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Calling all canines…High-tail it to the Mobile Pop-Up Dog Park in Midtown in August

Calling all canines…High-tail it to the Mobile Pop-Up Dog Park in Midtown in August

Presented by the Midtown Business Association, plans are afoot to have the mobile Pop-Up Dog Park set-up in a shady area adjacent to the Midtown Farmers Market on Saturday, August 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Back by popular demand, the Pop-Up Dog Park will also be accompanied by a number of special canine-friendly activities such as having the Front Street Animal Shelter on-site to promote pet adoptions and offer microchip services, volunteers providing obedience training, and interested vendors offering gift giveaways, selling pet-friendly “swag” items and more.

Created to increase canine-friendly interaction and help to nurture a strong sense of community in the heart of Midtown, the portable, sustainable and FREE Pop-Up Dog Park uses portable picket fencing and a double-gate system to ensure the dogs are secure inside the mobile structure. Due to the structural limits of the fencing, the Pop-Up Dog Park is designed for dogs 30 pounds or less.   

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center hosts Fourth Annual Horse Health Fair

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center hosts Fourth Annual Horse Health Fair

Premier Equine Medical Center in Placer County Invites Public to Learn About Horse Health and Help Horses in Need

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center Hosts Annual Dental Clinic for Horses

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center Hosts Annual Dental Clinic for Horses

PENRYN, Calif.  – The premier equine medical center in Placer County and surrounding communities is preparing to host one of its largest medical events of the year as it expects to be the dentist for more than 1,500 horses this December. Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center is bringing back one of its most popular patient service deals by offering half price dental service to horses.

Last year Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center welcomed 1,488 horses in December, examining and balancing their mouths to increase their comfort level and ability to chew their food.. Just like humans have their teeth filed down, cleaned or get fillings, horses need help keeping their mouths healthy too. A horses teeth keep growing throughout their lives, so by floating/filing down the sharp points and waves they develop over the course of their lives, Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center is able to keep the horses teeth balanced and not sharp, which can be painful for them.

SAKrescue Holiday Bake Sale & Adoption Event, Sat. Dec. 14th!

SAKrescue Holiday Bake Sale & Adoption Event, Sat. Dec. 14th!

SAKrescue (Sacramento Area Kitten Rescue) is holding a Christmas Bake Sale on Saturday, December 14th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in front of INCREDIBLE PETS at 1105 Roseville Square, Roseville, CA 95678. It is next to Trader Joe's in the Roseville Square Shopping Center 

We will also be accepting kitten/cat food and litter donations for SAKrescue kittens and cats up for adoption. Adoptions will be held inside Incredible Pets. 

There will be lots of yummy homemake goodies. We also have homemade scarves $10 and hats $5. Come and help support all the kittens and cats up for adoption. 

Facebook Million Likes Challenge

Facebook Million Likes Challenge

Momservation: It’s not bribery—it’s reward based encouragement.

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Apparently, I’ve been going about this all wrong.

SAKrescue needs foster homes

SAKrescue needs foster homes

SAKrescue, a registered non-profit, is looking for loving foster homes that can provide care and socialize kittens.

Remember Pet Safety during the 4th of July

Remember Pet Safety during the 4th of July

 County Animal Shelter wants your pets to remain happy and safe in their homes

Sacramento, Calif. – The Sacramento County Animal Care Facility reminds pet owners to plan ahead for the coming 4th of July holiday and keep dogs and cats safe in their own homes.

“Our stray animal population spikes during the 4th of July period. The fireworks stands are open and people celebrate early,” said Dave Dickinson, Animal Care Director. “Dogs and cats get scared and escape. Plan in advance to keep your pets calm and safe in their homes and avoid having to make a trip to the shelter to find your pet.”

Safety Tips:

Resist the urge to take your pet to fireworks displays. You’re asking for trouble, as most pets have a very strong fear of loud, sudden noises which are like to evoke their “flight or fight mode.” Fireworks can cause true terror in a pet.