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February 2017



O, the Joy of Rescue


Greensboro Veterinary Hospital Nutrition and Your Pet

Steph Skardal Photography

King’s Crossing Animal Hospital Lyme Disease - It’s Here, but Do We Need to Be in Fear?


Friendly Hounds

Don’t Give in to Puppy Pressure: Developing a Strong Relationship with Your Dog



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February 4 – SPCA Vaccine Clinic 11am-2pm February 11 – T riad Golden Retriever Rescue Adoption Fair 12-3pm February 14 – Share the Love Event February 18 – Multi-Group Cat Adoption Fair 11am-3pm February 19 – Red Dog Farm Adoption Fair 1-4pm

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adores watching (what else?) old black and white love stories - Casablanca being at the top of his list! Want to “Play it again, Sam”? Well, here’s looking at you kid, come meet Andy today! Photo courtesy of Project Pearl and Kristin Deavers Photography. You can meet Andy at Forsyth County Animal Control or call 336-703-3647 for more information. Please ask for him by Animal ID A344961.

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Please look over the list of businesses below and support them whenever possible. These companies are the reason we are able to offer the shelters and rescue organizations free space every month. Many animals have found homes because of these businesses, and for that, we are so very grateful. 3 Pooches, pg. 15

Dog-Gone Fun, pg. 17

Pampered Paws Village, pg. 19

Accent Prone, pg. 29

Doodie Free Zone, pg. 23

Paws of Royalty, pg. 33

Adams Farm Animal Hospital, PA, pg. 19

Downtown Greensboro Animal Hospital, pg. 21

Pawsitive Steps, pg. 41

All Pets Considered, pg. 3

Dynasty Furniture, pg. 46

Philip E. Taylor, DDS, PA., pg. 48

Almost Home Boarding & Grooming, pg. 42

Farmer’s Feed & Seed, pg. 4

Red Beard Dog Training, pg. 42

Always There Pet Care, pg. 21

Family Pet Cremation Center, pg. 9

Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network, pg. 35

Animal Allergy & Ear Clinic, pg. 23

Fishers Bar & Grille, pg. 15

Ruff Housing Doggie Daycare, pg. 33

Animal Hospital of Lewisville, pg. 31

Friendly Hounds, pgs. 6, 7

Animal Hospital of Walnut Cove, pg. 43

Gate City Animal Hospital, pg. 42

Sedgefield Animal Hospital and Dental Center, pg. 35

arcBARKS, pgs. 19

Glamour Grooms, pg. 21

Sitzen K9 Training, pg. 4

At Home Veterinary Housecalls, pg. 29

Greensboro Veterinary Hospital, pgs. 10, 11

Southern Crafted Furniture, pg. 29

Best Friends Bed and Biscuit, pg. 25

Guilford-Jamestown Veterinary Hospital, pg. 25

Southwoods Animal Hospital, pg. 17

Bingo Pet Hospice, pg. 17

Hall Insurance Associates, Inc., pg. 31

Steph Skardal Photography, pgs. 39, 41

Brassfield Animal Hospital, pg. 21

Happy Tails Emergency Veterinary Clinic, pg. 23

Stokesdale Veterinary Hospital, pg. 6

Burlington Road Animal Hospital, pg. 37

Heather Mays - Animal Communicator, pg. 41

Camp Bow Wow, pgs. 44, 45

Indigo Blue Pet Spa, pg. 31

Stoney Creek Veterinary Hospital Pet Lodge and Rehab Center, pg. 39

Caring4Pets, pgs. 23

Inline K9 Dog Training Services LLC, pg. 39

Carolina Air Canine, pg. 2

James Landing Veterinary Hospital, P.A., pg. 33

Carolina BMW Motorcycles, pg. 11

Jim and Judy Stratton, pg. 17

Carolina Dog Training, pg. 27

King’s Crossing Animal Hospital, pgs. 14, 15

Cat Care Hospital, pg. 9

Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice, pg. 5

Cat Clinic of Greensboro, pg. 5

Laundromuttz, pg. 29

Central Carolina Pet Services, pg. 11

Moms 4 Paws, pg. 43

Cobb Animal Clinic, pg. 27

Mt. Tabor Boarding & Grooming, pg. 31

Country Kennel, pg. 27

Nanhall Grooming & Boarding, pg. 15

Dirty Dogs, pg. 19

NC Art & Antiques Mall, pg. 46

Dog Days, pg. 47

Northwood Animal Hospital, pg. 37


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Summerfield Veterinary Hospital, pg. 25 The Corner Slice, pg. 15 Taylor’s Discount Tire, pg. 9 The Salon & Spa at All Pets Considered, pg. 3 Triad Dog Fence, pg. 27 Triad Mobile Grooming, pg. 42 University Animal Hospital, pg. 2 Vickie’s Pampered Pet, pg. 43 Wild Birds Unlimited GSO, HP & WS, pg. 5 Woodland Heights, pg. 43 Woof Watchers, pg. 41

Training Your Pet

Don’t Give in to Puppy Pressure: Developing a Strong Relationship with Your Dog By Mary Vanderlinden

Surprise! You’re a new mommy or daddy! The moment you

brought your new puppy home, you assumed the responsibility of a parent. Let’s get right to the point, rearing a puppy is very similar to parenting a child - you must be firm yet gentle while establishing leadership. In this article, I’m going to share how to avoid puppy pressure and nurture your new friend into a respectable dog. You may be asking, what is puppy pressure? It is the ability of your puppy to manipulate and train you to get what he wants. This happens when the puppy parent becomes reactive, loses the ability to be proactive, and gives in to the pup’s demands. The result - the puppy becomes master of the house, effectively ruling the roost while mom and dad become slaves to the canine. If the manipulation goes unchecked the behavior escalates and puppy may mature into an ill-mannered dog.

What does puppy pressure look like? Here are a few scenarios Lisa adopted Frenchie, an eight-week-old Bichon Frise, to be her new companion. At first, Lisa was determined to crate train Frenchie, but it turned into a nightmare at bedtime. Frenchie whimpered and whined. This prompted Lisa to look in on Frenchie to see if she was okay. Lisa let Frenchie out to cuddle and comfort her before gently putting her back in the crate. Lisa’s interaction resulted in Frenchie’s intensified crying. Eventually Lisa gave in to the sad eyes peering from the crate, and she let Frenchie on her bed. Now Frenchie never ventures near the crate and has a permanent spot sleeping right next to Lisa. Dave is training Rex, his German Shepherd. Dave is using high value treats which Rex really likes. While Rex is doing a wonderful job at mastering the skills that Dave wants, the treats are irresistible to Rex who is determined to eat the whole bag. Rex begins putting pressure on Dave with soft barks and a stare. Then, Rex begins to bark louder and with a more insistent tone. Rex makes a bold gesture and sits down with a thump in front of Dave. Dave reacts by petting Rex and giving him more treats to enjoy. George loves his American breed, Junior, and takes the dog everywhere. George often carries Junior, a small Poodle Shih Tzu mix. One day, George tries to walk Junior in the park but Junior was not into using his four legs. Junior lay spread-eagle on the ground,

refusing to budge. Mary Vanderlinden is an American Kennel Club George, feeling a (AKC) certified trainer and evaluator, and a member bit embarrassed by of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, the Junior’s behavior, Carolina Dog Training Club, and Pet Partners. Contact Mary at or online scooped him up and continued the at: walk. Who is really in control in each of these vignettes? Can you pinpoint where the puppy parent went awry? All three of these scenarios are similar to a child throwing a temper tantrum. And, why do children throw tantrums? To get what they want!

In each scenario the puppy parent was reactive and the biggest sin – the puppy parent gave in and overindulged! So, what do you do to resist puppy pressure and maintain your status as pack leader? Start taking pro-active and solution-oriented actions. You must determine what is and is not acceptable and establish boundaries. You can do this with firm and gentle guidance. Help the puppy to understand that the crate is his space and allow him to get used to going in/out on his own, and importantly sleeping in the crate. Remember that developing your puppy’s good behavior starts with you, Mom and Dad. Do not be a reactive puppy parent, analyze situations and research solutions if you are unsure of what to do. Set a routine that is healthy for both you and your puppy. Set times for daily exercise and training, this will essentially be the time when puppy gets treats for making progress on a command or task. Can you reward your dog for just being a great companion with a new toy or bone? You bet! But, you decide when the time is right to give a special something to puppy. As an involved puppy parent you will learn your dog’s cues. By involvement and observation, you will quickly begin to understand when puppy is demanding treats, attention, or taking control, versus asking to go out when he needs a potty break or signaling when he is going to be sick. One final and very important thought: always be positive and don’t get frustrated. Coax puppy with kindness and use such moments as a learning experience. Remember - do not to give in to temptation. Think ahead about how you want your pup to behave and work toward that goal!

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February 2017 Vol. 7, No. 8

special features… 44 Camp Bow Wow A Cool Place to Be a Dog

from our readers Publisher Beverly Beck and Associates, Inc. PO Box 18972 Greensboro, NC 27419

This is Phoebe. Our girl is a three year old Whitely Pembroke Corgi and absolutely loves playing in her first snow experience here in Greensboro, NC!

Michele Fowler

Publishers / Editors Deb Printup Jennifer Frazier


Art Direction / Design Jennifer Frazier Deb Printup

Contributing Writers

in this issue. . .

