Monday, August 30, 2010

Steps for Pets

Hey guys! The Lowell Humane Society Steps for Pets is coming up fast.  Don't forget to register your furry friend soon to help us raise $$ for pets still looking for their forever home!  While you are there come visit our Best Friends Pet Care booth for a chance to win a Free Pampered Pooch Get Away weekend! Fifi or Fido will enjoy two nights boarding in a spacious2-room suite with an elevated bed and a comfy mattress plus: a walk or playtime each day followed by a "suite" treat or ice cream break with bottled water and a bedtime story or cuddle session each evening. Hope we see everyone there!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Happy Birthday Billy & Eddie!

                                                                                                                                                              This August we celebrated Billy Eddie's birthday in Doggy Day Camp with lots of fun & games! Their friends raced through Tunnels and splashed during Swim Races, made their way through an Agility Obstacle Course, and played Red Light Green Light! Refreshments included a bone shaped doggy cake from the Barkery and Lick a Lots organic peanut butter & banana frozen yogurt treats!
Best Friends Doggy Day Camp offers hours of fun and plenty of activity supervised by certified couselors who love to spend their day entertaining your pet! Sign your pet up for Doggy Day Camp today by calling 978-649-8585. We can't wait to hear from you!

Monday, August 9, 2010

Dry Pet Food Linked To Salmonella

Can your pets food be making your family sick? A recent link between dry pet food and salmonella has been found and was discussed this morning on ABC news. Simply washing our hands after feeding Fifi or Fido can reduce the risk of spreading salmonella from contaminated kibble to our human family.  Go to and read "How Pet Food May Be Making Your Child Sick" to find out more on how you can protect your loved ones. Recently Iams & Eukanuba had a voluntary recall of some of their products as a precautionary measure. No cases of salmonella poisoning have been found. Visit for a full listing of UPC codes on recalled products.