Looking to add a new, special friend to your family? Come out this Saturday, February 26 (and the fourth Saturday of every month) to Braxton’s Pet Adoption Day with the Animal Coalition of Delaware County.
Paula Kielich knows the power of love can be experienced through animals. Her organization, Pals for Life, makes over 700 visits per year with a variety of animals to older people who are in nursing homes, to children in schools with reading and stuttering problems and even to colleges during final exams for stress reduction.
Dr. Cynthia Graves got interested in alternative medicine not only after she became a vet and taught internal veterinary medicine, but when she got acupuncture and herbal treatment for herself. She started wondering if it worked for animals as well as it worked for people.
Meg Boscov and Liz Maslow have a heart for rescued dogs. Such big hearts with good observation skills, they noticed that so many dogs given up to rescues were simply victims of a mismatch with their former owners.
Kayla Western is the person of a dog’s dreams. Kayla ditched her corporate career to start her own company, Cardio Canine. There are no fat, lazy dogs who are Kayla’s clients.
Is your dog concerned about his dental health? Does he bring you his toothbrush to remind you to take good care of his teeth? Our dogs like many things IN their mouths – balls, toys, and mmmmm! especially treats! But when the toothbrush comes out – watch out. They can escape faster than a well-greased pig at a rodeo.
When Jen Lipsky and her husband inherited the family dog, Sarah, she had no idea that she would be the catalyst for an amazing new career.
Sarah suffered from kidney stones and had digestive problems as well. This got Jen wondering if changing her diet would make any improvement in her overall health.
Our best buddies are with us for what seems like such a short time. Over and over we hear wonderful stories about great pets. We created the Memory Wall to give our customers a place to write down their thoughts and stories about their pets who are no longer with us.