Cover Photography

7 Training Tips Friendly Hounds Developing a Strong Relationship

Angelique Fuller, DVM Janice Coltrane Freeman Lane Songer, DVM Mary Vanderlinden

Steph Skardal Photography

Graphic Designer Lincoln Infield


Bob Slone Distributech Payne Distribution


Buddy Weiss

To Advertise Jennifer - 336.456.1959 Deb - 336.580.3964

14 The Vet’s Corner

King’s Crossing Animal Hospital Lyme Disease - It’s Here, But Do We Need to Be in Fear?

with Your Dog

10 The Vet’s Corner Greensboro Veterinary Hospital Nutrition and Your Pet

42 Calendar of Events Upcoming February Events

12 Animal Adoption &

Rescue Foundation O, the Joy of Rescue!

ANIMAL SHELTERS & RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS 16 The Animal Rescue & Foster Program

30 Forsyth County Animal Control

18 Guilford County Animal Services

32 Forsyth Humane Society

Triad Happy Tails Magazine is a monthly publication & is published by Beverly Beck & Associates, Inc. We can not guarantee any products or services seen in this magazine, nor can we guarantee the health or temperament of any animal featured in this magazine.

20 Loving Pet Inn Adoptions

34 Davidson County Animal Shelter

22 Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network

36 Rockingham County Animal Shelter

24 SPCA of the Triad

38 Burlington Animal Services

Call individual shelters & rescue organizations to check on availability of a specific animal & to learn about their adoption process.

26 Ruff Love Rescue

40 Humane Society of Alamance County

28 AARF (Winston-Salem)

 reed Specific & Various Featured Local B Rescue Groups Throughout the Magazine

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Our Mission Statement: Triad Happy Tails Magazine is focused on the plight of homeless animals & is dedicated to promoting adoptions from local animal shelters & rescue groups. We provide a pictorial & informational directory of animals that are ready to adopt from the shelters & rescue organizations in the greater Triad area. Beverly Beck & Associates, Inc. reserves the right to deny advertisements. ©2017 Beverly Beck & Associates, Inc all

rights reserved. Reproduction in part or whole without written consent is strictly prohibited.


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ON THE COVER: Winston Meet Winston, available through Animal Adoption & Rescue Foundation (AARF) in Winston-Salem. This handsome puppy has endured two surgeries due to swallowing a sock that became stuck inside his belly. Thanks to AARF, this puppy is now on the mend. Go to for information about AARF’s adoption fair hours and adoption process.

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Vet’s Corner Lane Songer, DVM Greensboro Veterinary Hospital Prior to becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Lane Songer enjoyed a successful career as a Registered Nurse for over 20 years. Dr. Songer obtained her BS in Nursing from Radford University in Virginia, and her DVM from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. She and her husband, T.J., have returned to North Carolina after many years, and currently reside in Greensboro with their cat, Miss PeePee, and their dog, Eddy. Their son, Cole, recently graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Computer Science Engineering and also resides in Greensboro, where he is employed by a software company and enjoys free-lance web development. Besides working in the profession she loves, Dr. Songer likes being outdoors, especially hiking, kayaking and fishing. Dr. Songer is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association, and the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association. With her experience in the human and veterinary medical fields, she possesses a strong interest in the One Health concept, “a worldwide strategy for expanding interdisciplinary collaborations and communications in all aspects of health care for humans, animals and the environment.” Her professional interests also include animal nutrition and preventive care, believing that proper nutrition and preventive medicine are vital for a pet’s health, well being and longevity. Dr. Songer not only enjoys working with animals, but with clients as well, especially in regards to educating clients about their pets, disease processes, and public health. She looks forward to working with and developing long-lasting relationships with you and your pets!

NUTRITION AND YOUR PET Proper nutrition is vital throughout all stages of your pet’s life, and your pet’s nutritional needs can change frequently. Regular visits with your veterinarian for preventive care, including a nutritional consultation, are of great value in keeping your pet happy and healthy. Nutrition is not just about giving your pet food every day. There are many factors to consider when thinking about your pet’s nutritional health, such as: AGE: A senior pet will have very different energy requirements than a growing puppy, as well as changes in mobility, brain function and muscle mass, which can all be aided by proper nutrition. Make sure to feed your pet a diet designated specifically for his or her age. SPECIES: A cat’s nutritional needs vary greatly from a dog’s. For example, the amino acid taurine is crucial for cats to prevent serious eye and heart problems. Commercially prepared cat foods provide this necessary nutrient. This is just one reason why cats should not be fed dog food. It is important to consult with a veterinary nutritionist if you are preparing a homemade diet for your pet to ensure that they are receiving the nutrients they need.


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LACTATION/PREGNANCY: A dog or cat that is pregnant or nursing their young require increased caloric intake in order to maintain their own ideal body condition while providing proper nutrition for their young. ACTIVITY: A very active dog, such as a herding or athletic dog, will have very different caloric requirements than a sedentary one. DISEASE: A sick or injured animal’s nutritional requirements can vary greatly. The animal may have increased nutrient losses that must be replaced, such as losses from vomiting, diarrhea, abscesses, draining wounds or kidney disease. Or the animal may have increased nutrient requirements for healing, as in cases of trauma, fever, or chronic lung disease. WEATHER: Extremes in heat and cold can also affect your pet’s dietary needs. An animal may have limited activity during hot weather, requiring fewer calories, but require more energy to maintain body heat in the cold weather. Each pet is an individual and each individual’s nutritional needs must be addressed, met and maintained. Make sure to discuss your pet’s diet with your veterinarian at every visit to ensure your pet’s unique nutritional needs are being met. A key part of proper nutrition for your pet is maintaining optimal body condition and weight. Weight management in pets is crucial and can be quite difficult to manage - or quite easy. Excess weight in pets, just like with humans, can lead to serious health issues such as diseases of the joints, digestive tract, kidneys and heart. Maintaining a healthy, ideal weight will reduce stress on the body and help prevent serious disease. Feeding your pet twice daily instead of leaving a bowl of food out for all-day grazing is beneficial. This may take some “tough love” on your part, but your pet will not starve, despite the guilty looks you may receive for the first few days. At meal time, put your pet’s food bowl down and give him/her about 20-30 minutes to eat, then pick up the bowl. It won’t take long for your pet to realize that if he/she does not eat when the food is provided, then they will have to wait until the next meal. Decreasing the amount of food and treats fed daily can also help. Make sure to consult with your veterinarian regarding the amount of food your pet requires, and take into consideration your pet’s individual physiologic factors as well. It is important to give your pet high quality, nutritionally sound treats in proper amounts. There are many commercially prepared treats that are “empty calories” for your pet and will only serve to put weight on your pet while providing little to no nutritional value. Try treating your pet with baby carrots, cubed zucchini or green beans - raw or frozen even! Or use just a few pieces of your pet’s dry food as treats. Supplementing your pet’s diet with vegetables is another great way to help them feel fuller longer between meals; adding carrots, green beans or plain canned pumpkin (no spices!) to your pet’s diet will add extra fiber for satiety, without adding extra calories. Nutrition is just one key component for optimal health care for your pet. Talk with your veterinarian regularly about your pet’s diet. Feeding your pet properly and keeping your pet at a healthy weight are vital to ensuring you and your pets enjoy a long and happy life together!

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Cover Story

O, the Joy of Rescue

By Janice Coltrane Freeman


Sometimes we rescue animals that really end up rescuing us. O, the joy of rescue! There is nothing like it.

inston was in serious trouble. He was in severe pain, and his young owners didn’t know what to do for the puppy they held in their arms. They had no money to get him to a veterinarian, and the rescue group from which he had been adopted offered no assistance. Without help Winston’s owners knew he would die. As luck would have it, or maybe even divine intervention, the little canine and his owners encountered an AARF associate in the parking lot where they stood. After a brief conversation, it was discovered that Winston, being a typical curious puppy, had swallowed a sock that was obviously stuck in a place where socks aren’t digested. Without hesitation, and with grateful spirits, the young couple handed Winston to the lady from AARF. Two surgeries later, and lots of TLC have produced an end result befitting a Hollywood ending. Winston has a great foster family and the promise of a permanent home in the very near future. O, the joy of the rescue experience! Winston has brought so much fun and happiness into his new foster home. Volunteering with an animal rescue group, caring for unwanted and abandoned cats and dogs can be one of the most rewarding and satisfying experiences imaginable. The unconditional love and gratitude of an animal whose life has been turned upside down cannot be explained by mere words. Paisley, a petite brown tabby, along with her three kittens, came into the AARF program from a local high-kill shelter. Watching


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Paisley care for her babies, and later six additional orphan kittens, was amazing! The love of this tiny cat shown through her bathing these precious bundles of fur, nursing them for weeks, and teaching them to play and interact with each other brought so much fun to the foster family. If anyone wants to feel appreciated and fulfilled, the rescue experience is awaiting. Some of the most satisfying experiences of my life have been the times when I walk out of a high-kill shelter with a cat or dog who moments before sat huddled in the back of a cold, steel cage awaiting euthanasia. Somehow I believe that these animals know instinctively that their lives have been spared. O, the sheer joy that fills my soul when I place that carrier in the front seat of my car and peer into those frightened eyes, and I can say, “You’re going to be just fine. I will love and care for you, and I know you’ll do the same for me.” I recently saw a bumper sticker that read, “Who rescued who?” Sometimes we rescue animals that really end up rescuing us. O, the joy of rescue! There is nothing like it.

Adopt Winston

How You Can Know the Joy of Rescue AARF, the Animal Adoption and Rescue Foundation in Winston-Salem, is always looking for more volunteers. Many times the difference between our being able save a dog or cat from a high-kill shelter or a homeless situation lies in our ability to provide a foster home. One person can make such a difference in saving animal lives.

