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HSYC will be at Summerfest in the Historic Downtown area of York, SC on August 28th, 2010.

Please visit their booth to get information on the New Location for Adopting a Pet & information on the Buy a Brick program!!!!!  Please contact Pam Williams at pcwiliams2@yahoo.com for further information.  

WE HAVE ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO WIN MONEY FOR THE HSYC MOVE EFFORT VIA PEPSI.

HERE'S HOW:

SIMPLY GO TO THE WEBESITE:

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NEXT VOTE FOR SELECT NEAR YOU FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU

SELECT THE $25,000.00 AMOUNT

A RED BOX APPEARS SAYING UPFIT OUR NEW ANIMAL SHELTER IN FT. MILL, SC. WE MOVE OCTOBER 1, 2010

FOR YOUR REFERENCE, HYSC IDEA# IS 101

* NOTE YOU WILL HAVE TO SIGN IN UPON INITIAL VOTE.  THEREAFTER, YOU SHOULD ONLY HAVE TO VOTE. THE NUMBER OF TIMES WE CAN VOTE IN A DAY IS NOTED AS 1 PER DAY PER IP ADDRESS.  BUT IT'S STILL COMMUNICATED THAT WE CAN VOTE UP TO 10 TIMES PER DAY WITH THE STIPULATION THAT IT IS FOR A DIFFERENT IDEA NUMBER.

VOTE DAILY - VOTING DEADLINE IS JULY 31, 2010

If you have any questions on how to vote or donate to HSYC, please contact:

Pam Williams

803-322-5035

humanesocietyofyorkcounty.org

pcwill2@hotmail.com

 

 Read all the GREAT Issues from Beth Crosby at:

 Great & Small Pet Sitting www.greatandsmallpetsitting.com

In each issue, Beth writes about many different topics, where she raises awareness about our PETS.

 

 

DOG FOUND

Beth Crosby
Great & Small Pet Sitting
www.greatandsmallpetsitting.com
803-493-2054
beth@greatandsmallpetsitting.com
BONNIE RAMSDELL <bonniealison@gmail.com>                              Shelly 803-628-8813 Shellymilne@carolina.rr.com

Hi, a small brown jack russell type dog came to our house yesterday and wont leave. he is very very sweet and if you sit on the ground he will lay down in your lap and fall asleep. roger opened the truck door and he hopped right in and was ready to go. roger told him to get out and he did, with his ears low.  (so he's obedient). Nugget and he played in the yard all afternoon so he gets along with other dogs no problem. Chloe the cat was even out and the two sniffed each other and then acted like they both were saying, "hey, nice to meet ya." that is unusual for chloe too. I put up a sign on lake wylie road yesterday, but havent got a call yet. if i dont get a call from his owners, i will have to take him to the humane society as Roger and I know we just cant have any more animals. We have a dog, 3 cats and a hermit crab!  Please please pray that his owners call today and then consider if you could take him into your home. He really is a gem of a dog, i dont just say things like this, he is just so sweet it breaks my heart to think i would have to take him to the humane society.  rded message:

SI850193.jpg SIMBA      SI851382.jpg CANDICE

I call upon your help to save my two kittens. Dina and I knew that since we moved to Santiago, Chile I knew I did not want to abandon them, and plan to wear them. But today after the earthquake is not easy to get to Chile. I get to go to Peru or Argentina, passing airplanes or bus to get to Santiago.
SIMBA is in the 1st picture.  His colors are orange & white.  He is 1 year old.  Sleeps in his Cat bed, loves to explore & his favorite food is Canned Fish.  Candice is the Cat in the 2nd picture.   She is 5 years old, neutered & her favorite food is Canned Fish. 

