Tag: pet adoption

Pro Skater Bucky Lasek - Think Adoption First (Petco)

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Pro Skater and Driver, Bucky Lasek, is among several celebrities that devoted their time to produce videos that promote pet adoption (the “Think Adoption First project is fueled by Petco). In Bucky’s video, he talks about his ambition as a skater and how he would, “Push [himself]. Feel that fear and try to conquer it.”... Read more »

Roller Derby Champion Bonnie Thunders - Think Adoption First (Petco)

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From a floating figure skater to a bad-ass roller derby force, Bonnie Thunders has always balanced her athletic powers with heart. Specifically, Bonnie has always had a heart for animals. It was her love for animals that first brought Bonnie to New York. She started a job at the Wildlife Conservation Society. About six months... Read more »

Looking for Love - The Anti-Cruelty Society Cat & Dog of the Week

Looking for Love - The Anti-Cruelty Society Cat & Dog of the Week
Please share this post. Let’s get them adopted through a “labor of love” this weekend. Duke 6-year-old domestic shorthair mix Sweet and gentle Duke came to the shelter when his owner could no longer care for him. Duke is a shy guy who finds all the changes in his life a bit unsettling. In spite... Read more »
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Looking for Love - The Anti-Cruelty Society Cat & Dog of the Week

Looking for Love - The Anti-Cruelty Society Cat & Dog of the Week
Vandergriff 11-month-old Australian Cattle Dog/Finnish Spitz  Vandergriff is a sweetie. He is a gentle young dog that may need a little time to acclimate to city life. He will require all the puppy basics; including chew, potty and leash training. He is very playful and eager to do explore. Oreo 1-year-old domestic shorthair mix Oreo... Read more »

Shelter Myth: Puppy Prison

Shelter Myth: Puppy Prison
There are many misconceptions about animal shelters. These organizations exist to save lives, so confusing information can have a serious impact on those animals that are trying to find homes. A common misconception I hear is that people don’t go to shelters because they think they are sad places. I have even heard shelters referred to... Read more »