Dogs for adoption – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 15:22:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://peet-corso.cz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Dogs for adoption – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ 32 32 The Baltimore Humane Society has a special dog named “Gunther” https://peet-corso.cz/the-baltimore-humane-society-has-a-special-dog-named-gunther/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 15:22:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/the-baltimore-humane-society-has-a-special-dog-named-gunther/ The Baltimore Humane Society has a special dog named ‘Gunther’ up for adoption Updated: 11:22 a.m. EDT June 21, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript YOU HAVE A PET LOOKING FOR A GOOD HOME AND REACHING US THIS MORNING IS A BALTIMORE HUMANE SOCIETY TAXI GREAT TO SEE YOU AGAIN. I KNOW YOU TOO. THANK YOU […]]]>

The Baltimore Humane Society has a special dog named ‘Gunther’ up for adoption



YOU HAVE A PET LOOKING FOR A GOOD HOME AND REACHING US THIS MORNING IS A BALTIMORE HUMANE SOCIETY TAXI GREAT TO SEE YOU AGAIN. I KNOW YOU TOO. THANK YOU FOR HOSTING ME. TELL US ALL ABOUT GUNTHER. OH MY GOD. OKAY GUNTHER IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE DOGS. THE. HE’S A SIX-YEAR-OLD BEAGLE AND HE HAS SUCH A PEP IN HIS CUP. HE IS YOUR DAILY CUDDLY BUG. I LOVE HER TO DEATH. HE HAS SUCH A BIG BELLY TO RUB AND HE LOVES HER BELLY. I HE LOVES HIS BELLY RUBS AND HE IS GOOFY. IT’S A MALOUD BOY. OH, HE’S AWESOME. HE IS SO CUTE. IS NOT IT ? I KNOW I’M SURPRISED HE’S SO HERE, YOU KNOW HE AND HE KNOWS SOME TRICKS TOO, ESPECIALLY IF THERE’S TREATS INVOLVED, HE MAY NOT ALREADY KNOW. A VIDEOMAN. HOWEVER, HE DOES NOT LOOK LIKE YOUR TYPICAL Beagle. IT LOOKS MIXED WITH SOMETHING. RIGHT. I WANT AS MUCH AS WE KNOW HE’S A BEAGLE, THAT’S WHAT WE KNOW RIGHT? IT’S TOO CUTE AND YOU’RE RIGHT. HE LIKES, OH, HE’S LIKE FALLING ASLEEP IN THIS VIDEO WHILE YOU RUB HIM RIGHT THERE. OH, I TELL YOU. HE HAS A LOT OF LOVE TO GIVE SO WE REALLY HOPE WE FIND SOMEONE YOU KNOW TO ACCEPT ALL OF HIS LOVE WHICH SHOULD NOT BE TOO HARD. DO WE KNOW VERY MUCH ABOUT HIM WHAT HIS STORY IS YOU KNOW WE DON’T KNOW MUCH ABOUT HIS BACKGROUND ALL WE REALLY KNOW IS THAT HE IS SWEET AS ALL COME OUT. HE IS SO HAPPY. THIS IS A HAPPY DOG. DO WE KNOW IF IT IS GOOD WITH CATS, DOGS, CHILDREN? SO YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO TEST IT. WE DON’T KNOW FOR SURE, BUT YOU WE ALWAYS DO DOG TO DOG INTERACTIONS BEFORE WE ADOPT THEM ADOPT OR CHAT CHAT TO DOG. WE REALLY JUST HAVE TO TEST IT BEFORE SAYING WITH CERTAIN. OK, AND HE IS SIX AND LAST WEEK WE ARE TALKING ABOUT ANOTHER DOG NAMED BUBBA AND HE IS STILL AVAILABLE. UNFORTUNATELY WE DON’T WANT IT AVAILABLE ANY MORE. I KNOW UNFORTUNATELY, HE IS STILL AT THE SHELTER. HE IS STILL TRYING VERY HARD TO ACCLIMATE TO SHELTER LIFE. BUT AS I SAID LAST WEEK, HE REALLY JUST HAS A KEPT SHELL. HE JUST NEEDS TO OPEN UP AND SOMEONE NEEDS TO GIVE HIM THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO IT BECAUSE HE IS A DIFFERENT DOG. LET’S REALLY TALK ABOUT SOME WAYS YOU HELP TO REALIZE THIS HAPPENS FOR PEOPLE BECAUSE YOU THERE IS A WAY YOU CAN MEET BUBBA AND GO A LITTLE LIKE IN THE REGION WHERE YOU CAN HAVE TIME TO BOND WITH HIM AND KNOW IT ON THE OUTSIDE. THIS CAGE ENVIRONMENT IS GOOD AND HE IS GREAT WITH OTHER DOGS. THIS IS WHERE YOU REALLY COME OUT OF HIS SHELL. SO IF YOU HAVE ANOTHER DOG THAT HE COULD PLAY WITH THAT WOULD BE PERFECT FOR HIM AND I SAY YOU HE IS SO SOFT WHEN HE OPENS UP AND WILL DO BETTER IN A NURSERY HOME RIGHT NOW THAN NOW REFUGE. SO WE ARE FIRST LOOKING FOR A HOME FOR HIM. OH MAN, THAT WOULD BE AMAZING FOR HIM. IT REALLY, YOU KNOW, THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE WHO ARE SLOW TO WARM UP, SO YOU CAN EXPECT THAT WITH A DOG TOO. YES, A SHELTER ENVIRONMENT CAN REALLY BREAK A DOG. IT’S SAD. IT CAN KILL THEIR MIND AS MUCH AS YOU TRY TO HELP THEM AND FIND THEM OTHER HOMES IF THEY DON’T HAVE A HOME, YOU KNOW, IT BEATS THEM. AND SO IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED IN GUNTHER OR BABA OR ANY OF THE OTHER BIG ANIMALS YOU HAVE THERE? WHAT SHOULD THEY DO? SO DEFINITELY VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT BMOREHUMANE.ORG. OKAY. WE’RE NOT GOING TO GIVE UP BUBBA. WE WILL CONTINUE TO SHOW HIM AS WELL AS POSSIBLE. THANK GOD. YES, IT NEEDS IT. OK, AND GUNTHER NEEDS A GOOD HOME TOO, KIM. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR JOINING US. I REALLY APPRECIATE. SURE. THANKS AGAIN FOR HOSTING US. YOU ARE WELCOME AND IF YOU WANT TO CONTACT THE BALTIMORE IN SOCIETY YOU CAN CALL THEM AT 410-833-8848 OR MENTION ASHLEY

