Friday, July 4, 2008
Thursday, July 3, 2008
"Saturday, July 12, 2008
Shubert Alley, West of Broadway, between 44th and 45th Streets, between Broadway and 8th Avenue, Manhattan
BROADWAY BARKS 10! will help some of New York City’s shelter animals find permanent homes by informing New Yorkers about the plight of the thousands of homeless dogs and cats in the metropolitan area. Bernadette Peters and Mary Tyler Moore will host this star-studded dog and cat adopt-a-thon, and a galaxy of Broadway stars will join them onstage to present animals for adoption from New York City animal shelters and adoption agencies. BROADWAY BARKS will also feature an auction of celebrity-autographed memorabilia. Proceeds from the auction and other donations will benefit the attending shelters and organizations. This event is free and open to the public."
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
"You're in your car, heading somewhere or other, a long list of things to accomplish and already running late. Suddenly, you see him—a dog, there, by the side of the road. With a sinking feeling, you realize he's alone. Your car is coming alongside him now. You have only seconds in which to act. But what should you do?
This is a wrenching scenario for all who care about animals. Once you've seen the dog (or cat), it's too late to avert your eyes and drive on, even if you wanted to. After all, what if your own dog or cat were standing there? So, before you pull over, good Samaritan that you are, here are some guidelines for assisting animals safely and effectively."
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
"Actor, veteran stand-up comic and author Richard Belzer adds another leading role to his acting resume. He’s now the “Uncle Sam” of the pet world.
In a new campaign to help shelter animals, “We Want You … To Adopt,” Belzer assumes the compelling glare of the iconic 1916 recruitment poster. In his latest role as the star of a national shelter animal adoption public service announcement launched by North Shore Animal League America, Belzer’s portrayal of the patriotic figure seeks sign-ups to take a shelter animal into their home."
"Dog training, behavior modification and consultations from experienced and dedicated trainers you and your dog deserve!
The Republic of Dog is simply all about DOGS. Our goal is to create responsible DogizensTM, or "Dog Citizens". We train dogs to be outstanding members of their communities as Ambassadors of Canine Behavior.
Our training methods are based on the latest techniques. We use positive rewards (treats/toys), praise and fun to make your training experience as successful as possible!
Thank you for stopping by The Republic of Dog...
-Where Dogs Rule!TM"
Monday, June 30, 2008
I found this worth sharing. I love it.
"Testimonial poem: Take me to the Rescue!
You may not think you know me, but I’m sure you’ve seen my face in back yards, fields & busy streets, you’ll find us any place. I’m what you’d call a rescue dog, who needs a safety haven. I may be thin & sickly, too, but I promise I’m worth saving.
I’m the dog who lives next door, the one you always see outside seeking shelter from the sun, and cool, safe place to hide.
You have seen me on the streets with no place to call home or maybe in an open field, scared & sad, & all alone.
But did you know that there’s a place that was built with me in mind? Where people love & care for me & show me the world is kind.
Where no dogs will go hungry, where peace & love abound Where kind & caring people will always be around.
I may be scared of humans because of what they’ve put me through But my heart is quite forgiving, won’t you please take me with you?
Take me to that rescue place, they’ll help me find a home And they’ll make sure while I’m waiting, I’ll never be alone
I’m small, I’m meek, I’m timid, but I’ll be strong before they’re through For life will begin again for me, if you’ll take me to the Rescue."