Pay It Forward Pet Bloggers Blog Hop

This weeks Pet Bloggers Blog Hop is going to be a little bit different then normal. In our session at BlogPaws last weekend Neil from Life with Dogs (who joined us via cell phone because of Hurricane Irene) and I asked everyone in the room to think of a few words that come to mind when asked to … [Read more...]

Emergency CPR for Dogs and Cats

  CPR for cats and dogs is similar to CPR for humans. These directions assume the animal is unconscious and the risk of being bitten by the animal is not present. A dog or cat that is injured or overly stressed out will not react the same way to your presence as it would normally. It is … [Read more...]

Biker Gang Riding to Support Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind

Not all Bikers ride in hopes of bringing fear to those they pass by some ride because they share a mutual passion of the open road and wind blowing through their hair other ride together to help bring awareness to different causes. One such group is the Ottawa River Riders who host the annual Guide … [Read more...]

Guest Post – Fostering a Pet During a Hurricane

No, I didn’t foster Irene and create all the recent excitement. Instead, I responded to a call from a local shelter, the Salem (NH) Animal Rescue League. Their shelter is essentially a set of mobile homes, and they wanted all the animals out, in real homes and with people to take care of them, … [Read more...]

Austin Texas Animal Shelter Looses A/C in 112 Degree Heat

Staff, volunteers and members of the community are pitching in, taking extreme measures to protect the dogs and cats at the Austin Humane Society from the relentless heat which was made even worse when a city transformer blew out around 4 a.m and burned out the building's A/C motors, leaving dogs … [Read more...]

Everything You Need to Know About Surviving Hurricane Irene with Your Pet / Pet Bloggers Blog Hop

As Hurricane Irene threatens a large swath of land along the Eastern Seaboard, the ASPCA is deploying emergency responders to help rescue and shelter animals displaced by the storm. Members of our Field Investigations and Response Team are working closely with the New York City Office of … [Read more...]

Puppy with Fatal Knife Wound Left at Gas Station

The New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Police (NJ SPCA) and the police are investigating the murder of a 2-week-old pit bull puppy on July 26 at the 19 Express gas station on Routes 1/9 North in the Avenel section of Woodbridge. Between 11:30 a.m. and noon, a vehicle … [Read more...]

Write a Post Help a Dog Campaign 2011

  BlogPaws the Conference for Pet Bloggers, Pet Brands, and Pet Health Care Professionals is only a day away now and in honor of the occasion Pedigree has decided to launch a Write a Post, Help a Dog Campaign. For those of you who missed the event last year in September 391 bloggers wrote … [Read more...]

Camilla Duchess of Cornwall Rescues Puppy

Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall has adopted a new puppy named Beth from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. It was announced by the Royal Social Media Twitter Account Clarence House Monday. "Beth is a charming, confident little puppy and we know she will be very happy in her new home," Battersea's chief … [Read more...]

End of Summer Dog Swims Around the Country Raise Money For Charity

At the end of the summer after community pools around the country close for the season many are opening their doors to local dog friends to enjoy a day or two of swimming with pool entry fees going to dog related charities. It is not something I have really thought about before. I thin it is a great … [Read more...]

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