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Learning the local language during your international assignment may take time but always pays off in the end. Romanian, the official language in Romania, is a Romance language, which belongs to the family of Latin languages. You will find a lot of words and grammar similar to Italian, French, Portuguese and Spanish. This makes it easier to learn for people with previous romance-language experience. Nouns in Romanian are characterized by gender (feminine, masculine, and neuter), and declined by number and case. The Romanian language is a phonetic one which makes it easier for foreigners to learn it quickly. Be a part of our Bucharest expat community on facebook: *******www.facebook****/bucharest.expat.guide If you are an expatriate, you will definitely enjoy our city guide videos *******www.expateye**** Move One is dedicated to providing seamless services for all aspects of international relocation. We offer door to door moving, fine art shipping, pet transportation and personalized relocation assistance (including but not limited to home search, school search, settling-in and immigration services) To learn about our services, visit our website: *******www.moveoneinc**** For interesting news from the industry, visit our blog: *******www.moveoneinc****/blog/
9 Jun 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Shining World Compassion Award: International Fund for Animal Welfare’s Noble Canine Rescue. Episode: 1731, Air Date: 11 June 2011. Everywhere in the world, we can observe and be touched by acts of kindness. People from all walks of life, faiths, and cultures extend themselves beyond the call of duty to help others unconditionally. Through their noble deeds, humanity as a whole is elevated. To commend virtuous actions and encourage more people to be inspired by their examples, Supreme Master Ching Hai has lovingly created a series of awards, including the Shining World Leadership Award, Shining World Compassion Award, Shining World Hero and Heroine Awards, Shining World Honesty Award, Shining World Protection Award, Shining World Intelligence Award, and Shining World Inventor Award, to recognize some of the most exemplary, generous, caring, and courageous people who walk amongst us. We save animals in crisis, wherever they are, individuals, populations being threatened by humans, by habitat loss, by natural disaster, IFAW’s there to save animals around the world. Starting out from just a small group of concerned local community members who reached out to stop the cruelty of the commercial hunt for whitecoat baby harp seals on the eastern coast of Canada in 1969, the International Fund for Animal Welfare or IFAW has now become one of the world’s leading international animal welfare organizations. Hi, my name is Kate Atema. I am the director of our worldwide companion animal dogs and cats protection projects here at the International Fund for Animal Welfare. We have offices in 15 countries around the world, but we work in more than 40 countries. We have 1.2 million supporters who support our work worldwide. Are any of your staff members or volunteers vegetarian or vegan? Many are. IFAW’s a supportive environment and we support our staff in the ethical decisions that they make. With a large network of people dedicated to its cause, IFAW has been able to work with communities, government leaders, and other animal-loving organizations in countries around the world to address urgent issues relating to animal well-being and conservation. IFAW believes that animal welfare works best when communities take responsibility. We provide expertise to help communities develop their resources and motivate them to protect animals and protect animals from cruelty around the world. We always make sure that when there’s an animal or a group of animals that need to be rescued, that we’re integrating with the processes that a community already has available on the ground. What we provide is support, expertise and teams to come in and fill in the gaps that a community may have. Sometimes that means that they just need a little bit of assistance. Sometimes they just need funds. And sometimes they need a full-scale team to come in help them respond to an event, and so IFAW really tailors our response to where and when that animal requires assistance. Since its founding, the International Fund for Animal Welfare has initiated programs to aid whales, elephants, dogs and cats, tigers and many other animals. The group goes to countries hit by disasters such as Haiti which experienced a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake in January 2010. In the year following the quake approximately 68,000 dogs, cats, horses, cows, pigs, goats, and sheep have been treated for injuries or vaccinated to safeguard them from anthrax and other diseases by IFAW staff and volunteers. We work hands-on to protect animals in emergency situations, in crisis, manmade and natural disasters. We also protect populations of animals and their habitats from cruelty and devastation. How do you prioritize the rescue missions? We divide our work into six programs. Dog and cat protection programs in primarily developing communities around the world, where they don’t have a lot of access to veterinary care. We protect elephants from the ivory trade and from habitat depletion. We protect whales and seals from commercial hunting, and also from habitat depletion, like ocean pollution and ocean noise. We also have a unit that works hands-on to rescue animals in manmade and natural disasters. We rescue marine mammals stranded on the beaches, and we advocate to protect wild populations from the wildlife trade. We asked Ms. Atema if she could share a touching story from a past IFAW rescue mission. One story I’d like to share is the story of Joyce. We