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A sign at 4131 N. Broadway touts the opening of "your reptile destination."
Care for Real, on Sheridan Road, was also awarded $52,000 to build a walk-in freezer and cooler.
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The ordinance would allow stores to sell only dogs and cats from shelters and humane societies.
The Lakeview radio host's book, "Decoding Your Dog," hopes to debunk myths about pooches.
Chickens and goats and bees, oh my! Urban farmers learn the dos and don'ts of Chicago ranching.
Saturday's Urban Livestock Expo aims to teach people how to raise animals responsibly.
A unique Facebook page has helped reconnect thousands of pets and their owners since 2010.
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But critics complained the problem does not lie with pet stores that sell dogs.
Two weeks ago, vandals tried to break into the dog park's shed, which will require money to repair.
A total of 57 mature trees where black-crowned night herons nest are set to be taken down.
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