Archive for January, 2011

VIP Petcare Services

In January of 1995 VIP Petcare Services began providing mobile vaccination clinics at pet and feed stores throughout the Bay Area. Over the past fifteen years VIP has combined top quality veterinary supplies, affordable pricing, and superior customer service to become the leading mobile veterinary service in Northern California.

Don’t miss the next mobile care clinic in your area! Professional, affordable and convenient with licensed veterinarians at every location. Come in and visit us today VIP Petcare Services

VIP offers all canine and feline vaccinations and affordable vaccination packages, microchip pet I.D.s, blood and fecal testing, flea and tick control, ear mite treatment, deworming, and heartworm prevention at all of our clinic locations. Several of our products are also available for purchase online or by phone for our clients. Our services are provided by a state licensed veterinarian without an examination fee.

We at VIP Petcare Services strive to make preventative veterinary medicine affordable for all pet owners.

Call us to find out how we can save you time and money by providing you with professional, convenient service for your Very Important Pets!


January 31, 2011 at 6:49 am Leave a comment

Vote Today: Angels Among Us Gaining Speed $300,000 Shelter

Welcome to The Animal Rescue Site $300,000 Shelter+ Challenge of 2011
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Now you can help The Animal Rescue Site choose which eligible animal rescue organizations will receive special funds to help animals! It’s easy:

 · Select your Country and (if U.S. or Canada) State/Province.
 · Optional fields accept partial (but not misspelled/inaccurate) information.
 · You can cast one vote every day for your favorite rescue organization.

Remember, votes placed prior to the start of the Challenge (Monday, January 10) will not be counted.

Click on this link Vote for a Shelter @ The Animal Rescue Site

So easy you can vote every day.  Have FUN and VOTE….VOTE…VOTE…

January 29, 2011 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

Spay Day 2011

A great concern is the over population of unwanted kittens and puppies. To help and prevent, let’s be mindful about spaying and neutering our pets. Remember Prevention is the cure.

Enter the contest click on the link Contest Spay Day

January 28, 2011 at 9:26 am Leave a comment

Ten Peeves That Dogs Have About Human

TEN PEEVES THAT DOGS HAVE ABOUT HUMANS Which one is your favorite? Number 3 is mine.

Blaming your farts on me…..
not funny… not funny at all !!!

Yelling at me for barking.

‘ 3’
Taking me for a walk, then
not letting me check stuff out.
Exactly whose walk is this anyway?

Any trick that involves balancing
food on my nose. Stop it!

Any haircut that involves bows or ribbons.
Now you know why we chew your stuff
up when you’re not home.

The sleight of hand, fake fetch throw.
You fooled a dog! Whoooo Hoooooooo what
a proud moment for the top of the food chain.

Taking me to the vet for ‘the big snip’, then acting
surprised when I freak out every time we go back!

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Getting upset when I sniff the crotches of your guests.
Sorry, but I haven’t quite mastered that handshake thing yet.

Dog sweaters. Hello ???
Haven’t you noticed the fur?
How you act disgusted when I lick myself.
Look, we both know the truth. You’re just jealous.

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Now lay off me on some of these things.
We both know who’s boss here!
You don’t see me picking up your poop do you?


January 27, 2011 at 3:35 pm Leave a comment

RT and Share Be the Change for Animals

Join Darby’s Story and countless other persons wanting to help and assist animal programs ever where. Be the Change for animals. Darby’s Story is a voice for lost animals waiting to be adopted into their forever homes.

Please ‘retweet/suggest to your friends’ this post with your friends. For every 20 persons who joins, there is a discovery. A wonderful discovery for a animal rescue organization, a worthy cause for lost animals needing a forever home or service provider for pet owners.

Within this wonderful discovery an offer, a donation to a non for profit animal organization receives a signed copy of Darby’s Story book to provide financial assistance and public awareness of their services.

Book Summary: Darby found himself in the city pound waiting a certain fate. When a local rescue dog group saved him, and placed Darby in a foster home. For several months Darby’s hopes were, a family would adopt him. Christmas was just around the corner…Darby’s Story explains the selection process of finding the best type of dog suitable for your family environment. The adjustment period and challenges the new family may experience.

Book Review: from If Pets Could Type 

Gaining in popularity as an educational tool for uncertain adopters, this short book tells the heartwarming story of Darby, an unwanted, sheltered, rescued, and ultimately adopted dog, who brought great joy and happiness to his adoptive family.

