Archive for February 2013

Cats and kittens – Successful Spay-A-Thon for Tree House

Tree House Humane Society had high hopes for World Spay Day this year. The organization was offering free spay and neuter services for feral cats in the hopes of “fixing” 50 cats in advance of kitten season. The organization did two mass trapping projects on Monday and pulled 26 homeless cats off the streets for... Read more »

World Spay Day and Healthy Start give pet families new options

One of the things you can do to tackle your community’s pet overpopulation issue is to get your pet spayed or neutered. If you look at the number of puppies, kittens and young cats and dogs left behind at animal control, it’s not hard to recognize the drop in numbers if more families took advantage... Read more »

Pet Peeves of pet neighbors - much ado about poo

Ah yes – February is Responsible Pet Owner’s Month and in my affluent neighborhood, you’d think everyone would toe the line on being good pet parents. You would think some of the normal pet peeves that run rampant would not be a worry. In the land of dog collar bling and Coach pet carriers, what... Read more »

Dogs: Canine Concierge gets pet parents on track

When people add a new pet to the family, they often head out to the pet store to set up their home for a smooth transition for their dog or dogs. Crates, leashes, beds, toys, food and bowls are just a few items on the top of the list to help your new dog or... Read more »

Pet adoption - Try fostering a cat or dog first

Many years ago, I was pet-less for several years during a time when I worked long hours while establishing my career. I eventually moved in with a roommate who had a couple of cats. During that year, I realized that I did have the time and energy to welcome a cat or cats back into... Read more »
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