As a writer for San Diego Pets Magazine I have been compiling resource lists for recent issues. I am impressed to find so many legitimate non-profit organizations devoted to helping people and their companion animals.
Walks for Love is one such organization. The brainchild of San Diego County resident, Anne Sardena, this labor of "Love" provides FREE dog walks to ANYONE unable to walk their dog for ANY reason. Service dogs assisting their disabled people, elderly, ill or those simply unable to keep up with this necessary activity are invited to contact Walks for Love for assistance.
Dog walking volunteers are wanted all over San Diego County! It's fun to walk dogs!
Walks for Love
Make a difference! Walk a dog!
Also included in this newsletter are three dogs who are missing. I encourage you to program their name and their people's phone number into your phone. In the event you spot them, you will be able to make a call as soon as possible.
FREE Pet ID Tags. Natural Flea Prevention options and a holiday coupon gift certificate offer... all included in this new newsletter!
Thank you for all you do to help animals, including loving the ones that love you!
In need of a new ID tag for your beloved companion animal? The Animal Trust Foundation has an awesome website that provides FREE pet ID tags for up to three pets per household. Please spread the word about this great service!
LAST SEEN IN NORTH PARK AND SOUTH PARK Female Belgian Shepherd mix, 3 years old, was 45 pounds, spayed rescue. Cheyenne is very shy and scared of strangers. She has a very identifiable pink spot above her nose to the center right. Went missing 8/4 in the 3600 block of Felton in North Park. firstname.lastname@example.org
LAST SEEN IN CLAIREMONT/BAY HO Microchipped nine month old male shepherd pup. Neumann was 40 pounds a month ago. He's friendly and loves people.Went missing 8/12 near Morena & Balboa. Seen running down Moraga 8/15.
Ginger is having great results and is virtually FLEA FREE since starting Rosie's Remedies, Flea Free liquid food supplement a month ago.
Packed with nutrients and natural flea deterrents, including garlic and citrus it is a healthy alternative to the highly toxic spot on and ingested flea pesticide products supplied by veterinarians and some pet supply stores.
Although citrus can be toxic to cats, the company has assured me that the small amount found in their product is completely safe for them. I called on multiple ocassions and was given the same response each time. I was told that the minimal amount of citrus, garlic and other ingredients that in large doses may cause issues won't cause problems. The company has been around for years and I was told they have not had a single report of an issue from any dog or cat owners.
I am thrilled with this product! I add the specified amount daily to Ginger's food and drinking water. I still encourage vacuuming, flea combining and other natural, non-toxic approaches to stay on top of the San Diego flea challenge.
San Diego fleas are the Navy Seals of the insect kingdom, so we can use all the help we can get!
Fleabusters is a product that can be brushed into the carpet by consumers or mechanically applied by the Fleabusters company. I have had great luck with it when I used it before and have heard positive feedback from other users. Fleabusters guarantees their product when applied correctly for one full year. At that point reapplication will probably be needed.
Currently I am just using Rosie's Remedies and it is working great! Check out the links below.
I offer long distance services for anyone, anywhere! Whether you are in San Diego County, Washington DC or the south of France I can assist YOU!
Via phone, email and digital recording, I offer animal communication, energy healing and reading for people and pets, pet nutrition and behavior consulting, training techniques and education. I also teach meditation to people, individuals and groups.
Of course, in person sessions and home visits are also available.