Fostering allows an individual an opportunity to provide a safe, loving home for cats and dogs while they await their permanent adoptive home. Veterinary care is made available through our partner veterinarians, and animal food is often donated from area businesses. If fostering an animal in your home is not an option, there are lots of opportunities to care for the resident cats and kittens at the AARF House, which is located at 311 Harvey Street in Winston-Salem. All foster dogs and puppies live in private homes, not at the AARF House. No non-profit animal rescue organization could exist without donations. As my grandmother used to say, “We know how to stretch a dollar like a rubber band!” How thrilled we are when we open the mail and there is a monetary donation, or when children decide to forgo gifts for a birthday party and choose instead to bring cat and dog food to help our animals. Knowing the joy of rescue takes many paths, but the results are the same. Animals’ lives are saved, and our community is better for it. If you are interested in becoming a partner in this experience called “rescue”, please call us at 336-768-7387 or go to our website at You can see for yourself the joy of rescue.

311 Harvey Street Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336-768-7387 AARF Adoption Fairs: Saturdays: 12-4pm (cats) Saturdays: 12-3pm (dogs) Mondays: 12-4pm (cats only) Tuesdays: 12-6pm (cats only) Wednesdays: 12-6pm (cats only) Fridays: 12-6pm (cats only) Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Adoption Fairs are limited sessions.

All photos courtesy of Steph Skardal Photography (except Choco) Winston, Holly, Puma, Sparkle, Kendal, Choco & Sugar are available for adoption from AARF

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Training Your Pet Vet’s Corner Angelique Fuller, DVM Dr. Angelique Fuller is the owner/veterinarian at King’s Crossing Animal Hospital in Oak Ridge, North Carolina. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design and Production for Theater from The North Carolina School of the Arts in 1997, a Master of Science in Animal Health Science from The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University in 2003 and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University in 2007. After graduation, Dr. Fuller worked full time at Guilford Jamestown Veterinary Hospital in Greensboro and as a relief emergency veterinarian at Carolina Veterinary Specialist and Emergency Services of Forsyth County. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Fuller has had a wide variety of life experiences and finds that her art and medicine backgrounds blend together seamlessly. Growing up, she has always had a love for animals and realized early that a pet’s health and well-being played an important role in the human-animal bond. Dr. Fuller, husband Brian and their son enjoy sharing their home with a cat named Burman and two dogs (Duncan and Goosie). They also have five beautiful chickens that they adore!

Lyme Disease –

It’s Here, But do We Need to Be in Fear? What is Lyme Disease?

Lyme Disease is caused by a bacterial infection transmitted by a tick bite. The name of the bacteria causing the disease is called Borrelia burdorferi. Lyme Disease is currently the most commonly reported human vector borne disease in the United States according to the Centers of Disease Control. However, even though it is the most common reported disease, the majority of the cases (95%) are from 14 out of the 50 states.

But can dogs get Lyme Disease?

Yes, but the majority of dogs who test positive never get sick (about 95%). Unfortunately, we have no way of predicting for sure which 5% will get sick. Most of the clinical signs do not begin for weeks or even months after infection. Most common signs are joint pain and stiffness and less likely fever. However, the most serious complication associated with Lyme Disease is its potential effect on the kidneys. It can cause glomerular nephritis, a life threatening and most often fatal kidney disease.

But I heard Lyme Disease was only in the northeast US?

It’s here also! I know everyone loves to research online, so if you want the most up to date stats for dogs check out Companion Animal Parasite Council ( The following picture shows the 2016 stats for Guilford County from Lyme Guilford County 1 out of 30 Dogs tested positive for Lyme of


Positive Cases


Dogs Tested

3.32% Dogs Tested Positive

Companion Animal Parasite Council

My dog tested positive on a SNAP test… what does that mean?

Most veterinary hospitals routinely screen your dog for Lyme Disease and that is a good thing! The most commonly used in house

screening test is the 4dx SNAP test. This test detects C6 antibiotics but gives no quantitative number. A positive test indicates that tick with the Borrelia bacteria has been attached for at least 24 hours. In areas with lots of ticks and dogs that get to spend a fair amount of time outside there will be a high number who test positive at some point.

Next Steps?

If your dog tests positive you have options: 1 – do nothing, which I personally do not recommend; 2 – further testing, a quantitative C6 test (although there is dispute among veterinarians of its value); urine protein (as a screening of kidney damage); CBC, Chemistry profile to check for low platelets and organ function; 3 – treatment. Doxycycline has been shown to work effectively against the Lyme bacteria and treatment is typically four weeks. In an ideal world you do both steps 2 and 3. Your veterinarian will be able to help guide you through the decision making process and take into account your dog’s history and possible other health concerns.

How do I keep my dog from getting Lyme Disease?

Prevention, Vaccination, Environmental protection. Tick prevention is key in prevention. Here in North Carolina it is so important to treat your pet year round. Our “winter” is not cold enough or long enough to actually kill the tick population. And remember, not all tick preventions are equal in their effectiveness. Please ask your veterinarian what product is best for your dog. There are also effective vaccines against Lyme Disease. Your veterinarian can help you decide if vaccination is best for your dog. Studies have found that vaccinating positive dogs reduced the incidence of clinical signs by 60% compared to unvaccinated dogs and vaccinating negative dogs reduced the incidence of clinical signs by 85%, when compared to unvaccinated dogs.


This is definitely a disease that can be prevented, but can be challenging in tick infested areas. If your dog is unfortunate enough to develop kidney disease secondary to Lyme, the prognosis is grave. Because of this, I urge you to discuss options for prevention with your veterinarian and stay up-to-date on all problematic parasites at the Companion Animal Parasite Council website.

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Angel Fuller, DVM

Bibliography: Levy SA, O’Connor TP, Hanscom JL, Shields P, Lorentzen L, Dimarco AA. Quantitative measurement of C6 antibody following antibiotic treatment of Borrelia burgdorferi antibody-positive nonclinical dogs. Clin Vaccine Immunol. 2008;15(1):115-9. Goldstein RE. Canine Leptospirosis and Lyme Disease 2013 — Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention. Proceedings Western Veterinary Conference 2013.


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Heather was rescued, along with a single kitten, during the fall weather. Since coming to live at ARFP, Heather has made it known that she is a talker and is meant to be with people. She believes that everyone is “her person” and that she should be the first greeted. Heather would love an opportunity to interview you and decide if you can be a part of her next chapter. Give Heather a call at 336-574-9600. n


born Nov. 11, 2016, is from a litter of 6 pups. He has 2 brothers and 3 sisters. Mom is a Lab-Beagle mix and dad is unknown. Locke wants to become a member of your family so he hopes you call soon! You can find Locke on Saturdays and Sundays at 711 Milner Drive in Greensboro or call 336-574-9600 for information. n


Eight pounds! Eight tiny little pounds of cuddling love. Meet 7 year old Rocco. He was abandoned with a couple of his friends. He made his way to ARFP where he has made himself at home in his foster home. Rocco is ready for adoption and would love to meet you. Interested? Call us 336-574-9600. n

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is a female black domestic cat. She is 12 years old, already spayed and up-to-date on shots. Ebony is good with other cats and loves to sit on your lap. She is ready to go to

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is a chocolate and white Pit Bull, around 3 years old. He is already neutered and weighs around 62 pounds. He is up-to-date on all of his vaccines and is heartworm negative. Bam Bam also has a sponsored adoption fee and is one of the shelter’s longest residents.

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Appolonia is a 1 year old black and beige tabby, already spayed. She weighs around 5 pounds. She is upto-date and ready to go to her new home. Appolonia gets along with other cats. Her adoption fee is $50. Come meet Appolonia today at the Guilford County Animal Shelter. Ask for ID A33884376. n

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is a handsome Poodle mix, maybe a MaltiPoo, who is 4 years old and 9.4 pounds. His owner had way too many dogs, mostly Poodle mixes, and she died, leaving the dogs alone in the house for nearly 3 months. Graham is a very sweet, totally unsocialized little guy who is frightened by everything. He is good with other dogs. He needs a new owner who is experienced with hoarder/breeder dogs, a family who has the patience to introduce this lovely, timid boy to the world. Fenced yard required, no small children. You must have a current sweet dog who can show Graham the ropes. Adoption donation $150.

is a beautiful Poodle mix, maybe a MaltiPoo, who is 3 years old and 10.8 pounds. His owner had way too many dogs, mostly Poodle mixes, and she died, leaving the dogs alone in the house for nearly 3 months. Warren is a very sweet, totally unsocialized little guy who is frightened by everything. He is good with other dogs. He needs a new owner who is experienced with hoarder/breeder dogs, a family who has the patience to introduce this lovely, timid boy to the world. Fenced yard required, no small children. You must have a current sweet dog who can show Warren the ropes. Adoption donation $150.

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a purebred Chinese Crested (powderpuff), was born July 2, 2011 and is 11 petite pounds of sweetness. Gordy is a friendly, active 5 year old who loves to take walks and is great on the leash. He already knows his basic commands such as sit and come and he likes to be obedient. He loves car rides. Gordy is affectionate and snuggly. He loves laps. He cherishes his people and thrives on praise, getting excited when he knows he has pleased you. He is good with other dogs but could also be your only dog. Adoption donation $175.

is a cute 7 year old, 20 pound boy who was found as a stray. He looks a lot like a Lhasa Poo to us and has the personality of a Lhasa. He seems to be non-shedding. He is a happy, sociable, playful, confident boy who makes new friends immediately. He loves being around people and is not a fan of being crated. Hudgins is such a confident dog that he can be tempted to be in charge if you let him, so he will be best in a home with an experienced owner. No small children in his new home since he can be a bit possessive over toys and can get irritated. He is a fun, cheerful little guy who will be fabulous in a new home with an alpha human. Adoption donation $175.

