Stormin’ Norman – Gone But Not Forgotten

  Stormin’ Norman was with us only for a short time… He was a breeder in a puppy mill. The owner brought Norman to the shelter to be euthanized because he was sick and no longer any use to them. As soon as we got Norman he was taken straight to the vet for immediate […] Read more »

Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

As October draws to a close, we wanted to remind you (or tell you) that October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month! Has this been something that you’ve been thinking about for awhile? Do the following things sound like something you’re looking for? • A companion for your exercise activities (hiking, walking, trips to the […] Read more »

Animal Obesity

Based on various studies, over half of all dogs and cats in the US are overweight. While this is often observed as an overeating problem with household animals, the fact is that it might just be a feeding problem from their owners. We know that your pet is very loved, but a number of debilitating […] Read more »

Paw Care

Paws provide extra padding for your pup and also allow them to comfortably traipse along on land and in water. If they’re a water dog, the webbing in their toes actually helps them to swim better. That said, do you take care of your dog’s paws? If your dog starts limping or is incessantly licking, […] Read more »

Foster Care

Do you love animals but can’t take one in permanently?  Not sure if you are ready to adopt?  Or do you want to see how a new animal gets along with your brood?  Fostering could be the right choice for you.  Shelters everywhere are overcrowded and could use help from wonderful people like you. Who […] Read more »

Halloween and Your Pet – 2 of 2

Got Treats

Today, some tips for you on Halloween costume and food safety! Costumes: Pets can look adorable all dressed up! Make sure that the costume that you purchase does not cause discomfort, breathing or visual obstruction to your little guy (or gal). Check for chewing and parts that have come loose.  We want everyone to enjoy the […] Read more »