had dogs that were being rescued from the municipal dump in Cozumel, Mexico. One particularly touching story was Joyce, a dog who had been hit by a car. She had to have one leg amputated and the other leg was no longer usable. They did their best in Mexico, given what they had available, but they weren’t able to save it. We found a caregiver in New York City (USA) who was as touched by her story as we were, and she took her in, and she’s covering her medical costs and she’s now gotten her some wheels. And she also has fitted special doggy hot pants that she puts on her. She runs with her now, miles in Central Park every single day. And that dog touches everybody’s lives. Everyone is so inspired by her story and the story of hope, and people reaching out to save one animal at a time. At the same time they were saving the vulnerable dogs in Mexico, IFAW was rescuing stray dogs from a summer “dog shoot” in northern Quebec, Canada and finding them new homes. Also known as “dog kill days,” a dog shoot is an absolutely horrific event that regularly takes place in some of Canada’s remote northern communities where homeless canines are thrown into trucks, taken to a dump and then viciously shot. Could you tell us a little bit about the story about the rescue of three dozen dogs in northern Quebec? This is a project that we’ve been working in for many, many years. We help communities learn to help themselves and their animals. In this case these animals don’t have access to veterinary care, which means that they can’t have their animals spayed or neutered. They can’t have their animals vaccinated without help, that’s where IFAW comes in. We’ve been working with these communities to provide veterinary clinics for many, many years. This particular community had made a lot of progress, and had ceased shooting animals for many years. This year they came to us, some community leaders said that unfortunately the council had decided there were again too many dogs, and unless someone was able to help those animals would be shot. So IFAW stepped in to help. Currently where are the animals now? So the animals are in Canada as well as here in the United States. A number of groups heard about what we were doing and offered to help us, rescue groups across Canada, as well as a shelter in the outskirts of New York City, agreed to take a number of those animals, and a volunteer who has an airplane, actually helped fly a number of those animals down for us. For taking quick action to preserve canine lives in northern Quebec, Supreme Master Ching Hai honored the International Fund for Animal Welfare with the Shining World Compassion Award. Kate Atema received the splendid crystal Award plaque on behalf of Fred O’Regan, President of IFAW, and also accepted a beautifully framed letter of thanks sent by Supreme Master Ching Hai. The following is an excerpt from the letter. Dear Mr. O’Regan, It is with great pleasure and gratitude that we present to the International Fund for Animal Welfare the “Shining World Compassion Award.” This Award is presented in recognition of your humane efforts to care for and protect animals, and for your selfless devotion and boundless love which brings hope and brightens the lives of so many precious beings. On becoming aware of the imminent cull, your organization supported the members of this isolated community with great sensitivity and expertise in helping them find a unique and workable solution that would address their safety concerns. Encouraged by your compassionate guidance and assistance, they even found the money to employ a veterinarian to prevent the problem from reoccurring. Bravo IFAW! Your diplomatic and loving efforts are sure to reap a multitude of benefits and blessings – for the dogs, their new caregivers and the Inuit people. Thank you and may Heaven bless you abundantly! For empowering communities with kindness and respect, for protecting the animals, for being their voice, and for your inspirational and dedicated example of love in action, we hereby applaud and celebrate the outstanding deeds of President Fred O'Regan, staff, volunteers and the warm-hearted supporters of the International Fund for Animal Welfare. With Great Honor, Love and Blessings, Supreme Master Ching Hai Along with the Award, Supreme Master Ching Hai gifted her #1 international bestsellers “The Dogs in My Life,” “The Birds in My Life” and “The Noble Wilds” as well as her poetry book entitled “Pebbles and Gold.” In appreciation of their loving endeavors, Supreme Master Ching Hai donated US$10,000 to the group for veg food and medical care for the dogs. We are so grateful for the donation of US$10,000. And simply put, it will help us save a lot more animals. Right now there is a rabies outbreak in one of the communities we work in outside Johannesburg, South Africa. Without our help going with teams of volunteers going door to door, six days a week, vaccinating dogs and cats against rabies, they run the risk of either being killed or contracting rabies which is a horrible, horrible disease. So immediately those funds can assist us in that emergency effort. Once again our deep gratitude, Kate Atema, Fred O’Regan, and all other International Fund for Animal Welfare staff and volunteers for saving and protecting animals across the globe. IFAW’s benevolent programs are truly creating a better place for our animal friends and may your fine work continue in the years ahead with all of Heaven’s blessings. For more details on the International Fund for Animal Welfare, please visit www.IFAW**** Kindhearted viewers, thank you for joining us on today’s program. Coming up next is Enlightening Entertainment, after Noteworthy News, here on Supreme Master Television. May each and every one of us contribute to peace on our magnificent planet by practicing compassion daily.