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Well, we do not know if dogs come any sweeter than Hazel! She is a beautiful Aussie mix, about 5 years old and 39 pounds. She has a lovely, soft coat that is mostly a very deep, rich chocolate with pretty silvery highlights and lighter brown on her lower legs. Hazel is as kind and gentle as can be, a submissive girl who only wants to please. She is beautifully even tempered, humble and accepting. She looks to people for guidance and is totally cooperative. She is very affectionate and loves attention. She is house-trained and good with other dogs, too. Adoption donation $150.

is a 17 pound, 9 year old Rat Terrier mix who was found as a stray. She seems to have healthy joints and can spring up easily onto a chair or lap! She has a cute little old lady face but her body looks youthful and fit. She has a short tail. Luna acts like she has spent most of her life in a good home. She keeps her room clean and may be house-trained. She is cuddly and likes tummy rubs. Luna is submissive and friendly to new people but is frightened by little children so needs a child free home. She is fine with the other dogs but will be perfectly happy as your only dog. She loves to take walks. Adoption donation $100.

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is a kind and gentle 13 year old Saddlebred/Quarter Horse cross that stands approximately 15hh. He was surrendered by his owners that could no longer afford to care for him. They knew Jake had sight problems and believed he was moon blind but when Jake was examined by our vet it was determined he is totally blind. He is now happily living in a paddock with a mini horse as a companion. We would love to see Jake and his companion (Malcolm also available through RDF) adopted together because they have bonded and are a great pair. The adoption fee for Jake will be waived in hopes of helping him find the perfect home. It is very rewarding to know this horse and sense what a gentle creature he is. Don’t let his blindness keep you from opening your barn to him! Visit n


is a very petite 2 year old female calico mix. They do not come much sweeter than this little girl! She came to us after her family moved leaving her abandoned. She was not spayed and had two litters of kittens at a young age which is why we think she may be so small. Luckily, the folks over at Piedmont Wildlife Rehab found her and gave her a warm place to stay until she could come to RDF to find her forever home! She is going to be spayed this week and have a tooth extraction but will be ready for her new family very soon. Cinnamon will be happiest as an indoor kitty but would be a great addition to almost any home. If you would like to adopt this lovely little girl, please visit us online at n

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named for her beautiful rubycolored eyes, is less than a year old. She came to us with her two babies, Mocha and Toffee (both are also now available for adoption too). Ruby is thin but has a good appetite. She enjoys lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, and strawberries. The babies love to run around the cage and “popcorn” with their mom. Guinea Pigs do best in pairs and Red Dog farm has over 18 available pigs in the program. Please visit for more information. n

Kevin Bacon

was found limping as a stray. He is now 2 years old and currently 80 lbs. and still growing. He loves belly rubs and is good around kids. Kevin is a very sweet pig who gets along great with other pigs. Potbellied pigs make great pets in the right environment, but quickly become unwanted when owners do not do their homework and have an appropriate home for pigs. Visit to learn more about pigs as pets and to read our policies regarding adopting potbellied pigs. n


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approximately 8 month old guinea pigs looking for their forever home. Silk is more shy and reserved while Patch is more outgoing so they are a perfect balanced and bonded pair. The adoption fee is only $30 for the pair. If you are interested in these 2 sweet boys please visit us online at and fill out an application today. n

Max is a happy-go-lucky kinda guy. He is very sweet! His previous owner abandoned him and a nice local vet tech found him and asked us to help find him a home! He does tend to be higher on the energy level scale. Max will need a family that has time to play with him and take him for walks. He does well with other dogs, children, and has also been OK with cats! Max is currently taking a training class with his foster mom to learn some more obedience commands and basic training techniques. Like all young dogs, Max will need someone patient and willing to show him how to be a well mannered dog. Visit to apply to adopt this happy boy today. n




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He was adopted out as a kitten from another shelter and then brought to us because the owners could not keep him any longer. Adidas is a sweet kitty and loves to play and cuddle. He is about 5 months old. Morning times are for playing, afternoons are for napping. Adidas gets along with the other cats but is a little skittish with dogs. If exposed to them, he probably would get used to them. Adidas just needs that second chance to find his forever home.

was surrendered just before Christmas along with her mother, Sage. Holly is a young kitten born back in the spring or summer. Her owner had found homes for all the other kittens, but had decided to keep the mother, Sage, and her kitten, Holly. Now they are moving into an apartment where they cannot have the cats, so they asked the SPCA to find these felines homes. Sage and Holly are very bonded and love each other very much. It would be so nice if they could find a home together!

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was adopted from us a couple years ago as a kitten. Due to unforeseen circumstances they had to bring him back. Now he is looking for his second chance at a fur-ever home. He has the cutest little mustache ever! Benjamin loves to be held and loved and would make someone a wonderful companion. Call SPCA of the Triad at 336-375-3222 for more information. n


is an 11 year old Beagle mix. He was abandoned at a vet by his owners because they did not want to care for him anymore. We were contacted and decided to take him into our rescue and find him a new home. He is a very calm, laid back dog that would like to just lay around and relax. Jack does not seem to have the patience for children. Do you think you might be the one to give this older gentleman a place to call home? Call SPCA of the Triad at 336-375-3222 for more information.


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was sadly turned into the local animal shelter by her owner because he was moving and could not take Hope with him. We decided to take Hope in and find her a new home. She is a 5 year old Shepherd mix. All Hope wants is to get a second chance at a home that she can call her own for the rest of her life. Could that home be yours? Call SPCA of the Triad at 336-375-3222 for more information. n

Meet Lady Rock. Born 8/12/13, she is a black and brindle Boxer mix, weighing 48 lbs. Lady Rock came to the SPCA of the Triad from Rockingham County Animal Shelter. She had 2 puppies, but only 1 puppy, Ruger, survived. Lady Rock loves to play and would make a great hiking buddy. Lady Rock is ready for her second furever home. Do you have room in your heart and home for this pretty Lady? Please call SPCA of the Triad at 336-375-3222 for more info. n

Allie is awesome! This beautiful girl is probably a Collie/Retriever mix, about 50 pounds and around 2 years old. She is so friendly and loves people! She is also energetic, but when adopted will have training lessons included.

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Ebony is a beautiful black kitty. Ebony came to us with a litter of 3 kittens that have since been adopted. Now, it’s Ebony’s turn to find her forever home. She is a very gentle Triad Independent Cat Rescue girl that would love to be someone’s companion. Ebony has been spayed, is up-to-date on her vaccines, and has tested negative for Felv/FIV.

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Lucky (TGRR #161144) is a 90-pound, seven year old purebred Golden who is eager to learn and to please. Lucky has lived his entire life outdoors on a chain and is ready to learn how to be an indoor family pet. While Lucky is easily corrected, he is a very strong boy in need of a family with a firm hand and plenty of time to devote to his training. He has been living with a dog training Triad Golden Retriever Rescue family who wholeheartedly believe his loving Golden nature will grow into a wonderful, well-behaved pet. He quickly mastered basic commands and just needs repetition and consistency to stay on track. Lucky would be happiest in a large, fenced in yard with another dog who isn’t too dominant. He is great with kids, especially older ones who wouldn’t have to worry about being knocked over by this big, slobbering lug. Long walks and exercise will be a must, as he is energetic and in need of dropping about 15 lbs. The time and patience any family puts into this beautiful boy will be rewarded ten-fold with his sweet disposition and desire to be close to his peeps. Contact Triad Golden Retriever Rescue at n

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is a 10 year old senior Australian Shepherd who is ready to hang around and chase an occasional squirrel out of your back yard. We don’t know his past but we know his future should be bright! Robyn’s adoption donation will be waived for the right home. Ruff Love Rescue is 100% supported by donations. He is up-to-date on all vaccinations, neutered and on heartworm treatment. To adopt Robyn visit n


is a wonderful white Boxer. He is 2 years old and about 70 lbs. Adoption donation $200. All vetting is up-to-date. He is super friendly with adults and kids and wants to be an only dog. He’s microchipped and neutered, and on flea/tick and heartworm preventative. Visit www.ruffloverescue. com/adopt to make this pup a member of your family. n


is estimated to be around 8 months old, born sometime in early 2016. Elizabeth is the sweetest most loving kitty ever! Elizabeth is playful like any kitten, but her favorite thing to do is cuddle. Elizabeth is in a foster home with other cats and dogs and does wonderfully! Adoption fee is $75 or $125 for two as kittens do much better in pairs. Please email for an adoption application. n


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is a sweet senior boy who just wants a nice home where he can hang out and rest. We do not know his history but we know he is sweet and deserves a forever home. Timber is about 10 years old and 45 lbs. Adoption donation waived to the right home. All vetting is up-to-date, he’s microchipped and neutered and on flea/tick and heartworm preventative. Visit www.ruffloverescue. com/adopt to make this pup a member of your family. n


is about 4 months old and was rescued near an apartment complex by one of our volunteers. She is a lovely, short haired, dark Tortoiseshell with a cream blaze on her nose. Bella loves other kitties but it takes her a minute to warm up to them. She’s very energetic and she loves to play with toys and feathers! Adoption fee is $75 or $125 for two as kittens do much better in pairs. Please email for an adoption application. n


is estimated to have been born in early 2016. Tux is a very laid back, quiet little guy but he has a playful side too. He is just a real sweetheart and he is such a handsome boy! Tux likes playing with his sister Steffanie. He also likes to snuggle and watch TV with you. Tux is an incredibly smart and gentle kitty who needs a loving home. He gets along with small dogs. Adoption fee is $75 for one or $125 for two. Kittens do much better in pairs since they have a playmate to keep them company and to help burn off excess energy. If you would like to adopt, please email for an application. n


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Fiona. Hello, my name is Fiona and I am a female Boxer mix. My estimated date of birth is 12/22/2015. I am fantastically energetic and friendly girl. I LOVE people and other pups. I love playing in water. My adoption fee is $75 for the Home for the Holidays Adoption Special.

