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Monthly Archives: February 2012

Fundraising to benefit the Refuge Chats Verdun

On Sunday, March 25, a new special photo session will take place, the profits of which will benefit the Refuge pour chats de Verdun.Professional photographer Andrea Cook (Éléphant mauve) will be available to photograph you with your favourite pet, or to do a portrait of your pet alone, whichever you prefer. Please note that only small pets in their carrier …

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Could your housecleaning be harming your pets?

I used to love Swifters!  After-all they are fast and for those quick jobs…..what could be better?  I even love the commercials when the dirt gets picked up so easily and I can count the time I save. But at one point I realized that my  housecleaning was NOT green and could actually be dirtying my household environment and harming our pets …

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Rescue Round-Up News February 24, 2012

Read all about it! Here are some recent rescue items from around the globe! Crews rescue family dog from demolished house Abandoned dog loses eye, needs new home Cat Saves Owner's Life Just Hours After Being Adopted Heroic miracle dog loses face while saving children Calgary vets give feral Alberta bunnies the ‘snip’ NY photographer records lives of stray dogs, cats in Cancun

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VAN HALEN FEVER – WIN TICKETS & AUTOGRAPHED ALBUM

APPROX 1 IN 16 CHANCES TO WIN* Montreal Dog Blog and PetitsPawz are raffling off the following items: A) ONE SET OF VAN HALEN TICKETS (2 tickets) Date: Thursday March 15th, 2012 Where: Bell Center, 7:30 pm Seats: Floor – Section Nord, Row X, Seats 5 & 6 B) ALBUM– AUTOGRAPHED BY VAN HALEN Beautifully presented Comes with certificate of …

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RIP Stanley: Condolences

Losing a pet is never easy. Even when we know they’ve lived a long and full life, it is still a difficult thing to go through. But to have them taken from us in a brutal fashion is unthinkable. Pets are our companions, our friends, our family.  Only people who have loved and lost pets can understand this particular kind …

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Fostering 102 – FINDING THE RIGHT RESCUE

 Fostering 102 Finding the right rescue  Every rescue has its own guidelines and values so you should do your homework to find out which will work best for you.  The easiest thing before even applying to see if you’re a fit is to learn as much as you can on the internet.  So, for the next 10 days do the following: …

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When Pugs Swim (or How to Exercise Your Dog in the Winter)

Lola Pug spends as little time outside as she can when the temperatures dip, and this generally makes exercising her a big issue when January/February comes around. We can only visit her pug buddies so many times until we all become bored with each other. (and my baking isn’t THAT good as to garner continual invitations) We have an arsenal …

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They never forget and neither do we!

On Wednesday night I saw a man get hit by a car.  I was just leaving the University after  hosting a Women in Leadership Mentor meeting.  It was 8:30 and the streets were still alive with hustle and bustle but there was a peacefulness as well since it was after most classes had already finished.  I was walking to my …

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