Pet Care Center | Doggone Good Time Ahead ” Doggy Treat Truck Is Coming With Free Ice Cream And Cookies
By Peter Covino
Dogs woofed it up in Atlanta and licked their chops in Charlotte.
And now the Doggy Treat Truck is coming to Kissimmee and Orlando.
Humans have been enjoying the food truck experience for the past few years and now our canine buddies will get their turn when the Doggy Treat Truck brings free canine ice cream and cookies to area dog parks and other pet-friendly locales for the next ten days.
The Best Friends Pet Care Center truck will be at Mill Slough Dog Park in Kissimmee Tuesday and the Partin Triangle Dog Park in St. Cloud Thurdsay, Feb. 2.
The truck will also be making numerous stops in the Orlando area, Hunters Creek and Celebration in the coming days.
For a detailed schedule of stops and times, visit www.bestfriendspetcare.com/treat-truck-tour/.
Best Friends created the truck to give the community a taste of the fun and caring its staff provides to pet guests at its pet care center at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista.
“Best Friends not just for Disney guests,” says manager Jenn Kratzer. “All our services ” boarding, daycamp and grooming ” are offered to local residents, too.”
Best Friends Pet Care launched the Treat Truck last summer. It has traveled down the east coast through New England to Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Charlotte and Atlanta. After Florida, the Truck will head west to Texas.
Orlando Central Florida Wednesday, January 25th 1pm- 4pm Best Friends Disney- 2510 Bonnet Creek Pkwy, Lake Buena Vista.
Thursday, January 26th
9am- 10:30am Paw Park- 427 S French Ave, Sanford, FL 11am- 1pm Lake Eola Park- 195 N Rosalind Ave, Orlando, FL 2:30pm- 3:30pm Celebration Ave- Celebration Ave, Celebration, FL 4pm- 5pm Fort Wilderness Dog Park- 3451 Fort Wilderness Terrace, Baylake, FL
Friday, January 27th
8am- 9:30am Pawmosa Dog Park- 140 Plumosa Ave, Casselberry, FL 10am- 11:30am Winter Park Farmers Market- 200 W New England Ave, Winter Park, FL 12pm- 1pm Park Ave- Park Ave New England Ave, Winter Park, FL 2:30pm- 4pm Blue Jacket Park- 2501 General Rees Ave, Winter Park, FL 4:15pm- 5:30pm Baldwin Park- 3662 Lower Union Road, Orlando, FL
Saturday, January 28th
8am- 9:30am West Orange Dog Park- 12400 Marshall Farms Road, Winter Garden, FL 10:15am- 12pm Doctor’s Dog Park- 21 N. Highland Ave, Apopka, FL 1:30pm- 3pm Derby Park- 2199 S Oregon Ave, Sanford, FL 3:30pm- 5pm Paw Park- 427 S French Ave, Sanford, FL
Sunday, January 29th
8am- 9:30am Avalon Dog Park- 3680 Avalon Park Blvd, Orlando, FL 10am- 11:30am Downey Dog Park- 10107 Flowers Ave, Orlando, Fl 1pm- 2:30pm Barber Dog Park- 3701 Gaitlin Ave, Orlando, FL 3pm- 5pm SPCA of Central Florida- 2727 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL
Tuesday, January 31st
8am-9:30am Dr Phillips Dog Park- 8249 Buenavista Woods Blvd, Orlando, FL 11:30am- 1pm Meadow Woods Dog Park- 1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle, Orlando, FL 2:15pm- 3:30pm Mill Slough Dog Park- 2138 Agate Street, Kissimmee, FL 4pm-5:30pm Partin Triangle Dog Park- 2830 Neptune Rd, Kissimmee, FL
Wednesday, February 1st
8am-9:30am Barnett Dog Park- 4801 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 10am- 12pm Lake Eola Park- 195 N Rosalind Ave, Orlando, FL 1:30pm- 3pm Fleet People’s Park- 2000 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 3:15pm-4:30pm Blue Jacket Park- 2501 General Rees Ave, Winter Park, FL
Thursday, February 2nd
8am- 9am Best Friends Disney- 2510 Bonnet Creek Parkway, Lake Buena Vista, FL 9:30am- 11am Dr. Phillips Dog Park- 8249 Buenavista Woods Blvd, Orlando, FL 11:30am- 1pm Meadow Woods Dog Park- 1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle, Orlando, FL 2:30pm- 4pm Mill Slow Dog Park- 2138 Agate St, Kissimmee, FL 4:30pm- 5:30pm Partin Triangle Dog Park- 2830 Neptune Rd, Kissimmee, FL
Friday, February 3rd
8:30am- 10am West Orange Dog Park- 12400 Marshall Farms Rd, Winter Garden, FL 10:30am- 12pm Doctor’s Dog Park- 21 N Highland Ave, Apopka, FL 1:30pm- 3pm Pawmosa Dog Park- 140 Plumosa Ave, Casselberry, FL 3:30pm- 5pm Barnett Dog Park- 4801 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL
Saturday, February 4th