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Nancy. Say hello to Nancy, she is as beautiful inside as outside! Nancy is about 10 months old, has been spayed, microchipped and is current on all vaccines and preventative. She is a sweet, goofy, loving and playful pup that gets along with EVERYONE and would make the perfect addition to the right home. Make her your Valentine, she’ll win your heart! Anyone interested in adopting Nancy please visit our website,, to submit an adoption application. n The Fort Rescue

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owner has two toddlers and a newborn and cannot keep her any longer. However, it is important that we find a good home for her. Ophelia is an indoor cat; she enjoys cuddling and sitting in someone’s lap. She has a sweet disposition and enjoys being petted. She has not had a lot of experience with children and is not a highly active cat. She does not usually climb or jump. Ophelia would do best with someone who is looking for an indoor cat who will give her love and affection and spend some quality time with her. She is healthy, up-to-date on shots, and spayed.

I’m a female tuxedo kitten born in the middle of the summer 2016. My foster mom found me living all alone in a vacant lot when I was very young but convinced me that people could be friends. Now I’m a growing girl and spend my time investigating things and playing with my cat toys. I like to get in a lap and take a good nap. Feel free to pay attention to me anytime. I am friendly with strange people and, although I live by myself, I have cat friends in my household that I spend time with. I am FIV/FeLV free and up-to-date on all vaccinations and am ready for a forever home

You can meet and visit with many of our cats at the AARF House (311 Harvey St, Winston Salem) during our adoption fair hours. Go to for information about our adoption fair hours and adoption process. n

Meet and visit with many of our cats at the AARF House (311 Harvey St, Winston Salem) during our adoption fair hours. Visit online at for information about our adoption fair hours and adoption process. n


is a DSH torbie born in April of 2016. She is a petite girl who is very social and sweet. She craves attention and love. She gets along very well with her brother from another mother, Sinbad. Maxine will make a wonderful companion. She has been spayed, is current on vaccinations, and is FIV/FeLV negative. If you’re searching for a cuddler she’s the kitten for you! Meet and visit with many of our cats at the AARF House (311 Harvey St, Winston Salem) during our adoption fair hours. Visit US online at for information about our adoption fair hours and adoption process. n

Finnegan. I am very friendly and playful. I like to play with pet mice and am active. I love to be petted and snuggled. I am good with children, but I can get a little shy sometimes. I can’t wait to meet my forever family! DOB: 6/20/2016. Meet and visit with many of our cats at the AARF House (311 Harvey St, Winston Salem) during our adoption fair hours. Go to for information about our adoption fair hours and adoption process. n


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was abandoned in someone’s yard. This girl is very grateful for a dish of food and a clean, dry bed. Alicia will talk to you and discuss food, recipes and good books. She also sings. Alicia was born in mid-February 2016. Meet and visit with many of our cats at the AARF House (311 Harvey St, Winston Salem) during our adoption fair hours. Visit us online at for information about our adoption fair hours and adoption process. n


is an adult torbie (tortoiseshell/tabby) probably born sometime in 2012. She was rescued with her kittens from a very abusive situation. She’s friendly and affectionate but will not demand much attention!

Meet and visit with many of our cats at the AARF House (311 Harvey St, Winston Salem) during our adoption fair hours. Go to for information about our adoption fair hours and adoption process. n

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Roxy is a female Lab mix about five years old. Roxy was abandoned at a county landfill site. She is a very sweet and smart girl! She is heartworm negative and on monthly prevention, up-to-date on all vaccinations, dewormed and spayed. Spay Stokes She will be microchipped prior to adoption. Roxy loves to go on long walks, and play with her toys. She is house-trained and has great manners! She gets along with other dogs, but cats would need to be tested. We would not recommend her for small children as she is a strong girl when she runs and plays. Please email our rescue if you are interested in adopting Roxy at: n

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Presley may be a hound dog but he’d still love to be a friend of yours! Don’t get all shook up, he will love you tender and be your teddy bear. Don’t be cruel, stop by FCAC and ask for A345160 - you can’t help falling in love. Photo courtesy of Project Pearl and Catch a Spark Photography. n


A second chance is what Gili is looking for, adopted as a puppy then returned as an adult. She’s looking for a family who will give her the time and love she needs. Gili’s a sweetie who would like nothing more than to find herself a Valentine to share some kisses with this year! Ask for A330990 at FCAC for some free cuddles. Photo courtesy of Project Pearl and DesiLu Photography. n



You can keep all your Hallmark channel movies, says Zane, he’d rather be watching ESPN! He’s hoping for his favorite team to be playing in the Superbowl but will be content to curl up on the couch and watch the game with a new friend regardless.

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“He will draw you in with his striking orange eyes but you’ll quickly fall for Benedict’s wonderful personality! He’s looking for a new friend to snuggle with for the rest of winter and into spring. Come by FCAC and see A345244. Photo courtesy of Project Pearl and Catch a Spark Photography. n


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enjoys long walks on the beach and having a picnic on the sand. Just kidding! She actually enjoys long naps and breakfast in bed. She’s looking for a home to call her own and a new friend to love. Ask for A344421 at FCAC. Photo courtesy of Project Pearl and David Reavis Photography. n

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She’s a beautiful Husky/Chow mix who gets along with everyone she meets. Nikita is fully grown at approximately 50 lbs. and is 2 years old. She loves playing with dogs of all sizes and hanging out with people too. Nikita is doing great with house manners. She can’t wait to find a family of her own!


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If every time you sit you want a cat in your lap, Larry is the kitty for you! This 4 year old shorthair mix will hop right up in your lap and settle right down. He is good with other cats and is ready to go home today!

is a 6 month old domestic shorthair mix whose favorite activities include bird-watching and lounging around in a soft bed. This sweet guy would be perfect for a multicat home and is ready to go home to his forever family! To adopt Whiskers, please call Forsyth Humane Society at 336-721-1303 for more information. n

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is an elegant 11 year old Cornish Rex who would love to spend the rest of her days with you. She will require some TLC for her teeth but can return the payment in love and affection! Jill is the perfect addition for a quiet household.

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Call Forsyth Humane Society at 336-721-1303 for information. n

Call Forsyth Humane Society at 336-721-1303 for information. n

would be perfect for a busy household! This 2 year old domestic shorthair mix enjoys curling up in a cat bed and simply watching her surroundings. Our girl Lesley would be perfect for a multicat household.


is a happy 5 year old hound mix who would be great for someone looking to get involved with agility! She would love to run and play in a big backyard but enjoys cuddling with her humans as well. If you are looking for a companion to keep you active, Rose is the perfect addition!

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is looking for his forever family! He is a perky 5 month old Catahoula Leopard dog mix who thoroughly enjoys a good game of tug. He would be the perfect addition for an active family! Call Forsyth Humane Society at 336-721-1303 for more information. n

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Richie is a sweet, handsome Boxer mix who has been searching for his forever home for quite a while now and we cannot understand how he has not been snatched up yet! This energetic guy loves to wrestle and play with other dogs of all sizes, enjoys cuddling on Blue Ridge Boxer Rescue the couch, and going on walks. He would love an active family with a fenced in yard and a playmate to run around with! His foster family says he really is an easy guy, and at only three years old, Richie still has many years of love to give!

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is adorable despite her insulting name. A red brindle, with white toes and tip of the tail, this little girl will steal your heart. She is only a year and a half old, very playful and loving. Her ears are so cute, the way they perk and flop. Because she had two brothers and one sister, she plays well with other Greyhounds. She thinks she would even enjoy a cat for a sibling. Consider her for your forever couch potato buddy.

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Kylie. Just look at the smile on this girl! She may be in the county shelter but she knows that she has a happy life ahead of her as soon as the family we keep telling her about comes for her. Kylie wants your full attention; she will thrive as being the only furry child in the home. Some of her favorite things include basking her belly in the sunshine and riding shotgun on any outings. Kylie is spayed, up-to-date on all vaccines, heartworm negative, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $60 at the Davidson County Animal Shelter. Call 336-357-0805 for more information. n


is one of the sweetest dogs around! She has an awesome personality that you can’t help but fall in love with. She loves to play, go for walks, and snuggle. Lainey would be best as the only pet in the home. Her last family reported that she is already house-trained and plays nicely with children of all ages. Lainey’s adoption fee is $60. She is spayed, up-to-date on all of her vaccinations, heartworm negative, and microchipped. Come out to the Davidson County Animal Shelter to meet her. Call 336-357-0805 for more information. n


is almost 2 years old and now she finds herself looking for a new home after her previous owner left her at the shelter. The shelter environment is very scary for her so she tends to find a hiding place in the cat room. Martini is a friendly girl that enjoys her back scratched and will give head bumps in return. Her adoption fee is $30 and includes her spay, vaccinations, and microchip. She is negative for FELV and FIV and she is waiting to meet you at the Davidson County Animal Shelter. Call 336-357-0805 for more information. n


