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Sent April 11th 2014

WAGS NEWS Our event is this sunday !!!!!!!!!!!  These weeks just fly by so fast, we hope you and your furbabies are enjoying the nice weather, it is such a nice change.   This sunday our event is at Horsham Vet and is from 1:00 - 4:00  Fosters need to bring their cages with them or plan on holding your dog the whole event. Volunteers and fosters must sign in when they arrive.  Volunteers have to sign in so we know who is at the event. Foster please sign in even if you are not going to stay,...

WAGS NEWS

Sent March 21st 2014

WAGS NEWS Our adoption event is Sunday March 23, at Horsham Vet Hospital from 1:00 - 4:00 WE NEED FOSTERS!!!!!!!! It is never ending, we have sssoooo many dogs waiting to come in to rescue, many more we have to turn down because we don't have the foster homes to put these beautiful dogs and puppies to go into. We have lots of dogs and puppies that need foster coming this weekend. We are still running our heartworm fundraising, we have 24 dogs in need of heartworm treatment.  While it costs less to treat them...

WAGS NEWS

Sent March 8th 2014

WAGS NEWS Our event is SUNDAY!!!!!!! and here is our timeline 9:30  meet at the shed 10:00 Time to set up 11:00 Walk, water and feed the dogs  12:00 Evaulate surrenders, get medicals set up, and prep for event 11:00 approved adopters arrive 2:00-5:00 our event takes place where our beautiful dogs will get wonderful homes  5:00-7:00 clean up and take everything back to the shed. please email info@wagsrescue.com to let them know what time you are coming  Fran ...

WAGS NEWS

Sent March 6th 2014

WAGS NEWS Wags Rescue is trying to raise funds for our dogs that have Heart Worm.  We currently have 24 dogs waiting for heart worm treatment, for each dog it costs us 700.00 so to treat all of our dogs it is going to cost us 16,800  , that is alot of money.  We are a dedicated group of volunteers trying to reach our goal, wracking our brains on ways to come up with the funds.  Heartworms are treatable but the longer it goes untreated the more damage it can do to the dogs heart.  We have set ...

WAGS NEWS

Sent February 21st 2014

WAGS NEWS Below is the plan for our event Sunday.  We will be at Horsham Vet from 1:00-4:00 Plan for Sunday 2/23: 7:00-9:00 Walk, feed and get the dogs ready 9:00-9:30 go to shed  10:00-11:30 set up 12:00-12:30 fosters arrive (bring your crates!) 1:00-4:00 event  4:00-6:00 clean up and return to shed  Did you see the article that was done about us, that was sparked following the Safe return of one of our lost, newly adopted dogs. http://www.theintell.com/news/communities/willow-grove/wags...

WAGS NEWS

Sent February 13th 2014

WAGS NEWS Saturday Wags will be hosing a table at Citizens for a No Kill Philadelphia's Soulmate Skate down at Penns Landing! We will be setting up there at 10-10:30ish and the event runs until four. We have two dogs coming but we are allowed up to five friendly dogs. We will be outside so bundle up! We are in need of a few volunteers to help with set up, dogs, flyers and applications! Please contact me at 2157798026 Jeannie Our next event is this Sunday, Feb 16 from 2:00 to 5:00.  This month we are focusing on...

LOST DOG

Sent February 10th 2014

LOST DOG This dog bolted Friday evening, 2/7/2014. I spoke with the foster mother Saturday around 11:30 AM, confirmed she had notified Wags of the situation, and checked this page. With nothing on it at that time, I started to make posts. While this dog came with the name Tramp, the foster mother had been calling him Critter so this image with that name is accurate too. RUBY the Lost Greyhound volunteers made an effective-format flyer that I have shared late Sunday night and the phone number on that flyer is is for t...

WAGS NEWS

Sent February 5th 2014

WAGS NEWS _Dog & cats are both affected by heartworm disease_ The mosquito is the only known vector for transmitting heartworm.  The average lifespan of heart worms in untreated pets is 5-7 years in dogs and 2-3 years in cats.  Virtually 100% of dogs exposed to infective heartworm larvae become infected; in cats, this number drops to 61% to 90%.  Microfilariae are found in the blood of 80%-90% of dogs, while only 20% of cats have these in their blood.  Heartworm infection in cats exists e...

WAGS NEWS

Sent February 5th 2014

WAGS NEWS _Dog & cats are both affected by heartworm disease_ The mosquito is the only known vector for transmitting heartworm.  The average lifespan of heart worms in untreated pets is 5-7 years in dogs and 2-3 years in cats.  Virtually 100% of dogs exposed to infective heartworm larvae become infected; in cats, this number drops to 61% to 90%.  Microfilariae are found in the blood of 80%-90% of dogs, while only 20% of cats have these in their blood.  Heartworm infection in cats exists e...

WAGS NEWS

Sent January 30th 2014

WAGS NEWS Our event is early this week, on Sunday Feb 2 from 11:0 - 2:00 at Horsham Vet .  Set up is at 9:30 and cleanup is 2:00-4:00, please email Volunteers@wagsrescue.com to let us know when you can help!  Also, parking is available next door to the vet,do not park on the grass. We are very fortunate to be able to use Horsham Vet for our events but when people park on the grass area it tears up their grass.  There is parking on the lots on either side of Horsham Vet that can be used.  We ask th...

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