Tuesday , 12 December 2017

adoption

Guest Post: One Dog’s Journey from Kibble to Raw

How I Improved my Dog’s Nutrition, One Dog’s Journey from Kibble to Raw – Guest Post by Orly Leitner  DISCLAIMER: This is our personal story of which I am happy to share with you. Everything I keep learning is from hours and hours of research, experimentation and of course, common sense. These instalments will provide you with insight into the …

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I Had To Say Goodbye Today

     I had to say goodbye today I held you to my heart Through tears we begged to save you It’s not our time to part. ___   I had to say goodbye today But I wanted you to stay Let’s have another summer Please, have just one more day ___   I had to say goodbye today It …

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How much attention do cats really need?

cat lovers, cats need attention, lots of love, the furry, no more independent

When did we start believing and accepting that cats are able to stay home ALONE for days at a time? 3, 4 days even 5 days alone. Fill 5 bowls of food, 5 bowls of water and 2 litter boxes out for them to fend for themselves on this great adventure!!! Its true, cats are more independent than dogs. They …

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MDB’s 6th annual Paw It Forward: $4000 for animal rescues!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! MDB loves the holiday season because this is when our bloggers get to “Paw It Forward” and help rescues that mean a lot to us! Where The Money Comes From Our generous advertisers! The folks you see in the sidebar on the right hand side of this page – AND in the …

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5 Ways Cat Rescuers Can Make Adopted Cats’ Lives Better

  As animal rescuers, we become very accustomed to the adoption process. We choose our questions carefully and read into every word a potential adopter gives in response–sometimes a little too much–and this helps us to feel comfortable in our decision to let the animal in our care be adopted into the perfect new family. But there are so many …

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Montreal’s Pit Bull Heartbreak: Dr. Lissa Altschuler

Montreal’s Pit bull Heartbreak  – by Dr. Lissa Altschuler  As a vet, I am happy to walk into an exam room and see a pit bull, wonderful members of the canine family. They are definitely not on my list of dogs that make me reach for a muzzle (In fact, I have never been bitten by a pit bull). So, what is the difference between the pit bulls we see in our veterinary practices and the dogs we read about in the newspaper? I think the …

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Tinkerbelle, the Blind Cat – Dr. Amanda Glew

Tinkerbelle, the Blind Cat  – Dr. Amanda Glew  As a veterinarian, I have had the pleasure and privilege of vetting animals with many disabilities – the 3 legged labrador, the paraplegic daschund, and numerous vision impaired dogs and cats. However, there is a difference when dealing with an animal who goes blind, versus one who is born blind.  This is the …

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Gimme Shelter – Kitty & Pooch Photo Contest

PetitsPawz is excited to be holding the Gimme Shelter Kitty & Pooch Photo Contest to raise funds for PetitsPawz and other local rescues. Donations will also be made to the Fort McMurray Wildfire Animal Relief Fund. It’s FREE to enter! Enter Sunday, May 8th at 9am through June 5th. Head on over to the contest page to register! http://www.gogophotocontest.com/petitspawz Entering …

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Goodbye For Now: A letter to my dog

Goodbye: A letter to my dog  – by Nat Lauzon  Dec 28th, 2014.  One year ago. It’s the day your journey as a dog ended, and your next chapter began as something else.  As everything else, I guess. If you had any idea how many times I’ve tried to write this over the months, you’d wonder why I wasted so …

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MDB’s 5th Annual Paw It Forward: $4000 for Animal Rescues!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! MDB loves the holiday season because this is when our bloggers get to “Paw It Forward” and help rescues that mean a lot to us! Where The Money Comes From Our generous advertisers! The folks you see in the sidebar on the right hand side of this page – AND in the …

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