and up. Jake came to us as a stray. The shelter is attempting to obtain more information about him from previous owners and will update his file as needed...

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    Canyon County Pet of the Week: Annie the retriever mix

    Annie, 7 months, is a border collie and retriever blend girl.

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