RRUFF

RRUFF celebrates first anniversary

A pack of dog lovers and man’s best friend will lead the way into the Christmas Tree Lighting festivities Dec. 8 in the Reindeer Pooch Run, a celebration of dogs, owners and ...

Foothill Rubber Ducky Festival slated May 6

It will be raining ducks on Sunday, May 6 Actually the tiny Rubber Duckys will be dropped from a hot air balloon during the Foothill Rubber Ducky Festival scheduled from 8 a.m. to ...

City’s celebrates new recreation amenities

The city of Rocklin is partnering with the newly opened Final 9 Sports and RRUFF (Rocklin Residents United for Fido) to host three open house celebrations Thursday at Johnson-Sprin ...

Rubber Ducky Festival taking flight

Rubber duckies will rain from the sky on May 6, tumbling down from the Re/Max hot air balloon during the Foothill Rubber Ducky Festival in Rocklin. The duck drop is just one of t ...

Illness temporarily shuts down local dog park

By Jon Brines Placer Herald Correspondent Rocklin’s only dog park has reopened after an outbreak of an infectious illness forced the closure of the park for two days. Vicki Cu ...

Dogs, owners check out new park

Rocklin’s first dog park “unofficially” opened last week at Johnson-Springview Park. With the fence and gates in place, several dog-owners and their canine companions check ...

Building begins for dog park

After nearly two years on the drawing board, construction of Rocklin’s first dog park is underway at Johnson-Springview Park. On Monday, crews from Arrow Fence Company began dig ...

Letter to editor: Benefits to dog licensing

We sympathize with the concern Ms. Little (Herald, 10/6) has about some people not being able to afford a license for their dog. A bigger concern is this: If someone cannot affor ...

Letter to Editor: Team Tina, Nanook out of running

The results have been announced. Unfortunately Team Tina & Nanook didn’t win the 2011 Beneful $500,000 Dream Dog Park contest. The team from Alabama is the winner. There will no ...

Boy and his dog inspire Rocklin City Council

Eleven-year-old Garrett Ruslin has fallen in love with Leah, his family’s two-year-old, six pound Chihuahua. “I think she is really funny and cute,” Garrett said. Now Garre ...