Saturday, May 14, 2011
Does your pet show signs of less-than-optimal digestive health, such as occasional abdominal discomfort and gas, occasional bad breath or vomiting?
While I have not used this product... I did learn a lot from the video. My poor little Henri gets FortiFlora daily and it has made a huge difference in his little system!
"One Easy Solution for Your Pet's Digestive Woes"
How about less-than-optimal joint health? Minor food sensitivities? Lackluster energy and overall less-than-ideal health? You probably wouldn't suspect these issues to be connected with poor digestion, would you?
Many holistic veterinarians like me have discovered a solution that may help with all of these complaints and much more. In fact, this may be one of your greatest allies in helping to maintain your pet's total health.
What is this solution?
Enzymes may drastically improve your pet's digestion and absorption of nutrients, and as I suspect you'll soon discover, contribute considerably to your pet's well-being.
Friday, May 13, 2011
Thursday, May 12, 2011
N.O. Emergency Manager: ''Be Prepared For Anything'' But ''no Reason To Panic'' - WWL - AM870 | FM105.3 | News | Talk | Sports
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
The Humane Society of West Alabama is assisting victims of the tornado in the Tuscaloosa, AL area. They contacted us asking we help them network. They are in dire need of DRY kitten, adult cat, and puppy food (they currently have none & demand is high). They've gotten large shipments of adult dog and that's mostly what the public is donating also. They pulled all the kittens and a good number of cats from Metro Animal Shelter(local kill shelter) in Tuscaloosa to make room for the storm animals.
The plight of the animals affected by the tornado damage is very reminiscent of Hurricane Katrina – there are efforts being made to rescue lost, injured, hungry displaced animals and hold them in nearby shelters and facilities so that their owners can reclaim them as soon as they’re able. .
- DRY kitten food
- DRY cat food
- DRY puppy food
- Flea/Tick treatments (Front Line- preferred or Advantage- all weights)
- Flea/Tick Shampoo
- Wire crates (collapsible)
- Water/Food bowls
- Cat/Dog Collars
- Cat/Dog leashes
They are also accepting cash or check donations made out to Humane Society of West Alabama.
We have several businesses that are collecting donations in the New Orleans Area.
- Esthetique Facial Spa
5702 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70115
Tues - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Adventure Pets
2989 Hwy 190, Mandeville, LA 70471
Mon - Sat:10:00 am - 6:00 pm Sun:12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Any purchases made at Adventure Pets to be donated will receive a 20% discount.
- Crumb Engineering
4609 Fairfield Street Metairie, LA 70006-2742
Mon - Fri: 9:00 - 5:00 pm
An Animal Helper volunteer is driving to Tuscaloosa Friday or Saturday (05/13 or 05/14) to deliver the supplies we gather.
We can personally vouch for this group. We worked with them in 2005-2006 with Maddie's Fund. Also we're in touch with some of their volunteers on the ground now.
In case you are close to Tuscaloosa, AL & can donate:
Humane Society of West Tuscaloosa, 3201 Main Ave (near McFarland Blvd), Northport, AL, 35476.
Hours are 10-5
Also you can donate via paypal: www.humanesocietyofwa.org and click the donate button on the home page.
Monday, May 9, 2011
Armed Robberies occurred at 6000 block Chestnut and 5500 block Perrier, although several hours apart, appear to be related. We assigned a detective to work on both cases. Nothing additional to report.
64G on Perrier item# E-9847 zone F, reporting person stated as she entered her vehicle, she was approached by a B/M with lower part of face covered brandishing a gun demanding money. Victim gave her purse containing $ 13.00.
64G on Chestnut item# E-9849-11 zone F, reporting person stated he attempted to assist neighbor when B/M with lower part of face covered pulled a gun and demanded money. Perpetrator entered victim’s residence and took victim’s wife’s purse.
If anyone observes the described perpetrator, do not approach, call 911.....
(64 G = Armed Robbery)
Commander Darryl Albert
New Orleans Police Department-
4317 Magazine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Off: (504) 658-6020
Several weeks back we reported that there were two dogs spotted on highway side of fence on Earhart Expressway heading toward NOLA from Harahan. We did NOT set up a feeding station at that time because we did not want to encourage these dogs to “live” there when we thought it was possible that they had just inadvertently gone through the hole in the fence that one time.
Today, we received a report that the two dogs were spotted again, a little further down on the grass but nevertheless on the same side of the expressway. It would appear that since this is the second report that these dogs are “living” along this stretch and possibly coming and going through fence back into neighborhood side.
ARNO DESPERATELY wants to help these two dogs, if they are opposite sexes, it won’t be long before puppies will be born along the side of this expressway and that would surely be fatal. However, ARNO is at full capacity at our shelter, we cannot even attempt to remove these dogs from the expressway until someone can step up and offer to foster one or both of these dogs for ARNO.
Please, help us help these dogs who are in a very dangerous location. If you would like to help by fostering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will start the process from there.