9am-10:30am Hunter’s Creek Farmer’s Market- (Village Park) 13586 S. John Young Pkwy, Orlando, FL 11am- 12pm Celebration Ave, Celebration FL 1:30pm-3:30pm Fort Wilderness Dog Park- 3451 Fort Wilderness Terrace, Baylake, FL 4pm- 6pm Best Friends Disney- 2510 Bonnet Creek Parkway, Lake Buena Vista, FL
Sunday, February 5th
9am- 10:30am Barber Dog Park- 3701 Gaitlin Ave, Orlando, FL 11am- 12:30pm Downey Dog Park- 10107 Flowers Ave, Orlando, FL 2pm- 3:30pm Avalon Dog Park- 3680 Avalon Park Blvd, Orlando, FL
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Dear Dr. Fox: we not long ago acquired a womanlike Chihuahua from Canine Castaways. She is 5 years old. She may be really reserved but gets actually outspoken and aggravated when my spouse gives me something or touches me. She doesn’t tear but looks as if she will. She has not nipped him, but she will not go with him unless we give the OK. Other times, she will lay with him and play.
How can we decrease her hostility with him? When going for walks, she will go usually if we am with them. We have had Chihuahuas before, but they have always treated with colour us equally. We would similar to her to be a two-person dog. ” M.W., Naples, Fla.
Dear M.W.: As long as your spouse doesn’t feel deserted (some juvenile spouses actually turn sceptical in situations similar to yours), half the complaint is solved. Acceptance of your dog’s evident fastening and welfare toward you is a initial step. She may have been teased or abused by a male, and it will take time for her to certitude your husband.
Have your spouse take her for walks along with you, using a strap rsther than than a neck collar, and after a couple of days send them off without you going along. Have him take over grooming, fleeting him the brush as you are bathing the dog. Ditto with the food play ” twist down with it in your hand, call the dog over to you, then give the play to your hubby to put down. This way, she should pick up to certitude him. When your spouse gives you something or touches you and your dog acts protectively or seems jealous, you can teach her reserve by putting her on the building and getting her to lay and stay. Then bestow her for great behavior. A dog-training clicker to make a distracting sound is an alternative, as is a squeaky fondle
to route her attention.
Dear Dr. Fox: My cat, Fanni, is roughly 21 years old. She has had no illness problems via her life. However, she right away has a growth around a of her nipples, and it is stepping up in size. It moreover bleeds occasionally, and the skin around it looks raw. She moreover has an ulcer on her back that doesn’t heal. Between the two of us, we keep these areas clean. She does not deed similar to she is in pain. She still jumps up on the bed and climbs steps (albeit slowly).
When do we confirm it’s time to put her down? Her ardour is good, her excretory functions are periodic and consistent, and she purrs and interacts with me. She sleeps a lot and often sits with her eyes closed but not sleeping.
These tumors have been around for a few years, but usually inside of the past 6 months have they altered in size. At what indicate do we make the decision? ” J.D., Wheaton, Md.
Dear J.D.: Have a mobile/home-visiting veterinarian analyze your aged cat and demonstrate your fears about surgery. This is your call, but we would encouragement a decision against surgery, deliberation the modernized age of your cat. Comfort and high quality of life are paramount, as is great nourishment that includes high-quality protein that is simply eatable (such as Gerber’s duck and turkey newborn food). These may help upgrade your cat’s on the whole condition, along with a couple of drops of fish oil in her food ” this will moreover help mitigate any arthritis and kidney problems and may help free-for-all specific cancers.
The veterinarian can provide the ulcer and weigh the tumor. It’s probable the cancer may have already expansion to the lungs and other inner organs. The oldster will suggest you on what to look for as her condition worsens or other age-related illness problems develop. The highlight of operation on comparison animals, even with modern anesthetics and the most appropriate pre- and post-operative care, usually as well often delays the recovery.
