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The holiday season is upon us, and many pet parents plan to include their furry companions in the festivities. As you gear up for the holidays, it is important to try to keep your pet's eating and exercise habits as close to their normal routine as possible. Also, please be sure to steer pets clear of the following unhealthy treats, toxic plants and dangerous decorations.
Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family and holiday feasts—but also a time for possible distress for our animal companions.
Summer is in full effect, and in true California fashion, it sure is a hot one! When the temperatures are on the rise, we like to get creative by giving our foster dogs frozen treats as special snacks.
My name is Cranberry. I am a four-month-old, adorable puppy. This past November, I was rescued along with my mom, four brothers, and four sisters from a shelter in Los Angeles. We moved to a foster home and spent our days sleeping, eating and playing. Fun, huh?! The time came for all of us to meet our new families. My siblings - Wishbone, Acorn, Pecan, Rolls, Stuffing, Yam, Butternut, and Sweet Potato - were all adopted, just in time for Thanksgiving. Even though there were families interested in taking me home, I wasn't ready for adoption because I wasn't feeling well. You see, I wasn't growing as fast as my brothers and sisters, and I was a lot slower than I should be. Being a puppy is a lot of work - but, I was way more tired than normal.
Fozzie Bear, formerly known as Hodor has an amazing life. His story is a wonderful reminder that not every great adopter fits into a perfect mold, and as rescuers, we need to keep an open mind to different lifestyles and living situations. Nik was definitely not a typical adopter. For work he travels the country consulting for organic farmers, spending a lot of time in his vehicle.

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