The Baltimore Humane Society has a special dog named ‘Gunther’ up for adoption

It’s time to introduce you to a pet looking for a good home. Joining us is Kim Toxie from the Baltimore Humane Society. She has a special puppy named “Gunther” who is looking for a forever home.

It’s time to introduce you to a pet looking for a good home. Joining us is Kim Toxie from the Baltimore Humane Society. She has a special puppy named “Gunther” who is looking for a forever home.

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Sumter County Animal Shelter encourages cat adoptions https://peet-corso.cz/sumter-county-animal-shelter-encourages-cat-adoptions/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 20:30:44 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/sumter-county-animal-shelter-encourages-cat-adoptions/ June is Adopt-A-Cat month, in part because it marks the peak of “kitten season,” when large litters of kittens are born and often end up in animal shelters. While many kittens at the Sumter County Animal Shelter are not yet adoptable due to their age and need for medical care and services, there are still […]]]>

June is Adopt-A-Cat month, in part because it marks the peak of “kitten season,” when large litters of kittens are born and often end up in animal shelters. While many kittens at the Sumter County Animal Shelter are not yet adoptable due to their age and need for medical care and services, there are still plenty of cats who would love to have this perfect home. Sweet cats such as Tinkerbell, Tumble, Momma and Whiskers are looking for good homes.

Thinking of adopting a cat? Here are some helpful tips.

If you are considering adopting a cat, consider bringing home two. Cats need exercise, mental stimulation and social interaction. Two cats can provide this for each other. In addition, they will provide you with advantages. The purring of cats has been shown to soothe humans as well as themselves. However, if you already have a cat or just want one, adopting a cat is no problem.

Find a cat whose personality matches yours. Just as we each have our own personality, so do cats. In general, cats with long hair and round heads and bodies are easier to live with than skinny cats with narrow heads and short hair, which are generally more active.

Choose a veterinarian in advance and schedule a visit for the first few days after the adoption. You will want to take all medical records provided by Animal Services on your first visit.

Make sure everyone in the house is ready to have a cat before they come home. It is always best to adopt a family pet. When adopting a new cat with existing pets in the home, discuss with your veterinarian or animal services how to do an appropriate introduction.

