Congratulations Charlie Tiano for being Pet of the Week!
The recent floods in Thailand have caused many families to lose their homes and be evacuated. Often, when evacuating, people are not allowed to take their pets with them. Volunteers from all over are heading to Thailand to help save the animals that have no other options.
Your pet’s comfort and safety are important with considering a trip with your pet. When planning your trip, be sure to consider all the different factors that will be involved with taking your pet. Here is an article that goes over some of the top things to keep in mind.
On November 6th 2011, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation held its first ever Exotic Pet Amnesty Day. Owners of exotic pets that no longer wanted to keep their animals were allowed to surrender them with no questions asked. This day was created to help prevent pet owners from releasing potentially dangerous and invasive species into the local environment.
When faced with a major health issue in a pet that you love, it is sometimes tough to keep your spirits up. Imagine that you are faced with an animal that is not yours, but needs help? Erica Daniel saved a puppy and was faced with the hardest choice. Luckily, she kept hope and worked hard to save the little guy against all the odds! When things look bad, don’t forget that they are relying on you!
Congratulations Poochie Waldrop for being Pet of the Week!
Congratulations Patches! Patches’s parents John and Jane Doe are very proud of their black and white long hair cat Patches. He loves basking in the sun, playing with his younger sister FeFe and joining us for day care and free back rubs.