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Paw It Forward Cookout & Donation Collection Event (7/18/15)

One of my clients hosts an annual “Paw It Forward” event to collect donations for three of Thurston County’s rescue groups: Wolf Haven International, Feline Friends, and Concern for Animals. They would love to have you join the fun this year!

Even if you do not bring a donation, they’d love to have you come . . . → Read More: Paw It Forward Cookout & Donation Collection Event (7/18/15)

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Plant & Rummage Sale Fundraiser for Feline Friends (5/30/15)

‘Tis the season! The annual Plant & Rummage sale for Feline Friends is on the way. There are always great deals. As usual, I expect there will be antiques, collectibles, clothes, and the usual rummage sale items GALORE filling the cafeteria and hallways.

Where: Griffin School When: May 30, 2015 Time: 9 AM to 2 . . . → Read More: Plant & Rummage Sale Fundraiser for Feline Friends (5/30/15)

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8th Annual Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt (March 28, 2015)

On March 28th the 8th Annual Dog Gone Easter Egg Hunt will happen at The RAC, (Regional Athletic Center of Lacey) .

Join us in giving canine buddies for a fun-filled day with the focus all on them. All proceeds go to three local charities: Concern for Animals, Feline Friends, and Thurston County Sheriff . . . → Read More: 8th Annual Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt (March 28, 2015)

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Trap Neuter Return Resources & Workshop on Oct 12 2014

Ya know that old saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”? Well, that’s what TNR (Trap-Neuter/Spay-Return) programs are about.

I began doing TNR because I’ve seen too many young cats die from painful diseases or from lack of food. It seems much more humane and effective to prevent feline pregnancies . . . → Read More: Trap Neuter Return Resources & Workshop on Oct 12 2014

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Arthritis In Dogs – Slowing Its Progression & Managing The Pain (Workshop on Dec 14 2013)

Coming soon is another workshop at my vet (Hawks Prairie Veterinary Hospital) taught by Marnie Black. Marnie is licensed in Small Animal Massage and specializes in working with animals who have special needs. She’s lived with several dogs who had arthritis. Bring your small animal if you want to practice the massage techniques on your . . . → Read More: Arthritis In Dogs – Slowing Its Progression & Managing The Pain (Workshop on Dec 14 2013)

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