Coco Chanel

A Registered Therapy Dog

Archive for July, 2010

Help Get Free Food Donated Everyday to Needy Animals

Hi, all you animal lovers!  This is pretty simple… Please ask 10 friends to each ask a further ten to do this today!  The Animal Rescue Site is having trouble getting enough people to click on it daily so they can meet their quota of getting FREE FOOD donated every day to abused & neglected animals.  It takes less than a minute (about 15 seconds) to go to their site & click on the purple box ‘fund food for animals for free’. This doesn’t cost you a thing.  Their corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate food to abandoned/neglected animals in exchange for advertising.  Here’s the web site! Please pass it along to people you know.
http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com/

Cradles to Crayons

Cradles to Crayons www.cradlestocrayons.org is raising money to help 15,000 children start the school year with backpacks, school supplies, essential clothing, and footwear. A $15.00 donation can help one child get ready for the new school year. If you have a few dollars to spare this is an amazing organization that helps so many children and we support them in any way we can.

Coco Inspired A Cartoon

Coco inspired today’s cartoon on www.drawthedog.com. And, it’s a true story. It’s called No Ticket. Please check it out!!!

Weekly Cuddle Companion on Petside.com

Ms. Coco was chosen from thousands of dogs on Petside.com to be their Weekly Cuddle Companion.

Please go to http://www.petside.com/petsideblog/2010/07/weekly-cuddle-champion-coco.php

Samson needs a home

Sampson in a year and a half old in-tact pitbull.  The girl who owns him moved from a big home with a huge yard where Sampson could run free to a small apartment in the city where the owner will not allow her to keep him.  She says he is getting sad and misses his time outside.  He is a loveable, friendly boy who is good with children.  She has tried pitty rescue and they are full up as well as a few shelters who want rather large donations for surrendering him.  The owner had to downsize her home due to financial concerns so she hardly has the money to donate at this time.  She is heartbroken and does not know where else to turn.  Does anyone have any suggestions or has a place for Sampson?
 
 
Thank you all in advance – Kristin & Yukon – Boston

 

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  • Dog B.O.N.E.S

    Coco and I were certified through Dog B.O.N.E.S in Scitaute MA. Pease go to www.therapydogs.info to read more info.

    Jill Flynne and NEAFA

    Jill Flynne is one of dearest friends and favorite people. She is a fabulous artist and graphic designer who trained at the Parson’s School of Design. The amazing likeness of Coco she created is the banner ad on this web site.

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    Bark Buckle Up

    Bark Buckle Up Pet Safety Program is traveling nationally to teach and promote pet safety while traveling with your pets. Because more pets now travel with their owners, especially in vehicles, there is a risk to vehicle occupants and others should an accident occur. This program educates you about first responders called to render aid in an accident, assist a frightened or injured animal, and treat victims. Please go to their site at http://barkbuckleup.com and register for a free safety kit. Fill out a simple application form and they will send you an id card for your glove box and a decal for your windshield that police, fire and emergency vehicles will be able to identify in an emergency.

    Life with McDuff

    Judy McFadden commented on our work in her most recent blog. Please go to her web site www.lifewithmcduff.com or http://lifewithmcduffbook.blogspot.com. Judy is the author of Life With McDuff, a wonderful novel about her life and journey with her therapy dog. We highly recommend it.