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Petpalooza Mar/Apr 13

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Stop by and check out Petpalooza’s Pet-Mobile at Eastview Mall during Lollypop Farm’s Annual Telethon and receive a very special offer on our Pet Savings Coupon Book!

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The Purr-fect Fundraiser! Now available for you. our new OfPetcourse, $avings Coupon Book is the perfect fundraiser for animal rescues, shelters and not-for-profits; but did you know that other organizations such as schools, churches, booster clubs, youth sports teams, school bands, gymnastic and dance studios and more can use this pet-friendly book to raise money—fast! Everyone has friends and family members that are pet owners, or at the very least, pet lovers. Now you can help them save money at the same time you’re raising it, and let’s not forget all of our furry friends—they’ll love it too!

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Pet Friendly Single’s Mixer Enjoy a night out & bring your furry friends along for the fun! When: March 23, Saturday 6-9pm Where: Stars & Stripes Grill @ the Main Street Armory Cost: $20 in Advance, $30 at the Door Ticket includes: Complimentary h’orderves, cash bar, doggie gift bags, door prizes, raffles, doggie concierge, music, ice breakers & more.

A portion of the proceeds to benefit Rescued Treasures Animal Adoption.

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Mar/Apr 2013 Connecting, Informing & Entertaining Pet Lovers Everywhere!

A Purr-Fect Fundraiser ............... 3 Petwoo Single’s Mixer ................. 4 Max’s Memos ................................ 6 Upcoming Events ........................ 13 Making a Difference ................... 14 A Photo Tribute ......................... 16 Training Talk w/ Mark Forrest Patrick .................. 18 Pet Wisdoms with Russ Herman .............................. 19 Bird Banter w/ Paul Lewis ......... 21

Happy Easter! CHECK IT OUT

Spring Basset Blast ..................... 22 Fast & the Furriest ................ 24 Biz Card Marketplace .............. 26

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Ads from the Good Ol’ Days ...... 29

Fast & the Furriest registration... pg. 24

Rochester Pet Directory .......... 30

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Max’s Memos Traded in my leather bound memo pad for some neon sticky notes. Appropriate because Petpalooza has been sticking around too—almost nine years, and guess what? We’re just getting started! Watch for the Pet-Mobile as we canvas pet lovin’ neighborhoods spreading the money saving coupons from our Pet Savings Coupon Books. Go to: to find out why Petpalooza will soon become the #1 source for all your local pet news. It’s sure to be a wild and crazy ride as we take to the streets and bring you the scoops as they happen. So, just hang on tight and have fun.

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C.E.D. (Chief Executive Dog) Maximus aka “Max” Publisher Clyde LeFevre Editor Natalie Porter Graphics and Cover Design Carter Spencer Wright: Dog Bowl Designs Contributing Writers Tara Gamby • Russ Herman • Tom Wood Paul Lewis • Ruth Sturgis • Mark Forrest Patrick Staff Photographer - J.T. Loomis Account Executives Susan Tym • Daniel Marks • Linda Cooper

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Making a Difference By: Laura Seymour, Communications and Social Media Coordinator, Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester


recently had the opportunity to spend my day on a ride-along with Officer Jill Ploof, one of the law enforcement officers at the Humane Society of Greater Rochester. She, along with Officer and law enforcement supervisor Reno DiDomenico, Officer Bob Benedict, and dispatcher Lee Nearpass, make up the law enforcement team at our organization. The department, which is solely funded by private donations and not tax dollars, investigates animal cruelty cases in Monroe, Orleans, Genesee, and Livingston counties. The majority of the complaints the officers respond to involve dogs and cats, but farm animals (especially horses) also make up a large portion. Along with protecting the animals, the officers have arrest powers. “We’re not animal control officers,” says Ploof. “We’re certified state peace officers who work for a private organization. If we see a crime being committed, we have the authority to make an arrest.” Most reports of animal cruelty or neglect come through our Animal Cruelty Hotline at (585) 223-6500, but cases are also referred from municipal and state police agencies as well. Calls are usually answered by dispatcher Lee Nearpass and then assigned to one of the three officers with the goal of responding in person within 24 to 48 hours. Cases are handled by priority, with most extreme or critical ones given precedence. On the day of my ride-along, the majority of calls Officer Ploof responded to were regarding animal neglect. Officer Ploof explained that many situations can be resolved simply through education--explaining what needs to be done for the welfare of the animals to comply with the law and then returning after a period of time to ensure changes have been made. The conditions the officers see most often typically involve animals being outside without proper shelter or animals in poor health. “People will leave their pets outside in 14