Budget for the short and long term costs of a cat. Understand that any pet is a liability and there is a cost associated with it. A cat adopted from a shelter is a godsend.

Stock up on supplies before the cat arrives. Be prepared so your new cat can start feeling at home right away. Your cat will need a litter box, kitty litter, food and water bowls, food, scratching posts, safe and stimulating toys, a soft bed, a brush to grooming, a toothbrush and a nail clipper.

Protect your home against cats. A new cat will quickly teach you not to leave anything lying around. The food left on the kitchen counter will be used to teach your new friend to jump on the counters for a possible lunch. Get rid of loose objects your cat might chew on, watch to make sure the cat doesn’t chew on electrical cords, and pick up random items.

Take it easy when introducing your cat to new friends and family. A cat can take several weeks to relax in a new environment. It’s a good idea to keep the new addition isolated in one room (with a litter box, food and water, toys, and the cat carrier left out and open with bedding inside). inside) until the cat is accustomed to the new environment; this is especially important if you have other pets. If you have adopted a kitten, socialization is very important. But, remember – take it easy.

Be sure to include your new pet in your family’s emergency plan. You probably have a plan in place to get your family to safety in the event of an emergency. Adjust this plan to include your pets. Add the phone numbers of your veterinarian and the nearest 24-hour veterinary hospital to your emergency call list.

It’s also best to keep your new cat indoors. New cats are often unfamiliar and uncomfortable in a new home and may wander off. While it’s always best to keep a cat indoors, this is especially true until your family and the cat have bonded, so the cat knows your home is theirs too. Plus, it’s also safer and healthier for your cat to be indoors.

If you are looking to adopt a cat or dog, visit https://www.sumtercountyfl.gov/adopt. If you are interested in adopting a cat or dog, visit https://sumtercountyfl.gov/foster.

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Camden County Animal Shelter at maximum capacity; looking for people to adopt or foster animals https://peet-corso.cz/camden-county-animal-shelter-at-maximum-capacity-looking-for-people-to-adopt-or-foster-animals/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 22:00:03 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/camden-county-animal-shelter-at-maximum-capacity-looking-for-people-to-adopt-or-foster-animals/ June 17, 2022, 9:59 p.m.Updated 1 hour ago By: News 12 Staff Workers at a Camden County animal shelter say the shelter has reached capacity – a problem they haven’t seen in years. And they now hope the community will step up to adopt pets. “Right now we have over 300 cats in the building, […]]]>

Workers at a Camden County animal shelter say the shelter has reached capacity – a problem they haven’t seen in years. And they now hope the community will step up to adopt pets.

“Right now we have over 300 cats in the building, and we also have about 130 dogs,” says Shawna Donahue, rescue programs manager for the Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center in Blackwood.

Donahue says the shelter is in dire need after seeing many owners abandon their pets.

“During COVID we’ve had a lot of families who have come into adoption or foster care because they were home…and not that things are starting to go back to normal, I think everyone is leaving on vacation and back to their lives and they don’t have time for their animals,” says Donahue.

The shelter has no more room for the animals.

“Last night we actually put up pop-up dog cases because we need them,” says Donahue.

To encourage more adoptions, the shelter is reducing adoption fees to $25 for most dogs and cats through Sunday. They are also looking for adoptive parents. They say it’s a simple process to get started.

“You take them, we can provide you with food if you need it – bowls, beds, whatever you need. Basically, you just need to contact us every other day or every week, however long you plan to have them,” says Donahue.

She says people can adopt pets for a weekend, a few months, or anywhere in between.

“If they’re adopted, and that’s great, but if you can only do what you can, it all helps,” Donahue says.

Those who wish to adopt a pet need an ID, a leash and a collar for a dog or a cat carrier for a cat.

The Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center in Blackwood will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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Humane Society Hosts Vendor Fair | New https://peet-corso.cz/humane-society-hosts-vendor-fair-new/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 06:01:11 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/humane-society-hosts-vendor-fair-new/ The Richmond Peddlers Shopping Center has a litany of treasures stored within its walls. On Saturday, various treasures ended up outside the building. The Humane Society Animal League for Life of Madison County brought in more than 10 adoptable dogs and puppies who were looking for new homes. A collaboration with the Peddler’s Mall, the […]]]>

The Richmond Peddlers Shopping Center has a litany of treasures stored within its walls. On Saturday, various treasures ended up outside the building.

