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By Patrick Caneday | January 20, 2012
It's not that I didn't want a puppy. Just that I was reluctant, concerned about the responsibility and nightly barking. And available space in our ever-shrinking house. And the mess. And what would happen if it ever got out the front door and into the big, scary world on its own. Yet we've somehow managed to survive human children despite these same fears. Besides, I am outnumbered in my home, three to one. So last spring during a temporary parental vacation from sanity, we brought home not one, but two, puppies; the thresholds for love and pain being sides of the same coin, who's counting?
COMMUNITY
By Joyce Rudolph | October 9, 2012
Northwest Glendale Lions have supported Guide Dogs of America for more than 20 years. Now the club has a puppy to call its own. The club and member Tillman Pink Jr. are sponsoring a puppy - a female Labrador/golden retriever mix named Cybelle - at a cost of $5,000, which goes to training the puppy. The guide dog-to-be will be raised by Sarah Jane Chelin of Chatsworth. The puppy will wear a vest with the names “NW Glendale Lions Club” and “Glen-Park Retirement Communities,” which is owned by Pink, the club's second vice-president.
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By Joyce Rudolph | February 6, 2013
Members of the Northwest Glendale Lions Club received an update on their special pet project - guide puppy in training - when Cybelle came to visit the Jan. 24 meeting at Shakers Restaurant. Sarah Jane Chelin, puppy raiser, and her mother, Chantal Chelin, talked about Cybelle's home life and progress with her training. The dog is cosponsored by the Lions Club and Glen-Park Retirement in Glendale owned by Lions member Tillman Pink. It was Pink's suggestion to adopt the Guide Dogs of America Project.
NEWS
January 7, 2000
Paul M. Anderson GLENDALE -- Glendale police have arrested a15-year-old boy accused of shoplifting a puppy. The boy was arrested on suspicion of grand theft because the 3-month-old Boston terrier he allegedly stole had a price tag of $1,500, Police Sgt. Rick Young said. But since he had no prior brushes with the law, it's likely the boy will receive extensive counseling and probation, if convicted, Young said. The boy is accused of walking into Pets 'R Us, 1418 W. Glenoaks Blvd.
NEWS
September 20, 2001
Tim Willert NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- Garrett Smith jumped at the opportunity to help those affected by last week's terrorist attacks. His Glendale Adventist Elementary classmates quickly followed suit. Garrett, 9, and 25 fellow fourth-graders raised $1,180 for family members of those killed or missing in attacks on New York City, Pennsylvania and Arlington, Va. "I just felt that we could give it to all the people who needed it, who were hurt badly or lost people they love," Garrett said Wednesday.
NEWS
August 7, 2001
Tim Willert MONTROSE -- A puppy stolen from a Honolulu Avenue pet store was returned after a teenage boy blew the whistle on another boy who allegedly took the dog, police said. The puppy, a male lab mix, was taken from Andersen's Pet Shop on Honolulu Avenue about 3:30 p.m. Friday but wasn't reported stolen until Saturday afternoon, Sgt. Bruce Fox said. "The [employee] wasn't going to call us because he didn't think he had anything to tell us," Fox said.
FEATURES
March 30, 2007
At their Annual Big Strike Auction tonight, Friday night, boy scouts of the Verdugo Hills Council are offering an 8 week-old yellow Labrador Retriever puppy as one of their exciting live auction items. The professionally vet-checked and inoculated healthy puppy with an accompanying 10-week dog obedience class is but one of many silent and live auction items available at what Council Executive Director Jon Maeta describes as "one of the most spectacular of all 33 annual Auction Dinners to date" Among the over 300 silent and live auction items available for bid on March 30 at the Castaways Restaurant Big Strike Boy Scout Auction are full week resort condos at Cabo San Lucas, VIP Reagan Library Tour with Gourmet Dinner for eight, Disney Club 33 and Disneyland entry, Glendale P.O. helicopter ride, New Year's Day Parade and Rose Bowl seats, 2007 Indy 500 Seats for four and a North Carolina Biltmore Estate Manor luxurious Cottage stay.
NEWS
By Geghard Arakelian | November 18, 2005
Hitting the brakes to stop for a crossing mountain lion is unusual for some but became a reality one morning last week for Mary Feliton when she came across a puma while driving near the intersection of Woodleigh Lane and Foxwood Road in La Cañada Flintridge. "I was going around the bend, and I had to put on the brakes. I would have expected it to bolt as soon as it saw a car," Feliton said. "The mountain lion was eight-feet long from head to tail." She said the sight of the mountain lion at about 11:20 a.m. Nov. 9 amazed her. The animal's muscular symmetry startled her and its tanned color left her in awe. "You don't know how to describe it, because you've never seen it before," she added.
