Monday, May 10, 2010

Denver Pet Newsletter, Events, Spring-Summer Activities and More!

Denver Spring Pet Newsletter Denverdaawg
Pet Care Spring 2010 - Vol 13, Issue 25

Is It Winter or Spring?
That's the popular question that's being asked lately. Between 60-80' degree days and snow the next, who knows what to wear each day to work or whether to go skiing or play golf! Regardless of what the weather is doing, Denverdaawg is always happy to help provide services while you are away. Feel free to call us and ask about our Spring Specials! Want to be Happier in life? Want to live longer? Want to be stress free, well you can with the help of your Pet, click here to find out how in a recent study That is our topic of discussion this month. Denverdaawg is excited to help while many of our clients are away at work, vacation or simply need a night out away from their kids! Feel free to read more about Denverdaawg, Behavior Issues, Dog Parks, Top Pet Sites to help and most popular. Big News! Colorado Humane Society Accused Of Mismanagement Click here for more information on the latest news.

Spring/Summer Pet Tips Pools/Lakes: Children are not the only ones who can drown when left unattended in pools or lakes. Never leave your pet attended when they are swimming and always make sure they have an easy way out or the pool is enclosed and inaccessible. Fishing Tackle: Colorful stinky fishing lures are very tempting to cats, dogs and birds and can prove to be very dangerous. Hooks are usually barbed and can not be backed out until the barb is removed. Never try to remove these hooks on your own. Seek veterinary help and sedation to prevent tissue trauma. Car Windows or Pick up Trucks: Dogs love to feel the wind in their faces but uncovered truck beds are a very dangerous place for your pet. Sudden stops or turns can throw your pet from the truck and a major injury could occur from the fall or by being hit by an oncoming car. Additionally, there is a lot of debris and insects moving at high velocities that can be hazardous.

Important Food Safety Update NATURE'S VARIETY NEWS - MARCH 8, 2010 Nature's Variety is announcing that out of an abundance of caution, we are voluntarily recalling all Chicken Formula and Organic Chicken Formula products with a "Best If Used By" date on or before 2/5/11. Nature's Variety has received new test results from an outside facility that indicate that Chicken Formula Raw Frozen Diet with the "Best If Used By" date of 10/29/10 and Chicken Formula Raw Frozen Diet with the "Best If Used By" date of 11/9/10 may be contaminated with Salmonella. Therefore, we are voluntarily recalling these date codes of product from the marketplace.

Denverdaawg Information and More!

Looking for Denver Dog Parks click on me, or off leash areas look no further Statistics show that 1 in 3 families own a Pet, well here in Colorado I have to think that number jumps to every other family! Denver has been voted many years running the Top city in the U.S. to own a Pet and I believe it. The question is how to better improve your Pet's behavior, health or well being...that's where I come in. *Boca on another Winter Fishing Trip

Denverdaawg Here To Make Your Life Easier!
Why do I need a Pet Sitter or Dog Walker? If you are like most working Americans you are low on time and high on tasks. You might put in long hours at the office. This shortens the amount of time you spend engaging in dog walking with your best canine friend every day. Different dog breeds have different daily exercise requirements, so your pooch might need extensive dog walking or run in the middle of the day to keep from Behavior issues. How can you take your dog walking and be at work at the same time? You can hire a dog walker to be your dog walking replacement while you are at work. Often times a dog walker is more then just a necessity because many dogs that have limited dog walking time become irritable. Dogs need to have daily exercise and human connection through dog walking. This lack of exercise has let excess energy build up and can make your loving pet a little less loving.

Thank you for the taking the time to hear more about Denverdaawg Professional Pet Care and the services we provide! Let us know if we can help keep your Pet Happy while you're away. Feel free to send this to your friends that live in the Denver Metro area as well, we are always happy to meet new faces! Areas We Cover: Capitol Hill, Park Hill, Congress Park, Uptown, Downtown, Stapleton, Lowry, Cherry Creek and Washington Park. We are an Insured/Bonded Experienced caretaker for your Pets! We have over 10,000 satisfied client visits so we must be doing something right so far!

Denver Pet Events!!
More also at Mile High Magazine Love is the Best Medicine The Denver Dumb Friends League joins us in presenting veterinarian Dr. Nick Trout as he discusses and signs his new book Love Is the Best Medicine: What Two Dogs Taught One Veterinarian About Hope, Humility, and Everyday Miracles ($23.99 Broadway Books). Tattered Cover Bookstore - Highlands Ranch 9315 Dorchester St Littleton, CO 80129 Furry Scurry Event by the DDFL Event Link Please join us for this two-mile walk for animals in Washington Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 1, benefiting the Dumb Friends League. This fundraiser helps us care for more than 25,000 homeless pets every year and provide valuable services to our community. REGISTRATION TIMES Day-of registration will begin at 7 a.m. Walk will commence at 9 a.m. Dumb Friends League's Critter Camps (Summer 2010) Date: Jun 06, 2010 (Sun) - Aug 13, 2010 (Fri) Send your child to one of the Dumb Friends League's summer camps for a howling good time! During Critter Camp, third through fifth grade children will learn how to be safe around animals, as well as work with a variety of pets at the Quebec Street shelter.

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We're happy to announce a new Stray and Rescue site for those who have lost or found a recent stray/pet. Most are familiar with what to do but for most, where to begin is the hardest part. Boca was rescued one year ago this week and any advice I can offer to help others we're happy to do so. Checkout our new Stray-Rescue site Also another thanks goes out to Greg from Big Dogs Huge Paws for his help with our recent rescue. Their site Link as well
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We are happy to announce that Junior, a recent stray dog was rescued and after some fostering, we found his owners! Junior was a local's favorite, about 10 people in the neighborhood were involved and able to help with the rescue. Glad to hear that so many people helped and Junior is safely back home again!

Another Fortunate Rescue!