Please I just want someone who loves cats, beautiful and loving cats.
Kittens are home, have all your documents. Toys, sandboxes, quilt, towel, mattress, and comes with a bag of food and 6 cans of pate that they love.
If you guys are not interested please pass the message to his family and friends. I do not have much time to find them a loving home and care.
Contact Dina Rojas 704-910-6140

 Feeding hungry pets with little effort and less cash
Red Cross First Aid Follow-up
We all know that the economy is suffering. People are giving up animals because they can't afford to feed the family and the pet(s). Both the animal shelter and the Humane Society of York County collect food for hungry pets. The difference is that the animal shelter offers food to people who need help to feed their pets or else have to surrender the animal to the Humane Society, a euthanizing shelter or a rescue. The Humane Society feeds the hungry pets they save from being put down. I have given to both.
Recently, I learned some valuable, valuable information about how to save money on items, such as dog food and cat treats. Coupon Mama (www.couponmama.org) taught a group of us to save coupons, combine sales, store coupons and manufacturer's coupons to get great deals. CVS and Bi-Lo are great stores for getting these deals. Recently, I bought two 1.5 pound bags of Chef Michael's dog food for $1 apiece. Cat treats were cheap. I don't remember exactly how cheap, but maybe $1.50 each. So I save coupons for all brands and watch the sales papers. Maybe I can feed a dog for a few days or provide a kitty snack that buys a little trust for $10. It is so worth the cash, especially when I know the retail cost is twice the amount I spent or more. Sometimes if you buy things at Walgreens or CVS, you get a Extra Care Bucks or Walgreen's Register Rewards to buy other things.
As you can tell, I am excited about the opportunity to help pets and people in need while also buying items I need for myself and my family. I am HAPPY to play host for a Coupon Mama event if you want to learn how to take a couple of hours to get organized and quickly and easily help those in need for little effort and a big reward - perhaps saving a life!
Send me an e-mail or leave a note on my facebook page - Great And Small Pet Sitting - if this is something you would like to attend for only $10. It is generally a two-hour class that passes quickly and leaves you with a handbook, funny stories and memorable examples. We learn better when we have fun, and you will learn from Travise Smith! (Say Tray-vis)
The American Red Cross has been overwhelmed with requests related to Haiti. And with changes in local staffing, the Pet First Aid and CPR classes have been put on a back burner. However, a class will be offered sometime in April or later in the Spring. We are grateful that the American Red Cross offers this course, and eagerly await the next class!  If you would like to get on the waiting list for the next Pet First Aid and CPR class, you can call (803) 329-6575.
Please let me know if you have ideas, comments, or questions!
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Your favorite pet sitter 
Beth Crosby
Great & Small Pet Sitting
803-493-2054
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In this issue:
Diseases shared with humans
Angie's List rating
Pet CPR/First Aid Class
Great and Small Pet Sitting referral special
 
As a professional pet sitter, I attend the annual Pet Sitters International convention. So this past week, I joined industry professionals, pet-care veterans, and a veterinarian to learn new things about animal behavior and marketing, as well as having some important facts jogged loose! You will benefit throughout the year from what I learned!
 
In newsletter #21, I promised information on Celiac Disease, which is an auto-immune disease that causes an intolerance to glutens: Wheat, barley, rye and perhaps oats. Humans with Celiac disease must stay away from these allergens. Sometimes that means the food they give pets must also be gluten-free. Coincidentally, during the convention veterinarian Doug Knueven discussed a few of the human diseases that animals can develop, such as the thyroid disease Cushing's disease, diabetes, dental diseases and cognitive dysfunction. Our pet cats and dogs evolved as carnivores and don't generally get caught stealing corn or wheat from the field. A good pet food will have meat as the first product. Meat meals should be identified by the kind of meat, such as beef meal, chicken meal, etc. The ingredients in food is another long discussion that I'll visit later.
 
But to get back on track, if your pet has itchy patches, allergies, stomach problems, or a myriad of other problems, you might want to research some gluten-free foods. Local stores that carry gluten-free food are Soggy Paws (803-981-9258) and Yuppy Puppy (803-980-7387), both on Celanese Road in Rock Hill. Other stores carry such food, I am sure, but I am familiar with these two.
 
The following article is lengthy, but explains Celiac disease well and discusses the impact on pets, as well.
 
