Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Keep your eyes to the sky! LOST PARAKEET...

LOST PARAKEET: Renesmee is a green and yellow male parakeet who was last seen between Sunoco on Route 50 (before Wilton Mall). He is a warm tempered pal to Lello, Eddy, and Jacob. He is his owner's best friend, documented as a medical necessity. 

Renesmee squawks when upset and chirps loudly when he calls his owner or other parakeets. He is very loving and needs his family.


Keep your eyes to the sky-- if you see Renesmee, contact Barb at 307-9790.

(Renesmee is pictured second from the left)

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Clifton Bark Fest




Clifton Park, NY – Jazzed Events LLC, Pink Dog Parlor & Resort and Golden Paws Pet Styling Academy invite you to join them on Sunday, September 8, 2013 from 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. for their furry friends fundraising fiesta, Clifton Bark Fest, which will be held at their Clifton Park location at 627 Plank Road. The location consists of 4000 square feet of office space, retail merchandise space, puppy play area, grooming facilities and vacation destination resort rooms for overnight boarding. The lower level provides another 4000 square feet for their Golden Paws Pet Styling Academy grooming school. They are able to fully accommodate pets throughout the Greater Capital Region of New York in either of their two locations, the second being located at 1082 New Loudon Road (Route 9), Latham, NY across from Guptil’s Coney Express.

Pink Dog Parlor & Resort and Golden Paws Pet Styling Academy is family owned and operated and deliver a high level of reliable and friendly service, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Michelle Kennedy, PDP’s Owner, began her career with pets after purchasing her first show-quality Siberian Husky in 1980. After working in obedience for several years, Michelle began grooming in 1984, which led to the opening of her first salon with a business partner in 1988 in Latham, NY. In 2002, Michelle made the decision to sell the Latham salon to stay at home with her newborn child. Three years later in 2005, Michelle began grooming again in the basement of her home. By 2007, she came to recognize a lack of education for pet stylists in our area and made the decision to open a school to fill that void. This necessitated a move out of the basement. After a time, it became clear that the new facility did not meet NYS Education Department requirements, so they found it necessary to move two more times before settling in at their Clifton Park location at 627 Plank Road. In March of this year, Michelle also repurchased the Latham salon that she had started back in 1988. Michelle continues to groom along with her staff, which consists of family, instructors and former students of Golden Paws Pet Styling Academy. And of course, she maintains her mission to educate aspiring groomers.
Clifton Bark Fest is a one-day educational fundraising festival open to the public, which will cater to aspiring professional groomers, home grooming hobbyists and pet fashionistas, as well as a fun festival for pet lovers and pet owners that want to ‘strut their mutt’ among the festivities. The community is welcome to join us with their pets as we present the Golden Paws Rescue Grooming Competition, our Fur in Couture Fashion Show, at-home grooming tips workshop, rescues on the red carpet, pet rescue adoption clinics, Just Jams DJ Entertainment, pet photography by Pictures of You, Chinese auction, foods and beverages, exhibit shopping and more. It is a great place to be for our local pet loving community! Meet PDP’s family, their staff and their customers, who will introduce you to the superior work of their Professional Pet Stylists. Walk your dog over and be entertained throughout the afternoon! You can’t miss us … we will be the building with the big pink and white tent across from the Outback! To as a sponsor, go to www.cliftonbarkfest.eventbrite.com today!


Adoption clinics will be provided by Homes for Orphaned Pets Exist (H.O.P.E.), Shih Tzu & Furbabies Small Dog Rescue and Homeward Bound Dog Rescue. Additionally, Vested Interest in K-9s will be present to share their upcoming fundraising event.


The professional pet stylists of PDP will be available throughout the day to answer any questions regarding your pet grooming and boarding needs and will offer free tips to help you maintain your freshly groomed pet in-between visits. The management team and their staff understand the importance of skilled work and quality client relationships. The PDP family service business practices a Code of Ethics and Values that ‘radiates’ respect, honesty, integrity, customer satisfaction, quality service and relational transactions. The PDP family will be your family’s groomer for years to come! So be sure to get on over and meet the family!

Monday, July 29, 2013

Have you seen Boots?


He was last seen outside one of the apartments involved in this weekend's Woodlawn fire. If anyone has any information, please contact Andrea at 518-682-9140.

Friday, July 19, 2013

Support Adirondack Save-A-Stray: Fundraiser with psychic medium




Adirondack Save-A-Stray fundraiser: “An Evening of Spiritual Communication,” 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, July 21, Lillian’s Restaurant, 408 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction and 50/50 raffle. Evening with world renowned psychic medium William Constantine. Tickets at Adirondack Save-A-Stray or the door. $35 advance, $40 door. 654-6220. 

Find out more on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Adirondack-Save-A-Stray

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Kate was adopted! Nate still needs a home...



NATE

Nate is an 8 year old pit bull mix. He came to Estherville after his owner passed away. He gets along with everyone, having spent time in an Animal Control Officer’s family of cats, dogs & children. He's easy-going & enjoys his walks. As a senior dog, Nate would love nothing more than to be a “couch potato” with someone special. He's neutered and up-to-date on shots.


KATE
This is Kate--she's a 2-year-old Walker Coonhound. Her and her sister Allie came to Estherville after being found in a bad home environment. The shy but sweet pups were a dynamic duo until Allie was adopted out. Poor Kate was so lonely. She was featured in last Sunday's Toga Tails for a second time, and by Monday morning she was headed to her new home in Saratoga. What wonderful news! Ol' Nate still needs a home! He and lots of other adoptables are available at Estherville Animal Shelter, 100 Russell Road, Greenfield Ctr. 893-7541 or http://esthervilleshelter.wix.com/adopt.

