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A visit to the neighborhood horses

A visit to the neighborhood horses

WYOMING - We introduced our son Matthew to the two horses on 56th Street Wednesday night.

The two light brown horses live in a corral on 56th Street near Ivanrest, right across from Maple Hill Golf Course.

Both horses came right over to the fence when we crossed over from the trail along 56th and seemed friendly, but we decided not to stick our hands in to pet them.  We didn't have any treats for them either.

The owner didn't come out, so we don't know the horses' names or even if they want people coming up to them, but they are at least pretty to look at...and pretty interesting for a 13-month old.

Urban Wildlife in Forest Hills – George’s Backyard Critters

Urban Wildlife in Forest Hills – George’s Backyard Critters

This is a story about urban and suburban wildlife.  It’s probably a story that is repeated across West Michigan from the lakeshore to Greater Grand Rapids.  You can imagine this story happening in Grandville, Hudsonville, and Walker on the west side to Ada, Cascade, and Lowell on the east side and Rockford and Sparta to the north and Kentwood and Wyoming to the south.  It’s a story about how backyard critters can entertain us, and at other times, causes us to cringe.  This particular story is based in the Forest Hills neighborhood in eastern Kent County. 

Part 1 – Meet the Cast of Characters:

My dog, George, loves to watch what’s going on in our backyard.  My husband and I have our TV set; George has his “Backyard TV Set”.  Sometimes the scene in the backyard is a drama, other times it’s a comedy.  George can spend hours watching the “characters” having breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Eating a

Carnival coming to Wyoming to benefit Dog Park

Wyoming, Mich. (WZZM)--A carnival is coming to Wyoming to benefit the Dog Park this month.

The carnival starts April, 22nd and goes through May 1st.  Rides and games will be set up behind Studio 28 on 28th Street. 

The carnival is benefiting the Wyoming Dog Park.

Baby-Ready Pets workshop hosted by Humane Society of Kent County

From: http://www.hskc.org

Sept. 4
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Baby-Ready Pets
Humane Society of Kent County
The Humane Society of Kent County offers a workshop to help prepare your pet for the arrival of your bundle of joy. With a little training and assistance, you can make it a safe and (relatively) stress-free experience for the whole family. To register for Baby-Ready Pets, please contact Jennifer Self-Aulgur, Humane Education Coordinator, (616) 791-8066 or jennifer@hskc.org.