Craft, eat, and learn with Fresh City Life My Branch this weekend!
Eggs--they're not just for breakfast anymore! Monica Kadillak will teach you all kinds of things you can do with The Incredible Egg at the Smiley Branch on Saturday, May 18 at 2 p.m. Recipes & samples included!
It's every pet owner's worst nightmare - your dog is injured or in need of medical care and you can't afford the necessary vet bills. Fortunately, PetAid Animal Hospital (formerly Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital) is here to provide comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care for pets of the economically disadvantaged and has been doing so since 1990.
The animal hospital is just one of the services offered by its umbrella organization, PetAid Colorado, which collaborates with veterinarians and community partners (like the Animal Assistance Foundation) to prevent animal suffering and relinquishment through a unique array of programs, including PetAid Care Grants, PetAid Disaster Services, and
Have you ever asked yourself what it means when your dog's tail is wagging? Have you been itching to do a craft or see a movie? We have three great programs coming up this weekend that can help you solve these quandaries.
First up, on Saturday, June 23 at 11 a.m. we will have a representative from the Dumb Friends League at the Schlessman Family Branch Library teaching about animals' body postures and vocalizations and the messages behind them. Get ready to learn more about your pet!
Lulu always gets what she wants. If she doesn't, she throws a fit, screeching until the light bulbs burst, and then her parents give in. So what happens when she decides that she wants a brontosaurus for her birthday? Not only are they extinct, but they might not make very...
In addition to polychromatic leaves and bundling up in my favorite sweaters, my most cherished thing about Autumn is how snuggly my cats get. The library has an abundance of books on how to give your furry friends all the best.
Whether it is a behavioral issue or making sure your pet is healthy, these are all books I have found to be helpful and worth reading or have recommended to others successfully.
Pets can be more than furry friends who have an enormous impact on the lives of their owners. Memoirs written from the cat's point of view or centered around a feline personality provide a unique perspective to our lives and relationships.
Denver is fortunate enough to have multiple organizations devoted to helping cats and kittens find a better life with caring human companions. The Cat Care Society is a cage-free shelter who also operates a thrift store called Cajun's Closet. The Animal Rescue and Adoption Society is another no-kill, cat dedicated, non-profit shelter operating here in Denver.
Well, a New York Times health blog, talks about how your pets keep you healthy. But, you don't have to wait for Pet Wellness Month (October) to repay the favor! We have books on taking care of your pets--now!
There are also free and low cost pet care options, including spay and neuter clinics.
This month, the Meow Mobile will sterilize your cat for free if you visit them Tuesday-Saturday through Sept 30th. Their trailer will be set up in the Avanza Supermarket parking lot at 1320 S. Federal. Bring your cat in at 7:30 a.m.. and pick him or her up at 2 p.m. This is not only free, but you'll also receive a $20 gift card to use at Avanza Supermarket.
Yes, lots of kids have dogs, cats, birds, guinea pigs, and fish. But what would it be like to have a truly unique pet? One that swings, is wild and woolly, or walks tall? This lift the flap book will delight all animal lovers, and kids can try to figure...
Fly Guy is a fly who lives with his human friend, Buzz. Buzz and Fly Guy are playing hide and seek when Fly Guy gets picked up by the garbage man! Buzz follows the garbage truck to the dump, but then must figure out which of the many flies at...
Constance is sure that her mean parents do not want her and her huge cat Tiny to be happy. Her parents, teachers, and principal plot together to send Constance away to a boarding school for bad kids. Her parents say it is for her own good, but Constance knows better....