The Humane Society Animal League for Life of Madison County brought in more than 10 adoptable dogs and puppies who were looking for new homes. A collaboration with the Peddler’s Mall, the event also featured 35 vendors and five food trucks.

The humanitarian society also sold t-shirts and magnets and collected donations at the event. A bake sale to benefit the animals was held inside the mall, while a group of cheerleaders from Madison Central High School were also on hand to help. According to the organizers, the idea for the fair came from Peddler’s Mall.

“They raise money for us at Peddler’s Mall. They have donation boxes set up at their registers all year round. So they’re already animal supporters. They suggested it to us last fall. We have had our first, it was a fall event and this is our second, so we hope to continue to do so,” explained Evie Seacrest, president of the Humane Society Animal League.

Currently, the Madison County Humane Society has 20 dogs and puppies and approximately 70 cats and kittens in their care. As of Saturday, 12 of these dogs are available for adoption. Anyone who wants to adopt from the human society must first go through an application process. Seacrest said it was important that animals at the shelter be placed in the care of families who can properly care for them.

“Our shelters are packed at the moment. Our shelter is a bit different in that all of our dogs have to go home to foster parents. So if we don’t have foster parents to open their homes, we can’t take a dog. We’re limited to the number of adoptive parents we have,” Seacrest said. “We house cats in our adoption center, but we have a limited number of kennels. Again, we can only accommodate a limited number, so we have to keep them adopted. We don’t have to say more than we say yes (regarding potential adoptions), and it’s really awful that we have to do that.”

The Humane Society has a comprehensive process for treating the animals it takes in. Adoption center director Jessica Adams noted that the process varies depending on the age and needs of the animal in question.

“It usually depends on the age of what we can do. Usually with puppies we do between four and five rounds of Parvo, Bordetella and Rabies dispenser shots. We also spay them or spay and microchip them,” Adams said. “If they are six months old or older, we have to test them with heartworm…Once they have completed all the checks, we put them on Petfinder. In terms of the adoption process, we do an application that takes one for three working days and then we do a house call for all of our dogs.”

There are many running costs to human society when it comes to running its shelter – everything from food, checking, and general supplies. Events like the vendor fair are very helpful. Adams estimated that the shelter spends between $100 and $200 per room for all of its animals. She noted that the price can be significantly higher under certain circumstances.

“If you have something more invasive, we could spend thousands of dollars on a cat and their adoption fee would be $35,” Adams said. “We are 100% volunteers, so it takes a lot of effort. I work full time, Monday to Friday, and then I volunteer full time. So we are all very busy. If you can’t take care of your pets, please don’t go outside or throw them away Contact rescue groups and contact shelters.

As for adoption fees, cats cost between $10 and $50 while dogs cost $150 (although large dog breeds cost $100).

Seacrest said she hopes to promote pet neutering with the vendor show.

“We run a low-cost spaying and neutering clinic on Big Hill Avenue, usually on Mondays. People can call the Humane Society at 859-626-5600 for information about spaying or neutering their pets. “said Seacrest. “We service other counties. So there is a waiting list to be spayed or neutered, but we’ll put you on the list.”

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Meet your new furry friend at the Humane Society of West Michigan adoption event https://peet-corso.cz/meet-your-new-furry-friend-at-the-humane-society-of-west-michigan-adoption-event/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 12:50:16 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/meet-your-new-furry-friend-at-the-humane-society-of-west-michigan-adoption-event/ GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — If life is a little stressful these days, there’s an event happening this weekend you should check out. Snuggle up a pup and treat yourself to something sweet at the Humane Society of West Michigan’s adoption event at Outside Coffee Co. The event takes place Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, […]]]>

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — If life is a little stressful these days, there’s an event happening this weekend you should check out.

Snuggle up a pup and treat yourself to something sweet at the Humane Society of West Michigan’s adoption event at Outside Coffee Co.

The event takes place Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, or until all animals are adopted.

Puppy Wilson joined us on the Morning News to tell us more about the event!

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The Humane Society says her adoption trailer will be next to the coffee truck and filled to the brim with furry friends who are ready to find their forever homes.

While you’re there, you can grab a Community Cup latte.

Outside Coffee Co. offers a limited-edition latte every month called the Community Cup, with 100% of the proceeds going to a local organization!