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is a tough and rugged fella. At least that’s what he wants you to think. He is actually a big sweetheart. Camo has a master’s degree in stealing the covers and since he loves the great outdoors, his favorite TV shows are Finding Bigfoot and River Monsters. He needs a safe, healthy way to get his daily exercise and he would make an excellent hiking partner. Camo’s adoption fee is $60. He is neutered, vaccinated, heartworm negative, and microchipped. You can meet him at the Davidson County Animal Shelter. Call 336-357-0805 for more information. n


doesn’t understand why she is still looking for a home and honestly, neither do we. She gets along well with the other cats in the cat room and is a friendly, happy girl that has only a few demands: keep her food bowl full, offer her a sunny window to perch in, and keep plenty of catnip toys on hand. Cranberry is spayed, vaccinated, FELV/FIV negative and microchipped. Please come by the Davidson County Animal Shelter and see for yourself that Cranberry is the complete package. Her Adoption Fee is only $25. Call 336-357-0805 for more information. n


Star bright... I wish I may, I wish I might... Find a home that loves me right! When her owners decided to move and not take her with them, Starlight found herself as a resident of the shelter. She is used to a quiet home with all the amenities that spoiled cats are accustomed to; not a noisy shelter where she has to share her space with other cats. Starlight is a low-maintenance girl that would fit nicely in a lowenergy home as the only pet. Her adoption fee is $25; she is spayed, up-to-date on all of her vaccinations, negative for FELV and FIV, and microchipped. Please stop by the Davidson County Animal Shelter NC and meet her. Call 336-357-0805 for more information. n

Meet Little Rascal! My foster grandma got me some awesome new sweaters for Christmas so I can stay warm for the winter. How do I look? If you want to adopt me, please apply at I’d love to spend the new year with you in my forever home! You can also call 336-669-5833 for more information! n NC Yorkie Rescue

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with a super handsome face and beautiful long legs? Harley is probably a Treeing Walker Coonhound, about 2 years old, about 50 pounds. He is really gentle and great with other dogs and with cats too. But he is very, very shy with people. If you can spend the time needed to win Harley’s trust, you would have one fantastic dog! Contact Juliet’s House Rescue for more info at n

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All Cats Are STILL $15.00! Includes Spay / Neuter, Current Vaccinations, Microchip & Felv/Fiv Tested.

Meet Nana,

the little old lady of RCAS! Nana came in as a stray in December and instantly won the shelter staff over. This sweet girl is approximately 12 years old and a Shepherd mix with maybe some Chow or Akita. She walks great on a leash and is house-trained as far as we can tell. She loves her blankets and being talked to. You really couldn’t ask for a more low-key companion. Nana is heartworm negative and up-to-date on vaccinations. She will be microchipped upon adoption. Adoption fee is $75. Meet Nana today at the Rockingham County Animal Shelter! n


As you can probably guess Bass loves to go fishing. If he could, he would spend every day out on the lake reeling them in. Bass is a 2 year old laid back, yet playful Bassett Hound/Plott Hound mix with a nice personality. He gets along great with other dogs and would love to go to a home that has another dog.

His adoption fee is $50. He will be neutered and microchipped upon adoption and is up-to-date on vaccinations. Come meet Bass today at the Rockingham County Animal Shelter! n


Lady A

is a petite girl with a big heart. She spends her free time at the shelter making Valentine’s Day crafts for all her friends. She also enjoys baking cookies and watching Hallmark movies. Lady A is a Retriever/ Terrier mix, roughly 1 year old and has been at the shelter since October 25. Her adoption fee is $25 and includes her spay, microchip, and upto-date vaccinations. Meet Lady A today at the Rockingham County Animal Shelter! n

Whiskey Tango is loud; Whiskey Tango is high-energy; Whiskey Tango is basically your typical hound dog. At approximately 2.5 years old, Whiskey Tango is still just a goofy puppy that needs someone to teach him manners .He would do best as a single dog with an owner that would let him get plenty of exercise. He is neutered, heartworm negative, microchipped, fully vaccinated and ready to go home. His adoption fee is $25. Meet Whiskey Tango today at the Rockingham County Animal Shelter! n

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One of the most playful kittens at RCAS happens to be Jace. He’s roughly 10 months old and loves entertaining the other cats with his silly antics. Jace also has an intellectual side. When he’s not being a jokester, he likes to study Greek and Roman mythology and teach it to all the new kittens that come to the shelter.

you to know she would make the purr-fect companion for Valentine’s Day or any other day of the year. This docile 1 year old domestic shorthair loves nothing more than curling up in your lap for a warm cat nap. Her other hobbies include bird watching and reading classic novels.

Jace’s adoption fee is $15 and incudes his neuter, microchip, and vaccinations. He’s ready to go home the day of his adoption. Meet Jace today at the Rockingham County Animal Shelter! n

She is already spayed, microchipped, and ready to go home the day of her adoption. Adoption fee is $15. Meet Sophie today at the Rockingham County Animal Shelter! n


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Holiday & Toast. These two 1 year old dogs came to us from a home where they had lived together since pups. Their mom recently had surgery and could no longer give them the attention they needed. These are two very loving and sweet boys. Holiday sucks his blankie to go to sleep, is great at the dog park, and knows sit, come, no, sit, shake, down. So far he seems to be more at ease with women than men, but he warms up after a bit. Toast loves walks and is also great at the dog park. He knows Doberman Rescue to sit and shake on command and of the Triad especially likes to shake for treats. They can be walked together by one person. They feed off each other and each follows what the other one does. They’re both quite friendly and want to play with other dogs.


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Spitfire was picked up as a stray by Guilford County Animal Control. She is super intelligent, very focused, and a quick learner, but due to the lack of guidance she has had, is a little socially awkward and in need of training. Spitfire is a working line dog and will only be placed with an experienced family. She loves toys and her people, is good with large dogs and older children, but has a very high prey drive so no cats, small dogs, or young children.

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Danikka is the best combination of sweet and calm that makes for the perfect companion. She has a lot of love to give to everyone she meets, and is extremely well-behaved. Danikka came to us as a stray, and her adoption fee is waived due to her heartworm condition. Please keep in mind that this condition is extremely treatable! Danikka is a truly great girl and would love to meet you. Meet Danikka at Burlington Animal Services, 221 Stone Quarry Rd., Haw River or call 336-578-0343 for more information. n


is a real character! This handsome guy is loads of fun and always ready to play. Jingle also loves people and has a very happy, lovable and energetic personality. He gets along with cats and other dogs, and his manners are improving every day. Come fall in love with him today! Meet Jingle at Burlington Animal Services, 221 Stone Quarry Rd., Haw River or call 336-578-0343 for more information. n


is a staff and volunteer favorite! At 7 years old, this sweet guy is the perfect mix of calm and playful. This makes him a great companion for all types of people. While Poncho is heartworm positive, this condition is very treatable and means that he can be adopted for free! Most importantly, while Poncho is full of love to give to his new family, he would likely be happier as an only pet. Meet Poncho at Burlington Animal Services, 221 Stone Quarry Rd., Haw River or call 336-578-0343 for more information. Photo courtesy of Lois Dixon. n


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has a beautiful smile to go along with her beautiful personality. She is 2 years old and is irresistibly sweet. Whether you are looking for a dog to run around outside with you or to lay on the couch with you and watch a movie, Lucie is the dog for you! Help her find her fur-ever home today. Meet Lucie at Burlington Animal Services, 221 Stone Quarry Rd., Haw River or call 336-578-0343 for more information. Photo courtesy of Lois Dixon. n


loves nothing more than cuddling and being inside with his people. This well-mannered boy is 2 years old, playful, enjoys long walks and gets along with most dogs he meets. Ollie has been through a lot in his life and truly deserves a good, loving home. Come see what a great addition to your family Ollie could be today! Meet Ollie at Burlington Animal Services, 221 Stone Quarry Rd., Haw River or call 336-578-0343 for more information. Photo courtesy of Lois Dixon. n


is a beautiful 1 year old domestic short hair. She has a great appreciation of belly rubs and loves people of all ages. Sonnet can’t wait to find a loving family to snuggle with, so come fall in love with her today! Meet Sonnet at Burlington Animal Services, 221 Stone Quarry Rd., Haw River or call 336-578-0343 for more information. n


Care You Can Count On!

Open for the Season! Southwest Park is located at 6309 Southwest Park Drive, Greensboro, NC. (use 3403 Wall Road for GPS purposes). For hours, events and more information about all the facilities, including the dog park, go online and visit: or call: 336-641-2050 for General Information & Marina.

Main Gate is open, visit Guilford County’s Best Kept Secret!

Feral Cat Assistance Program

Mindy. I’m a playful, adventuresome, white and gray short hair gal, about two years old. I’ve always been healthy, so FCAP volunteers decided that my sibling and I were worth socializing for a forever home. Observant and cautious around people new to me, I become trusting over time. I’m spayed, vaccinated, and FeLV/FIV negative.

Adoption fee is $50. Please contact or 336-378-0878. n

6464 Burlington Rd. Whitsett, NC • 336-603-6930

Inline K9 Dog Training Services LLC

Burlington, NC (up to 50 mile radius) Private Lessons-Completely tailored to your needs Group Classes at Pet Supermarket (Burlington) • Professional Dog Trainer With Over 5 Years Experience • Basic Obedience, Socialization

• Loose Leash Walking • Newly Adopted/Rescued Issues, And Much More!

336-261-4966, email: online at:

Call For an Appointment Today! February 2017





Hiya! I’m Jack (ID# 2439) and I am so excited to meet everyone! I am a young Labrador mix with plenty of energy and love to share. I love riding in cars and going on long drives. In fact, in my previous home, my dad and I drove across the United States in his big truck and I was the perfect passenger! I love children and other dogs of all ages and would love to have both in my new home! I get a little anxious when left alone or crated so having companions to keep me company would be fantastic! Are you looking for a sweet boy to travel with by day and snuggle with by night?

