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The 4th of July is such a wonderful holiday because it is different than all the others. The outside feel, the grills cooking, family and friends, cornhole, everything we love about America in one holiday and we are blessed enough to spend it in the wonderful town of Cody. One of the few downsides to…

Have you ever done something and then, later on, think to yourself, “how on earth did I ever manage to do that?!” I think that this particular mom had one of those moments when she completely blindsided a bear on top of her fence into her backyard. Just a casual video of a lady unloading…

The Park County animal shelter is such a wonderful place in the community that has strived to help animals find homes right here in the Bighorn Basin and they have done just that. The Animal shelter recently posted on Facebook that for the first time in a while they have not one dog up for…

According to a survey, 50% of pet owners claim that their dog enjoys watching TV. This just goes to show how much we really do care for those doggies of ours. Apparently so much so that it’s important we keep them up to date with ‘Criminal Minds’ or maybe the daily news. I know that…

While the Powder River Basin deals with coal layoffs, the oil industry is going to the dogs.  Gillette is the new home for K9 Pipe Inspections – a company that specializes in training dogs to detect leaks in underground oil and gas pipelines. In a quote to the Wyoming Business Report, CEO Mitch Hager says…

Our neighbors north of the border in British Columbia have come up with a very Canadian way of snowboarding which is effectively dog sledding. A video is going viral from Jade City, BC where a man on his snowboard is pulled across the street by his dogs which are on harnesses.  His method works flawlessly…

Are you and your dog being good stewards of Wyoming’s wildlife in winter? Bridger – Teton National Forest has sent out a reminder for all Wyomingites to observe winter wildlife closures within all national forests. This is the most stressful time of year for wildlife, especially since most female deer, elk, and moose have to…


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