Monday, January 25, 2016

BFTB NETWoof News 1-25-2016 #dognews

Bentley: “Welcome to BFTB NETWoof News. I hope that our friends in the northeast were able to snuggle up and stay warm. We will check with Paisley our Weather Lab a little later. As always, my co-anchor Pierre has the top story.
BFTB NETWoof News set with dog and home fire as top story
Pierre: “Our top story is another example of dogs being awesome. Two dogs in Colorado are credited for saving their family from a fire that destroyed their home. The family of three and the dogs were able to escape without injury.”
Bentley: “Those two deserve a medal and some treats for being heroes. Our second story is another rescue but with the roles switched. The two dogs in this report were rescued from a drain. The owners had been searching for them for several hours. Neighbors had called Animal Services to report hearing dogs barking from the ditch. When they arrived, they were able to go into the ditch and lift the two dogs to safe ground. Luckily, the dogs were microchipped and returned to their people.”
BFTB NETWoof News set with man reading to rhino backdrop
Photo via Aquila Private Game Reserve
Pierre: “We like this report even though it isn’t a dog story. The Aquila Private Game reserve has a new baby. A baby rhino that was abandoned by its mother has found a surrogate in one of the Rangers. He feeds and keeps little ‘Orion’ close by him during these first crucial weeks. One of its favorite activities is having the surrogate read him bedtime stories.”
BFTB NETWoof News story on circus elephants retiring
Photo Credit to Ringling Bros. Circus
Bentley: “That is definitely awww-inspiring and you never outgrow loving bedtime stories. Our last story is a victory that has been many years overdue. Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus are retiring their elephant act. As we have learned more about elephants and their strong family connections, it was considered cruel. The elephant will live out their lives on an elephant reserve. They deserve to be under big open skies, not the closed Big Top.”
Paisley: “Is it time for the weather? I have so much to report!”
Pierre: “Yes, let’s take a look at this week’s forecast. Will the northeast be able to dig out of all that snow?”
BFTB NETWOOF Weather forecast
Paisley: “They really did have a massive amount of snow over the weekend. Many school children and parents have an extra day off today. New York City saw an accumulation of 28.6” which makes it one of the largest snowstorms in their history. The sun will shine on the northeast this week with some temperatures rising above freezing. The north will continue to receive snow but it will be a mix of snow and rain in the northwest. California can expect sunny skies and most of the south will be nice with cooler temperatures arriving in the middle of the week. Florida and the southeast will experience some of the wet stuff this week. I’m not forgetting our friends in the center of the country. You will be feeling a nip in the air as your temperatures will be cool. That’s going to do it for the weather; back to you, Bentley.”
Bentley: “Another fine forecast from our Weather Lab. Thank you for stopping by and allowing us to fetch the news for your entertainment. Be sure to join us as we discuss how the Bayou Boys are trying to #Mixitup with our follow-up to our Raw Boost Mixers post tomorrow, Wordless Wednesday, Thoughtless Thursday and my new fashion accessory on Friday. To make it easier, sign up to have us delivered in your email or on Bloglovin’. Have a wonderful week and remember to grab yourself some happy.”

    
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25 comments :

  1. Thanks for always keeping us updated with the current news! We are SO glad we missed the blizzard here!!

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  2. Our relatives in Virginia are really snowed under!

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  3. I's just glad I's not in dat snow - me and momma had more dan enuf when we lived in Bawston!

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  4. We are sad the snowstorm didn't hit our area, we would love a big dumping. Maybe next time? Have a great week!

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  5. wow, 4 paws up for the two hero-pups of colorado. I hope the white storms do no hard damage and no one will lose his home...

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  6. We have big fans and supporters of the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee - all their ellies are also retired from the circus or zoos.

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  7. Wow, I totally love your news reports! Great stories today and we all love a happy ending. I'm so glad for those elephants. My territory has been super lucky this Winter, so we thank Paisley for the excellent forecasts for us.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

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  8. We are so glad that California is going to probably have sunny skies for the Super Bowl. We have had a lot of rain and hope for more after the big game.

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  9. Another brilliant and informative NetWoof News!

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  10. Those poor doggies. And the weather, yikes. We gots sun in California
    Snorts,
    Lily & Edward

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  11. Thanks for the update!! Our fave!! Denise & ~Shasta

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  12. Dogs are awesome and these stories every week only prove it more!! There was a story about the snow in NYC and they showed people at the dog park!! Puppies still need their exercise!!

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  13. More great stories! thanks guys and gal. We got more snow but nothing like back east
    hugs
    Mr bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  14. I heard about the elephants retiring. They are such smart, loving and soulful creatures. So glad that Ringling Bros. is doing the right thing.
    --Wags (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  15. Thanks for a great news update, I love the story of the 2 lost dogs who made it home thanks to their microchips! I'm always harping about the importance of microchipping dogs & cats!
    Love & biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  16. OMD...So very much going on!! We just love the human reading to the baby Orion!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  17. We are glad the circus is dropping the elephant act. There's no way those elephants can enjoy that kind of life. Paisley sure was excited to give that weather report!

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

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  18. Well now dat's a lot of news. And good news at dat. Weez sendin' lots oof purrayers fur all those caught in da storm. Hope y'all are stayin' wamr and safe. Have a gweat week.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  19. Hurray for the elephants and for the ranger caring for that baby rhino and especially for the brave dogs who saved their families! Three cheers for all these heroes!

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  20. Great newscast, I heard about the elephants and my co worker who worked in a zoo told me it cost lots and lots of money a year to house one elephant.

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  21. WOW!!! There are so many stories out there about dogs saving their humans from fires. Truly inspiring!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  22. There is a wonderful elephant sanctuary in Tennessee. It is a non-profit organization licensed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Great News for the circus elephants. But we need better weather to report.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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  23. Other than the poor people who got the blizzard, it was all good news this week - we love it, guys!
    The blizzard didn't make it far enough north to hit us, and we're enjoying those warmer temperatures this week too - yippee!
    Jan & the crew at Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  24. That blizzard was something. Glad it was not here. :)

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