15 Aug 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Dogs Trust: Giving A New Chance at Life to Britain’s Homeless Canines. Episode: 1745, Air Date: 25 June 2011. Sweet viewers, welcome to Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. Today we will visit the UK-based Dogs Trust, which looks after dogs in need and seeks to bring about a day when all dogs can enjoy a secure and happy life. Charlotte Peters, Supporter Relations Officer at Dogs Trust now shares how the organization began. Dogs Trust was founded back in 1891, and we are actually the largest dog welfare charity in the UK. We care for over 16,000 stray and abandoned dogs every single year throughout our network of 18 rehoming centers. As well as re-homing dogs, we also run several campaigns. We have a nationwide education program and we also offer subsidized neutering and microchipping in the worst affected areas. Under the magical hands of the kindhearted Dogs Trust veterinarians and volunteers, every dog coming through the door of a Dogs Trust facility is given a fresh chance to live a better life. This is Lulu. She came in from Ireland in very, very poor condition. Her fur was totally matted, she was covered in lice, her ears were very dirty, and all her eyebrows had actually grown inside her eyes. So she’s had to have an awful lot of treatment. As a result, all she wants now is loving; hence this lap dog. She doesn't like walking on the floor, she just wants to be carried everywhere; she wants to be nursed all of the time. And she's turned into a most beautiful little dog. So, isn’t she adorable? She’ll get plenty of walks while she’s here, definitely, and plenty of love. Let’s now find out more about Dogs Trust’s love-filled rehoming centers! It’s extremely bright, it’s extremely welcoming; we have a huge reception area. This center here is purpose-built. We wanted somewhere where people would want to come and look at the dogs, and also see how well cared for the dogs are here. Obviously our priority is the dogs, so they have the most wonderful facilities; they have state of the art kennels, glass fronted kennels with under floor heating. So the kennel design is primarily for the dogs. Most people who walk through our doors say, “We can see how well cared for those dogs are.” We know that they’re in the best place. Constructed with the environment in mind, the newest Dogs Trust rehoming center will have a “low carbon paw-print!” Dogs Trust’s chief executive Clarissa Baldwin provides more details. This is our 18th rehoming center that’s going to be opened in Loughborough, which is in the East Midlands of England. We will be able to look after around a thousand dogs a year there. It will have green rooms, and it will have heat reclamation. Very much we are looking at the savings that we will make in the longer term. Dogs Trust’s compassionate “Freedom Project” and “Hope Project” help animal caregivers look after their animals during family crisis periods and provides veterinary care to the canine companions of homeless persons respectively. “Freedom (Project),” this is for women who are escaping domestic violence. And they have nowhere to go with their dogs, because it’s very difficult to find places to live with your dog. So what we do is we take the dog out of the abusive home, we look after them in rented accommodation for a while, or find foster homes for the dog, until such time as the abused person finds alternative accommodation. And we’ve look after about 500 dogs in this way and helped the families. The “Hope Project,” this is for people on the streets who’ve got their dogs. We do know that there is a wonderful relationship between the homeless person and their dog. The homeless people in the bad weather for instance, and they’re sitting outside a shop, if it is raining, the umbrella will be over the dog, so they really have this wonderful relationship that we’d like to be able to support. So it’s microchipping, it’s neutering and it’s all the flea treatments and vaccinations that we give to the dogs. Another sensitive initiative implemented by Dogs Trust helps give peace of mind to caregivers concerned there may be no one to look after their dog companion after they pass on. Should such an event occur, the canine friend would be taken to a rehoming center and Dogs Trust would help find a new loving home for him or her. I also promote a scheme called the Canine Care Card, which is basically a card that you would carry around in your wallet, and it guarantees that in the event of your death Dogs Trust will look after your dog. Dogs Trust is also taking steps to lessen the number of dogs being born without anyone to care for them. When we first started looking at statistics we found that in the United Kingdom, something like 30,000 healthy dogs were being killed because there was just no home for them. So we decided that what we had to do was to start reducing the numbers of dogs that are being bred. So what we’ve done is put in place free microchipping, free neutering, and education of the caregivers. We’re neutering about 30-40,000 dogs a year. We now meet one of the rehoming center’s cute residents! This here is Shane. He’s one of three sponsor dogs at the Harefield Rehoming Center. A sponsor dog will actually live at a rehoming center permanently. When Shane first came to us at Harefield he was very, very shy, very nervous, and since he’s been here, he’s been here for nearly five years, he’s a different dog. When you take him out, he wants to go off and meet people. He’s very, very friendly, so he really does love his life with us here. Dogs Trust rehoming centers ensure that all doggy residents get plenty of exercise and feel enlivened! The sensory garden here has been built for all our dogs but it will be particularly beneficial for dogs that are stressed, that have been here for a long time and are getting bored of the kennel environment. So as you can see here there’re all sorts of different games for them to play. There’re different materials that have been used. There’s grass; there’re all sorts of plants in there. Often dogs that are stressed as well, they do self-medicate so, there’re lots of plants they can use for that purpose as well. So, it’s really for environmental enrichment to keep the dogs stimulated both mentally and physically. Looking