Saturday, March 5, 2011
Friday, March 4, 2011
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Storms Could Cause Problems For Endymion; Route Changed - Carnival 2011 News Story - WDSU New Orleans
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
My foster home(2 Tulane grad students) can no longer foster Keller due to their school & work schedules. I am on the search for a foster or forever home. She is well behaved. Does not chew, fully housetrained. She is dog & cat friendly. She is the SWEETEST dog EVER with people of all ages. Wonderful companion & house pet. She is totally BLIND in both eyes. She was born blind. She is approx 2 yrs old. These 2 students took her on many social events & even taught her how to jog along side of them. She loves to go on walks too.
I don't want to stress her out by putting her in a boarding facility again, she becomes so depressed.
If someone chooses to foster all expenses paid----food & vet care. Completely vetted, incl. spayed.
Pls. watch her video & open the link. I have also attached 3 photos for those that have trouble with the link.
New Orleans, LA
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Our groomer... is doing some rescue work and is trying to find a home for her. She was one of 85 dogs rescued from the home of a hoarder on the north shore. She's currently in (groomer) home & she's working on house training.
Monday, February 28, 2011
There was actually a dog underneath all of this......that was found today by one of our employees, Jessica, on her way to work. > Jessica thought it was a plastice bag on side of the road until it picked up it's head. > Thank God she picked her up and Tina brought her to the vet. The dog was hardly able to stand, couldn't use her back legs and even her mouth could barely open. She was sedated and it took 3 hours with 4 people shaving the hair off. They said it was the worse they had ever seen. Needless to say she is absolutely the sweetest little girl underneath that. Tina brought her back to the shelter where she is resting in her "coon nest" in peace. > We will need donations to take care of her. It appears she has severe back leg problems. We need to have them evaluated by a specialist as they don't straighten up and she walks funny. I want to thank Jessica and Tina, 2 of our wonderful employees, Dr. Sue Olivier,Dr Amy and the amazing staff at Acadiana West Vet office. They really helped us out today. > Of course she wasn't micro chipped so we'll never know where she came from. Pic #'s 0442 and 432 are her "after" pictures. > If anyone would want to donate funds for her please mail to: P.O. Box 83 Belle Chasse, La. 70037. Also, please send to your data base so others may help her. > Oh I forgot to tell you her name....Miracle. Thanks Donna for coming up with her name.....it certainly fits her. > > Thanks to all of you for supporting PAWS.
Jackie et al are doing such a great job @ City Bark
FIELD TRIP FUN: Earlier this month, first grade students from St. Benedict the Moor School visited the SPCA and NOLA City Bark to learn about the proper treatment of pets as part of their Service-Learning Unit entitled "Care for God's Creatures." Board members Jackie Shreves and Kathy Schrenk met with the students outside the dog park and spoke with them about the dog park, its rules, and care of dogs. The students enjoyed watching the dogs play in the park and were lucky, with the permission of its owner, to pet a very patient and gentle Labradoodle who was entering the dog park. The students' service project will be to make dog biscuits, adoption bandanas, and cat toys and to collect newspapers and towels for the SPCA. The Brown Foundation is the sponsor for their project. NOLA City Bark Board strongly believes that education is the best prevention against animal abuse. If you have a school group that would like to visit the dog park, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.