We all want the best for our pets, and one way to ensure that your pets are healthy, happy, and safe is to keep an eye on the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) recall list.
Dog rescued from 30-foot hole at old nuclear power plant
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SURGOINSVILLE, Tenn. — A construction worker helping to install solar panels Tuesday in a field beside an abandoned nuclear reactor heard a dog barking as if it were in distress.
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