Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Monday, April 4, 2011
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Who Knows they or yo u may receive something in the mail ..
We are looking for cats, dogs, and other pets you love.
Send to Ms. Stinky at;
Monday, March 21, 2011
A regular program of teeth cleaning will ensure your cat will enjoy their senior years with all of their teeth intact.
Time Required: 5 minutes
Let Ms. Stinky Tell you How:
1. Assemble supplies: sterile gauze, scissors, cat toothpaste or a weak sterile solution recommended by your veterinarian.
2. Wrap a strip of gauze around the index finger of your dominant hand and either dip it in the sterile solution, or apply a small amount of toothpaste to your fingertip.
3. Holding the cat in your lap, open the mouth.
Ms. Stinky says very gently please..
4. Gently rub your "finger brush" in a circular motion on their teeth,
concentrating on the area next to the gums.
Gently massage the gums at the same time. It is not necessary to do the
back sides of the teeth.
5. Once your cat will tolerate this procedure, you can graduate to a small
6. Give kitty a few loving pats and kind words, along with a little treat to
polish off with having shiny clean teeth.
1. You might want to experiment with flavored toothpaste for cats.
There is a fish-flavored one that is quite tasty.
2. If you start practicing examining your cats teeth at a very young age,
this process will be much easier.
3. Bleeding of the gums is a sign your cat needs professional dental
scaling by your veterinarian, so attend to that as soon as possible.
What You Need:
. Sterile gauze
. Cat toothpaste/solution
. Opt: small toothpaste
Saturday, March 12, 2011
Friday, March 11, 2011
Monday, February 28, 2011
Like humans, cats bore easily. they need to be entertain constanly, just as humans cannot live without the television.
If you are not amusing them they will most likely leave and find something that is more interesting to do.
Dogs on the other hand will sit right there and enjoy the boredom with you.
Also dogs will gladly run endlessly after a frisbee, while a cat, just like us humans will not see the point in doing that...
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Charles St & Boylston St,
Some off leash hours
Charlesgate Dog Run
Massachusetts Ave & Beacon Street
Cambridge Dog Park
Mt Auburn & Hawthorne St,
99 Sherman St,, located in
N. Cambridge on Sherman St,
adjacent to Garden & New Sts.
Fresh Pond Reservation
Off-Leash Dog Area.
250 Fresh Pond Pkwy, bound
by Fresh Pond Pkwy, Concord Ave.,
Blanchard Ave,Grove St. & Huron Ave.
Fort Washington St. Dog Park
Waverly St. between Erie St. & Putna, Ave.
Pilgrim Bark Park
Rt 6 & Shank Painter Rd.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Saturday, January 29, 2011
. Tail tucked - fearful, defensive
. Tail held at half-mask and moving slowly from side to side - indicates mild interest
. Tail vertical or straight up - indicates anticipation and/or greeting
. Tail vertical but curved to one side - indicates expectation/monitoring
. Tail held completely to one side in a female - indicates sexual receptivity
. Tail held low with tip twitching - indicates a stalking predatory stance
. Tail frantically switching in wide arcs - indicates heightened affect/aggression
. Tail puffed up (piloerect) - indicates fear and aggression
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Monday, January 17, 2011
One year later, the animals of Haiti have a new safe haven thanks to the Humane Society International and the Humane Society of the United States.
The two organizations joined forces to open a new animal care center and veterinary training facility outside of Port--Prince.
The center will offer smallau animal care and surgical training, equine care and medical training, disaster response training and housing for foreign veterinary and disaster response experts.
To read more about this visit - HumaneSociety.org
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Pets of the Homeless is a non profit all volunteer organization that provides pet food and veterinary care to the homeless and less fortunate in local communities across the United States and Canada.
The volunteer collection sites gather the donated pet food and deliver it to food banks, homeless shelters and soup kitchens which have agreed to distribute the pet food to the homeless and poor.
To licensed veterinarians, through our grant program it will provide resources for vaccines and veterinary care to pets of the homeless.
There are many ways you can help.
Visit Petofhomeless.org to learn more.
Please donate today.
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Carson City, NV 89703