Tuesday Spotlight – Kasey from the Blog Muttmouth


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Good Morning everyone! This blog post is a double dose of interviews! Kasey has filled out the animal owner and also the blogger interview! Check out her interviews with us!

*Who is filling out this Interview?
Kasey

*Tell me a little about yourself?
I am a crazy dog lover that wishes to help out fellow dog owners in their search for the best products for their dog and their lifestyle!

*What is your blog called?
MuttMouth.com
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*When did you start blogging?
I started blogging this year (2014)

*Why did you start blogging?
After spending my first year with my American Bulldog, I learned that it was very expensive to find toys and treats that suited him. I could not find a source that reviewed a wide variety of products including food, treats, toys, etc. So I decided to start my own!

*How often do you blog? Is it a set schedule or random posts?
We usually post 3-4 times per week on our schedule.

*What is your blog about?
We review different dog products in a variety of categories and provide honest evaluations after testing the products on different dog sizes.

*Do you have any animals?
Yes! An American Bulldog and a Chihuahua mix

*Fill In Your Social Media Contact Info:
Website: http://www.muttmouth.com
Email: contact@muttmouth.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/muttmouthcom
Twitter: @mutt_mouth
Instagram @mutt_mouth

*What do you hope to achieve with your blog in 2014?
We hope to grow our customer base as well as continue to work with amazing companies that love dogs as much as we do!

*Have you ever attended any Blog Conferences? If so what ones and how was it?:
Not yet!

*What do you get inspiration from?
I get inspiration from my own dogs as well as from the pets of family and friends.

*Any advice for someone wanting to start their own Animal Blog?
Be patient, be persistent and don’t give up. It will be hard.

*What are some of your favorite pet blogs to read?
I love many of my fellow BlogPaws member’s blogs! They are all so great at their niche. They inspire me daily.

*Anything else you would like to add?
We are so happy to share the love of dogs with our readers! Thank you for taking the time to interview us, you are also an inspiration to us!

*Do I have permission to copy this to my blog? yes
*Do I have permission to use the photos you provided me with? yes

HERE IS OUR INTERVIEW WITH KASEY ABOUT HER TWO DOGGIES :)

*Your Name?
Kasey

*Animals(s) (Age, Breed & Name)?
One American Bulldog, One Chihuahua mix

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*Interesting Facts About Your Animal(s)?

They are best friends despite the misconception that their size difference would interfere with their love for each other :]

*Animal(s) Favorite Treat?
They both love RedBarn treats and Diggin’Your Dog treats!

*Animal(s) Favorite Trick?
Sit. It’s easy, and gets them cookies.

*Where is your pet(s) favorite place to go?
Park, beach, Starbucks. Anywhere that involves a car ride.

*Perspective on Adopting a Rescue?
It will be the best decision you will ever make <3

*What’s your favorite thing to do with your dog (walks, going to a park, playing games etc.)?
We like to go on peaceful walks around the park or along the beach when it gets too hot!

*Favorite website to get pet information?
MuttMouth.com of course!

*Do your animal(s) love to go for car rides?
Yes!! They are always at peace when they are in the car.

*What’s your favorite animal product?
I love all-natural food and treats. My dogs love them and I never have to worry about feeding them an unhealthy diet.

*Why do you think volunteering at an animal rescue/shelter is important?
Not only are you helping where help is always needed, but volunteering provides a sense of accomplishment and contribution to the animal community. It is also so satisfying to see the gratefulness of a dog that just needs a little love.

*Anything extra you would like to add?
MuttMouth is a strong supporter of rescuing dogs of all ages and breeds. The love of a dog is not something you will find anywhere else <3

*Do I have permission to copy this to my blog?: Yes
*Do I have permission to use the photos you provided me with?: Yes


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Adopt Me Monday – “Dont Judge a Book by it’s Cover”


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As I was out-of-town this weekend I didn’t get to go up to the Fort McMurray SPCA for my weekly visit and take snaps of all the dogs & cats at the shelter looking for their forever home. I decided to talk about something that a lot of people are guilty of, heck even I was and now till this day I will never ever do that again!!!! It’s Judging a Book by its Cover and in this case judging a dog or cat on how they act at a shelter and not in a true environment.
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As soon as we purchased our first home we wanted to get a dog.  We were up at the shelter for at least 2 weeks or so looking for the perfect in our mind animal for our home. Someone laid back but liked going out on adventures, someone house trained with basic obedience.

