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Jul 13th 2012 6:51PM That beautiful babys face was precious! She took it all in!
Aug 15th 2010 8:54AM Since there is a Pet Product on the list I would also suggest 'Pill Pockets' to treat and medicate your dog or cat at the same time. Both my dogs and cats absolutely love them and it takes the pain out of giving medicine to your pets. You just put the pill in the hole and pinch the top shut. They are high quality and can be found at most vets or even the PetSmart stores and online. If you're like me and have pets on medicine, even long term give them a try. What a great way to take the stress out of pilling our pets.
Mar 21st 2010 9:38PM Kathy, Ask a shelter in your city who offers low cost spay/neuter. Nearly every city has a low cost spay/neuter clinic (most shelters will do it for little or no cost). If your city does not, consult other vets in your town and get estimates. Don't be afraid to tell them your situation as most vets do have a heart and most vets have discounts for newly rescued animals. If the vet that you 1st consulted does not, you should find a different one anyway. Please try to keep them. They are wonderful animals and they need you desparately. It is very hard on both dogs and cats to be moved from place to place as they are just like people, very sensative. They definately understand abandonment. And, although you think someone else may be a good home, that is not always the case. Good luck, Kathy.