after the lovely canines staying at the Dogs Trust rehoming centers is truly a rewarding experience. The best part of working at the rehoming center is seeing those dogs, go through the rehabilitation process, and then seeing them at the end of the day going home to a loving family. There have been so many stories that I could tell you about dogs that have come through here. One that really sticks out and is personal to me was a dog called Patty; she was a Bulldog-cross. She was about seven years old. She unfortunately had been locked up in a shed for all of her life and she had literally been used as a breeding machine. She had been bred and bred and bred, puppies after puppies after puppies, locked in a shed with no human affection. Yet this dog came to us and she was the most loving dog you can ever imagine. She still, after everything that she’d been put through, she put her trust in humans she went home to a lovely family with very young children and she’s doing really, really well. Touched by Dogs Trust’s benevolent efforts and dedication to caring for vulnerable canines, Supreme Master Ching Hai contributed US$17,000 to further the organization’s life-saving work. On Supreme Master Ching Hai’s behalf, our local Association members also gifted Dogs Trust 16 kilograms of vegan dog food. May I say thank you very much. I would love to have met the Supreme Master but I hope you will take back our good wishes and our thanks for this very, very generous donation. I’ve obviously looked at the website and understand a little bit about the work that she carries out. She’s absolutely magnificent. There are a number of things that we would like to do, buying some environment enrichment equipment for some of the puppy units that we have. Huge numbers of puppies now come in to us from all over the country. So we’d like to spend some money on furnishing other centers. Also some warm blankets for some of the older dogs so, I think they’d very much appreciate that as well. So we will put this money to very good use. And I hope you will send back our very warmest and our very grateful thanks to the Supreme Master. In addition, Dogs Trust was presented with a number of Supreme Master Ching Hai’s DVDs and books, including “From Crisis to Peace” and the #1 international bestsellers, “The Dogs In My Life,” “The Birds In My Life,” and “The Noble Wilds.” Fabulous, thank you so much. We have an education officer here at Harefield (Rehoming Center) and it looks as though these books will be a great help, and a source of information. Thank you so much. Clarissa Baldwin later sent a thoughtful thank you letter to Supreme Master Ching Hai, the following of which is an excerpt. Dear Supreme Master Ching Hai, I had the pleasure of meeting some of your TV team when I was interviewed by them at our Harefield Rehoming Centre this week; they helped to convey the scale of your charitable work and it sounds very impressive. It was also lovely to hear that you have so many rescued dogs and other animals of your own. Your donation will go towards helping us care for the thousands of stray and abandoned dogs who come into our rehoming centres each year. Although we receive no Government funding, we are able to look after around 16,000 dogs each year. [O]n behalf of all the dogs in our care, thank you for your kind donation. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. With warmest wishes, Yours Sincerely, Clarissa Baldwin OBE Secretary and Chief Executive We salute you Clarissa Baldwin, Charlotte Peters and all the other members of Dogs Trust for your wonderful hearts that are steadfastly devoted to uplifting the lives of our beautiful animal co-inhabitants. Your true love for canines clearly shines through. For more details on Dogs Trust, please visit www.DogsTrust******* Blessed viewers, thank you for your kind presence today on this episode of Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. Up next is Enlightening Entertainment, after Noteworthy News. May our actions always represent our real noble self.
8 Sep 2011
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Q: Dr. Haskin, is it important to spay your pet? Dr. Haskin: Yes, it is very important to spay and neuter our dogs, not just because we're worried about over populating because it is important thing, but from a health reason. We usually like to spay our females before they come into their first period, the first estrus. It's quite the opposite that some people think differently. In doing so you will greatly reduce the chance of actually getting breast cancer. It doesn't mean that your dog will get breast cancer. It just means that you're gonna reduce the possibility of that. Usually by a time a dog has their fourth, fifth heat cycle there’s nothing further we veterinarians can do about that. Again it doesn't mean breast cancer will come. It just means we can't stop it. So that's the main benefit of spaying your dog early to try to reduce breast cancer. There are also a uterus infection that dogs get, quite come and usually in older, non-spayed females, and that's called a pyometra--very serious, could be life threatening within just a few days. Again for many reasons, spaying and neutering, most importantly for the patient, is certainly what we recommend in veterinary community.
23 Sep 2011
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Cat Galaxy sits down with the Top Dog herself Eileen Proctor to talk about Tails of the Season an animal adoption event happening November 12th, 2011 from 10am - 3pm at Wildfire Elementary School which is located at 3997 E. Lockwood Drive in Phoenix. The event will feature animal 40 animal rescue groups from across Arizona which will have cats, dogs, guinea pigs, rabbits, and rats all seeking a good and loving forever home. There will also be low cost microchipping, food, raffles, a wildlife demo, a dog agility demo information on low cost spay/neuter, and tips on animal care. This event is hosted by the North Phoenix Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Panther TEK Computer Repair, Affinity Web & Graphic Design, Heart Printing, Accurate Care Pain Relief Center, and Cat Galaxy. The event is free and open to the public. For more information call 480-980-8541 or visit the Tails of the Season web site at www.tailsoftheseason****.
