Emotional support animals are animals that provide comfort and companionship for people who have mental and emotional conditions including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety and depression. Here is a story about a turkey that fulfills this role:
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Here are the last two of the five interviews that I did when I worked at the Mayor’s Alliance For NYC’s Animals’ Adoptapalooza event in August. It was a huge event that had many rescue/shelter groups there with many wonderful cats and dogs for adoption. This week I would like to feature: PupStarz Rescue and the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons.
Here are the links to their sites: http://www.pupstarzrescue.org/
Here are my interviews that tells about them in a few short minutes:
Thursday, September 22, 2016
As you know I worked at the Mayor’s Alliance For NYC’s Animals’ Adoptapalooza last month. It was a large event that had many rescue and shelter groups in attendance. I interviewed a number of these organizations and this week I would like to feature Linda’s Feral Cat Assistance which is a group that is dedicated to the rescue and temporary fostering of feral cats.
Here is the link to their site: http://lindasferalcatassistance.com/
Here is my interview that tells about them in a few short minutes:
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Last month I had a great opportunity to work at the Mayor’s Alliance For NYC’s Animals’ Adoptapalooza which was a huge dog and cat adoption event. There were a number of rescue groups that participated in the event and this week I would like to showcase Bideawee which is an organization that does much more than rescue animals.
Here is the link to their site: https://www.bideawee.org/
Here is the interview that I did with them:
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Last month I had a great opportunity to work at the Mayor’s Alliance For NYC’s Animals’ Adoptapalooza which was a huge dog and cat adoption event. There were a number of rescue groups that participated in the event and I want to showcase a few of them in my blog since they do such fabulous work. In the next few weeks I will highlight some of the rescue groups that participated in the event and show the interviews that I conducted of them.
and here is my interview with them: Dr. Mobley's interview:Husky House
Thursday, August 25, 2016
Thursday, August 18, 2016
Animal rescue groups serve a wonderful purpose. The people who work at these rescue groups typically perform countless hours of behind the scenes volunteer (usually) work. The end results include fabulous, furry or unfurred friends for many people and animals whose lives have been saved.
I got my dog Pappy (see below) from the North East Boston Terrier Rescue Group. As a veterinarian I can confidently say that he is the BEST DOG ever! I had the opportunity to work as a vet at a NYC adoption event, Adoptapalooza, a couple of weeks ago and I interviewed a number of people who work with various rescues. I hope to showcase these videos in the ensuing posts.