Given its format, this book is an excellent children’s introduction to the issues, challenges, yet clearly underscoring the rewards of compassion through animal adoption, while maintaining a positive, cheerful message

January 26, 2011 at 6:00 am Leave a comment

Our Pets have an App

Now it’s easier than ever to
find your perfect pet.

Get the FREE iPhone app today! Go to Petfinder to download Petfinder iphone app

With the iPhone app you can:

Browse adoptable pets in your area or nationwide
Search pets by breed, age, gender and size
Swipe and select pet photos to view in more detail
View complete pet information and descriptions
“Favorite” adoptable pets so you can find them again
Add notes and comments to your favorite pet profiles
Share pets with your friends via e-mail, Facebook and Twitter
Call, e-mail or get directions to the shelter or rescue group that has your perfect pet
Read touching Happy Tail adoption stories

Don’t have an iPhone, but still want to get
Petfinder pets on the go? Try Petfinder Mobile!

January 25, 2011 at 6:14 am 1 comment

SF SPCA Prevention is the Cure

Stop Cat & Dog Overpopulation
Did you know that overpopulation is the number one killer of dogs and cats in America? As part of an awareness campaign and in an effort to encourage San Francisco residents to spay or neuter their unfixed dogs or cats, the SF SPCA is offering FREE spay and neuter surgeries during the month of February 2011. Please call us at 415-554-3030 to schedule an appointment.

The following terms and conditions apply to this spay/neuter offer:

This is a limited time offer. To qualify for a free spay/neuter of your cat or dog, the surgery must be scheduled for a date during the month of February 2011. Any appointment scheduled for a date outside of February 1-28, 2011 will be charged according to SF SPCA regular service rates. Appointments scheduled outside of February may be eligible for reduced service fees, as determined by the SF SPCA and each individual client’s economic situation.
This offer is available to City and County of San Francisco residents only.
Spay/neuter of cats and dogs only. No other animals. The SF SPCA only performs spay/neuter surgery on healthy animals over four months old and under seven years old.
The SF SPCA has a limited number of February spay/neuter appointments available. Spay/neuter appointments will be scheduled on a first come, first served basis. Once all available February appointments are filled, no additional free spay/neuter appointments will be available.
Spay/neuter appointment cancellations must be made at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled spay/neuter appointment by calling the SF SPCA at 415-554-3030. If you cancel a scheduled February spay/neuter appointment, then you will not be permitted to schedule another free spay/neuter appointment in February 2011. If the SF SPCA does not receive at least 48 hours advance notice of appointment cancellation, then you will be charged a $28.50 cancellation fee, which must be paid before the SF SPCA will provide any services to your pet.
If the doctor recommends necessary additional medical services (such as hernia repair or easy dental extractions) or if you request elective services (such as flea control and prevention products or micro-chipping), then you will be charged for any and all additional services according to SF SPCA regular service rates.
The SF SPCA reserves the right to refuse to spay/neuter any dog or cat for any reason. The doctor may decide not to operate or there may be extra charges if your pet is obese, pregnant, in heat, too aggressive, five-to-seven years old, under four months old, or has any other condition that would complicate surgery.
The SF SPCA recommends that your pet be fully vaccinated prior to surgery. If your dog or cat is unvaccinated at the time of surgery, you will be solely liable for any surgery-related infection.
We are committed to working toward ending cat and dog overpopulation in our community and beyond. Your support would be greatly appreciated. Please make a donation to help us fund this initiative.

The full-pay fees for spay/neuter services provided in months other than February 2011 are as follows:

Male cat $100.00
Female cat $140.00
Pregnant cat $200.00
Male dogs (1- 20 lbs) $250.00
Male dogs (21-40 lbs) $300.00
Male dogs (41-70 lbs) $325.00
Male dogs (71-100 lbs) $400.00
Female dogs (1- 20 lbs) $300.00
Female dogs (21-40 lbs) $350.00
Female dogs (41-70 lbs) $400.00
Female dogs (71-100 lbs) $450.00

The SF SPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic offers a variety of surgery discounts for owned cats and dogs in our community:

25% – 100% off for low-income San Francisco residents, determined by the number of people in the household and average monthly income for all household members.
10% off for San Francisco residents, regardless of income
10% off for existing SF SPCA Veterinary Hospital clients, regardless of income and residency
20% off for San Francisco full-time students, regardless of income
20% off for San Francisco senior citizens over the age of 65, regardless of income
Please note that discounts cannot be combined. When applicable, discounts may require proof of the following:

San Francisco residency
Low-income status
Enrollment as a full-time student
Senior citizen status

January 24, 2011 at 2:20 pm 1 comment

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