7 Nov 2011
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San Jose vets at Camden Pet Hospital in San Jose are highly trained San Jose veterinarians and San Jose vets. Camden Pet Hospital in San Jose employs the latest veterinary procedures on all of our San Jose veterinary patients. We are experienced San Jose Veterinarians who have performed life saving surgeries in San Jose vet hospital patients for over 40 years. San Jose veterinarians and San Jose vets at Camden Pet Hospital of San Jose provide the best vets in San Jose according to online customer reviews from trusted San Jose vet review sites like Yelp and Google. Camden Pet Hospital services San Jose pet owners and their pets. Camden Pet Hospital of San Jose can do almost all necessary San Jose pet hospital related services including San Jose veterinary service, San Jose vets, San Jose Veterinarians and emergency animal service in San Jose. If you need a San Jose vet or San Jose veterinarians please consider Camden Pet Hospital for all of your San Jose veterinary needs. Camden Pet Hospital of San Jose offers many pet related services including: Veterinary Care - Emergency Service Veterinary Services: Pet Care Dog Care Cat Care Vaccinations Animal Surgery / Spay / Neuter X-rays Pet Id Chips Parasite Prevention Boarding Medical Grooming Dental Care
22 Nov 2011
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I would feel the same way if I just got neutered. Poor little guy lost his poor little guys.
18 Feb 2012
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Lund Animal Hospital Boca, Boarding Our kennel has large runs and spacious cages for your pets stay at the hospital. We have several packages to make your pets stay a happy one. Some of these include: PUPPY PACKAGE - EXTRA WALKS AND PLAY TIME GERIATRIC PACKAGE - MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED, EXTRA WALKS AND BRUSHING Our kennel can suit any needs for your pet. We also provide a pig run for boarding your pig or keeping your pets together while you are away. Every pet is giving a physical exam before entering our boarding facility. Grooming Our master groomers are here Monday thru Friday. Ask us about "Soft Paws" the declaw alternative. Also helps the elderly dog with extra support when walking. Please make an appointment as our groomers are usually booked one week in advance. Surgery, With our state of the art surgical suite, we can provide the surgical care of all your pet's needs. From routine spaying and neutering to Laser surgery. Dental, Like your dentist, we recommend your pets teeth are cleaned and polished yearly. Some breeds, like Yorkies, Poodles and Maltese need to be cleaned every six months. We can provide a routine dental health care plan to help them and you keep their mouth as fresh as yours. Ask us about T/D by Science Diet and Oxyfresh a product you just add to their drinking water for fresher breath. These products help maintain healthy teeth and gums between cleaning. www.bocavet**** call today 561-998-5863
19 Feb 2012
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Lund Animal Hospital Boca, Boarding Our kennel has large runs and spacious cages for your pets stay at the hospital. We have several packages to make your pets stay a happy one. Some of these include: PUPPY PACKAGE - EXTRA WALKS AND PLAY TIME GERIATRIC PACKAGE - MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED, EXTRA WALKS AND BRUSHING Our kennel can suit any needs for your pet. We also provide a pig run for boarding your pig or keeping your pets together while you are away. Every pet is giving a physical exam before entering our boarding facility. Grooming Our master groomers are here Monday thru Friday. Ask us about "Soft Paws" the declaw alternative. Also helps the elderly dog with extra support when walking. Please make an appointment as our groomers are usually booked one week in advance. Surgery, With our state of the art surgical suite, we can provide the surgical care of all your pet's needs. From routine spaying and neutering to Laser surgery. Dental, Like your dentist, we recommend your pets teeth are cleaned and polished yearly. Some breeds, like Yorkies, Poodles and Maltese need to be cleaned every six months. We can provide a routine dental health care plan to help them and you keep their mouth as fresh as yours. Ask us about T/D by Science Diet and Oxyfresh a product you just add to their drinking water for fresher breath. These products help maintain healthy teeth and gums between cleaning. www.bocavet**** call today 561-998-5863
21 Feb 2012
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Lund Animal Hospital Boca, Boarding Our kennel has large runs and spacious cages for your pets stay at the hospital. We have several packages to make your pets stay a happy one. Some of these include: PUPPY PACKAGE - EXTRA WALKS AND PLAY TIME GERIATRIC PACKAGE - MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED, EXTRA WALKS AND BRUSHING Our kennel can suit any needs for your pet. We also provide a pig run for boarding your pig or keeping your pets together while you are away. Every pet is giving a physical exam before entering our boarding facility. Grooming Our master groomers are here Monday thru Friday. Ask us about "Soft Paws" the declaw alternative. Also helps the elderly dog with extra support when walking. Please make an appointment as our groomers are usually booked one week in advance. Surgery, With our state of the art surgical suite, we can provide the surgical care of all your pet's needs. From routine spaying and neutering to Laser surgery. Dental, Like your dentist, we recommend your pets teeth are cleaned and polished yearly. Some breeds, like Yorkies, Poodles and Maltese need to be cleaned every six months. We can provide a routine dental health care plan to help them and you keep their mouth as fresh as yours. Ask us about T/D by Science Diet and Oxyfresh a product you just add to their drinking water for fresher breath. These products help maintain healthy teeth and gums between cleaning. www.bocavet**** call today 561-998-5863