Their current Community Cup latte is called “Puppy Chow” and 100% of the proceeds from this sweet, caffeinated treat will go directly to the animals at the Humane Society of West Michigan. The drink is only available until the end of the month.

In two weeks, you can help the Humane Society of West Michigan celebrate its 139e Birthday party.

Pet Adoption Tuesday: Meet your new four-legged friend at the Humane Society of West Michigan’s adoption event

The party takes place on June 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and includes activities, games, music, ice cream and cake.

Tickets to the party are just $5 per person, and kids 4 and under get in free.

The Humane Society is asking attendees to consider bringing a birthday gift from its wish list to help celebrate.

You can consult the wishlist and purchase your event tickets online.

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Josef Newgarden shares $1 million IndyCar bonus with Nashville dog adoption charity https://peet-corso.cz/josef-newgarden-shares-1-million-indycar-bonus-with-nashville-dog-adoption-charity/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 22:20:05 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/josef-newgarden-shares-1-million-indycar-bonus-with-nashville-dog-adoption-charity/ NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Josef Newgarden wanted to thank the pet service who helped him adopt his 30-pound pooch, Axel, who is now part of his family. The Team Penske driver repaid the shelter – literally – with his driving performance. Newgarden earned a $1 million bonus on Sunday for his […]]]>

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Josef Newgarden wanted to thank the pet service who helped him adopt his 30-pound pooch, Axel, who is now part of his family.

The Team Penske driver repaid the shelter – literally – with his driving performance.

Newgarden earned a $1 million bonus on Sunday for his victory at Road America, where his third victory of the season completed a trio of victories on the various IndyCar circuits. This means, among other things, that the Nashville chapter of Wags and Walks can build a new dog adoption center.

“They solve all kinds of dogs — all kinds,” Newgarden said. “You should hear some of these heartbreaking stories that these guys go through to find these dogs. We’re very happy to be able to bring money to this group because they’ve done so much for us and for so many people in Nashville.”

Josef Newgarden won the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America.
(AP Photo/Morry Gash)

Newgarden has won at the Oval in Texas and the Long Beach Street Circuit this season, and headed to Road America in search of a road course win that would make him the first IndyCar driver this season to win. on all three circuits.

The reward was a $1 million payout from the PeopleReady Force for Good Challenge, which split the bonus between Team Penske and Newgarden’s chosen charities. The American selected Wags and Walks of Nashville and SeriousFun Children’s Network.

“Having something like this challenge, I think, makes you more competitive,” Newgarden said. “You want to do it for them.”

Officials from both charities took part in Newgarden’s post-race press conference via Zoom to thank the driver.

“We are absolutely thrilled,” said Kathryn Hurley of Wags and Walks. “This will literally impact thousands of dogs here in Nashville and allow us to build an incredible adoption center.”

It was the Challenge’s first year and was won before the IndyCar season was halfway through; Newgarden is the only driver to have multiple wins in eight of 17 races.

Newgarden beat Indianapolis 500 winner Marcus Ericsson of Chip Ganassi Racing by 3.371 seconds after two late restarts, but Ericsson regained the points lead with second place.

This is the seventh time the points lead has changed hands this season.

“I think it’s going to be a tough season, a long season, but we’ve put ourselves in a really good position now for that kind of second half,” Ericsson said. “We just have to keep doing what we’ve been doing.”

Alexander Rossi, the Andretti Autosport driver who started on pole in search of his first victory in three years, finished third and was followed by teammates Romain Grosjean and Colton Herta.

Chevrolet won the race with Newgarden, but Honda took the next four spots. Arrow McLaren SP’s Felix Rosenqvist and Penske’s Scott McLaughlin finished sixth and seventh for Chevy.

Newgarden had a 2.8 second lead over Rossi when Pato O’Ward’s engine failed with six laps to go to set up the first late restart. Then Helio Castroneves sped off for another warning.

INDYCAR DRIVER TAKES STAR FOR A RIDE AND DOESN’T KNOW WHO HE IS

Newgarden took a big leap over Rossi in both late restarts and never looked back.

Rossi had his hands full first with Ericsson and then with his own teammates as his losing streak stretched to 45 runs. His pole position on Saturday was his first in three years.

“It’s always a bit disappointing to start on pole and not be able to convert, but it was generally a good day,” Rossi said. “I think Josef had a bit better pace than us. I think we were the second best car. I got quite aggressive on the restart there to try and do something and just overshot a bit. manage.”