Hubby texted me that he found this dog who was very different that he wanted me to come and see. When I met this dog, then named Apollo I took him outside with the kennel attendant and the little bugger wouldn’t even come near me. Ok most animals can tell when they meet me that I am a  huge animal lover and just want to snuggle but oh no this dog wasnt having it any way. It took at least 10 minutes to get him to come near me and he awkwardly sat there while I petted him. As soon as you opened the outside door he bolted back into his kennel sat down and waited for the attendant to close the door on him. He wanted to be in there, it was his safe haven.

This boy didn’t bark, didn’t really like men/kids or toys either but you know what, I was so intrigued by this dog and wanted to make him mine, I wanted to work with him and teach him what a real home was like cause honestly I don’t think he ever had that.

We put in an application for him the next day (after we did some research about canine epilepsy) and named him Rolo. Rolo had a nice bedroom area set up in our bedroom but he wouldn’t even come out of the basement for about 2 months. I can’t even remember how many treats I gave him to get him to like me. Hubby on the other hand had to work way harder than I ever did, It was only till about a year ago where Rolo decided his new dad wasnt bad after all. That was almost 2 years in the making!
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If you have seen Rolo and I in person you never would have guessed that it was a very long process to get him to where he is today.We have an incredible, unbreakable bond that nothing will ever take away from us. Known Fact: Did you know that with most animals it takes at least a few months for an animal to get settled down into a new environment (so next time when you think about returning an animal, please give it a chance)
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Here is some tips of what I found worked well with Rolo while bringing him home (all animals are different and this may not work for you but worth a try!)

1) If the shelter you are adopting from has blankets or toys in their kennel ask if you can buy it or take it to bring home. This will give the animal something familiar in their new environment. We borrowed the blanket that was in Rolos kennel and you could find him sleeping on it at night when he was in the basement.

2) Dont push them to far or to fast. I tried so hard to get Rolo to come upstairs into his new bedroom but my hubby was right and said let him do it on his own terms. He was right and Rolo did eventually go searching around and when he got into his room I told him it was for him and patted on the bed and said Rolo’s. He sat down and slept there every night :)

3) Ask the kennel attendant or adoption coordinator what types of tricks the animal knows, keep up on these and do them once a day with some treats and positive reinforcement.

4) Good words & bad words. When Rolo does something good he knows it with either a treat or I say his key words” good boy, good rolo, yay”. When he is bad he knows by me changing my voice tone, pointing my finger and saying very firmly “bad rolo”. He immediently cowers and puts his head down.

5) Be sure to ask the kennel attendant or adoption coordinator what type of routine the animal was on so you could stick with it for a while and if need be slowly change it. for instance, when would they go for a walk(how long), what times did they eat at (how much, what type), when did they go for bathroom breaks etc.

I wanted to remind everyone that EVERY SINGLE ANIMAL in this world whether its; sick, unhealthy, shy, hyper, scared, with a disability or even just healthy needs a home and YOU could be that one to change their life around. I hope that next time you see an animal at a shelter who may need a little extra work that you remember Rolo’s Story and dont judge a book by its cover and give that animal a second chance you may be surprised as to what they can acomplish!


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Fundraise Friday – July Specials at #FMSPCA


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Good Morning Everyone! Hope your all having a fabulous Friday so far! Always great to look forward to the weekend! July is slowly coming to an end and I wanted to give another reminder to all the people in Fort McMurray with doggies!!

The FMSPCA has a special promotion going on with their memberships this month (you will find at the bottom of the page). We have our membership and we love supporting the FMSPCA!

What does a FMSPCA membership get you, well check out this page for a full detailed list: http://www.fortmcmurrayspca.ca/index.php?area_id=1023&page_id=1141

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How much is a Membership for the year you ask?
-Youth/Senior $40
Anyone under the age of 18 or over the age of 65 at the time of purchase.

-Individual Adult $60
Anyone over the age of 18 and under the age of 65 at the time of purchase. This can include Sole Proprietors if they wish to put the membership in their company’s name.

-Family $120
At least one adult and up to four individuals in total in the same household.

-Corporate $500
Up to five adults that are legally authorised to sign on behalf of a corporation. Sole Proprietors are considered Individuals.

