Heading into the New Year, it's a time for celebration and reflection. 

At Pet Pals TV we wanted to share our most amazing show with you . . . featuring an “exclusive” one-on-one interview with the iconic Dolly Parton.

I had the extreme honor to be called to Nashville, Tenn. for an early morning chat with Dolly in her studio. Now, it just so happens she is a huge pet lover . . . BINGO!

Dolly talks to me about a small white dog who was left behind after an outdoor concert she headlined in England. You'll hear her heartwarming story, and it shines a light on the tender soul of Dolly you won't find anywhere else. Dolly also talks about her life, her legacy and her future plans.

There's no stopping this whirlwind of talent and energy.

So make sure you enjoy Dolly Parton, dog lover -- it's a “mutt’-see TV special !!!

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Cambridge is a big, happy boy who wants to share your couch on New Year's Eve! This 2-year-old pit bull/terrier mix was a stray, and it's a wonder why no one was looking for this goofball. He loves to go out on a leash, seems good around other dogs, and would do best with an active family.

Through the end of the year, Cambridge and all his friends can be adopted for $15 and a donation from Indianapolis Animal Care Service’s Amazon or Facebook wish lists! All animals are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and come with a month of free pet insurance. To adopt Cambridge or any of the other available pets at IACS, go to 2600 S. Harding St., Indianapolis, IN 46221. For more about Cambridge, click here: https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/36855041

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VIDEO: Good advice from Noah's Animal Hospitals.  Protect your pet as we ring in 2017!

Have you ever seen a dog chained outside without adequate food and shelter? Have you wanted to DO something about it? Now you can. Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside (FIDO) has an ordinance that should be followed by pet owners with outside dogs. It is no longer tolerated for dogs to be kept outside without adequate shelter or in extreme weather, continuously chained, or in a tiny pen. It is no longer permitted for a puppy or a sick/injured dog to be kept chained outside. It is also no longer acceptable for outside dogs to suffer from severe flea/fly infestations. Check out the ordinance here: http://www.fidoindy.org/city-ordinances
If you see dogs being kept in violation of the ordinance, report animal neglect to our local enforcement authority, Indianapolis Animal Care and Services.  IACS typically will not immediately impound the dog. Instead, the officer will give the owner the opportunity to either comply with the new ordinance or not have a dog. The IACS number is 317-327-1397. For more information on FIDO, click here: http://www.fidoindy.org/ 

So, you walk out the door to go to work and your dog thinks, “They’re never coming back! Oh no!” You can alleviate the pup’s stress by giving him or her a place to go every day: doggie daycare! Kathy and Mike Underwood, proud partners and friends of Pet Pals TV, invite you to check out Camp Bow Wow  Lawrence, which offers daycare, overnight dog boarding, pet sitting, dog walking, dog training and more at their facility, 10830 Pendleton Pike, Indianapolis, 46236. All Camp Counselors are extensively trained in dog behavior, pet first aid and CPR, and facilities are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Want to see what your pet is up to during the day? There are live webcams that you can monitor on a computer or mobile device. For info, call 317-709-1956. 

From SoPawfect.com comes a story about a very rare kitty. A Thai family made a recent discovery in the streets and noticed a lone kitten crying for help. They called a local wildlife organization to aid the kitten . . . and found out it was no ordinary cat! The family alerted Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT), and they rushed over to aid the cat. They made a startling discovery: They realized it was a Southeast Asian fishing cat. The species is on the brink of extinction, so it made them work twice as hard to ensure its survival. The kitten was born only a few hours before the family discovered it. WFFT couldn’t figure out why its mother left it behind, and the family hoped the mother would return for her lost kitten. But she never did, and the kitten is now being raised by WFFT.  They named him Simba. He is strong and looks to be well on his way to living a healthy life.

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