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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 1, 2012
It's been a long regular season of Ravens football. And our little Teddy has been there all the way, picking great wins and, well, a few losses that had didn't leave his kibble sitting too well. But this is the last of the regular season picks. To end with clean record, he's got to win it. And as the folks over at Frosty Paws promised months ago, if the little pup can pick a winning season, there would be something in it for the dogs of BARCS, the city's largest animal shelter.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | January 1, 2012
It's been a long regular season of Ravens football. And our little Teddy has been there all the way, picking great wins and, well, a few losses that had didn't leave his kibble sitting too well. But this is the last of the regular season picks. To end with clean record, he's got to win it. And as the folks over at Frosty Paws promised months ago, if the little pup can pick a winning season, there would be something in it for the dogs of BARCS, the city's largest animal shelter.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2011
Are you sensing a change in the air? It's week four of Raven's season. The team is looking pretty good -- and, finally, so is our Pigskin Picking Pup. Teddy nailed it last week with his pick in Ravens vs. Rams . As some had recommended. he stopped listening to his head, paying attention to stats and all that noise. He went with his heart. And it paid off. This week, I hear, he's doing more of the same. As Teddy's handler, Phillip puts it, "It seems like just about everyone has picked the Ravens this week, but Teddy found it a tougher pick than that would imply....
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2011
Are you sensing a change in the air? It's week four of Raven's season. The team is looking pretty good -- and, finally, so is our Pigskin Picking Pup. Teddy nailed it last week with his pick in Ravens vs. Rams . As some had recommended. he stopped listening to his head, paying attention to stats and all that noise. He went with his heart. And it paid off. This week, I hear, he's doing more of the same. As Teddy's handler, Phillip puts it, "It seems like just about everyone has picked the Ravens this week, but Teddy found it a tougher pick than that would imply....
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By Kevin Cowherd | July 10, 1997
ON A RECENT trip to the supermarket -- this is what passes for a good time when you're in your 40s -- the shelves were filled with products a bit too user-friendly for their own good.Case in point: new Raid Ant and Roach Killer with "Country Fresh Scent."Is it me, or is this just too incongruous for words?Here you have a product designed to obliterate insects by the thousands, to have them writhing in the most agonizing death throes before they end up stretched out all over the house in little insect body bags.
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By SARAH ABRUZZESE and SARAH ABRUZZESE,SUN REPORTER | November 30, 2005
When Lilo runs, her back legs kick out in that ungainly way growing dogs have. She skitters across the cement-bottom enclosure, her lanky body bucking and wiggling as she enjoys the fall day and the company. It was the first time Lilo, a 1 1/2 -year-old female Rottweiler, had taken part in one of the four weekly play times at the Maryland Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals complex on Falls Road in North Baltimore. Group play is just one of the steps the SPCA is taking to help socialize animals that are up for adoption.
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By SARAH ABRUZZESE and SARAH ABRUZZESE,SUN REPORTER | November 30, 2005
When Lilo runs, her back legs kick out in that ungainly way growing dogs have. She skitters across the cement-bottom enclosure, her lanky body bucking and wiggling as she enjoys the fall day and the company. It was the first time Lilo, a 1 1/2 -year-old female Rottweiler, had taken part in one of the four weekly play times at the Maryland Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals complex on Falls Road in North Baltimore. Group play is just one of the steps the SPCA is taking to help socialize animals that are up for adoption.
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By Kevin Cowherd | July 10, 1997
ON A RECENT trip to the supermarket -- this is what passes for a good time when you're in your 40s -- the shelves were filled with products a bit too user-friendly for their own good.Case in point: new Raid Ant and Roach Killer with "Country Fresh Scent."Is it me, or is this just too incongruous for words?Here you have a product designed to obliterate insects by the thousands, to have them writhing in the most agonizing death throes before they end up stretched out all over the house in little insect body bags.
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