Take a look at the great deals going on for the month of july! (Is it a hot day out, why not get the FMSPCA to turn the sprinklers on at the dog park to let your dog cool down)
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The Fort McMurray SPCA is located at 155 MacAlpine Crescent in Fort McMurray, AB, Canada.
Website: http://www.fortmcmurrrayspca.ca
Twitter: @FMSPCA
Facebook: Fort McMurray SPCA

HOURS OF OPERATION
ANIMAL VIEWING HOURS
Sun, Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat 12:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Closed Tuesdays, Statutory Holidays
SPCA RECEPTION
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM Daily, Except Statutory Holidays
GENERAL OPERATING HOURS
8:00 AM to 6:30 PM Daily



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Thursday Book Spotlight; Always Remember


thursdayGood Morning Everyone! This Thursdays post is about a book written by Susan & Glenn! I will also be doing a product review on this book as soon as I can get it finished!! So look for that as well!! :) :)

*What is the name of the book?
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*Who is filling out this interview?
Susan Crawford-Thomson and Glenn Thomson

*What is your involvement with this book?
We wrote the book, and Glenn took the majority of the photos.

*How was the book started and what was your inspiration?
After 20 great years together, we found our lives turned upside down on January 23, 2008 when we heard the dreaded words from my surgeon, “It is cancer.”  It was quite a year, but the next year on January 23 we decided to celebrate and look for a puppy.  Heffy our bull wiener arrived that May, and life has never been been better!   Looking back at my career, I have many fond memories, but the memories of the past five years with Heffy and Glenn are the best.  Heffy still has the patients that he visits:  the little boy with Crohn’s disease, the older lady with Parkinson’s, an older man who broke his hip, a lady who had a stroke and can’t speak, and an older lady who broke her pelvis.  And his list of tricks to make them all laugh has grown exponentially!  Heffy is always waiting in the car whenever there is a trip back to the cancer hospital for a followup scan.  He always brings his soccer ball wherever he goes, so it is beside him on the seat while he leans on the dashboard, waiting patiently for a glimpse of Susan and Glenn heading back to the car — back to him, their favorite boy, so that he can do more of his wonderful therapy work!  Laughter is the best medicine – more so when it is laughter with a funny bull wiener!   This year to commemorate the sixth anniversary of her cancer diagnosis, we decided to give back to charity. I have been writing book reviews of animal cancer books for Bailey’s Library on www.kaliswish.com, so donating all our profits back to Kali’s Wish Cancer Foundation was the natural choice  Our book, Always Remember, is a celebration of dogs we know — a simple yet powerful book, telling what dogs like Heffy have taught those around them, how those dogs hold a special place in the hearts of their owners — and most importantly, that they will always be remembered no matter what.

*When was it released?
May 2014

*What is the cost of the book?
$3.99 US or $4.33 Canadian
All of the profits are donated back to www.kaliswish.com the animal cancer charity associated with Pet Planet stores across North America

*Who was it published by?
Always-Remember.ca

*Who was it written by?
Susan Crawford-Thomson and Glenn Thomson

*Who was it illustrated by?
Glenn took many of the photos, and designed the entire book on Adobe Indesign. Some of the photos were submitted by fellow dog lovers.

*Where can someone get a copy of this book?
Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, ibooks, Kobo and GooglePlay

*What is the book about?
Always Remember celebrates dogs we know, and what they have taught us. The book is simple but powerful when you stop and think about the photos and the words. It is about how those dogs hold a special place in the hearts of their owners and their patients, and how they will always be remembered no matter what.

*How many pages is the book?
58 pages in total in 26 photo spreads We want to do a second edition this fall with a lot more photos and matching sayings. Please help www.kaliswish.com and submit a photo or two of your dog to info@always-remember.ca. All profits are being donated to help support animal cancer research.

*What age group is the book targeted to? It is targeted to all ages, children and up – for anyone who has a furry best friend they will always remember whether they are still in their lives or not. Always Remember is meant to remind us of all the things that dogs teach us – the funny things, the loveable things, the adventurous things, and the unforgettable things – all with photos to match.

*Social Media Contacts (fill in):
Facebook: always-remember.ca
Email: info@always-remember.ca
Website: http://www.always-remember.ca

Do I have permission to copy this to my blog? Yes thank you!
Do I have permission to use the photos you provided me with? Yes you have our permission. Thanks again!
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Wagging Wednesday – Spotlight on Connie


wednesdayWell Since yesterday It was “Blog For A Change” Blog hop I wanted to put in a spotlight interview right after to make up for not doing an actual “Tuesday Spotlight” post.I Might add that this is my 300th blog post since March 2013!!

