Archive for February, 2011

Recommend by Dr. C. Holmes DVM

“I must say that reading Martha Steward’s “Darby’s Story” was better than I anticipated. I hear stories every single day about the wonderful personalities of people’s rescued dog, how smart they are, how loving they are… As a veterinarian I KNOW how rewarding it is to adopt and save the life of a homeless dog.  They simply become loved family members.

I encourage animal lovers and readers to buy a copy, visit www.darbysstory.com .

February 28, 2011 at 9:10 am Leave a comment

Encouraging Words from Midwest Book Review

The story of Darby may increase a compassionate outlook for animals in need of a permanent home. There are certainly many rewards for both participants and rescue animals. Vibrant color photos of Darby spice up the pages of anecdotes about Darby. The reading level of this gentle chapter book is easily accessible for children age 10 and up. “Darby’s Story” touches hearts of all ages… read more www.darbysstory.com

February 27, 2011 at 1:54 pm Leave a comment

Canine Cancer, there is a cure?

The Love Adds Up™ campaign focuses on rescues that offer shelter & adoption programs, and organizations that provide treatment, and are working toward finding a cure for canine cancer.
 
There is nothing more devastating for anyone to watch, handle and attempt to be brave, when your heart sinks. In my quest to discover helpful resources related to Darby’s Life. This website is another undiscovered resource to share with my readers.
 
Wishcuit™ (rhymes with “biscuit”) is dedicated to improving the lives of all dogs, and supports efforts that improve their health and welfare through various campaigns. Please visit and share with your friends.  http://www.wishcuit.com/wp/
 
The Love Adds Up campaign focuses on rescues that offer shelter & adoption programs, and organizations that provide treatment, and are working toward finding a cure for canine cancer.
Wishcuit™ Mission Statement

It’s an easy, affordable way to make a difference, and a simple philosophy that says it doesn’t take a lot of change to make change. Check out the Love Adds Up campaign today, and see how you can make an impact for dogs.

Let’s make an impact together!

February 26, 2011 at 12:02 pm Leave a comment

Supporting Pets For Patriots

Pets For Patriots is truly an incredible organization supporting veterans and adoptable dogs. A network supporting the mission to find adoptable pets to fill the hearts for Veterans. To share this day I Wear Your Shirt is celebrating this Saturday, go to this link and share the celebration with Pets For Patriots iwearyourshirt.com

I am a proud mother of a Marine. In the book of Darby’sStory, I share the experience of letting go and watching my son grow into a man.  One day my son may need this compassionate organization. Need I say more….

PETS FOR PATRIOTS AND THE TODAY SHOW!

Pets for Patriots is a non-for-profit organization with a vision to end animal homelessness by supporting the permanent adoption of at-risk shelter pets with every available, able and willing military family. Pets for Patriots connects adult and other at-risk shelter pets with U.S. veterans, wounded warriors and service members.

What sets Pets for Patriots apart from other organizations is that once veterans adopt an eligible pet, Pets for Patriots provides them with access to ongoing, reduced cost veterinary care and direct financial assistance to make pet ownership achievable and affordable. Pets for Patriots doesn’t accept private donations of animals for veterans and they only work with specific shelter partners.

As with any non-profit organization they can use your help. You can Adopt a Patriot to help make the purchase of pet food, supplies, toys and other basics more affordable for their veterans and service members. Or you can Adopt a Shelter to help fund their Kennel Tag program, which provides laminated, reusable tags that are attached to kennels of Pets for Patriots eligible pets, to increase their visibility in the shelter and their chance to be adopted. Don’t forget, any donation made to Pets for Patriots is tax deductible and helping our veterans find a loving companion is the least we can do.

Pets for Patriots is our first non-profit organization to win a free day on IWYS. If you’re a non-profit or charitable organization you can win one of the remaining 10 free days by submitting your organization here.

February 26, 2011 at 11:39 am Leave a comment

Need a natural and organic shampoo for fido?

EO Natural and Organic Products

Products, a provider of premium natural and organic body care products, which has just released its first-ever pet care line, featuring natural and organic Lavender & Aloe shampoo and conditioner and Citrus & Mint groomer for dogs.

