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Spring Bully Walk 2015 - May 31st

Spring Bully Walk 2015 - May 31st

SPRING BULLY WALK 2015

Dog walk & fun family event benefiting the Fresno Bully Rescue.

Date & Time:
Sunday, May 31st, 2015
Woodward Park/Mountain View Picnic Area

Registration begins at 9:00am
Walk begins at 10:00am, Event Ends at 1:00pm

Background & Purpose:
The Bully Walk is a bi-annual event and fundraiser for the Fresno Bully Rescue. A local non-profit, no-kill dog shelter.
This is a family-friendly event! ALL BREEDS OF DOGS WELCOME! The theme this year is “Luau/Hawaii”.
This is the Fresno Bully Rescues largest fundraiser of the year!
Start off with a 2 mile walk through beautiful Woodward Park, then we will have vendors from around the
community, a dog hula contest and a photo booth! Don't miss this awesome event! Guests (2 and 4-legged)
are encouraged to wear Luau inspired outfits.

Where to Go:
Woodward Park - Mountain View Picnic Area
7775 Friant Road, Fresno CA 93720

Lemoore Vaccine Clinic April 4th

Lemoore Vaccine Clinic April 4th

Cat Owners Should “Beat the Heat” Before Spring

Cat Owners Should “Beat the Heat” Before Spring

Warmer weather may still be months away, but Valley Animal Center wants you to “Beat the Heat” by spaying your cat in advance of her heat cycle and preventing unwanted litters from being born this spring. Animal shelters commonly refer to spring time as “kitten season” because that is when they receive the largest influx numbers of unwanted litters that are difficult to adopt.

That’s why Valley Animal Center is offering a special “Beat the Heat” campaign sponsored by PetSmart Charities, the largest funder of animal welfare efforts in North America Through the “Beat the Heat” campaign, Valley Animal Center will provide $20 spay and neuter surgeries for female cats during the month of February.

Protecting Pets In These Freezing Temperatures

We are experiencing freezing temperatures this week in the Central Valley region.  The Central California Animal Disaster Team offers these important tips to keep your pets healthy, safe and well during the winter weather and if you travel in areas where there is snow. 

§                     Keep your pets inside - when possible when freezing weather occurs. If you have to take them out, stay outside with them. If it is too cold for you, it is too cold for them.

 

Pet Pictures With Santa

Pet Pictures With Santa

 

You have one last time to have Santa pose for pictures with your pet - December 2nd and 3rd.

Monday and Tuesday from 5-8pm pet family members are welcome to visit Santa at Sierra Vista Mall and take a photo. Please make sure your pet is on a leash or in a carrier.

 

 

 

 

Pet Pictures With Santa

Pet Pictures With Santa

 

It's time for your loving and adorable pets to take pictures with Santa November 25th and 26th.

Today and tomorrow from 5-8pm pet family members are welcome to visit Santa at Sierra Vista Mall and take a photo. Please make sure your pet is on a leash or in a carrier.

(Santa will do this again December 2nd and 3rd)

 

 

Don't Forget to Keep Your Pets Cool During This Extreme Heat

Don't Forget to Keep Your Pets Cool During This Extreme Heat

Remember that when it is hot for you, it is even hotter for them. Cats and dogs do not sweat through their skin. They cool themselves by panting or rapid breathing, which means animals must work hard to stay cool.

Too much heat can be extremely dangerous or even fatal. If your best friend has a shorter nose, like Persian cats and English Bulldogs, he is more susceptible to heatstroke than breeds with longer noses. This can occur very quickly for those breeds.