I’m sure my regressive reply will anxious some readers and veterinarians, but we contingency well-defined our own vested romantic and financial interests from the most appropriate interests of the patient. Removing the growth when she was younger would probably have been prudent. This decision for an aged animal is never easy. One contingency be responsive of the consequences, similar to shame and blame, of determining to do nothing. Death is eventually unavoidable, but enlarged suffering is not, and euthanasia may be a good fortune indeed.
Send your questions to Dr. Fox in care of The Forum, Box 2020, Fargo, ND 58107. The volume of letter received prohibits personal replies, but questions and explanation of broad fascination will be discussed in future columns. Visit Dr. Fox’s website, www.twobitdog.com/DrFox.
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Ann Hodgman’s groundwork is home to 3 guinea pigs, a confine full of birds, a large gray rabbit, a level dog, a bulbul (look it up), two small rabbits, a hamster, and twenty-six midget mice. And that’s only the basement.Would your parents ever let you have that many pets at once?
If Ann Hodgman were your parents, she’d let you.
Here is the loyal story of what it’s similar to to live in her barnyard”er, house”with more animals than you’ll be able to keep follow of. Any child (or adult) who has ever owned or longed for a house pet will admire these furry, feathered, slimy, and scaly stories.The House of a Million Pets is a 2008 Bank Street – Best Children’s Book of the Year.
- Title: The House of a Million Pets
- Author: Ann Hodgman
- ISBN: 0805079742
- Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
- Pub Date: 2007-09-04
- “Betty Friends: My Life at the Zoo,” by Betty White (G.P. Putnam’s Sons; $26.95). Everyone’s preferred smart-alecky octogenarian became an animal romantic long before she became a Hollywood fixture. Here she tells about the dolphins, elephants and gorillas that have won her heart during her life.
- “Unlikely Friendships,” by Jennifer S. Holland (Workman Press; $13.95). The chimpanzee and the kitten. The elephant and the deviate dog. The leopard and the cow. These 47 stories of extraordinary interspecies friendships enthuse and offer new lessons about how admire works.
- “The Dog Friendly Home,” by Ruth Strother (Creative Publishing International; $16.99). A DIY (Dog It Yourself) plan book that can save puppy parents actual money. Projects add a dog palace, a nightstand bed for watchdogs on night task and lifted dog plates for bum diners.
- “Fun and Games for cats!,” by Denise Seidle (Hubble Hattie; $29.95). Plenty of dog practice books show up any year, but this singular book shows cat lovers how to obtain pool off the cot with games that use all from hankie balls to paper tubes.
- “My Dog: A Kid’s Guide to Keeping a Happy Healthy Pet,” by Michael J. Rosen (Workman Publishing; $13.95). Their intentions might be superb (“Can we have a dog? we guarantee to take care of it …”), but many kids are unaware how large a work dog-care is. This turn book is a great tutorial. It includes all from a dry-erase dog-care map out to practice essentials and fun tricks kids can use to show Fido off and stir the folks.
- “No Buddy Left Behind,” by Terri Crisp (Globe Pequot Press; $21.95). True tales of how American soldiers bring home dogs and cats that have become their pets in Iraq and Afghanistan, proof that humans and animals can reanimate together.
- “Your Dog is Your Mirror,” by Kevin Behan (New World Library; $23.95). A new innate dog practice way argues that owners can reinstate Cesar Milan’s Big Dog-dominance techniques with human-dog emotional bonding.
- “The Bedtime Book for Dogs,” by Bruce Littlefield (Grand Central Publishing; $15.99). Come, lay and read this tender book aloud to your dog so you both can relax at bedtime.
- “Dewey’s Nine Lives,” by Vicki Myron with Bret Witter (New American Library; $15). Two new stories are enclosed in this gathering of tales about Dewey, the kitten who fell from the sky to adopt a library and change lives.
Always There Pet Care has changed its dog and cat day care operations from 130 W. Jefferson Street to two well-defined locations. The Dog Resort has changed to 8305 Merrifield Avenue, Suite G in Fairfax whilst the Kitty Condo Resort is right away located at 920 W. Broad Street, Suite C in Falls Church. Always There Pet Care, that was declared “Best of Pet Care” by Washingtonian publication in 2008, is owned and operated by Michele Fisher and Angie Boggs.
For more data revisit www.awlaystherepetcare.com or call 703-237-5522 for data on their dog services, 703-241-CATS (2287) for data about their cat services.
What’s that luxurious, rumbling purr? It’s the sound of a delighted cat – a living a well-balanced, engaged, washed and immature lifestyle.
