STAMFORD, Conn., April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — CanidaeTM, a premium pet food company, today announced a partnership with Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt, animal advocate and New York Times bestselling author, for the launch of its new Sustain the Goodness campaign and environmentally friendly alternative pet food line, Canidae SustainTM, in preparation for Earth Day 2021. This initiative perfectly exemplifies Canidae‘s pursuit to improve the lives of pets and their people and investment in creating a healthier planet for pets and people to play on. Sustain the Goodness is one of many steps Canidae
MEDINA, Ohio (WJW) – Medina City Council on Monday will be considering legislation that would make it illegal to feed stray and wild animals if it contributes to those animals becoming a nuisance for neighbors.
The ordinance is something that Councilman Bill Lamb tells Fox 8 News he and his colleagues on council have been working on in committee for several years with representatives of the city’s law department.
Council President John Coyne II says it was modeled after similar laws in other communities.
While there are many reasons pets end up in shelters, two Twin Cities organizations have joined forces to spread their resources further in an attempt to curb pet surrenders.
Both founded in 2009, Secondhand Hounds, an animal rescue and pet adoption center, and People & Pets Together, the first pet food shelf in
Just about this time, one year ago, South Jersey Regional Animal Shelter’s Outreach department was noticing that most of our calls for help involving felines were about community cats (cats who live outdoors or are feral) or kittens found outside.
These calls were just one more indication of a problem that we were already aware of – massive cat overpopulation in our community.
It was time for us to do more to help caregivers and make a difference, and so began the shelter’s TNVR (Trap Neuter Vaccinate and Release) program. SJRAS’s TNVR Team is a group of dedicated staff members
Animal care technicians provide critical care to the pets at the SPCHS shelter. Duties include direct animal care such as feeding, grooming, and bathing shelter pets as well as maintenance and cleaning of the facility. This is a great employment opportunity for individuals interested in pet care and with a compassion for animals.
Basic requirements include the ability to safely, humanely, and kindly care for shelter cats and dogs. Physical requirements are the ability to stand, walk, bend, and stoop frequently to perform duties, and to perform prolonged strenuous physical activity including lifting and carrying objects weighing up to 50