Voting is going on NOW for the next Top Dog Model! Just browse through the Album, click the individual photos and LIKE the ones you want to vote for! The top “like” getters will get a professional photo shoot and be featured on the packaging for Rainbow’s Natural Nuggets Dog Treats! Voting ends March 29, 2019.
Spring is the busiest time at Rainbow – and there’s a lot going on in the community too! Check out this list of events that benefit local shelters and rescue organizations:
- All Cat Spay Day Mendocino Animal Shelter March 24 – FREE, First Come, First Serve
- Humane Society of Inland Mendocino County Pasta For Paws Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser April 6
- Fido Field Trips Mendocino Animal Shelter – Take a shelter dog on an outing!
- Orphan Dog Big Fix Day date has changed to June, due to scheduling conflicts. Orphan Dog is raising $12,500 to fund this event – learn more here.
There’s plenty going on in the Rainbow Ag stores too:
- Alfalfa Booking Sale March 31 through April 6. Order and pay for your prime quality Alfalfa hay, and pick up before April 28.
- No Tax Outdoor Power Equipment Sale April 12 & 13 (Friday & Saturday). Let Rainbow’s trained OPE specialists help you select the right equipment for the job, at the best prices of the season!
- Rainbow’s Spring Anniversary Sale May 3, 4 & 5. Our BIGGEST sale of the year! 20% Off most Everything in the stores, Hot Buys and Specials.
March is Pet Poison Awareness Month! Accidental poisoning is very common, especially among dogs – who are well known for being curious and tasting everything! Learn about preventing accidental poisoning, and where to call for help if you suspect that your pet has consumed something dangerous, at the Keeping Pets Safe: Poison Prevention page. With the recent abundant rains, there have been reports of dogs eating poisonous mushrooms right in their own back yards! Examine your dog’s yard and remove all mushrooms – the poisonous ones can look just like the editable ones! For a list of potential poisons in your home and yard, check out this page, also courtesy of the Pet Poison Hotline.
When the Camp Fire devastated Paradise and surrounding areas last November, it took James and Anna Mayfield’s home. After giving up their rescue cat, Mr. Potter, for lost, more than 100 days later Mr. Potter was found alive and well! Read the story here >>
The February winner is June Richmond, with the correct answer that the Top Dog Models get to pose for a label for Rainbow’s All Natural Dog Treats! The March question is, How long did Mr. Potter survive before he was found by his family? Enter Here