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Monthly Archives: July 2011

You can do ANYTHING, but not EVERYTHING!

  I realize that a big part of my life is dedicated to “helping”.  I work at a local university and very happy that I play a valuable role in helping and guiding students as they make important decisions about their future and in achieving their professional/personal goals.  I also do a lot with regards to green and sustainable living.  At …

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BakeSale Fundraiser for Angel

Every penny counts! We will have tons of cupcakes, cookies, muffins, fudge, other yummy surprises on sale! We will be nail clipping  from 10:00- 4:30 for dogs, cats, bunnies, rodents, and ferrets with a minimum donation of $ 3.00 And if you need pet supplies tomorrow is the day to do it!  10% of all in store sales are going …

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Stanley’s Road to Recovery – Country Weekend

             Stanley joined my family in the country this weekend to say good bye to Tyson, he was buried in one of the most beautiful garden’s of some very dear friend’s of our family.        Tyson loved being up in the country and some of my favorite photos of him were taken up …

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Rescue Round-Up News July 29,2011

Read all about it! Elephant With Prosthetic Foot In Cambodia (VIDEO) Six Poached Baby Gorillas Rescued, Returned to Congo.(video) Dozen sad puppies found in recycling bin after cruel owner "throws them out like rubbish"

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When Pugs Fly

The Pug is a real trooper when it comes to traveling. She is great in the car and on the plane (in-cabin, only, please) – less great on boats (wet = bad) – and not so great on public transit. I do my best to take Lo with me to as many places as I can, and I think she …

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Fundraiser – Angel the dog needs medical help

Angel is a beautiful little pitbull who was found wondering the streets of St. Henri, lactating and bruised. We suspect she was beaten and put outside after being used for breeding. She has been recently badly bitten by another dog (pitbull) and has been seriously injured. She is currently on morphine and being treated by Dr. Plasse at the Lasalle Animal Hospital. …

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Strangled dog will have eye removed

A good samaritan found little Gizmo in Laval last week.  A young shih tzu, tied up alone, severely injured.  He was suffering with a traumatic eye injury – concluded by a vet to have been caused by the pressure of strangulation to his neck.  Unfortunately, the eye cannot be saved.  It will have to be removed this week. Please read …

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Dealing With Summer Heat the Feline Way

While we’re all struggling to find ways to keep ourselves and our pets cool, cats have found a solution that they are completely satisfied with. They find a spot on the cool floor, stretch out, and–*yawn*–take a nice, long cat nap. In the spirit of cats’ relaxing coping method, let’s stop the words now and fill this post with pics …

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The Benefits of Pet Ownership

Every day we search for methods on how to reduce stress, anxiety, tension or how we can become more physically fit.  There are always the typical solutions like journaling, yoga, dieting and meditation; however, these solutions often come along with unrealistic expectations and goals and therefore are often short lived and actually end up doing the opposite of what we …

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Rescue Round-Up News July 22,2011

Read All about it! 17-year-old dog Patches saves himself from death row - by singing Happy Birthday (video), Video: Kitten saved by a whisker on M5 in Ireland,German Police Pick up Drunken Owl

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