(ID# 2481) is incredibly energetic and will greet you at the door with a big hug! He is incredibly loving and doesn’t go to sleep until everyone is home because he wants to protect his loved ones. He is great to go on walks with and is very sociable with other dogs in the neighborhood. He is trained to relieve himself outdoors and doesn’t make a mess indoors. He loves to get back rubs but when you are tired of that, he will just curl up on his blanket and rest until you are ready to play again. Are you the loving forever home for this wonderful young boy?

Call 336-438-2023, visit or send an email to for more information. n

Call 336-438-2023, visit or send an email to for more information. n



(ID#2458) Are you looking for a handsome boy with abounding energy and joy to greet you at the door when you come home from a long, stressful day? If so, look no further! My name is R2, but friends call me Raisin because I’m just so sweet! I am a Boxer/Labrador mix who loves to take long strolls or hike in a beautiful park. I so enjoy the outdoors and could use a little more leash training. I’m eager to learn if you’re eager to teach, especially if treats are involved! I enjoy spending time with my people, lounging on the couch after exercise. I’ll keep myself entertained while you’re out and about. I’m housebroken, upto-date on vaccines and ready to move in with you!

Ciao! My name is Carra (ID# 2430) and my foster family tells me that I am simply bellissima with my soft fur and calico colors. I am a shy girl that may take a bit to adjust to new surroundings but once I do, I love to play with toys and socialize, even with other cats. I also love receiving gentle pets and scratches from a favorite human so, per favore, keep that in mind! I like using my sweet voice to let you know my bowl needs to be filled, especially in the mattina when I’m ready for breakfast and I’m also litter box trained, spayed and up-to-date on vaccines. Si! I’m truly a catch! Carra in Italian means “beloved” and I certainly want to be...beloved by you!

Call 336-438-2023, visit or send an email to for more info. Photo courtesy of Lois Dixon. n

Call 336-438-2023, visit or send an email to for more information. n



(ID# 2484). Are you looking for a dapper gentleman who always looks good in a tux? Well, then, look no further! I’m Tuxie and my name says it all! I’m a cuddly house cat with plenty of love to share, especially while sitting in your lap. I’m a smart cat who feels right at home with other felines and canines, once a slow and proper introduction has been made. I’m handsome and I know it, striking many grand poses for my beloved paparazzi. Are you up to the task of becoming my personal photographer? If so…apply here!

(ID# 2459). Just as Penelope was faithful to Odysseus in the Odyssey, I will be faithful to you! I am Penelope, hear me purrrrr! I love being around my people and will be so happy to see you when you come home from work that I will reward you with purring, hoping to entice you to pet and snuggle me. I definitely will want to be in the same room with you, basking in the warmth of the sun shining through a window or in my cat bed with my favorite mouse toy. I love to be brushed and play with toys on strings! Aren’t I an incredible goddess? Call the HSAC to find out more about me today!

Call 336-438-2023, visit or send an email to for more information. n

Call 336-438-2023, visit or send an email to for more information. n


February 2017


Woof Watchers

Professional Grooming & Self Service Dog Wash!

Marie Ballengee DVM, CCRP, cVMA SERVICES INCLUDE: Acupuncture, Therapy Laser, Underwater Treadmill, Conditioning & Therapeutic Exercise

336-317-3466 •

1145-H St. Marks Church Rd. Burlington, NC

Daycare & Training Facility #1 Doggie In Alamance County!


Animal Communication Improve your relationship with your pet

Reiki for Pets

E nergy healing for your pet

Pet Photography

1145 Saint Marks Church Rd. Burlington, NC 336-538-1294

C  apture your pet’s personality • February 2017


Calendar of Events/February

• Internal Medicine


• Senior Care

All Pets Considered (at APC unless noted) See ad on page 3.


• Dentistry

Check out our list of events on our ad on page 3 or visit AllPetsConsidered for events.

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Quality and Compassionate Care for Pets and Their Families

202 Pisgah Church Rd. Greensboro, NC

• Laser Surgery • Ultrasound • Video Endoscopy



Michael H. Andress, DVM Audrey E. Curran, DVM

• Cardiology

Mon-Fri 7:30-6, Sat 8-12

• Boarding/Grooming

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Animal Adoption & Rescue Foundation (AARF, WS) Adoption Fairs - Saturdays (dogs & cats) from 12-4pm; Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays (cats only) from 12-6pm at 311 Harvey St., Winston-Salem. Also visit us online at

Animal Rescue & Foster Program (ARFP, GSO) Next Step Adoption Center, 711 Milner Dr., Greensboro. Open Saturdays 11am3pm, Sundays 1-4pm, Wednesdays 5-8pm. Call 574-9600 for info or visit us online at Pet Therapy w/ARFP. Take your pet for a visit to meet residents in area facilities. Contact Happy at for details.

Bingo Pet Hospice See ad on page 17. “Know the Signs of Degenerative Myelopathy”, Dr. Janine Oliver, Wed., Feb. 15, 6:30pm at All Pets Considered Community Room, 2614 Battleground Ave, Greensboro.

Burlington Animal Services 221 Stone Quarry Rd, Haw River, NC. Phone: 336-578-0343. Feb. Adoption Special – Need some love? Adopt any cat or dog for only $14, Saturday, Feb. 11 – Saturday, Feb. 18. Includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, heartworm or Felv/FIV testing and 30 days free Trupanion Pet Insurance.

Central Spay, Neuter & Wellness Clinic Low cost, high quality spay/neuter surgeries for domestic & feral cats, & dogs. Clinic located at 2780 W. Mountain St., Kernersville. Open MonThurs, 7:30-5pm, by appt only, except no appt necessary every 2nd & 4th Thursday, closed Fridays. Visit for information.

Feral Cat Assistance Program (FCAP) For info on monthly Spay Day Clinics, call 336-378-0878, Line 1.

Forsyth County Animal Control


Off Leash Reliability

5570 Sturmer Park Cir, Winston-Salem. Phone: 336-703-3647. Saturday, Feb. 4, 3pm - New Volunteer Orientation Sundays, Feb. 5, 12, 19 & 26- 1-4pm - Furever Friends Adoption Fairs Sundays, Feb. 12 & 26 - Hiking Hounds at 1pm Tuesday, Feb. 21, 6pm - New Volunteer Orientation


Obedience Training

Forsyth Humane Society (FHS)


Puppy Training


Free Consultations


Guaranteed Results


Community Focused

Happy, well-behaved dogs should be the rule in every household, not the exception.

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Triad Mobile Pet Grooming

Serving Forsyth, Guilford, Stokes Counties, AND Surrounding Areas!

• Ten years+ experience • Grooming cats & dogs •M  OBILE & private grooming services provided

On-site Adoption Center, 4881 Country Club Rd, Winston-Salem. Hrs: 11:30am-6pm Mondays, Wednesdays-Fridays (closed Tuesdays); 10am-4pm Saturdays & 1-4pm Sundays. Phone: 336-721-1303.

Guilford County Animal Shelter (GCAS) 4525 West Wendover Ave. in Greensboro. Phone: 336-641-3400. Hrs: Sunday 1-5pm/ Monday 12-6/ Tuesdays closed/ Wednesdays 12-6pm/ Thursdays 12-6/ Friday 12-6/ Saturday 12-6. Feb. 4 - Adoption Fair at UNCG - Womens Basketball vs Furman 2:30-6pm

Humane Society of Davidson County (HSDC) The Spay & Neuter Commuter runs every 3rd Wednesday of the month. Low cost spay/neuter provided by board certified veterinarian at Planned Pethood in GSO, by appointment only. Pets are picked up in Davidson County and returned the following day. Visit online at or call 336-237-0131.

Humane Society of the Piedmont Planned Pethood Spay & Neuter Clinic - Offering financial assistance to qualified Guilford County applicants. Located at 4527 West Wendover Ave, Greensboro. Services Mon-Fri by appt only. Call 299-3999 for details.

Juliet’s House Rescue Adoption Fairs (dogs & cats) Saturdays, 1-4pm at Petsmart, Bridford Pkwy. Dog Adoption Fairs every Saturday at Petsmart on Lawndale Ave, Greensboro from 11:30am-1:30pm. Cat Adoption Fairs at Petsmart on Lawndale from 11:30am-4pm on Saturdays and Sundays from 1pm-4pm.

Loving Pet Inn Adoptions

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February 2017

Saturday, Feb. 11, 8am-1pm - Purse & Shoe Sale at Sedgefield Presbyterian Church, 4216 Wayne Rd, Greensboro. Friday Preview Party, Feb. 10, 6-9pm w/ hors d’oeuvres, Sangria, refreshments & shopping, $10/person on Friday only. No entry fee on Saturday. Purses, luggage, shoes for women, men & children. Benefits Animal Rescue & Foster Program and Loving Pet Inn Adoptions.

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Animal Hospital of Walnut Cove Nanhall See ad on page 15. Saturday, Feb. 4 - Puppy Prep Class. Two hour class introducing pups to walk on a lead, no jumping, sit, come. Class includes Grooming Manners teaching the owner how to brush, clean ears, cut nails, brush teeth, $35 fee. Question and answer session - kids can come to this class! Saturday, March 11, 10am-1pm - Pet CPR & First Aid class. Sign up at or call 336-852-9867. Fee is $65, a portion of proceeds go to the SPCA of the Triad.

We treat you and your pets like family!

