Saturday, August 17, 2013

I am sick...

Off to the Vet. 


Flashback ~ 7.9.9

Henri and Isabelle (orange ribbon)... 
My goodness they were a handful! 

Play time...


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Great way to support Humane Society of Louisiana - today!

Don't miss 'LemonAid Day for Animals', our second annual summer outreach event and fundraiser, when kids and their families pitch in to support the Humane Society of Louisiana. The event is held on 'National Homeless Animals Day' and funds raised will be used to pay for veterinary bills for abused, neglected and homeless animals. 

LemonAID STAND LOCATIONS**

August 17th 

New Orleans:

JEFFERSON FEED 11-3
4421 Jefferson Hwy
New Orleans, LA 70121

NEIGHBORHOOD PET MARKET by Jefferson Feed 11-3
231 N. Carrollton Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119

St Tammany:

JACKSON VAUGHN INSURANCE 11 - 2 (possibly later)
803 Pine St, Madisonville 70447
(On the R, across from pink snowball stand on Hwy 22 before you get to the Tchefuncte River bridge) 

Washington:

FRANKLINTON FARMER'S MARKET
(Magnolia Chapter)
10 - 2pm

LOUISIANA RIVER ADVENTURES/WAYNE'S WORLD TUBING
11697 Hunt Road
Franklinton, LA 70448

**These are just the stands which have registered with us for publicity. Many more parents have agreed to participate with their kids, so if you see a stand in your neighborhood - please support the their efforts!! 

Too busy to set up your own lemonade stand? Why not drop by to volunteer with your kids? If you can help at the Jefferson Feed locations in New Orleans, contact Jeff at jeff@humanela.org.

'LemonAID Day for Animals' was inspired by a young animal advocate named Jence, who decided to make a difference by operating a lemonade stand to benefit her local humane society. In addition to supporting LemonAID Day, Jence continues her activism with her new nonprofit group 'Little Citizens, Big Change'. Check out some of their work and some media coverage of last year's LemonAid Day for Animals:

http://www.little-citizens.org/about.html

Care to make a donation on behalf of this effort? Please use the link, below. We'll put your gift in with the total count of what the kids helped us raise:

http://www.humanela.org/donate.htm

Please contact us at info@humanela.org to participate, and we'll send you more details.

Owner of Rottweiler Killed By Hawthorne Police Charged With Intimidating Witness

Hummmm

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Hi Mommy!


If that one model would just move!


This is going to be great fun!

Enjoy your Saturday y'all!

Keeping a watchful eye... Erin


15 Chain Stores that Welcome Dogs - Bring your babies to Home Depot!

5 More Chain Stores that Welcome Dogs | i Love Dog-Friendly - Premier Dog-Friendly Travel Guide:

Bass Pro, Nordstrom, Old Navy, Saks

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10 more!

Including - Barnes & Noble, Gap, Home Depot & Lowes


Friday, August 16, 2013

A spend the night party?!


Our daily pup picture!


"abandoned" LOL


Look what we are getting @ 8th & Prytania!


Ms. Erin is back!

all smiles!

Schnauzer Play Date @ City Bark

Tomorrow is our City Bark  Schnauzer play date!  Come out at 830 AM - time changed due to the heat!

We are asking if you have home and/or clothing items to donate to a Goodwill or other cause, please consider taking them
to NO FLEAS MARKET at 4228 Magazine Street.  Tell them it is for Schnauzer Rescue of Louisiana and they will give us
a portion on items donated on our behalf!     We have been getting a check every few months from them and it helps!  We have
been using these funds to help treat heart worm positive dogs we have had to refuse taking in the past.  

If you can't make it to NO FLEAS MARKET then bring items you wish to donate tomorrow and Susan and I will get it to
NO FLEAS. Can't make it tomorrow, then drop them off on my porch, at 6459 Colbert.  
 This is a great way to help us if you can't foster or get involved with the dogs themselves!  

If resale shopping is something you do, they are a VERY NICE resale shop and have great items, in good condition.  They have hosted us for pet adoption days and
do a great job of merchandising.  


Colleen Mooney Realtor
Realty Executives
504 468-7979
3525 Hessmer Avenue
Metairie, LA  70002
504-236-7765 Cell
colleenmooney@yahoo.com
Licensed in Louisiana with the Louisiana
    Real Estate Commission



Today it is Henri...

Waiting for the refrigerator to fly open...

Baby B is talking to Pamela!


Word


Hi Mommy!


Weak laws in neighboring states help sustain cockfighting breeding in Louisiana, animal rights advocates say | NOLA.com

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Inhumane puppy mill uncovered in Ragley, LA

UNREAL...

Inhumane puppy mill uncovered in Ragley, LA; Sheriff ignores suffering dogs - Lake Charles Dog Rescue | Examiner.com:

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Vacation!





Mine too!


Playing fetch is so last year!

Introducing the World's First Laptop for Dogs | Toshiba PetBook K9:

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Recalls, Market Withdrawals, & Safety Alerts P&G Voluntarily Recalls Limited Quantity of Dry Pet Food Due to Possible Health Risk

I posted about this earlier this week but wanted to make sure everyone saw it!