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the rain with no shelter,” says Ploof, “or think it’s okay to not feed them for a few days because they ran out of food.” Many of the owners we spoke to that day were not aware of the laws within New York State that protect animals. When informed of the steps they need to take many people clearly are learning something new. Ploof explained, “They’ll say, ‘It didn’t even occur to me.’ Other times, it’s a little more of a struggle.” One of the houses where we stopped was a follow-up to a previous visit she had made regarding the lack of shelter for two dogs that spend the majority of the day outside. On our return trip, we discovered a new doghouse had been provided for them. While it still may seem inhumane to some to keep a pet outside most of the time, an owner is complying with state law if they provide adequate shelter, food, and water. If a situation doesn’t get resolved after multiple visits, then Officer Ploof has the authority to seize the animal from the owner. On the day of the ride-along, Ploof seized a very thin

female pit bull from a location she had visited a number of times because the dog was in the backyard with inadequate shelter. The dog was brought back to Lollypop Farm where she was given a warm place to stay, a veterinary exam, and much-needed food. Throughout the ride-along, Officer Ploof talked about her almost 20 year career in humane law enforcement. I couldn’t help but notice she certainly has the right demeanor for this line of work – authoritative but concerned, and always calm under pressure. We discussed her oddest cases, some scary

close calls, and what keeps her coming back every day. ”In most cases you can tell pet owners do love their animals” says Ploof. “You have to believe in people that they truly want to do the right thing. It is never my intent to take someone’s pet from them, but if it’s the best option for that animal, then action must be taken.” Ploof continued, “The job is hard, with lots of ups and downs, but I try not to focus on the negative. If I’m able to help one animal that day or educate one person on proper pet care, then I consider it to be a success.”

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The many stages of ‘Zeus’ From an eagle eye to sleepy pie All in less than 60 seconds. * Petpalooza honors Joe Bailey, of Rochester, for raising such a sweet, smart & adorable pup.

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Training Talk with

Mark Forrest Patrick


any pet owners are challenged with the decision to have their pet spayed or neutered. While there is currently an over population of family pets, many of our shelters and rescue groups have to refuse the unwanted pets. Due to space limitations in our local shelters and rescue groups the euthanasia is increasingly the only option for unwanted pets. This ONE reason alone is enough for pet owners to have their pets spayed and/or neutered. A spayed and neutered pet will typically live longer and have a healthier life. They will be better behaved and their disposition may be calmer. Do you enjoy socializing your pet with other animals? Many facilities will not allow you to bring your unaltered pet to a day care, dog park or public events. Your pet will be able to visit dog parks and day care facilities for play time. Stray and Ferrell animals often become victims to the local wildlife (coyotes, fox etc.) With the over-population in our local shelters euthanasia is becoming a daily routine and innocent puppies and kittens are not given the opportunity to know love. Love your pet and have them spayed or neutered.

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Pet Wisdom with Russ Herman General Manager

Nutritional Needs for Aging Pups


t’s no surprise that man’s best friends are living to be much older than they did 25 years ago. Improvements in pet nutrition have had a direct impact on the lifespan and quality of all dog breeds. As your four-legged friend ages, her nutritional needs change,

and her diet must be tailored to maintain optimum body weight, and to prevent or minimize the development of chronic disease. Anywhere from 6 – 10 years of age is a good time to start your pup on a senior diet. The larger the breed, the earlier you should start one. These diets, which are available in an array of different brands at Pet$aver, are low in fat, high in fiber, and contain the most digestible proteins. Obesity is one of the biggest health problems facing senior dogs today, and mobility and weight management are important

to leading a healthy life. Monitoring the quantity you are feeding, and adjusting as necessary is also crucial. Feeding more frequent, smaller meals helps to ensure the best digestibility and weight control. Older pups may also need supplements such as glucosamine and chondroitin, which help support joints, or vitamins, antioxidants, and more. Keeping up with dental care and cleaning, regular grooming, and regular visits to the vet are some of the other ways to help make your best friend’s golden years some of the happiest of her life! Editor’s note: This issue’s Pet Wisdom was penned by Rebecca Berent Fien

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BIRD BANTER with Paul Lewis Think Like a Bird Having owned and operated a bird specialty store for the last 24 years I’ve come across a lot of people who’ve had birds when they were younger and just assumed that things haven’t changed as far as diet, caging and behavior goes. So much for the customer always being right, a big part of this job is to educate people on all facets of pet care. Training is an ongoing thing with pets, and one of the most important things I tell people is to “think like a bird”. Put yourself in the birds position, what is your bird thinking, how does it translate what you are doing to how it would affect itself.

