3/30/11 – Guest Dr. W. Jean Dodds – hemopet.org & rabieschallengefund.org

“Dr. W. Jean Dodds started Hemopet’s non-profit animal blood bank and greyhound rescue/adoption program in 1986.  Jean Dodds is also highly respected in the animal health and veterinary diagnostic fields. Today, Hemopet offers the most advanced canine thyroid diagnostic testing in the world.  The quality, patented green technology, service and consultation is used worldwide to benefit dogs with canine thyroid disease.”

From www.rabieschallengefund.org:

The Rabies Challenge Fund Charitable Trust will determine the duration of immunity conveyed by rabies vaccines. The goal is to extend the required interval for rabies boosters to 5 and then to 7 years. This project depends primarily upon grassroots gifts for funding the costs of conducting the requisite vaccine trials. Our contributions to date have come mostly from kennel clubs and private individuals. The Rabies Challenge Fund Charitable Trust is a federally registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization [Fed. EIN # 84-6390682].”

Events – Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound

Conference 2011

It Doesn’t Have to Be a Mountain-Simple Solutions for SD Issues

Saturday, June 18th, 2011

8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

The INN at Gig Harbor

3211 56th Street NW

Gig Harbor, WA

The Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound welcomes you to a day of discussion and sharing of information. The Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound welcomes you to a day of discussion and the sharing of information. The conference will open with a presentation on “Vaccinations, Parasite Control, and Lumps and Bumps” presented by Janie Unbehagen, DVM, Animal Care Clinic, University Place, WA. The afternoon presentation will be “Easy to Fix Behavior Issues and What Problems are Really Red Flags” presented by Wailani Sung, MS, PhD, DVM, All Creatures Behavior Counseling, Kirkland, WA. Lunch will offer you an opportunity for small group discussions on several different issues related to assistance dogs. Tables for vendors, and information related to assistance dogs, will be available throughout the day. We hope you can join us!

For Fun:

This video is GREAT!  Now you can see why Jack Russell Terrier’s are a handful!
http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=P9Fyey4D5hg