Newgarden won for the second time at Road America, as he also won here in 2018. He was on his way to victory a year ago until his gearbox failed in the closing laps and it gives victory to reigning IndyCar champion Alex Palou.

“I hadn’t thought of (last year),” Newgarden said. “I was just focused on today. The thing I focused on is that we’re in position. You don’t get a lot of chances to be in a position to close. I just wanted to close .”

FIGHT FOR TITLE CONTAINERS

Palou’s chances of defending last year’s win vanished almost immediately due to an early tangle with Ganassi teammate Ericsson. When Ericsson moved inside Palou, the right-rear of the Swede’s car made contact with the left-front of Palou’s, and the Spaniard went off the rails.

“He was trying to win the race on the third lap,” Palou said. “The car broke. That’s it. Game over.”

Ericsson said he did nothing wrong.

“It may have been early in the race, but it’s a track position race,” Ericsson said. “If you have an opportunity, you have to go. There was nothing wrong with that move.”

Will Power, meanwhile, lost the IndyCar points lead due to his own early incident. A poor qualifying effort put Power in 15th at the start and he was rammed from behind by rookie Devlin DeFrancesco just eight laps into the race. Power finished 19th.

SCOTT DIXON SET THIS RECORD AT THE INDY 500

DeFrancesco received a stop-and-go penalty for making avoidable contact. Power fell to second place in the standings, 27 points behind Ericsson.

O’Ward’s engine failure dropped him from third to fourth in the standings; Palou went from fourth to fifth place. Newgarden’s win, meanwhile, moved him from fifth to third.

JIMMIE’S FIRST RIDE

Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson had a frustrating day due to contact with Tatiana Calderon at the back of the field on the first lap. Johnson went off the rails to pull out a full yellow. He finished 24th.

Calderon was on the field with Simona de Silvestro, marking the first time an IndyCar event included two female drivers since de Silvestro and Pippa Mann competed in the 2015 Indianapolis 500.

EXPENDITURE FREQUENCY

Not all Newgarden bonus money goes to charity. He also gets a big payout himself and doesn’t know how he’s going to spend it all.

But he has a good idea of ​​his first purchase.

“Probably a bunch of McDonald’s,” Newgarden said. “Probably over $100 at McDonald’s at least.”

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There is a two-week break in the IndyCar schedule before the July 3 race at Mid-Ohio in Lexington, Ohio. Josef Newgarden won at Mid-Ohio last year.

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Are you looking for a four-legged friend? HSNT Hosts MEGA Adoption Event – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth https://peet-corso.cz/are-you-looking-for-a-four-legged-friend-hsnt-hosts-mega-adoption-event-nbc-5-dallas-fort-worth/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 02:50:33 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/are-you-looking-for-a-four-legged-friend-hsnt-hosts-mega-adoption-event-nbc-5-dallas-fort-worth/ If you’re considering adding a pet to your family, you can help the Humane Society of North Texas free up space in its shelters. HSNT’s 6th Annual MEGA Adoption Event June 11-12 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibit Hall at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth […]]]>

If you’re considering adding a pet to your family, you can help the Humane Society of North Texas free up space in its shelters.

HSNT’s 6th Annual MEGA Adoption Event June 11-12 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibit Hall at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth will feature some of the 1,200 pets needing a home.

“The Humane Society of North Texas is thrilled to host the MEGA adoption event and place hundreds of pets into much needed homes,” said Cassie Davidson of HSNT. “This MEGA Adoption Event couldn’t have come at a better time to free up space in our shelter so we can save even more animals this summer.”

Dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits and even a boa constrictor named Misssssssschevious (get it?) are up for adoption.

The Humane Society of North Texas Hosts MEGA Adoption Event in Fort Worth

Adoption fees for all pets are only $10. All adoptable dogs and cats have been spayed or spayed, microchipped, and given age-appropriate and rabies vaccines. Each adopted dog or cat will receive a free initial vet visit (with a participating local vet).

For anyone wanting to get the first pick, HSNT offers an Early Bird Fast Pass that allows early admission to the first 100 registrants. Each pass allows access to the event one hour before it opens to the public on Saturday and allows each person to adopt a pet. The cost is $50 but does not cover the $10 adoption fee.

You can register for an Early Bird Fast Pass for the HSNT MEGA adoption event and to see the animals available on the Website HSNT.org/MEGA.