•Surgical laser •Digital radiography •Cutting edge lab equipment

Pet Life & Loss Support Group of the Piedmont See ads on pages 5 & 9. Join Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice on the first and third Tuesdays of every month (Feb. 7 & 21) at 6:30pm at Family Pet Cremation Center, 1039 E Lindsay St, Greensboro. No cost to attend. Go to: Pet-Life-Loss-Support-Group-of-the-Piedmont or you can call Ron Grillo at 336-686-6806 for more information.

Hrs. - Mon,Thur 7-8, • Tues, Wed, Fri 7-6

Dr. Deborah Cowan 336-591-8250,

Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network (RDF) See ad on page 35. Feb. 19, 1-4pm Adoption Event at All Pets Considered: Come meet your next best friend! We have everything from guinea pigs to turtles, cats, dogs and more animals all looking for their forever home. Mar. 11, 6:30pm - Dogs On The Catwalk at Triad Stage: Our main fundraiser, Dogs On The Catwalk, is a fun way for people to support Red Dog Farm and enjoy a night out. Animals that have been adopted as well as current adoptable animals take the stage in the fashion show. Attendees get a glimpse at who we help and sometimes see a celebrity dog strutting down the Catwalk too. Enjoy beer, wine, delicious food and fabulous Canine Couture! See ad on pg 35 and visit for more details.

Rockingham County Animal Shelter (RCAS) 250 Cherokee Camp Rd in Reidsville. Phone: 336-394-0075. Community Spay/Neuter Clinic-RCAS. Dogs-$75, cats-$65, by appointment only, call for date. Call 336-394-0075 for details.

Ruff Love Rescue (RLR) Saturday, Feb. 11, 11am-2pm, Adoption fair at Petco, 4217 W Wendover Ave, Greensboro. Saturday, Feb. 25, 11am-2pm, Adoption event at Natural Dog, 3708 Lawndale Ave, Greensboro

Moms 4 Paws Licensed, Bonded & Insured


Let it snow!

Dog Walks

Pet Sitting

Dog Training

40-minute dog walks to keep your dogs happy.

Custom plans tailored for your pets & home.

Private & group training, beginner & advanced.

Sheets Pet Clinic Second and fourth Saturdays of every month, 1-4 pm – cat adoption event at 809 Chimney Rock Ct., Greensboro. Meet many cats/kittens in a quiet, relaxed environment. Adopt a Sheets Pet Clinic cat or kitten and receive half-price vaccines and discounted wellness exams for the life of your pet! Details on adoption. On Facebook and Petfinder. Email petadoptions@ for an application. Or find a printable application on our website under the Adoptions tab at

Grooming Salon 708 Muirs Chapel Road Greensboro, NC

SPCA of the Triad Saturdays - Adoption Fairs - 12:30-4:30pm at PetSmart, 2641 Lawndale Dr. Saturdays - Adoption Fairs - 1-4pm at Pet Supermarket, 3316 Battleground Ave, Greensboro. Sundays - Adoption Fairs - 1-4pm at Petco, 4217 W. Wendover Ave, Ste G. Saturday, Feb. 18, 11am-3pm, “Caturday” All Cat Adoption Fair at All Pets Considered, 2614 Battleground Ave, Greensboro Every Monday in Feb., Altar’d State will donate 10% of sales to the SPCA of the Triad as part of their Mission Mondays program. Shop Altar’d State at The Shops at Friendly Center, Greensboro. Friday, Feb. 17– Sunday, Feb. 19, 11am-5pm, Pet Adoption Fairs at PetSmart National Adoption Weekend, 2641 Lawndale Dr, Greensboro. Saturday, March 4 - 6:30-11pm, SPCA Uptown Pawdown at The Elm Street Center Empire Room located at 203 2. Elm St, Greensboro. Live Bluegrass Bands & a Band for Shag Dancing too, Catering by The Painted Plate, Local Breweries & Distilleries, a Silent Auction not to be missed! For all the details and to purchase tickets visit


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Saturday, Feb. 18 - Adoption Fair at All Pets Considered, 2614 Battleground Ave, in Greensboro from 11am-3pm. Saturdays - Adoption Fairs at Petsmart, Lawndale Dr 11am-2pm. Saturday, Feb. 18 - Adoption Fair at All Pets Considered, 2614 Battleground Ave, in Greensboro from 11am-3pm.


“Where your pet is someone special”

Woodland Heights

of Greensboro


• Rental Rates NEVER Increase • Pet Friendly with Pet Park • Large Floorplans

Call to schedule a tour! 201 Sandbar Circle, Greensboro 336-907-3131 February 2017


CAMP BOW WOW A Cool Place to Be a Dog


eet Lucky and Luke Jackson. These two have been frequent campers at Camp Bow Wow® Greensboro for the last five years. Lucky and Luke have sniffed out every corner and played in every yard. They’ve made oodles of friends, both four-legged and two-legged, including every one of the Camp Bow Wow® Team Counselors. If these two dogs could talk, we’re sure they would say, “Yap! This is a cool place to be a dog!” Lucky and Luke, along with their parents, Adriana and Rusty Jackson, are now the proud owners of Camp Bow Wow® Greensboro. It’s a dog’s dream come true! Camp Bow Wow® is a national franchise, but all locations are independently owned and operated. Each location operates under strict guidelines, set after many years of experience from the various locations around the country. Since Camp Bow Wow® Greensboro is locally owned it is able to offer personalized services that small businesses are known to offer. The best of two worlds! On any given day, you will find owners Adriana and Rusty running around making sure that everything is just perfect for you and your Canine Camper.


Camp Bow Wow® will provide regular exercise for your dog, helping him or her maintain a healthy weight. It will help to eliminate your dog’s boredom, separation anxiety or destructive behavior at home. After a long day of play, dogs become calmer and more focused. Your dog will benefit from being around other dogs and people, improving his socialization skills, as well as increasing his quality of life. Best of all, your Canine Camper will love, love, love coming to Camp Bow Wow® Greensboro! And parents love sending their dogs to Camp Bow Wow®. They feel confident knowing their dog is happier, healthier and well-cared for in a safe and secure environment. It is a great option for busy parents who have to leave their dogs alone at home.

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So, what does Camp Bow Wow® have to offer your dog? A safe place where your dog will love to romp and play. Camp Bow Wow® offers Dog Day Care, Dog Boarding and Dog Grooming. There are three large indoor and outdoor play areas monitored by Camp Bow Wow® Counselors and webcams, as well as a comfy lounge for older dogs that like to be lazy and a Tea Cup Room designed exclusively for smaller dogs.

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Quality Furniture at Affordable Prices

Each Graffiti Piece Customized and Unique

Dynasty Furniture Winston-Salem Location 1590 Peters Creek Parkway

Monday-Saturday 10a-8p / Sundays 1p-6p


Dynasty Furniture Outlet Greensboro/High Point Location 1589 Skeet Club Road

Monday-Saturday 10a-6p / Sundays 1p-6p


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Dining, Bookcases, Occasional Tables, Entertainment & more

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proceeds goes to animal rescue

Looking for one-of-a-kind


Collectible glass Unique jewelry Vintage/Retro clothing records & books and so MUCH more!

NC Art & Antiques Mall 1590 Peters Creek Parkway

Monday-Saturday 10a-8p / Sundays 1p-6p 336-721-9904


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February 2017

WANTED: Fur-Ever Homes Shakespeare

Please help Dog Days find loving homes for Shakespeare, Slick and Rocky.

is a 1 year, 9 month old male Retriever/Lab mix. He has had quite a hard start to his life. He was at a local shelter, adopted, and then returned to the shelter, and finally brought to the SPCA of the Triad. He quickly became a favorite of everyone at the shelter. Shakespeare is a very handsome, energetic, and sweet boy, and is familiar with basic commands. Shakespeare loves long walks, and would make a great companion for anyone who loves Slick to go hiking.


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sonality and love packed into his little body. He is a playful, 1 year old Beagle/ English Bulldog mix. He quickly wins over the hearts of everyone he meets. He listens well and promises to bring a smile to your face. He is available for adoption through the SPCA of the Triad.

Rocky is a Boxer mix that is estimated to be

between the ages of 3 or 4. He is very smart and eager to learn; loves to go on walks and is a big sweetheart. Despite living at the SPCA of the Triad and looking for his forever family this guy has such a great attitude and will make someone the perfect sidekick. Shakespeare, Slick and Rocky are being fostered at Dog Days. Spayed/neutered and up-to-date on vaccines, each comes with a 20 day daycare pass to Dog Days. Drop by Dog Days and meet them today.

• Doggie daycare and overnight boarding • Online webcam to watch your dog • Offering in-house training on Wednesday nights • Three separate playrooms based on size of dog - small, medium and large • Full-service grooming

Family Owned & Operated Doggie Daycare, Established in 2005

• Accessories, toys and gifts for dogs

336.272.1620 | 705 Battleground Avenue

• 11,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space Email:

• Safe, clean, stimulating environment . . . always supervised.

First-time visitors receive first day FREE!

Keeping Your Bite Bright!

Family, Laser, & Cosmetic Dentistry

Offering personalized, gentle care for all your dental needs. • Cleanings & general checkups • Cosmetic dentistry - bonding & bleaching • Dental implants • Oral surgery • Crowns, bridges, root canals • Non-surgical periodontics • Nitrous oxide gas • Sealants • Complete, Comprehensive Care Facility

“my people go to Dr. Taylor”

New patient discount with recent pet adoption!

We’d love to welcome you as a new patient!

Philip E. Taylor, DDS, PA office hours: Tuesday—Friday, 8 am-3:30 pm

336.373.9988 • 911 Cherry Street (near Wendover & Church Streets in Greensboro) Dental Insurance Accepted

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