Remembering a loved one...

At one time or another, we have all experienced the grief of losing a loved one, whether human or fur-baby. We often are at a loss and desire a way to do something to honor their memory. Flowers are nice, but they only last a few days. A plant or tree is nice as well, but are you sure the recipient wants the responsibility of its care? Next time you find yourself in this situation, consider making a tax-deductible donation to "Pet Love, Inc." in memory of your loved one and know that your support allows us to continue sharing our pets love with others in need.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Bark-In-The-Park 2011

This past Saturday (9/17) was the Bark-in-the-Park event at Seneca Park. We had a booth at the event to raise money and awareness of our services.

Emma & Willy

Olivia, Emma & Willy

Thanks for your donations!

Pet Love members: foreground/Susan & Nevada Bell, background/ Mindy Mae & Donna, and Kristin

Susan & Nevada

Donna & Mindy

Olivia was blowing bubbles...

She didn't quite understand what all the fuss was about...

and then it popped!

Monday, September 19, 2011

Bark in the Park event raffle winners

Congratulations to the winners of our raffles....

The $50 gift card to Pet Smart was won by Michele Thomas

The gift bag full of dog goodies was won by Debbie Goldstein

and the 50/50 (split-the-pot) raffle was won by Monica Turner. Monica generously donated her winnings back to Pet Love!

Thanks to everyone that stopped by our booth this past Saturday.
We will also be having a booth at the upcoming Million-Mutt-March, Sunday, October 16th at Cherokee Park. Stop by and see us if you're in the area and don't forget to buy your raffle ticket(s)!!

Howl at the Moon!

We took Phoebe, our therapy-pet-in-training pup, out to the Howl at the Moon hike at Jefferson Memorial Forest this past Friday and had a blast! If you ever get the chance to go, we highly recommend it!!

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Future member: Phoebe

Meet future Pet Love member, Phoebe.

Phoebe, like her "sister" Olivia, is a Great Dane. She too is deaf and is blind in her left eye.

Phoebe was rescued from the Kentucky Humane Society when she was approx. 9 months old.

She started training to become a therapy pet right away. She is a very affectionate pup that loves to cuddle up to anyone that will take the time to pet her. Once she is old enough and settled enough (still got a lot of puppiness to outgrow before she's ready), she will make a wonderful therapy pet.

Sitting pretty with her siblings, Eliott and Olivia.

More Pet Love Members...

This is Pet Love's president, Emma, and her therapy-kitty: Blitz

This is the newest member of Emma's family: Kaylee.

Kaylee will soon be joining us on therapy visits, she just has to pass her evaluation first.

And the family portrait: Blitz, Willy & Kaylee