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11 facts on CBD for dogs you may not know about

Since CBD is just now entering into the ears of everyone from your neighbors to grandparents, I want to give you our 11 best tips about CBD for dogs and help you better understand what CBD for pets is.

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Best Natural Flea Remedies for your Fur Kids!

 

Calm that itch with some non-chemical treatments to get rid of fleas.

When it’s that itchy, scratchy season for pets when fleas rear their ugly, annoying microscopic heads. Of course there are lots of chemical treatments and collars that can wipe out the annoying pests. But if those chemicals aren’t safe for you or your children to touch, do you really want them on your furry friends? Here are some more natural flea remedies to try instead.

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How to Keep your Dogs Safe: Martingale Collar

Auntie Em’s uses a martingale on EVERY single dog we care for. We will also use them along with a harness as a safety precaution. If you or someone you know is not familiar with martingale collar, we highly recommend you try one. This is a great alternative to using a collar that can slip off, and it is cruel free. [Read more…]

Meet our adoptable pup of the week, MINNIE!

Facts About Me

Breed-Maltese Mix
Color- Black – with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
Age-senior
Size-Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Sex-Female
Pet ID# ps_15067937

My Info

Spayed
Shots Up to Date
House-trained
Has Special Needs
Good with Cats
Good with Dogs

My Story

Everyone welcome Minnie!! Minnie is a super sweet 10 year old female Maltese mix that was rescued out of  Inland Valley Animal Shelter with a host of problems.  She had a potato sized mammary tumor which was removed (including the entire string) as well as really bad dental disease (she had a dental) and spay.  Once healed, we will had her taken back to our vet for x-rays (as she has a slight limp we are concerned about) and it was determined that she has a congenital defect that cannot be fixed.  No matter, as Minnie gets about just fine.  Minnie is what we would consider a perfect purse dog.  She loves to be carried and loved, and at only 5 pounds, she makes it easy.  She is all people and dog friendly and just a loving little gal.  She would love a home that will dote on her for the rest of her days as this is what she deserves.  Her first 10 years of her life, didn’t appear to be the best.   Minnie has been spayed, had surgery to remove mammary tumors as well as an extreme dental, is up to date on vaccinations and is also microchipped.  She will likely be on heart meds forever as she has a murmur but it doesn’t slow her down and she is a good girl about taking her meds.  If interested in meeting or adopting this sweet senior girl, please go to www.lolr.org and fill out an adoption application. 

Our dog of the week for adoption is… McMuffin!

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Meet our rescue dog of the week, Takota!

Featured Pup of the Week

We will be posting a dog every week in need of a furever home. Please check back weekly for the adorable pup featured on Auntie Em’s!

Facts about Monroe Spuds McKenzie

  • Breed: English Bulldog
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate – With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Everyone please meet our newest potato girl, Monroe Spuds McKenzie!!! Monroe is a 5 year old (DOB: 11/25) female English Bulldog that was surrendered to our rescue by her elderly owner. Monroe is very very sweet and loves people, especially kids. She is too curious about other dogs (especially littles) so she needs a home without another dog. We are also looking for someone that has bulldog experience to provide her with the training and experience she will need. She is a lovely dog with people and would make a great only pet. Monroe has been spayed, is up to date on vaccination and is also microchipped. If interested in meeting or adoption Monroe, please go to www.lolr.org and fill out an adoption application.

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How Often Should I Wash My Pet’s Food Bowls?

When it comes to washing pet bowls, there is a lot of conflicting information out there. How often should you wash? What should you wash the bowls with? Where should you wash? Everybody seems to have an opinion. So we’ve decided to go straight to the experts to find out what they think about pet bowl hygiene, foodborne disease prevention and their best practices to protect the health of humans and animals in the household. [Read more…]

It is true! The launch is finally here!!!