More room to roam in Memorial!
Dog day at the park returns April 11. Bring your pooch for the parade, contests and the big game against the Phillies!
Gone to the Dogs…And the Cat Too!
2421 San Felipe, Houston, TX 77019
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Monday, December 28th – Thursday, December 30th
*We will close at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday and will reopen for business Tuesday, January 5, 2010!
By Tracey and Michelle Galle, owners of For The Love Of Pets petsitting service. It’s 9:00 a.m. and time for our morning dog walk. This walk has become quite the entertaining daily ritual around our house. The dogs have just finished eating and they are already buzzing with anticipation. So we ask, “Who wants to […]
Urban Tails will be celebrating Easter this year with a special Easter Egg Hunt for doggies attending daycare on April 8th!
In response to the alarming number of unlicensed and unregulated large-scale commercial dog breeding facilities operating in Texas, State Rep. Senfronia Thompson (D-Houston) has introduced House Bill 3180 which will require these operations, commonly known as puppy mills, to meet minimum standards of care and housing for their animals.
The Canine Health Institute, located at 3800 Southwest Freeway, Suite 136, (77027), will celebrate their Grand Opening on Tuesday, March 31, 2009. Beginning at 5:30 PM until 8:00 PM the event will benefit Citizens for Animal Protection’s Shelter and Pet Adoption Center.
Erica and Cindi Rose won the raise part of The Great Raise Houston TV show, which aired in a two part, four hour series on KHOU CH 11. The show was created by Uchenna and Joyce Agu, the Houston couple who took home the $1 million prize on the 7th season of the CBS reality hit, The Amazing Race. The teams raised money for The Food Bank and Casa de Esperanza, by biking, kayaking, running, roping cattle, sky-diving, etc. through clues and competitions around Houston.
Recently the Montgomery County Animal Shelter on SH 242 at the north end of The Woodlands began a major upgrade and expansion of its facility. Included in this project is a revamping of the shelter’s Low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic.
Local non-profit, The Woodlands Dog Park Club, a long time supporter of the shelter’s no-kill initiatives, held a fundraiser to raise money to assist with improvements at the clinic. Hometown Hounds & Cool Cats offered the public a chance to have their pets’ likeness painted on a large dog park mural in the clinic’s new lobby. Nationally renowned, New Orleans artist, Jim Tweedy, painted the animals’ likenesses and noted Conroe artist, Joe Kolb, painted the backdrop.