Posts tagged "pet adoption"

Priceless Pets: What Really Matters is Love

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Watch what happens when a pet store decides to give away (that’s right give away) shelter pets….Most of all, they’re not from puppy mills. Type your email address in the box and click the “create subscription” button. My list is completely spam free, and you can opt out at any time.

Steve and Steve to Adopt Camille, Evanston Animal Shelter

Steve and Steve to Adopt Camille, Evanston Animal Shelter
Adopt Camille. She came to the Evanston Animal Shelter as a stray in early December and has been nothing short of a complete sweetheart. Still, no need to wait for Valentine’s Day to adopt her out. You can do that Tuesday (January 26) with Steve Cochran and Steve Dale on WGN Radio, at 9:35 AM... Read more »

SPCA Puerto Vallarta: A Very Special Sanctuary

SPCA Puerto Vallarta: A Very Special Sanctuary
On the outskirts of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, away from the beach sports and tourist hustle and bustle, barking dogs greet visitors to the SPCA Puerto Vallarta. Dogs and cats are rescued from the streets and sometimes out of abusive conditions. Some are ill and require serious veterinary intervention. At SPCA Puerto Vallarta animals with special... Read more »
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Chicago Animal Control: Christmas for Doggies

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It’s one thing to critique a lifeguard who doesn’t manage to save a person….it’s another thing to be that lifeguard. I’m trying to say that it’s always easy to critique from the sidelines. It’s a part of the human condition. How many of us jeer a poor play on the football field, but how many... Read more »

Your Resolutions for Pets for 2016

Your Resolutions for Pets for 2016
I asked readers and Facebook fans (at www.facebook.com/SteveDalePetWorld/) to offer New Year’s resolutions for pets for 2016. Here are some of your replies: “My goal is to give my rescued Great Pyrenees the opportunity to be a therapy dog,” N.S.K, St. Charles, IL. “After hearing your podcast about Vets for Pets ,I resolve to find a... Read more »

Adopt This Dog for the Holidays, from Chicago Animal Control

Adopt This Dog for the Holidays, from Chicago Animal Control
Meet Tails – and take Tails home!! Listen to the Steve Dale and Steve Cochran pet adoption segment Wednesday, December 23, 9:35AM CDT on WGN Radio, 720AM or listen HERE. Tails is a 3-year-old female who was given to Chicago Animal Care & Control by her previous owner on October 31st. Happy Halloween. She became... Read more »
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Pet Photography: Snapping Perfect Pet Pictures

Pet Photography: Snapping Perfect Pet Pictures
Josh Feeney is a Chicago Bears photographer (for Comcast) and a pet photographer, who’s images are responsible for more adoptions of dogs and cats than anyone can count.  Listen HERE as Josh describes how to get the perfect picture of your pet in your family photo on Steve Dale’s Pet World, on WGN Radio. We... Read more »

Santa Visits Chicago Animal Care & Control

Santa Visits Chicago Animal Care & Control
Friends of Chicago Animal Care & Control is hosting their annual Howliday Boutique noon to 5 p.m. December 12 and 13 (Saturday and Sunday) at 2741 S. Western Avenue. All sorts of gifts for pets are available, and must of all that helps to support Chicago Animal Care & Control.  Most important, you can pose... Read more »

St. Bernard Needs a Home, to be Adopted on WGN Radio

St. Bernard Needs a Home, to be Adopted on WGN  Radio
Steve Cochran and Steve Dale pair up to adopt another dog – Monday, November 23 at 9:40AM CDT on WGN Radio. Listen at 720AM or here. This is no small start, Bernadette, a Saint Bernard-mix from the Anti Cruelty Society. Thing about St Bernard’s, it can work even in a condo or apartment, since they... Read more »
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A Dog and A Cat Changed My Life: Assisi Animal Foundation Dinner

A Dog and A Cat Changed My Life: Assisi Animal Foundation Dinner
Two animals changed the course of my life. A dog named Chaser and a cat named Ricky. I will explain why these two animals mattered so much, and how each has a legacy today when I speak at the Assisi Animal Foundation Dinner Dance, Auction and Fundrasier on November 7.  And I do hope to... Read more »