“The Pack Gives Back” is an effort by Pet Wants in Rehoboth Beach to collect donations for local animal rescue organizations. We find out how it works.
You remember Stallone, right? The Pittie pup, who just a few months ago, was found alone in a shed, left to die. Well, you wouldn't recognize that pup now. Today - he's healthy, happy, and would love nothing more than a loving home and human to call his own for the holidays. We talk with Cassie Felesky, Volunteer and Board Vice President with the Humane Society of Wicomico County, to get a pupdate on Stallone and find out all the happenings at the humane society.
We always like to start Pet Connect off with a story that makes you feel good. Well, we have a great one! In last weeks Pet Connect, we met Blink. Blink was rescued (along with 181 other cats!) from a suspected animal cruelty case. A sweet girl with a big personality. Here’s our great news: she was adopted! Now, if you’re looking to fulfill a dream, we have plenty of sweet faces patiently waiting. Check out all the cuties in today’s Pet Connect.
Over these past few weeks we’ve been updating you on the condition of Stallone. Well, there’s another pup who came from a similar situation: Shay. She’s a fun-loving, silly pup who just needs a fur-ever home (without pets!) We talk with Shay’s Foster Mom, Crystal Weimer, about what kind of home would be perfect for this sweetie.
If you’re looking to change a furry friends life then we have some sweet faces, we think you’re just going to love. Check out our lineup of cuties, ready to go to their fur-ever homes, in Pet Connect.
We have something that we think will just melt your heart. We’ve heard he’s quite a hound dog. And he mostly recently made his debut in a children’s book. We’re introducing you to Author, Dr. James Vansciver of Lewes, as he tells us about his furry friend, Elvis, who was the inspiration behind his new book.
Remember Stallone? The neglected pup, who was left in a shed with no food and no water. Well, good news! Stallone is on the mend and loving every second of his new life! Maybe, you’re thinking that after seeing Stallone’s life changed, you want to change a life too! You’re in luck, we’re introducing you to a few cuties who are patiently waiting for their fur-ever homes in today’s Pet Connect.
There’s a trend sweeping across Delmarva. Dogs (and cats) in bowties. And the person responsible for this trend? 8-year-0ld Warner Insley of Salisbury. Today, we talk with Warner about his new business, “Bowties and Biscuits” and how that business is supporting a great cause. To purchase one of those fancy bowties or a bag of biscuits, click here.
A stray dog brought into the Wicomico Humane Society, nothing but skin and bones. In such bad shape that you could probably count the number of ribs poking through. The team at the Humane Society recently rescued Stallone, who was found locked inside a hot shed with no food or water. We talk with Executive Director of the Humane Society, Kim Nock, about Stallone’s health and what we can do to help.
The Run for the Paws “Lucy Crowe Memorial 5K Run and 1-Mile Walk” is happening next weekend. We have everything you need to know about this annual event.
Pets know everything about us – our routines, when we get up, when we go to sleep, even when we eat. But, they also know when we’re getting ready to leave for vacation. Imagine if they got excited about you going on vacation because that means they get to spend time with people who will take care of them as great as you do. Well, that could be a possibility at Weeping Willow Kennels. Lisa recently visited to learn all about the vacation spot for dogs.
We already know that heat for a human can be dangerous, but what about your pets? We all know that pets can get overheated, but what about some of the other lesser known dangers? We talk with Executive Director of Talbot Humane, Patty Quimby, about how to help our pets and how picket fences are saving those little guys who may be in a shelter.
When COVID-19 hit, many animal shelters found themselves with empty cages. Transportation to bring animals from busy shelters down south had stopped and more people found themselves fostering or adopting pets . But as things start to reopen, many animal shelters are finding that they’re cages are filling back up. Let’s empty those cages! We have some very spicy pets ready to go their fur-ever homes in today’s Pet Connect.
How about some good news for this Friday? Kona and Marple, from last weeks Pet Connect were adopted! We love to hear stories of our Pet Connect cuties getting adopted! If you too are looking for a friend to take home, we have some friends who are ready to go to their fur-ever home.
Rescue dogs are being trained to support veterans living the post traumatic stress disorder through U.S. Kennels, Inc. The organization runs solely on donations. Find out what they do and how you can help with an upcoming fundraiser called, “Flannel and Fizz.”