 
Another fantastic resource for dog owners is The Whole Dog Journal. The magazine reviews canned foods in January and dry foods in February.
 
Unfortunately the extent of Celiac disease is not well known, and many people are not familiar with this auto-immune disorder. Take a few moments to  review the article and see if this is something that affects you or your pets!
 
If any my clients are members of Angie's List, would you take a moment to rate Great and Small Pet Sitting?
 
The local American Red Cross is transitioning since Mr. Carter has left, and there still is no one to schedule the Pet CPR/First Aid class. But I call regularly to express interest and get updates.
 
We are running a special for current clients that if you refer a potential client who schedules at least three pet sits, we will give you 10 percent off of your next visit!
 
Please let me know if you have ideas, comments, or questions!
 
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Beth Crosby
Great & Small Pet Sitting
803-493-2054
 

 

Great and Small Pet Sitting: #22 More on food dangers to pets, mobile veterinarian  

 
In this issue:
 
More on pet toxins
Mobile veterinarian
Red Cross First Aid Training
Next issue
Xylitol reprint
 
More readers responded to the newsletter from this past week than any other newsletter. One reader from our area shared the sad news that his pet died from Xylitol poisoning. He wrote, "We did everything we could to save him but it was too late. I hope all your friends will pay close attention to your letter." Another reader reminded me to share the dangers of chocolate, onions and garlic.
 
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or the ASPCA, website is an invaluable resource for animal references, including cats, horses and small animals. I recommend you bookmark www.ASPCA.net and visit often. The article on "People Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pets" is thorough and easy to read. You can access it here: http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/poison-control/people-foods.html.
 
Foods to avoid listed in the article include chocolate, coffee, caffeine, alcohol, avocado, macadamia nuts, grapes and raisins, yeast dough, raw/undercooked meat, eggs, bones; Xylitol; onions; garlic; chives; milk and salt.  If you read pet food and snack labels, you will find garlic and salt in too many of them. The ASPCA article indicates that the garlic should not affect pets, but who wants to take a chance?
 
Mobile veterinarian
If you should need to consult a veterinarian, you might call mobile veterinarian Dr. Nan. I don't know her personally, but she was featured on the front page of Monday's edition of The Herald. You can read about her here: http://www.heraldonline.com/106/story/1909113.html
 
American Red Cross Pet First Aid and CPR Training
Many of you have asked when the next Red Cross training is scheduled. The person who handled that for the Red Cross is no longer there, so the receptionist recommended I call back in a couple of weeks to see who will be responsible for scheduling the training. In the meantime, if you want to express interest in the class, call the Rock Hill office of the American Red Cross at 803-329-6575. Six participants are required to schedule a class. When I learn the time and date, I will announce it in the newsletter. The class in usually from about 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and costs $40. The cost includes first aid manuals for dogs and cats, as well as DVDs for review after the class.
 
Next issue
Many human doctors, much less veterinarians, are aware of Celiac disease or gluten intolerance. However, both humans and pets can be affected by this disease. Humans with Celiac disease might not be able to feed their pets foods with gluten because of their own reaction. We'll discuss this more next week.
 
For those of you who missed the article on Xylitol, I am including it below.
When I heard that the Xylitol in sugarless chewing gum was dangerous to dogs, I had no concern. After all, I don't chew gum. The effects of Xylitol on cats has not been sufficiently studied for us to know of possible dangers.
 
However, when I was walking a dog one day, she began chewing on something. She likes grass and sticks, so I took a look to be sure that's all she had. As I knelt to look, I smelled bubble gum. Hmmm. Doggie likes chewing gum! She found it on the grass beside the road and yum, yum! Chew she did! She's a good girl and dropped it on command. A few days later, she found a blue variety of chewing gum. We have no way of knowing if the already chewed gum has Xylitol in it, of course.
 