21 Feb 2012
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Lund Animal Hospital Boca, Boarding Our kennel has large runs and spacious cages for your pets stay at the hospital. We have several packages to make your pets stay a happy one. Some of these include: PUPPY PACKAGE - EXTRA WALKS AND PLAY TIME GERIATRIC PACKAGE - MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED, EXTRA WALKS AND BRUSHING Our kennel can suit any needs for your pet. We also provide a pig run for boarding your pig or keeping your pets together while you are away. Every pet is giving a physical exam before entering our boarding facility. Grooming Our master groomers are here Monday thru Friday. Ask us about "Soft Paws" the declaw alternative. Also helps the elderly dog with extra support when walking. Please make an appointment as our groomers are usually booked one week in advance. Surgery, With our state of the art surgical suite, we can provide the surgical care of all your pet's needs. From routine spaying and neutering to Laser surgery. Dental, Like your dentist, we recommend your pets teeth are cleaned and polished yearly. Some breeds, like Yorkies, Poodles and Maltese need to be cleaned every six months. We can provide a routine dental health care plan to help them and you keep their mouth as fresh as yours. Ask us about T/D by Science Diet and Oxyfresh a product you just add to their drinking water for fresher breath. These products help maintain healthy teeth and gums between cleaning. www.bocavet**** call today 561-998-5863
22 Feb 2012
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Ora Dogs House: A Model of Love in Israel (In Hebrew). Episode: 1883, Air Date: 10 November 2011. Today’s Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants will be presented in Hebrew and English, with subtitles in Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Indonesian, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Thai. Welcome, kindhearted viewers, to this edition of Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants featuring Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love in Or-Yehuda, Israel, founded by Ms. Ora Kebabgian. What led Ms. Kebabgian to establish her canine shelter? It just occurred by itself. When I retired, I found a dog here, a dog there. So I met this woman who used to save dogs. We met several times at the vet’s office, and this was my destiny and the dogs’. Then, just like that, each time we met, she said, “Wow, Ora, you must help me out. I have no place for this dog.” I took one dog from her, later I took another. Well, suddenly, without noticing it at all, I saw that I had grown. I made kennels and started to get dogs out of quarantine, and so on. I don’t regret it because I’m all alone and they are guarding the place. And how many dogs are now happily living at Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love ? Today I have 80 dogs. Eighty dogs and you work by yourself? I am working alone. There are some volunteer women, but they generally come only on Fridays. Ms. Kebabgian regularly undergoes radiation therapy sessions for a health condition, a procedure which make her very tired. Despite her low energy levels following the treatments, she continues on to wholeheartedly serve the wonderful canine residents. In the morning, I get up, but it is hard, because I feel the fatigue after the radiotherapy. But I get over it. Amazing, good for you. You are a very brave person. What sorts of dogs come to live at Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love ? I take in abandoned dogs, dogs about to be euthanized, and try to save them, rehabilitate them and place them in homes with people who adopt. To find them a warm home with a loving family. Yes, I am trying to. This highway is quite close to the airport, and there are many dogs just being abandoned by citizens on their way to travel. Right, right. There are many here. In the summer in particular, I get up in the morning and see a new dog chained to my gate. Yes. Do some people leave their dogs chained to your gate and just leave? Yes, to my gate. Really, if I go to the supermarket, and come back I just see a dog at the gate. Now let’s meet some of the playful canine residents of Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love ! Every dog has a name and every dog has a story. This dog… Tyler, come here. Tyler, come and get it, Tyler. Tyler was hit by a car. An accident? An accident, yes. I took him to Let the Animals Live (NGO). From Let the Animals Live, they sent me to some vets, and (the vets) wanted to amputate his leg. I did not agree to that. Then I took him, transferred him at my cost, the treatments were also at my cost. It cost me NIS2,000 (US$550). It was very difficult. I did it in installments, but he now has four legs. Kouchena the dog arrived from the town of Or Yehuda (Israel). I took her and she has been with us seven years and is having a good life here. She is the most loved one here, Koucha! This one I just found; They (the caregiver) just ditched him. He was trying to make friends with every cyclist passing by. That is what I saw and I just jumped over, because if you leave a dog there, in no time a car will pass by on this highway and hit him. Besides rescuing them herself, Ms. Kebabgian also gets dogs from people who contact Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love for assistance. People are always calling; I also receive dogs from the city of Ashkelon (Israel). From the city of Beersheba (Israel). I receive a lot. I also have puppies. They arrived, a mother with six puppies. I raised them and gave them away. If everyone would adopt a dog, and everyone would neuter them, we wouldn’t have them in such huge numbers. I had a huge Saint Bernard, until someone fortunately, even though the dog was quite old, 10 years old, a person from the city of Eilat (Israel) who had a fondness for large dogs (took him). It was my good fortune, he came all the way from Eilat to adopt him. He was an elderly man, some 80 years old. Ifat is one of the compassionate Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love volunteers who helps Ora Kebabgian tremendously. First I saw an advertisement on the Internet that Ora needed people to volunteer and come to help, and I first came a year ago and saw the place, and loved it. And it’s a great place because there are lots of dogs, they can run and are not in small cages. Ora’s a nice person. She needs a lot of help because she is alone and so I love to come here. I’m also a student. I’m really working hard and study hard all week but I find time at the end of the weekend to come and to help. It’s not like other places that take dogs and give them a place to live until they find a home, it’s like a home. And what does Ifat normally do to help when she comes to Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love ? First of all, I clean the place. So first we go and clean all the places and the big cages and then I go to the place of the pets and clean there and put water and food. And if there is a dog that is ill that needs to go to the vet, I take him; we get help and then we ensure that everything is okay, all the dogs are okay. The dogs are just charming, they’re all so friendly, pleasant, all living together. Yes, they are. When a new dog comes in, he is placed in the kennel, but not for long… over time I start getting him out, and then they get used to it and accepted. They are well cared for… there is a vet whom we summon monthly, and he checks on each dog. When dogs are cared for, they give immense love in return. Really…I feel it, when I go away and come back, wow, how they jump in joy and happiness. They really return a lot of love. They are really grateful for being saved. Dogs particularly bring happiness to a home. I see it in many homes. It is the children, even sick people, when they caress them, it gives them… How shall I put it… I don’t know how to explain it… but it relaxes them. A dog does not have many demands; just some food and he is really really grateful. Every time that I come here and see the dogs, it’s good for me. It’s not only for the dogs; it’s time for me to enjoy being with them. They are good, they are great just to be with. So they have lots of love to give, so they are sweet. With all her attention and love in providing the dogs with food and veterinary treatment, Ora Kebabgian still wishes she could do more for the canines at Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love , like building a more comfortable home for them. With the food and the treatments… I never get to make their sheds. Because it is very expensive…it always remains last (on my list). Every year – next year I’ll have the money, next year I’ll have the money, but I don’t get anywhere. For saving dogs, I have a vet on call. I have accrued a bill of NIS19,000 (US$5,200) from saving dogs. I have now reduced the debt to NIS15,000 (US$4,100), but it is still very, very difficult to settle the debt. Over time I hope, bit by bit. I need to build roofs for the kennels. And a bit more space, so they have a warm place; however, it takes a lot of money. I really need to have a roof for the dogs. That’s what I need. After learning that Ms. Ora Kebabgian has been a vegetarian for more than 20 years, we asked her why she decided to adopt this benevolent lifestyle. When I was a child, you ate what the parents cooked. However, over time, when I started loving animals, I just couldn’t bear the thought that a chicken has to be slaughtered and suffer, or some other animal is slaughtered and eaten. I can’t do that ever in my life. You don’t eat eggs either, do you? Not eggs, not meat, not fish, nothing. When you take the meat and you have to cut it, then each time it tells you again that it is a living soul. Once, when we were children and (meat was) prepared for us, we did not know what it was. However, when you just see it, you see this blood… it is really disgusting. I don’t mind not eating meat at all. Ms. Ora Kebabgian, Ifat and the other volunteers at Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love, we deeply thank you for your loving, dedicated efforts to uplift the lives of vulnerable dogs in Israel. May Ora’s Dogs-A Place Of Love remain a splendid, safe sanctuary for canines without homes and a model for selfless devotion in the future. Thank you, noble viewers, for watching today’s Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. May our world quickly re-discover the love that is so often missed on the speedy highways of life.
