I received this email today. If you've never done transport, it's a great way to help homeless pets without having to foster one in your house. The transport will include up to 15 dogs. These dogs are going from shelters into foster homes, permanent homes or rescue groups. The dogs will be passing through here on Halloween. Here is the info for the transport legs that are nearby:
**PASSENGERS 8-11 JOINING TRANSPORT IN LOUISVILLE, KY**
I have a bassett hound that has terrible stranger anxiety towards adults. She's 2 1/2 years old and we've had her since she was a pup (8 weeks). She's fine with children and other dogs ... but the poor Schwan's man is another story. Our vet said it was a phase and she should grow out of it. But I am seeing no indication of her improving and I would really like to get her out without sending her into cardiac arrest. Any suggestions are much… Continue
I got this email from a friend and am passing it along in hopes someone will want this beautiful dog:
2 1/2 years ago my daughter and her husband had bred Lulu and Otto their 2
AKC registered German Shepherd dogs and had a litter of 8. Bella was
adopted by a family in Carmel. They had her spayed and have her up on her
shots. She has been trained and follows commands such as sit, stay, come,
etc. Their son… Continue
Since we have yet to have a hard freeze here in Indiana, you need to be prepared for fleas still. They can become aggressive at this time of year since their season is about over. Even in the wintertime you need to be prepared since our homes can be the perfect breeding ground. Sweep early and often with a vacuum that has a good filter on it to catch flea eggs and wash your pet's bedding on a regular basis. If you find fleas on your pet, contact a professional groomer for a flea treatment and… Continue
You know him as "Rupert" from Survivor. Indiana's own reality show champion is now focused on mentoring young people and changing their lives for the better. Learn about his charity and meet his collection of reptiles on the next episode of Pet Pals… Continue
Added by Pet Pals TV on October 26, 2009 at 2:30pm —
As we know dogs can be used as tools to help people personalities. Can they though affect the out come of the child temperament and mind? Why not?
Growing up with dogs was an educational experience that was hidden. I had two Rottweilers who became my best friends. Being five years old and smaller than the dogs, I had to learn how to get around them. Since screaming and yelling didn’t work, another way had to be found. Through the days and many attempts I realized I had to calmly walk… Continue
Trimming your dog’s nails is an important part of grooming your pet. Long nails can be a hazard to people, furniture and pets themselves. Some nails grown long and straight while some curve under. In either case, they can cause discomfort. Properly trimming nails takes patience and teaching the dog to allow their feet to be handled.
Professional groomer, Vicki Hollen , said, “Clipping nails can be done every two weeks and if you file the nails, You can file weekly”. One caution on… Continue
Adopting a dog can be an enjoyable, heartfelt experience. Knowing you are helping a dog find a home is a satisfying feeling. Some caution must be taken though to make sure you adopt the right dog for you. Consider your lifestyle and how active you are to help select the right energy level. Are you a person that likes to go for walks a lot or would rather sit on the couch? There are energy levels for both kinds of people. In the best interest of you and the dog, you must sometimes turn off the… Continue
Fact: From 2000-2008 FACE Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic decreased the number of euthanized animals in Indianapolis from 22,000 to 12,000 with each year coming out with a decrease in numbers!
The Foundation Against Companion-Animal Euthanasia, a non-profit organization within the Indianapolis community, was established in 1993 to decrease the number of cats and dogs euthanized in the area each year. Our clinic, located on 1505 Massachusetts Avenue, has developed a fast and efficient… Continue
Some people seem to have a lot of time..and talent..on their hands. And so it seems, another year of Doggie Dress Up is upon us. And even though I am somewhat ambivalent on this practice, I have to admit that a few of the Halloween costumes people come up with are stupendous!
I even found websites that offer store-bought costumes for you mutt. It's apparently a booming business. But my favorites are those costumes that are long on creativity and short on cash. Taking… Continue
Added by Patty on October 18, 2009 at 7:20pm —
There are as many reasons to train your dog as there are owners. As dog owners, it is our responsibility to educate our animals in how to be good members of society. Well behaved dogs are rarely seen in shelters and rescues even though good natured dogs are.
Behavior is the number one reason people give up their pets and every dog owner trains their dog whether they want to or not. Unintentional training starts from the moment you bring your dog home and generally consists of the dog… Continue
The only thing better than a rawhide chew...is a FOUR FEET LONG rawhide chew. What a great day. And even tastier than the rawhide was the taste of victory when I saw Red. He looks sooooo jealous. Guess that makes me Mommy's favorite!
Added by DeAnna Poon on October 15, 2009 at 12:38pm —
"You wanna go to the dog park? See some doggies?" Invariably, that gets a 'yes' which includes a rush to the closet where his leash is hanging, and off we go for a "car ride", another big winner on Louie's favorite things to do.
My friend told me the other day, that Louie likes the 'idea' of the dog park, better than the actual experience. He loves getting there, but often just sticks… Continue
Got to www.pspindy.com and vote for Aggie and Georgia Grey. They were both adopted through Great Dane Rescue, Inc. If one of them wins, we will be using the gift card to buy crates and essential items for our group, Great Dane Rescue, Inc.!
Indianapolis Animal Care and Control is going through a leadership change. We're not touching that controversy with a ten-foot pole. Instead, we want you to meet "Girly". She's living at IACC and needs a good home.
We're told she "loves to snuggle and promises to be the most well behaved child you'll ever have", from her description.
Indianapolis Animal Care and Control's adoption fee is $60.00 for all animals. This includes the spay/neuter surgery, all… Continue
Added by Pet Pals TV on October 6, 2009 at 1:22am —
I met Tom McPHEE Today, he is an amazing person, and a great video director. I got to meet him, at his stop at the Falmouth Friends of Falmouth Dogs. He gained some footage for his movie! His previous movie was An American Opera, about all of the animal rescue events after Katrina, and… Continue
Yay! Not only does my favorite dog store have cool bathing rooms, now I can win free kibble!!! Plus, Mommy and Daddy can use the gift card to buy stuff for their wedding. We can be a REAL famiy. Although I hope us boys are the only pitter pattering feet for a while. I have to share enough attention with the stupid beagle and… Continue
Added by DeAnna Poon on October 5, 2009 at 4:55pm —
Iron Underdawgs had a really good time at Barktoberfest this weekend, where we met lots of really cool people and fellow rescuers! We had 3 very special dogs with us that are still in need of fosters or forever homes!! Please take a look!!
This is Butters......
Butters is some kind of sheltie mix crossed with a yellow lab mix. He's around 2 years old, and about 30lbs, so he looks like a small yellow lab. He's housebroken,… Continue
“Radio” is a running theme in this week’s Boomer TV. Patty interviews Bob & Tom’s, – and WIBC’s – Dave “The King” Wilson about a recent health scare. And Poteet On The Street asks Indy folks about their favorite radio […]