Owner, Birds Unlimited Located in Webster, NY

shouldn’t be negative, it should be security. My parents could send me to my room as punishment, all my stuff was there, no punishment at all. What I see almost daily is people allowing birds to mouth them, a gentle nibble that doesn’t hurt. Then when they least expect it the bird bites a bit harder and they now reprimand the bird for essentially doing the same thing they previously allowed. When training I always want the bird to do something that it wants to do, not because we make it. For instance, give it a reason for wanting to step onto a finger. Don’t push into its chest until it gives in and steps up. It’s stepping up because it doesn’t want to fall backwards. Instead try offering a treat by your finger and see if the bird will step onto your finger for it. Here it’s doing so because it wants to get a reward. Behaviors that are rewarded are likely to be repeated.

a cage shouldn’t be negative, it should be security.

One of the most common problems people have is a screaming parrot, “Why does my bird scream?” and they hate it when I tell them they probably taught the bird to scream. They look at me as if I didn’t hear their question correctly. Nearly all screaming issues are caused by the owner rewarding the behavior. It’s natural for these animals to make noise, that’s what they do. Try telling your kids to go outside, have fun but don’t make any noise.

If you can put yourself in your birds position, try to see what it sees, training should make more sense to you and go more smoothly for both you and the bird.

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You’ve hopefully created an environment that is fun and stimulating for your bird, a normal healthy bird will at times be loud. However, if you don’t want the noise you know that the bird will be quiet for food, so a treat is given, or perhaps you let the bird out of the cage to quiet it, or you pick the bird up… these are positive rewards as far as the bird is concerned. What was that bird doing when it got something positive? Keep in mind, any behavior that is rewarded is likely to be repeated. Unfortunately, screaming isn’t the only issue to address. People reward birds for plucking their feathers, throwing their food, jumping off the cage / stand onto the floor, biting… Acting dramatically, a scratch on the head, food rewards, even a look in their direction at the wrong time might be what the bird is looking for and may be perceived as a reward. Think like a bird. Biting is another big problem that many people seem to reward. Don’t return the bird to the cage after a bite, a cage

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Games & Contests Silent auctions & raffles The Slobber Shoppe & other vendors Coronation of The Royal Court Memorial Service Basset Fashion Show Off leash fun for over 300 bassets!

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To Benefit Rochester’s Animals Most in Need Contact: Debra Calandrillo (585) 727-2533, Visit us at: for event details 2013

All race participants must read and sign the following disclaimer. I, the undersigned wish to participate in The Fast & The Furriest 10K Race, 5K Race or Dog Walk on June 8, 2013 in Rochester, NY. By my signature, I hereby state that: I am in good physical condition and am properly trained to complete the race/walk. I agree to abide by the decision of an event official as that decision relates to my ability to safely complete the run/walk. I assume all risks associ ated with running/walking in this event including, but not limited to: injury and/or death as a result of falls, contact with other participants, the effects of the weather, including high heat or humidity, and the conditions of the course, all risks being known and appreciated by me. Having read and understood this waiver and knowing these facts and in consideration of the event organizers having accepted my entry, I and everyone entitled to act on my behalf, know ingly and voluntarily hereby release the Verona Animal Street Society, Rochester Animal Services, the City of Rochester, Yellow Jacket Racing, Fleet Feet Sports, and all other event sponsors from any claims, lawsuits, proceedings or liabilities of any kind arising out of my participation in this event. I also grant the organizers full permission to use any photographs, video tapes, motion pictures or recordings, or any other record of this event for any other purpose.


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Looking for a way to help our furry friends? Join our team of volunteers: · Dog Handling and Dog Care · Cat Handling and Cat Care · Spay/Neuter Clinic support · Customer Service · Special Events & Offsite Adoption Promotions · Shooting Photographs and Video for Website

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I just love looking back at old time ads, don’t you? This one from Ken-L-Ration is from 1953.