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Lund Animal Hospital Boca, Boarding Our kennel has large runs and spacious cages for your pets stay at the hospital. We have several packages to make your pets stay a happy one. Some of these include: PUPPY PACKAGE - EXTRA WALKS AND PLAY TIME GERIATRIC PACKAGE - MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED, EXTRA WALKS AND BRUSHING Our kennel can suit any needs for your pet. We also provide a pig run for boarding your pig or keeping your pets together while you are away. Every pet is giving a physical exam before entering our boarding facility. Grooming Our master groomers are here Monday thru Friday. Ask us about "Soft Paws" the declaw alternative. Also helps the elderly dog with extra support when walking. Please make an appointment as our groomers are usually booked one week in advance. Surgery, With our state of the art surgical suite, we can provide the surgical care of all your pet's needs. From routine spaying and neutering to Laser surgery. Dental, Like your dentist, we recommend your pets teeth are cleaned and polished yearly. Some breeds, like Yorkies, Poodles and Maltese need to be cleaned every six months. We can provide a routine dental health care plan to help them and you keep their mouth as fresh as yours. Ask us about T/D by Science Diet and Oxyfresh a product you just add to their drinking water for fresher breath. These products help maintain healthy teeth and gums between cleaning. www.bocavet**** call today 561-998-5863
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Lund Animal Hospital Boca, Boarding Our kennel has large runs and spacious cages for your pets stay at the hospital. We have several packages to make your pets stay a happy one. Some of these include: PUPPY PACKAGE - EXTRA WALKS AND PLAY TIME GERIATRIC PACKAGE - MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED, EXTRA WALKS AND BRUSHING Our kennel can suit any needs for your pet. We also provide a pig run for boarding your pig or keeping your pets together while you are away. Every pet is giving a physical exam before entering our boarding facility. Grooming Our master groomers are here Monday thru Friday. Ask us about "Soft Paws" the declaw alternative. Also helps the elderly dog with extra support when walking. Please make an appointment as our groomers are usually booked one week in advance. Surgery, With our state of the art surgical suite, we can provide the surgical care of all your pet's needs. From routine spaying and neutering to Laser surgery. Dental, Like your dentist, we recommend your pets teeth are cleaned and polished yearly. Some breeds, like Yorkies, Poodles and Maltese need to be cleaned every six months. We can provide a routine dental health care plan to help them and you keep their mouth as fresh as yours. Ask us about T/D by Science Diet and Oxyfresh a product you just add to their drinking water for fresher breath. These products help maintain healthy teeth and gums between cleaning. www.bocavet**** call today 561-998-5863
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Lund Animal Hospital Boca, Boarding Our kennel has large runs and spacious cages for your pets stay at the hospital. We have several packages to make your pets stay a happy one. Some of these include: PUPPY PACKAGE - EXTRA WALKS AND PLAY TIME GERIATRIC PACKAGE - MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED, EXTRA WALKS AND BRUSHING Our kennel can suit any needs for your pet. We also provide a pig run for boarding your pig or keeping your pets together while you are away. Every pet is giving a physical exam before entering our boarding facility. Grooming Our master groomers are here Monday thru Friday. Ask us about "Soft Paws" the declaw alternative. Also helps the elderly dog with extra support when walking. Please make an appointment as our groomers are usually booked one week in advance. Surgery, With our state of the art surgical suite, we can provide the surgical care of all your pet's needs. From routine spaying and neutering to Laser surgery. Dental, Like your dentist, we recommend your pets teeth are cleaned and polished yearly. Some breeds, like Yorkies, Poodles and Maltese need to be cleaned every six months. We can provide a routine dental health care plan to help them and you keep their mouth as fresh as yours. Ask us about T/D by Science Diet and Oxyfresh a product you just add to their drinking water for fresher breath. These products help maintain healthy teeth and gums between cleaning. www.bocavet**** call today 561-998-5863
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Lund Animal Hospital Boca, Boarding Our kennel has large runs and spacious cages for your pets stay at the hospital. We have several packages to make your pets stay a happy one. Some of these include: PUPPY PACKAGE - EXTRA WALKS AND PLAY TIME GERIATRIC PACKAGE - MEDICATIONS ADMINISTERED, EXTRA WALKS AND BRUSHING Our kennel can suit any needs for your pet. We also provide a pig run for boarding your pig or keeping your pets together while you are away. Every pet is giving a physical exam before entering our boarding facility. Grooming Our master groomers are here Monday thru Friday. Ask us about "Soft Paws" the declaw alternative. Also helps the elderly dog with extra support when walking. Please make an appointment as our groomers are usually booked one week in advance. Surgery, With our state of the art surgical suite, we can provide the surgical care of all your pet's needs. From routine spaying and neutering to Laser surgery. Dental, Like your dentist, we recommend your pets teeth are cleaned and polished yearly. Some breeds, like Yorkies, Poodles and Maltese need to be cleaned every six months. We can provide a routine dental health care plan to help them and you keep their mouth as fresh as yours. Ask us about T/D by Science Diet and Oxyfresh a product you just add to their drinking water for fresher breath. These products help maintain healthy teeth and gums between cleaning. www.bocavet**** call today 561-998-5863
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