Month: September 2016

Raise the Woof: Guide Dogs of America Puppy Raisers

By Martha Michael >>> There are dog lovers who, literally, work around the clock to raise puppies to be positive role models. No matter where they go, these pups go with them, and they are always training, shaping the little canines to grow up to become extremely responsible. They are Guide Dog Puppy Raisers. Finding […] Read more

16th Annual Bow-Wows & Meows Pet Fair

With pet adoptions for just $30 each, hundreds of dogs, cats, kittens and puppies will be available for adoption at the 16th Annual Bow-Wows & Meows Pet Fair on Sunday, October 9, 2016. This year’s fair, beginning at 11 a.m. at the William S. Hart Park in Newhall, is sponsored by Ingolstadt West German Auto […] Read more

National Feral Cat Day is October 16

You may have seen them over your lifetime, peering around corners or running from you down alleys or into drainage pipes. But every year, there is a day set aside to celebrate them: National Feral Cat Day. Pet Me! Magazine turned to Cathy Hosford of Forgotten Angels Cat Rescue in Palmdale to educate us about […] Read more

Business Spotlight: Canine Country Club

When we have to leave our kids for awhile – whether it’s a few hours or a weeklong camp – we like to know they’re in safe and loving hands. For dog and cat owners, it’s the same thing – we want a facility where our little ones can stay cool in the summer, warm […] Read more

How Much is that Puppy in the Window?

By Caroline Squires That too-cute-for-words puppy in the pet store window is hiding a terrible secret that it can’t tell you, and the store owners and employees won’t tell you either. Want to know the secret? That puppy came from a puppy mill. Buying a “purebred” puppy from a pet store means you are contributing […] Read more