If you are someone who walks the dog, drives around with your pet or otherwise takes your pup into public life, brace up. A lot of gum hangs out on the bottom of public tables, chairs, benches and who knows what else. Fifi is sniffing around looking for something interesting, and she might decide she likes chewing gum or any of many other foods and candies that include Xylitol, a sweetener derived from the Birch tree and other natural ingredients. She might find mints in your purse that hangs at her eye level. Xylitol is used in place of sugar and is contained in many sugar-free gums, breath mints, and candies, which are the primary source of Xylitol poisoning for dogs. Even a few baked goods contain Xylitol. foods toxic to dogs.
 
According to www.petmd.com, only small quantities of Xylitol are needed to do serious damage. And Xylitol is found in an increasing number of consumer products such as kids' vitamins, toothpaste, and sugar-free baked goods. The most obvious sign of Xylitol poisoning is seizing because the dog's blood sugar levels plummet. The next phase is often liver toxicity and clotting problems. Because the reaction begins within 30 minutes, Xylitol poisoning often can be fatal.
So be sure to keep your pup far away from human foods or be sure you put foods including Xylitol way out of its reach!
 
For a thorough article including other symptoms and more information written by Janet Tobiassen Crosby, DVM, (no relation!), visit http://vetmedicine.about.com/od/toxicology/qt/xylitol_tox.htm
 
Other Sources:
 
 
Please let me know if you have ideas, comments, or questions!
your favorite pet sitter,  
Beth Crosby
Great & Small Pet Sitting
803-493-2054
 

 

Lost Cat (Athena) – ran out of the house on Friday 1/8/10 am in the Wood Forest Subdivision.  
Please call Robin at 803-448-6620 if you see her.
THANKS!!!!!
Athena is about 6 years old.  She escaped Fri.a.m., Jan 8th. from the Wood Forest subdivision.  She lost her collar that day in the yard.  She is declawed!  She does have a microchip.  Please call Robin @ (803)-448-6620   Thank you!
Beth Crosby
Great & Small Pet Sitting
www.greatandsmallpetsitting.com
803-493-2054
beth@greatandsmallpetsitting.com

 

Female Lab Mix in need of a home

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She is a lab mix (look at the picture!) currently in foster care, but the family just doesn't have the time to spend with her. This is what the foster mom says: I took her in because her owners could no longer keep her.  They were going to take her to the animal shelter and I knew she would possibly be put down there so I brought her home with me. She is healthy and her coat looks like shiny, black patent leatherShe weighs about40 pounds and is about a year old.  She is scheduled to be spayed on 2/1/10 and is current with all her shots and heart worm medicine.  She is very loving and likes to climb into my lap when I'm watching TV.  She is housebroken and stays in her crate during the day while we are at work.  Her crate will come with her.  She is not a barker & only barks when she is trying to get your attention or sees a squirrel or another dog.  She gets along with other dogs (Her previous owners had 3 others, and I have had 2 others while she has been here.) and children but needs some training to keep her from jumping up.  She is inquisitive and can jump a spit-rail fence but has always come right back when we call her.  So she needs a family that will work with her training or who will walk her on a leash when she goes outside.  She has lots of energy and runs and plays with our dog, Annie.  She is a good traveler and rode to Indiana with us for Christmas.  I would love to keep her but our work schedules just aren't fair to her.   Call me at 704-451-1094 or 803-980-0090 or email me.  I live in Rock Hill and would love to find a home for her soon.  Nancy Mathias.

Cupids & Canines at Camp Bow Wow

Date: February 7, 2010
Time of the event(s): Noon to 3pm
Location(s): Camp Bow Wow, 602 Airport Rd, Greenville, SC 29607  Vendor Cost $ : nothing
On Sunday, Feb. 7th from 12 – 3 PM Camp Bow Wow will be hosting a dog adoption event, Cupids and Canines, where people can meet adoptable dogs from a number of local rescue groups.
Vendors, trainers, and veterinarians will also be at the event so there is something for everyone who loves dogs. Perhaps you will find your love match at this event, and provide a forever home for a pet in need or just learn about some of the non-profit groups and decide how you might contribute to the local dog community.                                                             Pet Tender Angels, Foothills Golden Retriever Rescue, and Carolina Basset Hound Rescue will all have dogs at the event. Speak for Animals, a low cost spay/neuter group who makes a huge difference for people and pets in the community will also be on site.
Vendors will provide some great pet related products; Woodruff Rd Animal Hospital Veterinarians and Pawsitive Effects Dog Training will be available to answer questions related to pet health and behavior. 
This event is open to the public.  Come out and enjoy the dogs, free refreshments, goody bags and raffles.
Contact Information: 1) For Carolina Basset Hound Rescue: Bonnie Thorpe /   864.906.0650 / BonnieThorpe@aol.com
2) For Greenville's Camp: BowWow:864.220.1223/http://www.campbowwow.com/us/sc/greenville/EventsLinks/tabid/3192/Default.aspx
   

