Sometimes we get into ruts. Life starts to feel a bit like Groundhog Day with Bill Murray, where you’re re-living the same thing over and over and over. One day you wake up and realize that you’ve eaten oatmeal every day for breakfast for the last six months. We get into ruts with our pets too. Are you making the same walk around the block with your dog? Is every night a snuggle up in front of the television night with you and your cat? Maybe it’s time to try break out and try something new. And speaking of Groundhog Day, we heard the groundhog predicted an early spring this year so it’s a great time to get started and get ready for spring!
October is almost over now and the weather has shifted to a definite fall feeling. We’re drinking pumpkin spice lattes, baking homemade bread and eating hearty, warming meals. It’s a great time of year for starting new things. Kids go back to school, days get shorter and the dark nights and cold mornings mean more of us spending time indoors.
Now that summer is winding down, we can feel a touch of fall in the air. Long summer days are already shortening. The evening air is tinged with a chill, a reminder that in the […]
Large Patches of meadows, fresh air, and green environment – this is New Zealand. The country is globally renowned for its fresh produce and inventive specialty food and beverages. Being a world leader in farming sheep […]
Meet MAGGIE! Domestic Short Hair-Black Size: Small Age: Young Sex: Female Notes: Sweet Maggie is a beautiful long haired brown kitty with orange. Through no fault of her own, she arrived here after her longtime owner could no […]
Happy Earth Day! We hope you get outside today to spend some time enjoying this beautiful earth we get to live on. Take your dog out for a walk or a visit to a local […]
I‘d like to introduce you to another rescue that received some of the food we donated to AARF recently. Every dog has it’s day and Puget Sound Rescue is hoping that maybe today is the day you’ll adopt one of their cute pups. Puget Sound Rescue doesn’t care what kind of dog it is, they just want to make sure that goods dog get a second chance.
Sometimes, we are a little optimistic about how much of our food we can sell and we make a little bit too much. When this happens, we end up with bags of food in our warehouse that will spoil if we don’t move them. What a waste of perfectly good food! So, what do we do? We give it away to local rescues.
Meet Edward Name: Edward Breed: Spaniel, American Cocker / Mix Gender: Male Size: Medium Age: 4 years, 1 month ID #: 13901207 Meet Edward, a 4-year old Cocker Spaniel mix! Edward is a handsome guy […]
Thursday is one of my favorite days of the week. Why? Well, Thursday is the day that is almost the end of the week. You know that the very next day is going to be […]