Review some of the Pooch-related news release we have distributed to date.
Save A Pooch supporter, The Childhood Obesity Foundation, has received a letter of support from Michelle Obama. Michelle thanked COF for sharing the Chubby Conqueror, an amazing book written by Amos Knoll, founder of COF, and COF's commitment to fighting Childhood Obesity. You can review the letter below.
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Whitegate PR teams up with SaveAPooch.com to distribute latest pet news to a global network of journalists, bloggers and rss feed subscribers. Latest News: Pet Industry Specific Employment Agency Launches FetchFind.com, Made in the USA NYC Pet Product Trade Show Featuring Jill Rappaport’s PIES4PAWS Challenge, The Launch of The Loving Bowl: Feed Your Pet With Love!, CYNJO Introduces The Foobler Puzzle Timed Dog Ball!, Lisa Hennessy Launches Holiday Pet Recipe Books for Hanukkah and Christmas
SaveAPooch.com and Chateau Pooch join hands to host a donation drive this December.
SaveAPooch.com and Chateau Pooch have announced a joint rescue dog donation drive to help organizations collect dog care items. Pet owners are invited to donate dog accessories that they no longer need to Toronto’s west end daycare, Chateau Pooch at 101- 1 Marine Parade Dr, Toronto, Ontario from December 8th to the 12th.
“We are joining hands with Chateau Pooch to hold a donation drive that can help rescue organizations and the dogs that are in their care,” says the spokesperson for SaveAPooch.com. “This effort is in continuance of our commitment to spreading the right awareness and education which we believe is the key to rescue dogs finding the right homes, right parents at the right time. We will be accepting items such as toys, clothing, leashes and other accessories.”
It is generally known that a large number of dog rescue organizations are forced to depend on product donations to keep their operations going. Unfortunately, foster volunteers who act as temporary owners for the main organizations often have to pay out of their pockets for dog accessories while they await adoption.
Despite the increase in adoptions, rescue organizations and volunteers are severely challenged by the number of dogs still needing help. “There are simply not enough personnel or resources to help all of them,” says spokesperson.
SaveAPooch.com shares common ground with Chateau Pooch when it comes to dog care. Both are working towards a noble cause in running this event. All kinds of dog accessories and items that pet owners do not need any longer or have in excess can be donated from December 8th to 12th at Chateau Pooch, 101- 1 Marine Parade Dr, Toronto, Ontario. The items received will be delivered the week after to local rescues that need them.
About Chateau Pooch:
Chateau Pooch is a boutique daycare and boarding facility serving Toronto, Ontario. Services include grooming, walking, and birthday parties.
For more information, visit www.chateaupooch.com
SaveAPooch.com is a website committed to providing a platform where dog professionals can share valuable tips to rescue dog enthusiasts in keeping rescue dogs healthy and happy. Education and awareness is an important component for SaveAPooch.com with a goal of building a community of rescue dog enthusiasts.
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#Saveapooch Twitter Chat
Join us at #saveapooch for scheduled twitter chats. All upcoming Twitter chats will be posted here.
These chats will cover topics around: holistic dog care, rescue dogs, foster experiences, canine rehabilitation, animal communication and much more! Most chats will have a special guest.
You can RSVP to be sure we send you reminders on upcoming topics. (These reminders will only be about twitter chats)
Jan 5th, 5pm EST: Espionage Rescue Dogs: Watch Out James Bond with Anthony Silva. (He will be on our show Save A Pooch on Pet Life Radio at 4pm EST that day as well if you would like to listen)
Let's discuss unique ways for dogs, including rescue dogs, to contribute to the community. Most assisted canine therapy dogs venture into visiting nursing homes, children with needs organizations, or educational institutions. But for Anthony, he takes them down the 007 route. These dogs get to become law enforcement agents to sniff out the very things we run away from including: narcotics, bombs, even bed bugs. Let's listen to the stories of our 007 canine friends and what we don't see in everyday life!
Anthony Silva is known for training dogs, including rescues, to be espionage working dogs. He attended a Bomb Dog school at Vohne Liche Kennels in early 2009 and continued to work with the navy for a short time after until he ventured to Afghanistan until 2011. Returning to Massachusetts, US, Anthony was recruited by a pest control company to train their bed bug sniffing dogs. Currently, he is working on training narcotic detection dogs for private use in homes, schools and businesses.
Jan 12th, 1pm EST: What Are Your Pets Really Saying? with animal communicator Claudia Hehr. (She will be on our show Save A Pooch on Pet Life Radio at 12pm EST that day as well if you would like to listen to her)
Do you ever wonder what your pet is trying to tell you? What if there is a way to know and better yet, a way for you to also communicate to your pet in a deeper way? Whether you believe it not, join us in this twitter chat and ask Claudia how in the world is it possible? In fact, Claudia helps many many rescue dogs and has provided answers to their past mystery over and over.
For almost two decades now Claudia has been helping clients all around the world who come to her to find out what their animal companions need. By using her ability to communicate with animals telepathically, she assists in areas as diverse as behaviour issues, wellness issues, traumas, fears and many other areas, and also reconnects people with their animal family members who have left their physical bodies. Claudia is not only a translator between animals and humans; the connection goes much further. Claudia is now recognized worldwide. She has appeared on numerous television networks such as the Discovery Channel and has been profiled on international radio broadcasts and in newspapers and magazines like Animal Wellness, Modern Dog, The Globe and Mail and Toronto Life. Claudia has also been the featured expert at many events.
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