 

golden lab mix & jack russell Please help find a good home - human passed away

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These pups are in Chattanooga. Their dad died. I realize that this is the fourth e-mail this week on needy pups, but parents keep dying. How sad for the animals?  Any interest in the golden mix?
Beth Crosby
Great & Small Pet Sitting
www.greatandsmallpetsitting.com
803-493-2054
beth@greatandsmallpetsitting.com 
Mike Little passed away 1/2/10.  He had 2 dogs that desperately need good homes.
Max:  2 yr old male lab mix - neutered - very docile  (Max spent his life in the pound until Mike adopted him last summer).  Patty:  2 yr old female wire haired jack russell terrier - spayed - very sweet/loving.  Please pass the word.  Any help would be very appreciated.
 Thank You!
 Anetra Farmer
423-847-3827
423-309-9284 

URGENT!!! NC Purebred Arabian Stallion in North Carolina need a home asap

 Here is the followup information on 'the boys'. Here is the original post from the lady who died and my update. I am including their pedigrees and photos. 
I hope that someone will step up and offer them a forever home. They were loved by this women, both on her farm. So they have had one owner she just didn't outlive them.
She entrusted them to me and I promised her that I would find them good homes. I have vet records, farrier, dentist, feed, papers, and a handler to discuss their disposition and temperament. 
Regards,
Bonita Lukinich
THIS IS URGENT..
There are 2 purebred Arabian stallions whose days are numbered. A woman I know simply cannot pay for their feed and hay anymore and things are looking very dire. Here are her exact words from an earlier email to me:
Bey is by Bey-El-Bay out of Sopheyna. Foaled July 1985. Now 23 years old. Stallion. Perfect manners under saddle - Country English. Hasn't been ridden for years but he is fully trained and has been shown. Won Reserve in the Reg. 12 performance futurity in English pleasure. Should have won but he was beaten by Stan White! He is a little "hotter" than Jose and needs an experienced handler and a firm hand. I think it comes from Bey-El-Bay. Bey is also snow white.
Tiger is by Hi Win Monic out of a *Bask granddaughter named Rushcreek Sybil. Foaled 5-1-88. Now 20 years old. Spoiled rotten, Loves to be petted and craves any kind of attention. Has been trained under saddle for a few months by Nick back in 1991 but never ridden regularly since. My friend Chris used to come down and ride him occasionally but that was in early 1993 -1994. Tiger is also snow white and very tall and narrow - not at all like Mo except he has a pretty head.
As far as I know all three are healthy. They have been vaccinated every spring and get wormed every 2 months +/-. 
UPDATE:
I RESPONDED TO THIS POSTING AND TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT HAVE BEEN PROVIDING FOR THEIR CARE SO THE OWNER COULD KEEP HER BOYS. UNFORTUNATELY SHE HAS PASSED AWAY AND RELATIVES WANT THE BOYS REMOVED. I DO NOT HAVE A FARM OR FACILITIES TO TAKE THE BOYS AT THIS TIME. THEY HAVE REGULAR VET VISITS, FARRIER, DENTIST, SO I COULD MONITOR THEM. A NEIGHBOR IS NOW FEEDING THEM. THE HORSES ARE LOCATED IN NORTH CAROLINA. 
MY CONTACT INFORMATION IS:
BONITA LUKINICH
bonita.lukinich@peoplepc.com
702-283-4608
Tiger 9/23/2009
Tiger 10/05/09
Tigers Pedigree
Bey10/05/09
Bey Pedigree

 

Great and Small Pet Sitting: #21 Beware Xylitol in many products!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010 12:26 AM
From:
 
When I heard that the Xylitol in sugarless chewing gum was dangerous to dogs, I had no concern. After all, I don't chew gum. The effects of Xylitol on cats has not been sufficiently studied for us to know of possible dangers.
 
