MichigAnimals 2010 Winter Volume 4 Issue 3

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MHS Winter Straw Drop

MHS is preparing pet owners and pets for the cold winter months ahead

Straw Drop Continues

MHS is reaching at-risk pet owners and pets to help them survive the winter

OUR PARTNERS: Patrick Eaves and the Detroit Red Wings

Score! Patrick Eaves and the Detroit Red Wings raise critical funds and awareness in support of the Michigan Humane Society

Straw Drops Bring Hope to the Forgotten

Imagine being utterly forgotten this holiday season as a dog forced to live outside in the cold, chained to a tree or fence, with no shelter in reach to protect you from the biting winds, rain or snow, and frigid temperatures.

PET PEEVES: Party Manners

Q. Last year, I hosted my annual holiday party, and my new dog really "peeved" me with his bad manners stealing hors d'oeuvres and desserts off the countertops, jumping on arriving guests and begging for food. Needless to say, his party manners could use some work. What advice do you have for us?

MichigAnimals Pet Photos: Winter 2010

Photos of Michigan's Most Adorable Pets, Sent in by Our Readers

Lady's Story

Help Create a Happy Ending

ASK THE VET: Veterinary Basics

Q. I recently visited the Michigan Humane Society and became a first-time adopter, having fallen for Charlie, an 8-month-old yellow Labrador retriever. Since I'm new to pet caretaking and anxious to begin a relationship with a veterinarian, what are the basics I should know to help keep Charlie healthy, so we can enjoy many years together?

Kids' Creativity Un-"Leashed" for the Animals

Congratulations to our Pet ID Contest Winners


Thoughts From The President & CEO

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