Worried about the chemical you use to bath your Dog, I have and happy to discover EO. Also a Dog Model Contest, Oddie my adopted little duchy mix will be there wearing her red striped sweater. Join me. Share this great information with your pet friends.

 

EO Products Dog Model Contest and Product Giveaway
 
To help promote their new line of natural and organic pet products, EO is hosting a Dog Model Contest from Feb. 22 through March 8. Five winning dogs will be selected to receive a full set of EO’s pet care products (value $27.95). Winning dogs will also have their images used to help promote the pet care line on EO’s website, Facebook page, newsletter and possibly product labels.
 
To enter, pet owners must fill out a registration form on EO’s website and upload a photo of their pet to EO’s Facebook page (owners can be in the photos too).  
 
Winners will be asked to send back a photo of their pet with EO’s shampoo for promotion on the EO website. And videos of the winning dogs being shampooed with EO would be an added bonus (personally, I’d love to see those videos!)
 
EO Pet Care products are free of parabens, polysorbate, disodium EDTA, phosphates, animal bi-products, synthetic fragrances and sulfates. The bottles are made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic.
 
Visit EO’s Dog Model Contest registration page for more information.

February 24, 2011 at 12:12 pm 1 comment

What is Love and Devotion?

A Story is just the start of defining  love and devotion.  A delightful Family/#Children’s book encouraging #pet #adoption.  A heart felt story, the family wanting a special gift for #Christmas…

For Children and adults of all ages should hear/read this story,  inspires caring and compassion for all living creatures. (read more …www.darbysstory.com.

 

 

February 24, 2011 at 7:39 am 1 comment

Woof Report: Can we help you?

 

RT Seeking rescue, foster, spay and neuter non-profit organizations with silent auction needs for fundraising at your spring 2011 event. free book offer to 3 orgs. Contact the Author, free book plus free shipping

If you enjoyed this post, Spread the animal love. Share this on your friends ♥

February 23, 2011 at 2:18 pm Leave a comment

Snoopy Calling All Pet Lovers

We’ll donate $.25 to the Petfinder.com
Foundation for every heart posted
(up to $5,000). 

Click on the link below fundraiser ends February 14, 2010

 Snoopy calling all pet lovers

February 23, 2011 at 1:39 pm Leave a comment

Having a Fundraiser this spring?

Helping animals organizations with fund-raising.

 Spring brings fundraisers. Martha is offering 1 book to  three (3) animal organizations for their fundraising event this spring 2011.  Just send me an email with RE: Fundraiser event. Let me help you.

* A non-profit status helping rescue animals, spay and neuter programs, and fostering.

* Provide plenty of time for the book to arrive, the book will be signed for that specific fundraiser, for example “Help 4 Paws June 2011, with Martha Steward signature”

* Contact Martha : marthasteward64@yahoo.com. I will also enjoy the opportunity to blog and post your event on my website. Plus together we shall share and retweet your event. Encouraging more interest to your event.

* For more information on the book here is a little bit from dogtipper.com book review: … the book is simply written and is presented as large, colorful paperback, its content can be appreciated by adults as well as children. And, that was the author’s intention in writing the book: “My mission is to help…animal rescue organizations by providing Darby’s Story for financial support and to draw awareness  animals needing forever homes.”

In that spirit, she intends Darby’s Story to be more than a good read (which it is) but also a learning aid to educate the public about the plight of  shelter dogs and the tremendous potential each of them has to become beloved pets. Darby’s heartwarming story captures the incredibly rich experience of having a dog as part of the family.

Please send an email to Martha, and let Darby’s Story help you.

(offers expires 6/30/2011) If you miss this deadline stay in touch there be more….

February 23, 2011 at 10:11 am Leave a comment

Celebrating 17th Annual Spay Day Feb 22, 2011


Spay Day an annual observation on the last Tuesday of February. Inspired by Doris DayAnimal League to draw public awareness of an ever growing pet population. Since 1994 the campaign to encourage animal population control by neutering pets grew to be successful. In 2002, the event’s goal was to spay and neuter 200,000 pets across the United States
In 2006 Doris Day Animal League and The Humane Society of the United States and later Humane Society International celebrate Spay Day to inspire people to save animals’ lives by spaying or neutering pets and feral cats.

February 22, 2011 at 6:15 am Leave a comment

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