Thursday, December 1, 2016

NEW SPIN ON TYING YOUR DOG UP OUTSIDE

If I needed to go into a store I would not feel comfortable leaving my dog tied to something outdoors. I love my dog too much and would worry about dog theft. Maybe that is the NYC girl in me. This new idea may allow pet parents to feel comfortable about leaving their dogs outside while they run into a store.

Read about it here: place to park your dog

Thursday, November 17, 2016

A PET’S BUCKET LIST

I wish that I had the opportunity to do something special for my dog Pappy before he transitioned but he died unexpectedly. Here is something great that this pet parent did before his dog transitioned (see below). If you did something/will do something for your beloved companion what was it/would it be?

Thursday, October 27, 2016

A YOUNG BOY WORKED A LONG TIME TO BUY A PONY

This is a story about a seven year old boy who worked really hard for a pet that he wanted. What are you willing to do to get what you want?

Read about the story here: boy worked two years to buy pony

Thursday, October 13, 2016

EMOTIONAL THERAPY ANIMALS

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

ADOPTAPALOOZA: PUPSTARZ & ANIMAL RESCUE FUND OF THE HAMPTONS

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/  

http://www.pupstarzrescue.org/



Here are my interviews that tells about them in a few short minutes: 









Thursday, September 22, 2016

ADOPTAPALOOZA: LINDA’S FERAL CAT ASSISTANCE

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:


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