Get ready – February is Pet Dental Health Month, which means it's time to lavish some attention on your pet's teeth. It's important to take proper care of canine and feline teeth, because if left untreated, plaque and tartar buildup can progress to painful periodontal disease. The bacteria from periodontal disease can spread to other organs and cause illnesses. More than 85 percent of cats and dogs over four years old are affected by periodontal disease — you don't want your four-legged companion to become part of that alarming statistic. Learn the 5 ways to keep your pet's teeth and gums healthy for life, in this article from VetStreet. And, Rainbow is here to help! Save on all Greenies Dental Products with a special Buy One, Get One 50% Off deal at Rainbow Ag. No coupon necessary – offer good from January 20 through the end of February!
Thinking about getting a pet rabbit? February is also Adopt a Rescued Rabbit month! "House Rabbits" are becoming a very popular pet. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)’s pet ownership statistics, there were 1.4 million rabbit households in the U.S. with a combined 3.2 million pet rabbits in 2012. But as with adopting any pet, it is good to be prepared. In this article from the PetsMatter blog, learn some of the truths and misconceptions about living with a pet rabbit.
Of course, February also brings Valentine's Day! Get your sweetie a swell little treat with this month's subscriber coupon for Buy One, Get One 50% Off on all Jewelry, home décor, and clothing! There's a big selection of pretty, shiny earrings, necklaces, buckles and more from Montana Silversmiths and Rock 47 jewelry, or pick out the perfect sweater, purse or bling-jeans! Make Mom smile with a cute new wall-hanging sign, or something to spruce up the house! Valentine's Day is February 14 – get something for the ones you love, and save some $$$ doing it!
Let the Fur Fly – a Valentine's Day Luncheon and Fashion show - will be held at Barra of Mendocino in Redwood Valley, on Sunday, February 14th. Enjoy a gourmet luncheon, doggie Fashion Strut, fashions by Liv Boutique and a Silent Auction, with all proceeds benefiting the Humane Society for Inland Mendocino County. Tickets are available at Liv Boutique in Ukiah, and at the HSIMC. Tickets are pre-sale only, as seating is limited, and must be reserved by February 7. For more information call (707)485-0123 or email email@example.com.
A new initiative by Lake County rescue group, Orphan Dog, Fix Lake County is working to reduce the homeless pet population through spay and neuter assistance. Orphan Dog is Lake County's largest rescue group. They rescue, rehab, and rehome about 250 dogs a year. In 2016, they will home their 3,000th dog. This is done on a shoestring budget and with an all volunteer staff. In addition to their commitment to rescue, they are committed to reducing the births of unwanted and uncared-for animals. To do this, Lake County needs a low-cost and/or no-cost spay and neuter program - FIX Lake County. Orphan Dog has received a commitment to begin the program. Now they need funds to guarantee the program for one year, so that in the future they can apply for grants. 100% of every dollar donated will go toward the care of animals either to keep them from death row, to rescue them, or for medical care. Every donation is tax-deductible. FIX Lake County will save lives. By donating, you will be saving lives. https://www.gofundme.com/FixLakeCounty
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