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Tug-o-war

Posted by Taxi d on Tuesday, October 19, 2010, In : Media 
Beauregard has a new friend he met in hospice, Dobby. Dobby is recovering at hospice from an injury received shortly after birth. The three month old chihuahua has lots of play in him and needed someone to work off all that energy; at 95 pounds and recently rescued from life as a chained dog the German shepherd needed a friend as well. Now they have each other and that's the best therapy we know. Taxi d


   
 
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Help pets stay stress-free this Fourth

Posted by Taxi on Thursday, June 17, 2010, In : News 
Natural Pet Remedies help pet anxiety from fear of fireworks and other sounds associated with summer.

June 17 - The sounds of summer are in the air and for most, this means relaxation and music to our ears. But for your pet, the louder noises that accompany warm weather -- thunderstorms, fireworks, unfamiliar guests -- are often a source of pet anxiety.


 
Fears of fireworks and other loud noises are not uncommon for your pet. Dogs often express their fear with destructive behavior such as barkin...
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Non profit offers free discount perscription cards to families including pets

Posted by Taxi dog on Wednesday, April 7, 2010, In : News 

The National Association of Counties (NAC0) a non-profit organization advocating for counties and their residents across America has partnered with CVS Caremark to offer a discounted drug program to Americans.

The discount applies to any member of your family including pets when veterinary prescriptions are presented.

The NACo Prescription Discount Card Program lets any American download a discount card that automatically earns on average a 24% discount of prescription drugs at more than 6...


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Homeless

Posted by Taxi dog on Thursday, October 22, 2009, In : Human-animal bond 

Homelessness hurts more than just people and families, it hurts their pets and it hurts society. Homelessness is the obscenity of our time and our shame if we do nothing.



Because most shelters today do not allow pets many homeless elect to remain homeless rather than abandon their companions.

One estimate puts the number of homeless in America at 3.5 million; no one knows how many pets live with their owners on the street but in 2007 nearly 40% of all U.S. households owned at least on...


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Compassionate veterinary hospice part II "Community Chest"

Posted by Taxi dog on Wednesday, September 2, 2009, In : Human-animal bond 

In part I of this series we described the basic format and rational for veterinary hospice in this edition we’ll examine the possible roles that hospice organizations might strive to fulfill within the community.

There are basically two types of hospice, for profit business models and not for profit organizations. This simplest distinction merits some consideration because it is at this basic level that society measures its contract with any group, organization or individual.

Nonprofit sta...


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