The mission is to reduce fear, anxiety and stress for veterinary visits. It’s a kinder, gentler way to handle the pet in efforts to make veterinary appointments easier and more rewarding for both the pet and client.
Adoptable dogs and their firefighter escorts will be heating up the runway at Survivor Tails Animal Rescue’s 3rd Annual Rescue Fever Honorary Gala, taking place at 6 p.m., March 25.
Dr. Ayse Washington, DVM, CCRP, has joined the veterinary staff of Main Street Animal Services of Hopkinton (M.A.S.H).
Dog whisperer and canine expert Marie Cargill will present a workshop on the secrets to helping dogs live longer from 6 to 7:30 p.m., May 11.
The 13-member Boston City Council unanimously passed an ordinance that bans the sale of puppies, kittens and rabbits in pet stores.
World-famous animal behaviorist, Dr. Nicholas Dodman, will speak about separation anxiety in dogs on April 13.
Now through November 2016, volunteers are spreading out across the state, gathering signatures to place a measure on next year’s ballot that would protect farm animals from being exposed to routine cruelty in industrial “factory farms”.
Especially for Pets has donated $7,342 to the Pets and People Foundation.
Especially for Pets has donated $8,641 to the Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton, the first quarter Charity Nail Clipping recipient of 2015.
Especially for Pets now offers Reiki clinics at three store locations.