Congratulations to these wonderful pets who found homes in December!
– by Nomi Berger “There’s no place like home for the holidays,” according to the popular 1950’s song. But for many, there IS no home. Not even for the holidays. The “many” are those dogs and cats, either abused or abandoned, surrendered or sick. The “many” are those dogs and cats, perhaps safe for today, while tomorrow remains a question mark. With 2015 drawing
Congratulations to all these wonderful pets who found their “fur”ever homes.
Congratulations to all who found their “fur”-ever homes in October.
By Nomi Berger It’s that time again. For goblins and ghosts, pumpkins and pranks, and things that go bump in the night. But as responsible pet owners, please ensure that your dogs and cats aren’t innocent victims of Halloween’s fun and frolics. Consider the following suggestions to keep your pets safe not sorry. 1. Keep candy out of reach of your pet. Chocolate, especially
Congratulations to all our pets who have found their forever homes this month.
Wow!!! Eleven adoptions in August. Congratulations to all our pets who found their “fur”-ever homes!
Article written by Nomi Berger Coonhounds, like other deep-chested breeds, are at the greatest risk for bloat or gastric dilatation volvulus (GDV), which is second only to cancer as the main killer of dogs. There are many theories as to why GDV happens, but there are still no clearly defined causes for the condition, which can occur in two stages: the first being gastric
Congratulations to these lucky pets who have found their forever homes!
by Nomi Berger Their bodies may be imperfect, but their spirit remains intact. So it is said about the special needs dog. Although caring for one can be challenging, more and more people are opening their hearts and their homes and adopting them. For this reason, more and more dogs who might otherwise be euthanized are being given a new “leash” on life. Experts