Filled with attractive photos of humorous felines and awww-inducing kittens, The Healthy cat 2012 Wall Calendar features tips, tricks and techniques on how to be a improved cat companion. cats of every multiply will croon in encouragement of the eco-friendly cat care and innate diet tips – inclusive healthy, homemade cat treats! – by writer Eve Adamson. She teaches us about sly socialization, innate remedies for familiar cat troubles and easy ways to lower the cats’ CO duke print. It’s sufficient to keep the cats purring from January to December.
Eve Adamson is an award-winning house pet writer and New York Times best-selling author. She has authored or coauthored over 50 books and bylined more than 100 articles and columns for publications such as Cat Fancy, Cats USA, Kittens USA and Veterinary Practice News. A associate of Cat Writers’ Association, Inc., Adamson writes about animal companions, holistic health, food and other lifestyle subjects from Iowa City, Iowa.
The interior pages of this monthly calendar are printed on 100% recycled, 50% post-consumer paper, processed chlorine giveaway and printed with soy formed inks. In add-on to copy the products on recycled paper, Amber Lotus Publishing continues to plant trees and cancel out the CO footprint with NativeEnergy.
- Title: Healthy Cat: A Year of Healthy Tips for Your Furry Friends 2012 Wall Calendar
- Author: Eve Adamson
- ISBN: 1602375054
- Publisher: Amber Lotus
- Pub Date: 2011-07-05
Continental Kennel Club ( CKC ) announces a new partnership with PetFirst Healthcare that will expand medical and life insurance benefits to puppies and dogs purebred with CKC commencement in January 2012.
Livingston, LA (PRWEB) December 31, 2011
All CKC registration packages will right away add 30-day mishap coverage up to $2,000 together with a 30-day life insurance gain of $300 for any dog at no extra cost.
“We are so vehement about the new partnership between PetFirst Healthcare and CKC and the worth it adds to any registration,” mentioned Mike Swain , General Manager of CKC. “These new benefits supply CKC dog owners protection for accidents and injuries that are familiar occurrences for newly purchased pets.”
“Purchasing a puppy is a programmed expense; however, many new owners frequently find themselves at a veterinarian’s office traffic with dear medical expenditure subsequent to an mishap or damage they never approaching to occur,” mentioned Swain. “The insurance benefits will help mitigate these financial burdens.”
CKC customers will moreover have the chance to buy house pet insurance at reduced prices over the primary 30-day coverage period.
“Our objective is for all of our products and services to add long-term worth to induction a puppy or dog with CKC and make our registration significant and utilitarian via the pet’s life,” mentioned Swain.
CKC’s registration provides lifelong benefits since its membership is is to border of the pet’s life with no annual membership renovation fees. CKC moreover provides informational resources, informative materials, low-cost registration services and is right away introducing reduced house pet insurance and dog-care products as well.
To serve accelerate the worth of purchasing and induction a puppy from a CKC breeder, the firm moreover not long ago entered in to an consent with Revival Animal Health and their sister brand Great Companions, a of the dog industry’s premier providers of high quality illness care and dog goods and products. Through this alliance, CKC members will take favoured pricing on Revival and Great Companions goods and specifically finished products that add all that a new puppy owners needs to deliver a puppy in to their home or family.
“Together with Revival, you have created a new puppy package that has all of the essentials indispensable to deliver a puppy in to your home inclusive a kennel, bed, bathing supplies, illness care items, practice materials and more. These new puppy kits start next $80 and are a extensive worth for any person who is starting from graze with a new puppy,” mentioned Swain.
Mike Roy, boss of CKC, assures CKC has strived from its commencement in 1991 to be the most appropriate worth in the registration attention for its breeders and for its members.
“We have corroborated our undertaking to breeders by stability our no spawn price process even in the lagging economy,” mentioned Roy. “We are similarly committed to being the most appropriate in the business at ancillary customers with the top high quality of service and the most appropriate values for products and services. Our partnerships with PetFirst Healthcare and Revival Animal Health serve denote this commitment.”
In demand to access PetFirst Healthcare insurance benefits and Revival Animal Health reduced products, or for more information, call 1.800.952.3376, or revisit CKC online at .
About Continental Kennel Club
Continental Kennel Club is a universal provider of dog registration services and products. Headquartered at 28901 South Frost Road in Livingston, Louisiana 70754, the firm has purebred millions of dogs worldwide in over 70 countries. Continental Kennel Club was founded in 1991 and not long ago well-known its 20th Anniversary.
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