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Pet Lover’s Directory

To Get Listed— A Dog’s Dream 3300 Monroe Ave, Rochester, NY 14618 (585) 267-7865 A Teachers Pet Dog Grooming 522 South Ave, Rochester, NY 14620 (585) 546-5870 Al’s Pet Shop 464 W Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY 14615 (585) 865-6040 All4PetsWNY • See ad on pg.6 Animal Hospital of Rochester 1150 University Ave, Rochester, NY 14607 (585) 730-7704 • See ad on pg.4 Bandit’s Bathhouse & Pet Grooming 349 W Commercial St, East Rochester, NY 14445 (585) 383-4510 Birds Unlimited 1421 Empire Blvd, Webster, NY 14580 (585) 288-4457 • See ad on pg. 26 Dogs At Play 75 Howell St, Rochester, NY 14607 (585) 325-3647 Doodie Pack Victor, NY (585) 749-5824 • See ad on pg.26

Invisible Fence 720 Westfall Rd, Rochester, NY 14620 (585) 271-1700 • See ad on pg.2 Lakewind Kennels 2069 Ridgeway Ave, Rochester, NY 14626 (585) 225-3838 Marine Oasis 5340 W Ridge Rd, Spencerport, NY 14559 (585) 352-8718 Mendon Pet Supply 11 Mill Rd, Mendon, NY 14450 (585) 624-7387 Olde Dogge Inn 14472 Ridge Rd, Albion, NY 14411 (585) 589-5004 • See ad on pg.2 Park Ave Pets 993 Monroe Ave, Rochester, NY 14620 (585) 256-0006 • See ad on pg.18 Pet$aver Healthy Pet Superstore 1596 W Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY 14615 (585) 621-0890 • See ad on pg.7

D’tails Pet Grooming 80 E Main St, Webster, NY 14580 (585) 265-2950

Pet$aver Healthy Pet Superstore 2947 Monroe Ave, Rochester, NY 14618 (585) 242-0808 • See ad on pg.7

Humane Society At Lollypop Farm 99 Victor Rd, Fairport, NY 14450 (585) 223-1330 • See ad on back cover

Pet Health Plus 2139 N. Union St., Spencerport, NY 14459 (585) 617-3109 • See ad on pg.27


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* The public listings below are not endorsements from Petpalooza. Always do your research and patronize only reputable pet businesses.

PETCO 2373 W Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY 14626 (585) 227-2180 PETCO 2255 E Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY 14622 (585) 467-0310 PETCO 300 Hylan Dr, Rochester, NY 14623 (585) 273-0150 PETCO 3200 Monroe Ave, Rochester, NY 14618 (585) 385-6850 Pets At Peace 50 Dubelbeiss Ln, Rochester, NY 14622 (585) 544-2041 PetSmart Greece 3042 W Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY 14626 (585) 227-6700 PetSmart Henrietta 790 Jefferson Rd Suite 200, Rochester, NY 14623 (585) 272-8020 PetSmart Victor 421 Commerce Dr, Victor, NY 14564 (585) 924-4100 PetSmart Webster 917 Holt Rd, Webster, NY 14580 (585) 872-0850 Positive K-9 2150 Sherburne Rd, Walworth, NY 14568 (585) 727-3647 • See ad on pg.27 Ranchanna Kennels 139 Rush West Rush Rd, Rush, NY 14543 (585) 533-1530

Reef Shoppe, The 1969 E Ridge Rd, Rochester, NY 14622 (585) 338-7333 • See ad on pg.21 Rescued Treasures Pet Adoptions 3177 Latta Rd, Rochester, NY 14612 (585) 210-2509 Rochester Animal Services 184 Verona Street Rochester, New York 14608 585-428-7274 • See ad on pg.8 Rush Inter Pet, Inc 139 Rush-West Rush Rd, Rush, NY 14543 (585) 533-1685 • See ad on pg.13 Service Master by ASAP 900 Jefferson Rd, 16-2 Rochester, NY 14623 (585) 475-1210 The Dog Wash Do It Youself Bath House for Pets 4612 Lake Rd S, Brockport, NY 14420 (585) 637-7098 Tuxedos K9 Training Camp Rochester, NY 14610 (585) 429-0320 • See ad on pg.28 Uni-Pet Grooming Salon 2149 E Main St, Rochester, NY 14609 (585) 654-9211 • See ad on pg.4 Veterinary Specialists 825 White Spruce Blvd, Rochester, NY 14623 (585) 424-1260 • See ad on pg.27

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