Humane Society of North Texas pets available for adoption

MEGA Adoption Event
Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibit Hall at the Will Rogers Memorial Center
Saturday June 11, 10am-6pm
Doors open at 9:00 a.m. for anyone purchasing an Early Bird Fast Pass, allowing for priority adoption (first choice!)
Sunday June 12, 10am-6pm

Benbrook Waggin’ Tails Adoption Center, Keller Regional Adoption Center and Saxe-Forte Cat Adoption Center will be closed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday June 10, 11 and 12, as animals will be moved to the MEGA adoption event. The Hurst Animal Services Center and Kaufman Pet Adoption Center will remain open with adoptable pets during their regular business hours on Saturday, June 11.

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Free Flash Adoption Event This Weekend at Fort Worth Animal Campuses – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth https://peet-corso.cz/free-flash-adoption-event-this-weekend-at-fort-worth-animal-campuses-welcome-to-the-city-of-fort-worth/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 14:40:04 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/free-flash-adoption-event-this-weekend-at-fort-worth-animal-campuses-welcome-to-the-city-of-fort-worth/ Published on June 09, 2022 Fort Worth Animal Care & Control campuses are packed, with each nearing or at full capacity for several months. More and more animals continue to enter the shelter daily. Fort Worth is hosting a flash adoption event to help these amazing pets, all of whom deserve eternal, loving […]]]>

Published on June 09, 2022



Fort Worth Animal Care & Control campuses are packed, with each nearing or at full capacity for several months. More and more animals continue to enter the shelter daily.

Fort Worth is hosting a flash adoption event to help these amazing pets, all of whom deserve eternal, loving homes. If you were looking for a new furry member to join the family, consider adopting a pet. Staff and volunteers are ready to help match families with the perfect companion.

The Flash Adoption Special Event is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday June 11-12at the South Animal Campus, 4900 Martin St., and at the North Animal Campus, 351 Hillshire Drive.

Adoption fees will be waived for all adult dogs over 12 months, and all cats and kittens. All adoptable animals will be neutered, microchipped and up to date on vaccines and preventatives. When adopting, a free bag of pet food and an adoption starter kit will be provided, while supplies last.

View all adoptable pets and start the adoption process online.

Photo: Ghost Pepper (A48838807) is a one-year-old American Greyhound/Blue Heeler mix that loves children of all ages, knows multiple commands, and loves the outdoors. It’s clean, dog-friendly, and available at South Animal Campus.

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Meet Milton, Junebug, Jasper and Maggie, this week’s Pets of the Week in San Gabriel Valley/Whittier – Pasadena Star News https://peet-corso.cz/meet-milton-junebug-jasper-and-maggie-this-weeks-pets-of-the-week-in-san-gabriel-valley-whittier-pasadena-star-news/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 21:39:56 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/meet-milton-junebug-jasper-and-maggie-this-weeks-pets-of-the-week-in-san-gabriel-valley-whittier-pasadena-star-news/ Meet Milton, Junebug, Jasper, and Maggie, this week’s Pets of the Week in the San Gabriel Valley/Whittier. All heart, bobbing tail and wavy butt, Milton, #A466445, is ready for the summer of his dreams. He is available for adoption at Pasadena Humane. (Photo courtesy of Pasadena Humane) Milton, # A466445, will nudge you in the […]]]>

Meet Milton, Junebug, Jasper, and Maggie, this week’s Pets of the Week in the San Gabriel Valley/Whittier.

All heart, bobbing tail and wavy butt, Milton, #A466445, is ready for the summer of his dreams. He is available for adoption at Pasadena Humane. (Photo courtesy of Pasadena Humane)

Milton, # A466445, will nudge you in the hand and in the heart

Eight-year-old Milton loves being petted, so much so that he’ll poke your hand to let you know he’s ready for more attention. Milton, No. A466445, can often be seen waving at people with a wagging tail and wiggling butt. He’s a smart boy who likes to show off his knowledge of sit down, sit down and stay. This affectionate dog better be the only pet in the house so he can get your full attention and snuggle up!

The adoption fee for dogs is $150. All dog adoptions include spaying or neutering, microchipping, and age-appropriate vaccines.

New adopters will receive a free health and wellness exam from VCA Animal Hospitals, as well as a goody bag full of information on how to care for your pet.

