Raxl and Jack's official entries in Sherbourne Animal Hospital's annual Halloween Costume Contest, 2020!
I'm an albino sun-kissed corn snake and I'm available for you to adopt me today! I require a minimum of a 40 gallon enclosure to live in. $250 for me and a full adoption kit, or if you have a setup already, my adoption fee is only $85.
Good with Adults, Hypoallergenic, Apartment OK, Prefers warm climate, Needs special care, Timid, Even-tempered, Not good with small dogs
Visit Little RES Q to learn more about Sundae and how to adopt
Hello, my name is Ozzy. I have been told that I am just about the sweetest boy ever (or so my foster mom tells me everyday). I was born October 18, 2019 in a noisy, dirty Auto Body shop. When I was around 10 months old, I was rescued by Annex Cat Rescue and given a chance to become a happy indoor kitty.
The first week in my foster home, I was very scared, but I never took it out on anyone, I just kept to myself. Today, I am an outgoing, happy boy who loves to investigate every area of my foster home.
I have the most beautiful fur and don't shed hardly at all and if you look closely you will see I have a teeny, tiny little beard. I love to play with feather wand toys, but I don't like to be picked up.
I love other cats, especially my foster roommate, Charlotte, who is also available for adoption. We are best friends and are great support for each other as we are both a little shy and unsure of new people. What a great birthday gift it would be if Charlotte and I were to be adopted together.
My name is Charlotte aka Charlie Girl. I started my life outside in a colony with my 8 siblings and was definitely one of the most scared and nervous of the bunch. I did not want to be touched and occasionally swatted at my foster mom when she tried to pet me.
After a lot of work, patience and kindness, I've learned that being petted and brushed is awesome!!! I am even learning to love face scratches.I do not like to be picked up at all, but I am hoping that one day I will love cuddles. I have also been told that I am quite gorgeous and have a beautiful coat. I do like to scratch furniture sometimes so a good scratch post and cat tree would be a necessity.
Over the past few months, I have flourished thanks to my buddy Ozzy, who I must be adopted with. We love to play together, chase feather toys and give head butts. I love being around other friendly cats, especially Ozzy.
To learn more about Charlotte and Ozzy and how to adopt, please leave your number and the best time to reach you at 416-410-3835 or at email@example.com
I'm a 2 year old male leatherback bearded dragon with metabolic bone disease. I don't walk that well but I'm very loving and will do great with a nice patient family. I require a minimum of a 40 gallon enclosure to live in. $250 with a full setup or if you have an enclosure already, my adoption fee is only $50.
Charity#81720 8812 RR0001
Visit Little RES Q to learn more about Frank and how to adopt!
I'm an 18 year old crested gecko and I'm available for you to adopt me today! I come with my complete 12 x 12 x 18 inch Exo Terra setup for $100. Will you take me home?
Good with Kids, Good with Adults, Hypoallergenic, Apartment OK, Prefers warm climate, Needs special care, Independent, Even-tempered
Visit Little RES Q to learn more about Barkley and how to adopt!
In today's interview, Stacey Balster and I diver deeper into Essential Oils, specifically as they can help our fur babies!
Check it out:
As a Gold Wellness Advocate with dōTERRA Essential Oils, Stacey’s love of oils started almost 20 years ago and was the foundation of her family's healthy living and becoming as Non-Toxic as possible. With a background in nursing and massage therapy, she has a great understanding of both the traditional and the alternative world of health and wellness. Her mission is to educate others on healthier living options and encourage empowerment in their own lives.
Read on for more info from Stacey and dōTERRA!
Ever wonder if pets and essential oils can safely "mix," so to speak? In my latest interview for Kuri K9 Massage's blog and YouTube Channel, I ask experts Stacey Fields Balster (dōTERRA) and Heather Lacey (Lazy Cat Oils).
First, meet Heather Lacey from Lazy Cat Oils, who will take us through the basics of Essential Oils:
Working with therapies that complement traditional healing methods, I help you release stress, relieve pain, and promote the body's natural healing abilities so you can live a fulfilling life. I offer treatments in Reiki, Reflexology, and Aromatherapy and complement my treatments with a line of natural, handmade body care products.
There is lots of information on the site so feel free to explore and if you have any questions,
just send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join me on October 15th for my intereview with Stacey Balster, where we dive deeper into Essential Oils for Pets!
Regan is a certified Canine Massage Therapist (CCMT), has certification in First Aid and CPR for Pets, and some beginner training in Herbal Remedies and Aromatherapy for personal use.