The Mentalist (8-9 p.m.) and Big Brother (9-10 p.m.) will air LIVE on WSTR in its regular time period. Big Brother will also be recorded for an encore on Local 12 from 11:37 p.m. to 12:37 a.m. click here for more
Have you recently lost your pet? Have you found someone elses and are looking for the best way to get the word out? Contact us here at LOCAL 12!
Use the form below to provide us with your contact information so that we can post your lost pet's information.
We will email you to obtain a image or photograph of the lost or found pet.
Don't Forget Your Tags!
In Ohio, all dogs over three months of age must be registered (licensed) with the county auditor. The licensing of any dog residing in Hamilton County can be completed by using this mail-in form or by visiting any one of a number of convenient licensing agents. If you and your pet live outside of Hamilton County, please contact your local auditor's office for information.
Dog licensing is much more than a law you need abide by. The tags and the identification number they contain could also help return your prized pet to you should he or she become lost!
Vacationing with Pets
Vacations are a lot more fun if you share them with your best friend!
If you plan to take your dog with you, careful planning and safety precautions will make travel more enjoyable for both of you. Please visit the ASPCA Virtual Pet Behaviorist at www.aspcabehavior.org to find a number of articles that can make your travels fun for everyone!
• It's a lot safer for everyone if your dog is securely fastened or confined during car trips. A large dog in your lap or a small one bouncing around the accelerator pedal can be distracting and dangerous--and should you have an accident, your unrestrained dog might be thrown about the cab. Popular options for safe dog travel include dog seat belts, crates, and car barriers.
• Don't forget to microchip your dog before leaving home, and attach an ID tag with your cell phone number to his collar. If you're travelling to multiple places during your trip and you don't have a cell phone, you can buy inexpensive temporary ID tags to use along the way.
THINGS TO BRING
• Pack a spill-proof water bowl, your dog's regular food, and medications he takes and his favorite toys for playing fetch or tug.
• It's also a good idea to bring along something you can use to safely secure your dog for brief periods, such as a crate or an exercise pen.
Click here for more great tips and information from the ASPCA!
The ASPCA Virtual Pet Behaviorist specializes in the resolution and management of pet behavior problems only. Please do not submit questions about medical problems here. Only licensed veterinarians can diagnose medical conditions. If you think that your pet is sick, injured or experiencing any kind of physical distress, please contact his veterinarian immediately. A delay in seeking proper veterinary care may worsen your pet's condition or put his life at risk.
Major business and economic events scheduled for today
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Labor Department will report today on the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits last week. Also, the Commerce Department will report on the U.S. trade gap for July.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 03/21/14 -- Companies that pride themselves on being eco-friendly may have conflicted ideas between marketing with ad specialties and maintaining their green reputation. ...
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