Today on KUTV with Issa Arnita (Anchorman) and Lindsey Storrs (Weather), Dr. Dobson discussed the Pet Food Recall and the latest updates so pet owners could make informed decisions when it came to buying their pet food. More information on the Pet Food Recall can be found in our Pet Alerts section, including lists of all recalled pet foods and treats.
Pet Diva News
Dr. Yoeny Calas-Dobson made her TV debut today on KUTV Channel 2 News This Morning. Interviewed by show hosts, Issa Arnita (Anchorman) and Lindsay Storrs (Weather), they discussed basic pet care needs for those who have received an animal or new pet as a holiday gift. Dr. Dobson stressed the importance of having all animals checked by a veterinarian to ensure proper health care. Having your new pet vaccinated and microchipped was also recommended. Dr. Dobson also brought along “Jericho”, a 9 week old chocolate lab puppy that she gave to her mother as a Christmas gift.
Deseret Morning News, Saturday, September 23, 2006
By Jeremy Twitchell
Deseret Morning News
MAPLETON — Though some issues surrounding an application for a snake farm here have been resolved, the local planning commission could not answer questions about possible effects on property values — questions raised by highly resistant residents.
After three and a half hours of tense public commentary and deliberation, the Mapleton City Planning Commission on Thursday voted 5-2 to continue consideration of Dan Sutherland’s application to set up his snake-breeding business in town.
Daily Herald Friday, September 22, 2006
Mapleton council limits snake farm size
NATALIE EVANS – Daily Herald
It’s time to hibernate, and some of Dan Sutherland’s pythons will be allowed to come to Mapleton to do it, though probably not enough to make his business work.
The Planning commission decided Thursday that 212 small animals are allowed. The Sutherlands, moving to the city from California to establish a snake farm, can decide on the combination of animals they bring. Dan Sutherland said the number decided on by the commission isn’t enough to run a successful business.
The decision was made in a council room so full that lucky residents who found seats first were asked to give them up for senior citizens.