However, when I was walking a dog one day, she began chewing on something. She likes grass and sticks, so I took a look to be sure that's all she had. As I knelt to look, I smelled bubble gum. Hmmm. Doggie likes chewing gum! She found it on the grass beside the road and yum, yum! Chew she did! She's a good girl and dropped it on command. A few days later, she found a blue variety of chewing gum. We have no way of knowing if the already chewed gum has Xylitol in it, of course.
 
If you are someone who walks the dog, drives around with your pet or otherwise takes your pup into public life, brace up. A lot of gum hangs out on the bottom of public tables, chairs, benches and who knows what else. Fifi is sniffing around looking for something interesting, and she might decide she likes chewing gum or any of many other foods and candies that include Xylitol, a sweetener derived from the Birch tree and other natural ingredients. She might find mints in your purse that hangs at her eye level. Xylitol is used in place of sugar and is contained in many sugar-free gums, breath mints, and candies, which are the primary source of Xylitol poisoning for dogs. Even a few baked goods contain Xylitol. foods toxic to dogs.
 
According to www.petmd.com, only small quantities of Xylitol are needed to do serious damage. And Xylitol is found in an increasing number of consumer products such as kids' vitamins, toothpaste, and sugar-free baked goods. The most obvious sign of Xylitol poisoning is seizing because the dog's blood sugar levels plummet. The next phase is often liver toxicity and clotting problems. Because the reaction begins within 30 minutes, Xylitol poisoning often can be fatal.
So be sure to keep your pup far away from human foods or be sure you put foods including Xylitol way out of its reach!
 
For a thorough article including other symptoms and more information written by Janet Tobiassen Crosby, DVM, (no relation!), visit http://vetmedicine.about.com/od/toxicology/qt/xylitol_tox.htm
 
Other Sources:

 

FEMALE BOXER NEEDS A HOME

Beth Crosby
Great & Small Pet Sitting
www.greatandsmallpetsitting.com
803-493-2054
beth@greatandsmallpetsitting.com    

1.       This female dog showed up at my parent’s house abandoned and hungry last Thursday. On that same day one of their 2 other dogs passed away and this was very hard on them. There one remaining dog does not seem to get along with this abandoned boxer. I am sure that my parent’s would keep her if they didn’t already have a dog. They have never been huge fans of indoor dogs and this boxer appears very much to be an indoor pet. They are letting her stay in the laundry room for now but I have to find her a new home before they take her to animal control.

2.       I would love to take her into my house but I have my hands full right now with 3 year old twin boys.

3.       I am going to say that she isn’t spayed because she was leaking milk on Friday when she arrived and appears to have had a litter of puppies.

4.       We took her to the vet to get scanned for a microchip and they weren’t able to locate one.

5.       AT first she seemed that she might have a medical concern but after a few days of food and water she is perky and playful and running up and down the driveway. She does have a Hot Spot on one leg but my parents had some spray that they are treating it with.  She really doesn’t seem all that old but I wouldn’t really be able to guess.

6.       I would say she is between 40 – 50 lbs and so sweet and lovable.

   

I just can’t imagine that no one is looking for this dog. I have posted about 15 flyers around Stanley (Gaston County) where she was found and have only received one phone call.   Please let me know if you have any other questions. Feel free to pass my information along to anyone who may be interested. I know she will make a great pet. And she is very friendly to kids too.   Tabatha S. Spake Bank of America Legal Dept. Tabatha.Spake@bankofamerica.com 980.386.2410 (Office) 704.602.5724 (Fax)    

 

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