View photos of adoptable pets and schedule an adoption appointment on the website. Adoptions are by appointment only and new adoption appointments are available at 10 a.m. on Sundays and Wednesdays. Pets may not be available for adoption and cannot be held for potential adopters by phone or email. pasadenahumane.org

Junebug, # A503313, is 2 years old and super friendly.  This darling is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane.  (Photo courtesy of Pasadena Humane)
Junebug, # A503313, is 2 years old and super friendly. This darling is available for adoption from Pasadena Humane. (Photo courtesy of Pasadena Humane)

Sweet Junebug, # A503313, is ready for summer

Two-year-old Junebug is a super friendly cat who not only loves being petted, but also loves being held. This sweet girl can often be seen “baking cookies” with her paws and purring up a storm. Besides attracting a lot of attention, Junebug loves to eat treats and play with her feather wand.

The adoption fee for cats is $100. All cat adoptions include neutering or neutering, microchipping, and age-appropriate vaccines.

New adopters will receive a free health and wellness exam from VCA Animal Hospitals, as well as a goody bag full of information on how to care for your pet.

View photos of adoptable pets and schedule an adoption appointment on the website. Adoptions are by appointment only and new adoption appointments are available at 10 a.m. on Sundays and Wednesdays. Pets may not be available for adoption and cannot be held for potential adopters by phone or email. pasadenahumane.org

Yes, Jasper and Maggie are real.  Incredibly sweet, this sibling duo is available for adoption from Lifeline for Pets.  (Photo courtesy of Lifeline for Pets)
Yes, Jasper and Maggie are real. Incredibly sweet, this sibling duo is available for adoption from Lifeline for Pets. (Photo courtesy of Lifeline for Pets)

Jasper and Maggie

Adorable siblings Jasper and Maggie are waiting to be rescued. Jasper is an orange male and Maggie an adorable calico. The two are being raised together in a loving foster family, and Lifeline for Pets would like them to be adopted together. They are cuddly, fun, playful, and the youngest prospects on the Lifeline roster.

Jasper likes string toys, while Maggie prefers balls. Both are huge purrs and love having their people around. Apply to adopt them and discover more adorable photos of this duo on the “Very Young” page. For more information, 626-676-9505. Email: info@lifelineforpets.org. lifelineforpets.org

Anissa V. Rivera, Columnist, “Mom’s the Word,” Pasadena Star-News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Whittier Daily News, Azusa Herald, Glendora Press and West Covina Highlander, San Dimas/La Verne Highlander. Southern California News Group, 181 W. Huntington Drive, Suite 209 Monrovia, CA 91016. 626-497-4869.

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Pets and people return to Stratham Hill Park for NHSPCA fundraiser https://peet-corso.cz/pets-and-people-return-to-stratham-hill-park-for-nhspca-fundraiser/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 22:46:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/pets-and-people-return-to-stratham-hill-park-for-nhspca-fundraiser/ Stratham Hill Park was full of pets and their inhabitants for the New Hampshire SPCA Paws Walk. It is one of the organization’s essential fundraisers and brings together local pet owners and New England vendors. The day started with a one kilometer walk and offered an agility lesson and a herding demonstration. Organizers said it […]]]>

Stratham Hill Park was full of pets and their inhabitants for the New Hampshire SPCA Paws Walk. It is one of the organization’s essential fundraisers and brings together local pet owners and New England vendors. The day started with a one kilometer walk and offered an agility lesson and a herding demonstration. Organizers said it felt good to return to the park. It’s so much fun. Even our horses are here today,” said NHSPCA Chief Executive Lisa Dennison. The event was also an opportunity for the Granite Staters to adopt a new friend. Prospective pet owners got to see adoptable dogs up close during the “dogs on the catwalk” portion of the day.

Stratham Hill Park was full of pets and their inhabitants for the New Hampshire SPCA Paws Walk.

It is one of the organization’s essential fundraisers and brings together local pet owners and New England vendors.

The day started with a one kilometer walk and featured an agility lesson and a herding demonstration.

Organizers said it felt good to return to the park.

“We are delighted to be back and reunited with our volunteers, as well as the community and their dogs. It’s so much fun. Even our horses are here today,” said NHSPCA Chief Executive Lisa Dennison.

The event was also an opportunity for Granite Staters to adopt a new friend.

Prospective pet owners got to see adoptable dogs up close during the “dogs on the catwalk” portion of the day.

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