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A Rainy Spring, Plus Pets, is a Bad Combination for Carpets, Floors and Furniture

A Rainy Spring, Plus Pets, is a Bad Combination for Carpets, Floors and Furniture

It’s been a very rainy spring in Western New York, which is bad news for homeowners who also own pets. Yards with poor drainage are looking a lot like swampland these days, which means Fido’s paw prints can likely be found all over your once clean floors, carpets and furniture.

“We know it’s not the dog’s fault, but these can be difficult days for all the pet owners out there, especially those who like to keep a clean house,” said Edmund Bedient, owner of Clear Choice Carpet Cleaning Services in West Seneca. “Even when the sun does come out and the yard dries up, the damage has already been done, and all the brooms, mops and vacuum cleaners in the world aren’t going to bring back the look you’re looking for. Therefore, it’s time to call in a professional cleaning service.”

Following are some tips from Clear Choice for returning your home to its former glory:

Professional Pet Sitters Week

Professional Pet Sitters Week


 

 

Laura's Critter Care, LLC Celebrates Professional Pet Sitters Week™ 2017

Local pet-sitting business joins professional pet sitters in 23rd annual worldwide celebration, March 5-11, 2017.


Laura's Critter Care, LLC encourages pet owners and pet lovers alike to celebrate the 23rd annual Professional Pet Sitters Week, March 5-11, 2017. Professional Pet Sitters Week™ (PPSW™) was introduced by Pet Sitters International (PSI) in 1995.

 

The goal of this international observance is to educate pet owners about the advantages of using professional pet sitters, as well as to encourage the public to learn more about professional pet sitting as a viable, rewarding career opportunity.

 

Pet Sitters International offers tips to ensure a safe and happy holiday for pets

Pet Sitters International offers tips to ensure a safe and happy holiday for pets

The holiday season is a joyous time of year for many families, but joy can turn to tragedy if pet owners don’t take simple precautions to ensure the safety of their pets.

This holiday season, Pet Sitters International (PSI), the world’s leading educational organization for professional pet sitters, advises pet owners to consider their pets when decorating and sharing holiday treats.

“Simple holiday traditions, such as trimming the tree and decorating the house, can pose potential problems to pets if not monitored carefully,” warns PSI President Patti J. Moran.

Laura’s Critter Care, LLC Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit The Pet Food Pantry

Laura’s Critter Care, LLC Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit The Pet Food Pantry

Laura’s Critter Care, LLC Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit The Pet Food Pantry at The Episcopal Church of the Ascension at Good Shepherd

 

 

What:   As part of an international effort spearheaded by Pet Sitters International (PSI), the largest educational association for professional pet sitters, the Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive was created to collect pet food for local shelters and pet-rescue groups across the globe.  Proceeds from Laura’s Critter Care’s drive will go to The Pet Food Pantry at The Episcopal Church of the Ascension of Good Shepherd.

 

Who:    The Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive in Erie County is being hosted by Laura’s Critter Care, LLC.

 

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month

 

 

13 Items You Need in Your Pet First Aid Kit

 

 

Exit 2 Bar & Grille Plans SPCA Benefit, Paint Night and More

Exit 2 Bar & Grille Plans SPCA Benefit, Paint Night and More

A Chili/Chowder/Soup Cook-off to benefit the SPCA and a fun-filled Paint Night are just two of the exciting things happening at Exit 2 Bar & Grille, located at 3191 Eggert Road in Tonawanda.

The second annual cook-off, from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 13, hopes to build on the success of last year’s event which raised more than $3,000 for the SPCA. Joining the fun this year will be WNY Heroes, Inc., a local organization that helps soldiers through innovative programs such as Pawsitive For Heroes, an initiative that matches service or therapy dogs with local veterans.

Two Fun Events to Benefit Pet Connection Programs Inc.

Two Fun Events to Benefit Pet Connection Programs Inc.

Two upcoming fundraisers — a Chicken BBQ and Chinese Auction event and a large indoor yard sale — will both benefit the shelter animals at Pet Connection Programs Inc., a nonprofit maternity animal shelter located in Marilla.

Held from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 2, the Chicken BBQ and Chinese Auction will take place at the Variety Club Banquet Hall located at 6114 Broadway in Lancaster. Dinner tickets are just $10 and include a half chicken by BW’s Smokin’ Barrels Barbecue, Pet Connection’s famous cream corn bake, mashed potatoes, noodle salad, roll and choice of dessert. The auction will feature more than 150 items plus fantastic door prizes!