Here is Connie’s Interview with me about her cats :)

*Your Name?
Connie

*Where are you from?
Maine

*Animals(s) (Age, Breed & Name)?
All Cats. I’ve got Seven:
Jack – Nebelung – Mn 12
Muffin – DMH – Fn 12
Eli – DSH Tuxie – Mn 12
Tweedle – DSH – Fn 10
Kit – DMH – Fn 7
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Skippy DSH Mn 5

*Interesting Facts About Your Animal(s)?
Jack came to me as a foster, found on the street. I saw a TV show featuring Nebelungs, and they looked exactly like Jack did. Jack has all of the personality traits of a Nebelung, so I have deemed him to be one. Each one of my cats was previously a foster kitten of mine, and these seven stood out of the 350 of them I have had in my house and pronounced they were not leaving. Really I could go on and on, and that’s why I have a blog ;)

*What’s the Silliest thing your animal(s) have done?
Recently Jack got himself caught up in some packing material. Instead of panicking, he simply started whining and tried to find a human to help him out – he could have very easily gotten out of it himself, but he preferred to make one of us do it

*Animal(s) Favorite Treat?
I would love to say raw meat – since I am a raw feeding advocate, but if I am going to be truthful Jack and Muffin’s favorite treat are poptart crusts.. (hides head in shame – don’t these cats know they are obligate carnivores??)2007_0805Image0007-760572

*Does your animal(s) like the water?
Not really. Several of my former foster kittens who needed to be bathed a lot as wee ones seem to have an affinity to water.

*Animal(s) Favorite Place to Sleep?
On me. As much as I encourage them to sleep elsewhere, I’m usually suffocating each night from several cats trying to pin themselves against me.20141DSC_0621

*Perspective on Adopting a Rescue?
My very first owned cat was a kitty I got at a shelter. My second and third came from a friend of a friend of a friend.. The next eight cats I adopted were all former fosters. Being on the front lines (ok technically I’m not really on the front line, as I’m not out on the streets picking up kittens or working in the shelter) of rescue, I know first-hand the devastating loss of life simply because there are not enough homes. For anyone who thinks shelter or rescue cats are damaged or defective in any way, I challenge you to go to a shelter and prove that myth wrong. You don’t need to adopt, just go look at them. Pat one.. it will change your life.20141DSC_0731

*Favorite Quote? 
Happy is the man, and happy he alone,

He who can call today his own;

He who, secure within, can say,

Tomorrow do thy worst, for I have lived today.

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*Favorite website to get pet information?
Catinfo.org and feline-nutrition.orgDSC_01991212

*Do your animal(s) love to go for car rides?
Jack used to.. but as I did it less frequently, he has decided he’d rather stay at home.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

*What’s your favorite animal product?
A good pair of scissor type nail clippers.

*Why do you think volunteering at an animal rescue/shelter is important?
‘The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.’ Mahatma Gandhi.
I think we as a people have forgotten what it means to be stewards of our planet.. “People” are all too happy to use what they want when they want it and discard it when they are done. I think that is abhorrent especially when it comes to living beings that have feelings and emotions.P5210093

*Anything extra you would like to add?
Years ago someone I was chatting online told me she was going to feed her cats raw food. I asked her why. She couldn’t really explain it to me well enough for me to understand why it matters. I stated, a line I hear all the time now, that my vet told me that commercial food is healthy for my pets. Years later I had one cat who was diabetic, and two who had blocked with urinary crystals. I learned very quickly the importance of a proper diet for an obligate carnivore. The food that would keep my diabetic cat’s glucose levels in check was the same diet that would help my kitties who were suffering from urinary crystals. The same diet that would do that would also help skinny cats gain weight and overweight cats lose weight effortlessly. It seemed like something so simple couldn’t possibly do all of that. The more I read the more I learned, and I transitioned my cats over to a raw diet and I have never looked back. I have watched it heal foster kittens that were very ill, fix cases of IBD, and I have had vet techs comment on how little my cats shed while at the vet. And best of all – my cat’s poop doesn’t stink! That alone is reason enough for some people to look into it.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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Tuesday Spotlight – Blog For A Change #BtC4A


tuesdayThis Tuesday’s Spotlight is a little different this week. I have decided to take part in the Blog For A Change blog hop put on by Be The Change For Animals. We bloggers have been asked to do a post regarding 3 Questions.

1) Tell us what you’ve done to Be the Change for Animals?:
My first step as an adult was to of course adopt an animal from our local shelter (Fort McMurray SPCA). My dog Rolo has been an inspiration to me to spread awareness about adopting and how to make a difference in this world. In March 2013 I launched my first official blog “Confessions of a Rescue Mom”. At first it was a way for me to use social media to help our local shelter by spreading news, talking about events and tell stories about animals up for adoption there. To this day my blog has grown faster than I ever had intended it to do and I have people from all around the world reading it! I hope that once I meet my goal that I become a top resource for all things animal & adoption!