Friday, July 12, 2013

LOST DOG: Have you seen Gracie?

Lost On: 07/03/2013  

Dog's Name: Gracie
 
Last Seen: Intersection of Nelson and Cresent Ave., Saratoga Springs, NY
 
Gracie had a turquoise "KONG" brand fabric collar on.

If found please call: (518) 581-1374

 


Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Curtis Lumber to host 4th annual PetAPalooza Pet Adoption Day



Curtis Lumber will host their 4th annual pet adoption day Saturday, June 15 across select retail stores located throughout New York and Vermont. 

Each store will host multiple pet adoptions/rescue groups and many adoption rates will also be lowered for the day.

This pup found a forever home at last year's PetAPalooza
Hundreds of animals from over 80 shelters and rescue groups will be available for adoption including cats, dogs, rabbits, birds and horses. There will also be pet service providers in attendance such as local veterinarians, groomers, pet sitters and trainers offering valuable discounts off their services.

All adopters will receive a free gift courtesy of Curtis Lumber.  Other events include dog house and 50/50 raffles, food, live radio broadcasts and more. 

Last year’s event resulted in over 400 animals finding new forever homes!.

Curtis Lumber’s President and Owner Jay Curtis and wife Kendra, along with the Curtis family of 600 plus employees are very excited to host this annual event. 




For a list of participating shelters and rescue groups attending visit:
www.clpetapalooza or
www.facebook.com/clpetapalooza   

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Jorge and boxer mix pups



Jorge is a 3 year-old Chihuahua mix. Jorge used to have a family, but they’ve all been adopted out and he’s looking for his forever home. He is a sweetheart who loves to nuzzle and has a lot of love to give. Jorge is up-to-date on shots, neutered, heart-worm tested and micro-chipped.  




 These puppies are about 12 weeks old and absolutely adorable. They all have really great dispositions and personalities. The shelter is not entirely sure of their breed, but they believe they’re boxer mixes. The pups have had all their age-appropriate shots and have been de-wormed. 

Jorge and the boxer mix litter are available for adoption at Adirondack Save-A-Stray, at 4880 New York 9N in Corinth. For more information, call the shelter at 654-6220 or visit their Facebook or Petfinder page.





Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Check out these adorable adoptables



Angel is a 2-year-old spayed, Rottweiler mix. She is housebroken and up-to-date on all shots. She has a lot of energy and because of that would do better in a home with older children, but her energy level is outdone by how loving she is.


 
Jameson and Bailey are 10-year-old brother and sister Scottish Fold mixes. Jameson is a grey and white tiger, while Bailey is a calico tiger.

 
They’re both litter-trained and up-to-date on all shots. They are great with children as well as other cats. Angel and Jameson and Bailey are available for adoption at the Saratoga County Animal Shelter, 6010 County Farm Road, Ballston Spa. For more information on these featured pets, call the shelter at 885-4112 or go to www.saratogaanimalshelter.net

Daisy and Mouse are available for adoption at Adirondack Save-A-Stray at 4880 Route 9N in Corinth. Daisy is a 3-year-old pug mix and weighs about 25 lbs. She previously lived in a home with two children, cats and other dogs. Her family split up and was unable to care for her. Daisy is heartbroken and misses being part of a family. She is spayed, housebroken and up-to-date on all shots. 


Daisy (above) gets along with anything and everyone and would make a wonderful addition to a family.


Mouse came to the shelter when he was bout 4 weeks old, mixed in with another litter. Little Mouse wasn’t in very good shape when he arrived but a volunteer nursed him back to helath and now he’s fill of vim and vigor. For more information, call the shelter at 654-6220 or visit the shelter’s Petfinder or Facebook pages.

Rufus (to the right) is an energetic coonhound. He arrived at the shelter underweight, but now he’s as healthy as can be. He would do best with older children and in a cat-free home. Rufus is loving, constantly wants to play, strives for attention and affection. This young man will need some obedience training (like any pup his age), but he would make a wonderful companion. 

Haley is a sweet, 7-year old boxer who unfortunately keeps getting overlooked. She would prefer a home with no children or other animals. She loves going on walks and is a laid back walker, and can cuddle on the couch with the best of them. Haley is fully-vetted and would love to spend her later years with a special someone. Rufus and Haley are available for adoption at Estherville Animal Shelter, 100 Russell Road, Greenfield Center. 893-7451 or http://esthervilleshelter.wix.com/adopt

                             

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Hallie, Snoball, Dozer, Kate and Allie


Hallie is a 2-year-old female pug mix. She is a new addition to the shelter and would make a wonderful addition to any family. She's housebroken, spayed and great with children and other animals.



Snoball (age unknown) was brought to the shelter with his brother by animal control. Their home life was unstable. They are a little confused, but doing well and Snoball is more than ready to be part of a loving family. He is up-to-date on shots. 



Hallie and Snoball are available for adoption at Adirondack Save-A-Stray, at 488- Route 9N, Corinth. For more information, call the shelter at 654-6220 or go to their Facebook or Petfinder page. 



Dozer is a 3-year old neutered chocolate lab. Dozer was surrendered to the shelter because his owners could no longer care for him,. He is very friendly and is great with other dogs and older children. Dozer loves to take rides in the car and would be a wonderful addition to any family. 

Kate (pictured) and Allie are 2-year-old Walker Coonhounds. They came to the shelter after being found in a bad home environment. They are shy but very sweet and get along well with children and dogs. If possible, they would love to go home together because they're best friends.

Dozer, Kate and Allie are available at: Estherville Animal Shelter, 100 Russell Road, Greenfield Ctr. 893-7451 or vhttp://esthervilleshelter.wix.com/adopt