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We’re Headin’ Out to the ‘Burbs!

12 Apr

Come see us tomorrow at the Old Westbury Gardens Petco on Long Island! We’ll be joining Long Island Bulldog Rescue and Mid-Atlantic Bulldog Rescue out there to help spread some pittie love and get some doggies adopted!

We’ll definitely have Helena with us:



And also the beautiful Lala:



And if we don’t see you there, have a great weekend!

Come Meet Us!

1 Mar

We’re having a small event tomorrow in Inwood to help promote Bully Project, fostering, adoption and responsible training. You’ll be able to meet us, along with adoptables Archer and Andrew and maybe some other special guests! Dot from Dot’s Dog Training & Pet Services will be on hand to answer your most pressing training questions, and we’ll be right in front of Furry Fiends – one of the best pet shops in the area!

Furry Fiends Event

So come out and say, “Hey!”


Halloween Weekend Fun

28 Oct

Creature Ball 2011

In New York, it seems like Halloween has gone to the dogs! Just take a look at the pics from the Tompkins Square Park Dog Run Halloween Parade. There aren’t many Pitties in these pics – maybe they are smarter and just watch from the sidelines? Because this is THAT TOUCH OF PIT, we need to share some fun pittie pics.

For more great pics of Pitties all dressed up…and, in JUNE, check out our friends at  Two Pitties in the City.

Anywho, back to Halloween in NYC… if you like to celebrate the spookiest holiday and can get dressed up WITHOUT your four-legged friend, why not attend the Mayor’s Alliance‘s first ever Creature Ball this Saturday at the Surrogate’s Court?

Shopping and Adoption 

Sometimes, the best way to get animals adopted is to bring them to the people! Adoption vans and offsite events are perfect opportunities to attract potential adopters. That is why we are so happy to hear that the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals just received a brand-spanking new set a wheels from Petco! This will be a great tool to help the homeless dogs and cats of NYC find their forever homes.

The van will go to great use this month with a very cool and innovative event in midtown Manhattan. Throughout November, the RS POP-UP at the Roger Smith Hotel will feature adoptable Alliance dogs and cats while also selling pet products and accessories from brands like Stella & Chewy’sSturdi and Ducky World. If you would like to check out the event, you can attend the special ribbon-cutting for the brand new Mayor’s Alliance adoption van on Wednesday, November 2, from 5:00–8:00 p.m. (RSVP to pr@lionesquemedia.com). Attendees will enjoy complimentary wine, Twisted Lemonade, and Pop Chips while meeting adorable animals for adoption or checking out the cool pet products for sale.

In addition to the adoptable dogs and cats from the Alliance that will be shown everyday through November, on every Wednesday the  adoption van will be parked curbside from 5:00–8:00 p.m. with even more animals for adoption from affiliate rescue organizations, such as Dog Habitat RescueKittyKindMetroMaltsPicasso Veterinary Fund® of the Mayor’s AlliancePosh Pets RescueSean Casey Animal Rescue, and others.

For more information on this event, click here.

Have a great weekend, and please remember if you plan to dress up your pet, use these helpful tips from the ASPCA.

Halloween Costume Tips for Your Furry Friends

Halloween Costume Tips

Even though our fur kids can look pretty smashing in a pumpkin or pirate costume, many pets can have adverse reactions to a constrictive outfit or its irritating materials. Remember, pet parents, animals are most comfortable hanging out in their birthday suits. But in the spirit of all that’s ghoulish, the ASPCA offers some helpful costume tips to keep you and your pet singing “trick-or-treat!” all the way to November 1.

  • Schedule a dress rehearsal and try on costumes well before the big night. Please don’t put your dog or cat in a costume UNLESS you know he or she loves it (yup, a few pets are real hams!). If your pet seems distressed or shows abnormal behavior, consider letting him go au naturale or in a simple, festive bandana.
  • Does your pet have sensitive skin? Even those with hearty coats can have allergic reactions to the synthetic materials found in many costumes. While you ride a sugar high, your pet might be uncomfortably scratching the night away.
  • If you do dress up your pet, be sure the costume isn’t annoying or unsafe, and make absolutely sure it doesn’t limit your pet’s movement, hearing, vision or ability to breathe or bark.
  • It’s best to avoid costumes with lots of sequins or other dangling parts that your pet could eat or choke on. If your pet ingests something poisonous, immediately contact your vet or the ASPCA’s 24-hour poison control hotline at (888) 426-4435.
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