On Saturday May 15, the Los Altos Kiwanis Club held their 63rd annual Pet Parade down Main Street in Los Altos, California.
The Kiwanis Club International is a global organization of volunteers of every age who are dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.
The Los Altos Kiwanis Club has been organizing the Pet Parade since 1948. Every year this beloved community tradition attracts thousands of people, hundreds of families, and hundreds of dogs and various other pets to participate and watch. Continue reading…
Have you ever wondered what your dog likes? How about what your dog really dislikes, besides the obvious neighborhood cat, shots from the vet, or being dressed in a pink tutu… The time has come for you to learn everything you need to know about your dog, cat, rat, horse, guinea pig, or any other animal you may have.
Meet Professional Animal Communicator, Barbara Martin, who has been helping people communicate with their animals since 1998. Animal Communication is communicating with animals telepathically through images, thoughts, feelings, and other physical sensations such as smell and taste. Communicators can talk to domesticated animals, wild animals, and animals who have passed away, and most animals are happy to share their thoughts. Continue reading…
Watch the heartwarming video about New York’s Chile Dog!
Bronx, NY – On May 14 at 6:30 AM, Chile, a yellow lab-mix, was hit by a car when she ran onto the Major Deegan Expressway.
Amazingly, her son, Husky, a German shepherd-mix, ran to the rescue! Husky wouldn’t allow traffic or police near Chile, barking and circling her as a fierce bodyguard. After many attempts police were able to lift Chile in a sheet, and take her to the ASPCA for treatment of a broken leg.
Meanwhile, Husky made his great escape, eluding police and engaging in a 45 minute high-speed chase, dodging vehicles, and running though oncoming traffic! Eventually, police were able to escort him onto an exit ramp where he headed home.
The owner of both dogs watched the event unfold on TV and rushed to the animal hospital. Lucky for Chile, because she had no tags or microchip. Thankfully, Chile and Husky are now home doing well, and Husky has proven his loyalty and love for his mommy.
The owner should be fined for not keeping the dogs safely home and tagged, but will be sentenced to the hefty price of the vet bills which could cost as much as $5,000 – I hope they have insurance!