Shelter Love Events was started by Kim Zastawny to raise awareness of local animal events that help raise money for shelters, rescues, and animal organizations.
Every day, more than 9,000 healthy and treatable dogs and cats are killed in America’s shelters. But every day, there’s something all of us can do to help save those animals.
All of us are dedicated to saving the lives of homeless pets. It’s a tremendous undertaking, and we are all grateful to have all of you by our sides, making it happen. Read more at BestFriends.org.
Dr. Diane’s Mobile Veterinary Service is a traveling veterinary service started by Dr. Diane J. Ford in an effort to provide compassionate, quality veterinary care at a reasonable cost to Central Pennsylvania’s pets and their owners. Dr. Ford has been a good friend to NEBTR. You can check out her website here.
Kim Barnett stresses promoting good human – canine relationships based on respect, trust and kindness.
She writes, “My philosophy is a simple one: to help humans communicate better with their dogs and have more fulfilling relationships. A soon as we begin to communicate clearly, our dogs respond accordingly. Most of us already have the skills, we just don’t know it. In considering this, I look for the similarities more than the differences in our two species and use them to mutual advantage. It’s no coincidence that the dog has been our closest companion for thousands of years; on an instinctual level we have many parallels, both being a social species.”
For many, pets are considered to be family members. This is why special consideration should be given when making choices concerning smoking. Second-hand smoke is a danger to the heart and lungs of your pets, as well. Find more information at QuitDay.org.
The Lenape Boston Terrier Club endeavors to promote and perpetuate the Boston Terrier Breed. Through the LBTC meetings and activities, they strive to provide a forum and means for members to exchange ideas and experiences that will be helpful in rearing and providing for our Boston Terriers. Visit their website!