NEWS
By Angela Hokanson | April 17, 2008
Like moths to a flame, the first-grade students at Incarnation Parish School flocked to their adopted puppy, Sam, at school’s playground on Wednesday. They kneeled in a tight circle around an inflatable kiddie pool as first-grade teacher Diana Girskis placed the dog in a few inches of warm water. “I’m going to let you guys give Sam a chance to have a little bath,” Girskis said. The children took turns lifting handfuls of water onto the puppy’s back, and massaging doggie shampoo into his fur. If the students had inched any closer to the puppy, they would have been in the pool, too. Sam accepted the dozens of petting hands graciously, lounging calmly in the water and barely making a peep throughout the cleaning session.
NEWS
July 21, 2005
This cute 4-month-old Shepherd-mix puppy has been at the shelter since June 22. He was found with a common puppy skin condition that has been treated, and now he's healed and ready to be adopted. This puppy is very energetic and outgoing but he has not had any training, so he would do best in a home where the owners have the time and patience necessary to properly socialize and train him. He's very smart and is at the perfect age to do a training class.
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By Joyce Rudolph | February 6, 2013
Members of the Northwest Glendale Lions Club received an update on their special pet project - guide puppy in training - when Cybelle came to visit the Jan. 24 meeting at Shakers Restaurant. Sarah Jane Chelin, puppy raiser, and her mother, Chantal Chelin, talked about Cybelle's home life and progress with her training. The dog is cosponsored by the Lions Club and Glen-Park Retirement in Glendale owned by Lions member Tillman Pink. It was Pink's suggestion to adopt the Guide Dogs of America Project.
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By Joyce Rudolph | October 9, 2012
Northwest Glendale Lions have supported Guide Dogs of America for more than 20 years. Now the club has a puppy to call its own. The club and member Tillman Pink Jr. are sponsoring a puppy - a female Labrador/golden retriever mix named Cybelle - at a cost of $5,000, which goes to training the puppy. The guide dog-to-be will be raised by Sarah Jane Chelin of Chatsworth. The puppy will wear a vest with the names “NW Glendale Lions Club” and “Glen-Park Retirement Communities,” which is owned by Pink, the club's second vice-president.
NEWS
By Patrick Caneday | January 20, 2012
It's not that I didn't want a puppy. Just that I was reluctant, concerned about the responsibility and nightly barking. And available space in our ever-shrinking house. And the mess. And what would happen if it ever got out the front door and into the big, scary world on its own. Yet we've somehow managed to survive human children despite these same fears. Besides, I am outnumbered in my home, three to one. So last spring during a temporary parental vacation from sanity, we brought home not one, but two, puppies; the thresholds for love and pain being sides of the same coin, who's counting?
THE818NOW
By Katie Landan, katie.landan@latimes.com | August 31, 2011
Mountain lions aren't just wandering out of the hills above Burbank and making appearances in nearby residential areas. One of these big cats was struck by a car and killed Wednesday morning after attempting to cross the 405 Freeway near the Getty on-ramp, The Los Angeles Times reported. The 15-month-old male, known as P-18, was one of three kittens born last year in the Santa Monica Mountains and had been tracked since he was a few weeks old. Trees or puppies?
NEWS
By Patrick Caneday | July 1, 2011
Everything was going just fine. Work is going well, both for me and the wife. The kids are as happy and healthy as two twitchy, frustrating mutant life forms can be — able to bathe and entertain themselves with some semblance of independence. A roof over our heads, cars that are almost paid off, manageable credit-card debt, food on the table. We’re easing into summer, the barbecue is ready, the lawn is green, the garage tidy and everyone is sleeping through the night. Britney Spears is back on tour and a Kardashian is getting married.
NEWS
By Liana Aghajanian, Special to the News-Press | October 25, 2010
Once carrying designer breeds on sale for thousands of dollars, a local pet store has been adopting dogs from the Riverside County Shelter since June, making it one of the first in the Los Angeles area to implement a humane model. With shelters in the area experiencing overcrowding and rising euthanasia rates, Pet Rush owner Rene Karapedian set out to alleviate the situation by helping dogs that would have otherwise been put down. Karapedian put the plan into action after a volunteer from nonprofit animal welfare group Best Friends Animal Society alerted him that his dogs were most likely coming from puppy mills.
NEWS
By Angela Hokanson | April 17, 2008
Like moths to a flame, the first-grade students at Incarnation Parish School flocked to their adopted puppy, Sam, at school’s playground on Wednesday. They kneeled in a tight circle around an inflatable kiddie pool as first-grade teacher Diana Girskis placed the dog in a few inches of warm water. “I’m going to let you guys give Sam a chance to have a little bath,” Girskis said. The children took turns lifting handfuls of water onto the puppy’s back, and massaging doggie shampoo into his fur. If the students had inched any closer to the puppy, they would have been in the pool, too. Sam accepted the dozens of petting hands graciously, lounging calmly in the water and barely making a peep throughout the cleaning session.
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