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Pet Connection to Hold Chicken Barbecue, Basket Auction on November 5

Pet Connection to Hold Chicken Barbecue, Basket Auction on November 5

Pet Connection Programs Inc., a maternity and special care shelter for dogs and cats located in Marilla, will hold a chicken barbecue and basket auction from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Variety Club Banquet Hall, 6114 Broadway, Lancaster.

Dinners are take-out only and will include a half chicken from BW’s Barbecue plus a cream corn bake, mashed potatoes with gravy, homemade noodle salad, roll and dessert. The cost for the chicken dinner is just $10 per person.

The basket auction will feature more than 150 items, and all proceeds will benefit the homeless shelter animals at Pet Connection Programs Inc., located at 12935 Williston Road, Marilla.

Pet Connection’s popular “Doggy Bags” and “Tabby Totes” filled with treats and surprises will also be available for purchase at the event.

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month

 

 

13 Items You Need in Your Pet First Aid Kit

 

 

Two Fun Events to Benefit Pet Connection Programs Inc.

Two Fun Events to Benefit Pet Connection Programs Inc.

Two upcoming fundraisers — a Chicken BBQ and Chinese Auction event and a large indoor yard sale — will both benefit the shelter animals at Pet Connection Programs Inc., a nonprofit maternity animal shelter located in Marilla.

Held from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 2, the Chicken BBQ and Chinese Auction will take place at the Variety Club Banquet Hall located at 6114 Broadway in Lancaster. Dinner tickets are just $10 and include a half chicken by BW’s Smokin’ Barrels Barbecue, Pet Connection’s famous cream corn bake, mashed potatoes, noodle salad, roll and choice of dessert. The auction will feature more than 150 items plus fantastic door prizes! 

Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive December 1st-12th

Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive December 1st-12th

Laura’s Critter Care, LLC Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit The Pets of the Ascension Church Pet Food Pantry

 

 

What:   As part of an international effort spearheaded by Pet Sitters International (PSI), the largest educational association for professional pet sitters, the Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive was created to collect pet food for local shelters and pet-rescue groups across the globe.  Proceeds from Laura’s Critter Care’s drive will go to The Ascension Church Pet Food Pantry.

 

Who:    The Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive in Western New York is being hosted by Laura’s Critter Care.

 

Don't let Halloween stress out your scaredy cat (or dog!)

Don't let Halloween stress out your scaredy cat (or dog!)

Halloween continues to increase in popularity and an estimated 170 million Americans plan to celebrate the holiday this year. As with any busy holiday, pet owners should take special care to ensure that the four-legged family members stay safe. Halloween can pose many dangers for pets so share these safety tips with clients so everyone can enjoy a safe spooktacular celebration.

 

Pet Connection to Hold Chicken Barbecue, Basket Auction on November 7

Pet Connection to Hold Chicken Barbecue, Basket Auction on November 7

 

Pet Connection Programs Inc., a maternity and special care shelter for dogs and cats located in Marilla, will hold a chicken barbecue and basket auction from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, in the Variety Club Banquet Hall, 6114 Broadway, Lancaster.

Dinners are take-out only and will include a half chicken from BW’s Barbecue plus a cream corn bake, mashed potatoes with gravy, homemade noodle salad, roll and dessert. The cost for the chicken dinner is just $10 per person.

The Back-To-School Blues

The Back-To-School Blues

It isn’t just children who suffer from the back to school blues—pets can suffer too. After a long, fun summer, an empty house can be a difficult adjustment for pets. Pet Sitters International advises pet owners to become familiar with the signs of pet separation anxiety and how it can be treated.

 

Pet separation anxiety is a psychological term to describe the stress and anxiety brought on by separation from the primary pet caretaker. This issue can become a serious medical condition, with cases and their accompanying symptoms ranging from mild to severe. Most pet owners are familiar with the more common symptoms, but many may be surprised to learn that the full extent of the symptoms begin before the owner leaves and continues long after their departure.