Monday, December 16 2013 by Editor
The 2014 Challenge Over the past 4 years, the FTI Consulting Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments® distributed over $4.2 million to more than 90 Palm Beach County charities. We have set our fundraising goals high for 2014 and hope to exceed our $1.5 million target! Applications for the 2014 Great Charity Challenge are now closed. A random drawing of all charities that applied and were approved took place on Saturday, November 30, 2013 at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL
Jessica L. Pita, adoption counselor at Miami Dade Animal Services , is working hard to find animals homes every day. She says that the shelter is overwhelmed with nearly 400 dogs, and they are desperately in need of adopters.
By Jan Westmark-Allan
While I am a horse person through and through, I also have a huge soft spot for canines. I’m not alone in my love for both equines and canines – visit a barn or head to … [Read more]
The Pet’s Trust needs your comments on the Miami Herald’s article in Sunday’s paper NOW!!! URGENT!!! ….. The Pet’s Trust passed with nearly half a million votes this fall
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=p0QPmq2HbYs Billie is a happy, fun-loving little guy who really wants a family of his own to love and play with. He’s not too big and not too small – just the perfect size
We have always done more than write. In addition to bodywork on horses and smaller mammals, including humans, we provide excellent care for Critters, Farms & Houses when dear friends travel. Occasionally we must go to extremes in order to ensure the well-being of their animals and homes: these efforts more than justify the small amount we ask to help our bill-paying fund (aka income before outgo!).
Whenever you head out onto public trails, you’re likely to encounter dogs. Hopefully they’re accompanied by their owners and are leashed, but that’s not always the case. Giving thought to how to deal with dogs before you encounter them will prepare you for if and when that time comes.
Meet Peeta! His brother, Gale has already been adopted. Unfortunately Peeta does not make a great first impression. He’s tired of seeing people walking past his kennel and wants to get out and play
By Jan Westmark-Allan Tank – a dog from Big Dog Ranch Rescue. All he wants for Christmas is a forever home!! Get ready for a “feel good” experience right now thanks to some cute puppy dog eyes! Yes, today’s blog is all about adopting a dog (not a horse) – but horse people are dog people, so it makes sense! My spotlight rescue is The Big Dog Ranch Rescue in Wellington, Florida is a not-for-profit no-kill shelter – and they do a great job of finding forever homes for their furry collection of dogs and puppies. I love their website and their ads – and now they have created a great YouTube video with Christmas music and a bunch of sad puppy dog eyes pleading that all they want for Christmas is a forever home! Very, very hard to resist! Some puppy dog eyes that are hard to resist!! Let Santa bring your family an adopted dog this Christmas! Enjoy the video and help Big Dog Ranch Rescue if you can.
Saturday, October 20 2012 by Editor
by Marti Hohmann, CPDT-KA ( www.palmbeachdogtraining.com ) Chance is an 8-week-old male Domestic Short-hair kitten. He is cute and just came back from foster care. Chance loves everyone he meets and enjoys hanging out with his best friend Snipe, a 10-week-old kitten who also needs a home. As if adopting a great kitten isn’t enough, the adoption fee for all cats and kittens is FREE through election day!Please ask for ID#1624011. Mia is a 2-year-old spayed female Boxer mix. She is a big, beautiful girl with lots of love and energy to share! Mia gets along well with other dogs, however she likes to be queen of the household. She is looking for an active home without any other pets or one with another dog who won’t mind her being the boss. Her adoption fee is only $20 this month and includes a free at-home training session with a professional trainer. Please ask for ID#1422955. Contact: Elizabeth Harfmann Community Outreach Coordinator Palm Beach County Animal Care & Control 7100 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33411 www.pbcgov.com/animal P: (561) 233-1222