Some of the other things Rolo and I have done to Be The Change are: 2012, 2013, 2014 we raised money as we walked in the annual “walk to stop animal abuse”(we got top fundraiser along with our friend Helen in 2013). March 26th, 2014 we participated in National Purple Day which is the national Epilepsy Awareness Day, Rolo has Canine Epilepsy and we love to promote awareness about this disease. In May 2012 I dawned a dress, bikini, spray tan and a ton of makeup to participate in the “Miss Wood Buffalo Pageant”. This pageant was about becoming an ambassador for Rolos former shelter the FMSPCA and I was also able to raise over $3500 for the FMSPCA and the title of “Miss Big Spirit”. In 2013 for our annual Christmas fundraiser we do for the shelter, Rolo and I along with my family were able to raise $1700 plus an entire SUV full of wish list items for the shelter. (Below are 3 photos, one from each year we did the walk to stop animal abuse”)
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2) Who do you know who acts tirelessly on animals’ behalf?
I know a ton of people that I know online who come to mind when I think of this question but the ones that stand out the most happen to be ones that I was able to share a seat with on the Board of Directors for the Fort McMurray SPCA with:

Tara, Lynn, Andryia, Lisa, Amanda, George, Trisha & Sarah.

Most of them know why I admire them and will always look up to them! This group of super humans never seize to amaze me, everything they do for animals is truly amazing. I was so honoured to share a seat on the board with them and learn from the best of the best of animal supporters! This group of people have put in an endless amount of hours, worked their asses off, took in animals, adopted animals, fostered animals, created a fund for abused and neglected animals, attended and supported anything Rolo and I did for the shelter, planned amazing over the top events, turned the once boring fmspca twitter feed into a social media frenzy and the list really could go on because they never stop!!! All Rolo and I can say is Thank you for being YOU and making this world a better place, one paw at a time!

3) What favorite cause has a special need right now?
I think Education covers a lot of the causes that are my favorite at the moment; like putting programs in schools educating kids at a young age on how to treat animals and what to do if they see someone not treating an animal properly, this also goes well with teaching the kids bite prevention. Education on Spay & Neuter is a high priority on my list, the world is so over populated with animals and so many healthy adoptable animals get euthanized each day sadly due to space. The problem needs to start at the root of the problem with either spay & neuter or vaccinating the women dogs with birth control(preferably with the spay & neutering though). I also favor educating people about Canine Epilepsy because you know what, when I first was about to adopt Rolo I didn’t even know that animals could have Epilepsy. That made me start to do a ton of research on it and join special groups on facebook. The groups on facebook allow other dog moms to ask questions about medication, their dogs behavior, if they need support with losing an animal due to Epilepsy and so much more! Education is important, we need to teach the kids of our future the information of today!

Follow the Be The Change for Animals on Twitter with the Hashtag: #BtC4A
Website: BtC4animals.com
Mission:  Where everyday advocates band together to make the world a better place for animals.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BtC4Animals

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Adopt Me Monday – July 14th


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Some may think of Mondays as boring or dread going back to work. I love Mondays as I get to feature lovely animals from Rolo’s former shelter the Fort McMurray SPCA. I went up to the shelter with my stepson Cameron on my usual Sunday for a visit. I brought treats for the dogs (for the ones who aren’t on special food). Do you know how I know I go to the FMSPCA lots…Luna the Yellow Lab was going out for a walk with a volunteer and she seen me and imediently sat down and waited for her treat.. Do you think I got her trained?? All the dogs must sit and get a photo taken in order to get a treat.

Heres some photos of only just a smidge of the animals the shelter has :)
photo 1 photo 2 photo 3 photo 4As I said it my last Monday’s blog post the FMSPCA got new swag and has more on its way :) Here is a photo of Rolo rocking his new electric blue bandana we also got one in lime green! I also bought myself a new shirt, I will post a photo later on in the week.
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If any of these animals Interest you (except Rolo as he is mine) The Fort McMurray SPCA is located at 155 MacAlpine Crescent in Fort McMurray, AB, Canada.
http://www.fortmcmurrrayspca.ca
Twitter: @FMSPCA
Facebook: Fort McMurray SPCA

HOURS OF OPERATION
ANIMAL VIEWING HOURS
Sun, Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat 12:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Closed Tuesdays, Statutory Holidays
SPCA RECEPTION
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM Daily, Except Statutory Holidays
GENERAL OPERATING HOURS
8:00 AM to 6:30 PM Daily


** Thank you for stopping by my blog and I hope you enjoy reading about something I am very passionate about; being an animal advocate. If you enjoy my blog be sure to share it with your friends & family and check us out on other social media pages! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rescuemomblog
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