When you foster a homeless dog or cat, you are saving the lives of two animals–the one you care for and one who fills the newly opened space in their no-kill shelter. Give a stressed, homeless animal a chance to decompress, remember what it’s like to be in a loving home, and brush up on it’s training so it can be adopted.
For more information, go to: www.bmorehumane.org/foster-a-pet
2013 Paws & Claws 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk
Saturday, June 29, 2013 @ 8:00 AM Baker Park West Second Street Frederick, MD
This will be a 5K Run/1 Mile Walk to benefit the AWLFC cat & dog programs! Food & beverage will be provided after the race for participants. Prizes will be given for the 5k in each age categories!
For more information about the Animal Welfare League of Frederick County , go to: www.awlfc.org
To learn more about Monty’s Mates Bulldog Rescue, go to: www.facebook.com/MontysMatesBulldogRescue
We are HUGE fans of Monty’s Mates Bulldog Rescue. To learn more about the amazing things that they do in our community, check out their Facebook page:
Baltimore Humane Society’s Gala Event
The Gala Event of The Year For People & Their Pets
Support the animals at the Baltimore Humane Society at this can’t-miss black tie gala event. The evening will feature an elegant seated dinner, open bar (wine & beer), live music, dancing, raffles, and of course, our legendary silent auction! Tickets are $125 per person (well-behaved animals attend for free!) All funds raised from Black Tie and Tails support the care of animals at their no-kill shelter.
Date: Saturday, March 23
Time: 7pm -11pm
Where: Grand Lodge, 304 International Circle, Hunt Valley, MD 21030
For detailed information, go to: http://www.bemorehumane.org/events/black-tie-a-tails
Bad dog breath is caused by the accumulation of bacteria in your dog’s system. The locations of this bacterial build-up can range from the mouth to the lungs to parts of the digestive system. For the most part bad breath in dogs can be attributed to gun disease which is caused by a build-up of tartar and plaque around the dog’s teeth and gum line. Chronic bad breath in dogs can indicate a more serious dental or internal problem and should be checked out as soon as possible. It can also be an indication of larger medical problems in the respiratory and digestive system if it continues despite better dental care.
Long story short, BRUSH YOUR DOG’S TEETH EVERY DAY!
Emily is a Boston Terrier who had knee surgery!
This sweet girl loves coming to get her laser treatment and walk on our under water treadmill!
Cat Dental Tip: Having a Hard Time Brushing your Cat’s Teeth? Try Tuna Juice!
That’s right! Start by just handling the face, then the lips, then begin rubbing the teeth and gums of your cat with your finger. Try a few drops of water flavored tuna juice from a can. From here you can slowly start to work in a more structured brushing routine.