Recalls, Market Withdrawals, & Safety Alerts P&G Voluntarily Recalls Limited Quantity of Dry Pet Food Due to Possible Health Risk

TS Erin... Models I can get behind!


92L! Nice work Mother Nature!


Morning y'all!


Thursday, August 15, 2013

Erin is coming back and taking my baby... I love this dog!


American Horror Story set in the Quarter

I wish I was not a huge chicken... I would love to watch it but the commercials freak me out! 


Bradley walks fast!


No really Isabelle - relax


Puppy C has the best smile!

Brother is so serious...

Twenty(something) Questions: Writing a love story

LOVE!

Twenty(something) Questions: Writing a love story | NolaVie - Life and Culture in New Orleans:

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Under her bed...


S-p-o-i-l-e-d!


So serious about walkin'


On the way to school... Not to thrilled!


Important heads up!


Yea! Vacation!



Barb's house guest... I can't get enough of this puppy!


Rollin out!


Is this considered a walk?


So happy!


Latest scenarios...


I may be pouting...


This one has a life...


Heads up y'all!


Filming at Christ Church Cathedral is scheduled for Friday, August 16, 2013.  The hours of activity are approximately 10:00 am to 9:00 pm.  While the majority of our larger trucks will be parked on private property, we have permitted to keep portions of 2900 St. Charles Ave clear for picture while we are filming.  We will also be parking some of our essential working trucks on 2900 Block of Carondelet Street, 1600 Block of Sixth Street, and 1600 Block of Seventh Street.
This filming is being done with the knowledge and cooperation of the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Economy / Film New Orleans.  For more information, contact Katherine Gunnell Williams at Film New Orleans (504-658-0923 / www.filmneworleans.org).
We thank you in advance for allowing us to film in your beautiful area.  In order to understand the needs of both residents and merchants, we ask that you call us with any questions or concerns regarding our proposed filming. Please feel free to contact us at any time. Thank you again for your time and consideration!
Sincerely,
Elston J. Howard
Location Manager
504-662-1691
Deven Schruff
Key Asst. Location Manager
Erin Burns
Asst. Location Manager
504-662-1691 ofc
blackwhitelocations@gmail.com

504.658.0923 (O)
504.329.0665 (C)
504.658.4238 (F)


WWW.FILMNEWORLEANS.ORG

Press release from LA/SPCA





LA/SPCA SEIZES OVER 450 ROOSTERS AND OTHER BIRDS FROM NEW ORLEANS PROPERTY

NEW ORLEANS, LA (August 14, 2013) —  In the largest seizure in the animal welfare organization’s history, today the LA/SPCA seized over 450 roosters and other birds from a location in the 14000 block of Chef Menteur Highway in New Orleans East. The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) was called in by the LA/SPCA to assist with search warrants and the arrest of Trinh T. Tran, age 47, of New Orleans. 
The LA/SPCA found over 450 birds, primarily roosters, housed on the property.  An additional 100-150 roosters and other birds were also found running loose on the property. The birds are being catalogued and seized as evidence and will be housed at the LA/SPCA’s facility. Traditional cockfighting implements were also found on the property. Drug paraphernalia, including needles and steroids traditionally used in cockfighting operations, was also found on the property. The NOPD was called in to assist to file criminal charges against the individual who owns the property.  The accused was arrested and booked with felony cruelty charges as well as cockfighting. He is also being cited with misdemeanor possession of exotic animals. 

The LA/SPCA was alerted to the alleged illegal operation after receiving an anonymous tip.   LA/SPCA’s Cruelty Division conducted an investigation prior to today’s seizure, confirmed Ana Zorrilla, LA/SPCA’s CEO.   “Cockfighting is an inhumane practice where intentional pain is inflicted upon another living creature for the sake of barbaric entertainment, and any complaints of such activity are taken very seriously,” said Zorrilla.  “Unfortunately the laws in Louisiana currently do not provide serious punishment, and this needs to be changed,” added Zorrilla. 

Louisiana’s cockfighting ban went into effect in August 2008. The state penalty for a first offense is a maximum fine of $1,000 and up to six months in prison. A second or third offense is a felony punishable by up to six months in prison at hard labor and a maximum fine of $2,000. 

Animal cruelty is defined as acts of violence or neglect committed against animals. As part of its mission to combat animal cruelty in the Gulf South, the non-profit LA/SPCA works to inform the public about animal abuse and neglect, to educate residents about proper care and treatment of pets, and to investigate charges of animal cruelty. 


To report suspected animal cruelty, please contact the LA/SPCA Animal Control Department at (504) 762-3350 or email dispatch@la-spca.org.



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RECALL - Eukanuba, Iams (Dog & Cat) Food(s)

P&G Voluntarily Recalls Limited Quantity of Dry Pet Food Due to Possible Health Risk | P&G News | Events, Multimedia, Public Relations:

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Barb's life with her little house guest!



Invest 92 L


This could make for an interesting few days...