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Northtowns Pet Blog: The Importance of Pet Dental Health

Northtowns Pet Blog: The Importance of Pet Dental Health

 

The American Dental Association estimates that almost 80 percent of adults brush their teeth at least twice a day. Keeping our teeth clean is vital to our oral health and well being, and it shouldn’t be any different for our pets.

 

Music and Basketballs to Fill the Air at London’s JLC

Music and Basketballs to Fill the Air at London’s JLC

April is shaping up to be a fun-filled month at the John Labatt Centre in nearby London, Ontario. So if you’re looking for a little adventure, check out what’s happening just north of the border!

Change The World With A Click

Change The World With A Click

Each day I will write about something that a person can do to help others. I want to show that we can help others without having a lot of money or time. I feel strongly that we all have something that we can offer. The things that I write about will usually not take up much time or require large donations.  I love the daily Ways To Save.  This can be a Ways To Give.

http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com/clickToGive/freewaystohelp.faces?siteId=1&link=ctg_ths_freewaystohelp_from_home

Pet Rescue Group Holding Chinese Auction

Pet Rescue Group Holding Chinese Auction

 

A Letter from Tiny Paws Big Hearts Rescue Inc.

 

Dear Community Supporter,


I am contacting you on behalf of Tiny Paws Big Hearts Rescue Inc. to request your support for our 2012 fundraising efforts.

Tiny Paws Big Hearts Rescue is a nonprofit dog rescue located in Tonawanda, N.Y.

 Our mission:  To rescue small breed dogs, primarily from puppymills, provide complete veterinary care (including spay/ neuter and all vaccinations), rehabilitation, and adoption into approved, forever homes.

We do not have a free standing shelter. We have a small group of experienced foster homes that provide our rescue dogs with a loving home life prior to adoption. All funds raised are directly used to provide vet care, good nutrition and grooming for our dogs.

Northtowns Pet Blog: Winter Safety Tips for Pets

Northtowns Pet Blog: Winter Safety Tips for Pets

Old Man Winter has reared his ugly head and many people are trying to find the delicate balance between staying warm and keeping heating costs down. It's easy for people to put on a jacket or bump up the thermostat, but many pets don’t have the same luxury.

If you keep your pet outside, please continually check your pet for signs of frostbite and hypothermia.

 

Frostbite

Frostbite most frequently affects ears, toes, tails, scrotum and areas least covered by fur.

Signs of frostbite include red or swollen areas or skin that is very pale and white.

To treat frostbite, immerse the area in warm water, not hot, for 15-20 minutes and call your veterinarian.

 

Hypothermia

Hypothermia occurs when a pet has been exposed to very cold temperatures and/or winds for an extended period of time.

Santa Claws Is Coming To Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue, December 17th from 12 Noon-4:00p.m.

Santa Claws Is Coming To Buffalo Pug & Small Breed Rescue, December 17th from 12 Noon-4:00p.m.

It’s that time of year again…Santa Claws is coming to town!

December 17th from 12 Noon-4:00p.m.

Have some inexpensive holiday fun while helping BP&SBR raise much needed funds to rescue, vet, foster and find furever homes for the doggies of Western New York.