The Rx Order Process
Free Shipping on orders over $59
Home
Pet Rescue Rx. - Profits go to a shelter of your choice!
Questions? Call Us at 1-855-307-7940
100% of our Profits are Donated to an Animal Shelter or Rescue Group of your choice!

Newsletter


May 2017

In this issue:
 
Ask Dr. Buckley  
Adopt A Cat Month - June 2017  
Take Your Dog To Work Day!  
Shelter of the Week Awards  
 
“Ask Dr. Buckley"
In our most recent “Ask Dr. Buckley” column in the Buffalo News, Dr. Buckley discuses:  “National Pet Month”

Follow the link below to read the response! And remember to submit your questions to askdrbuckley@petrescuerx.com.   Your question/response may be published in a future column!!

Click here to view the response!
 
 
Adopt A Cat Month - June 2017

Each spring during “kitten season,” thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters across the country.

That means your local shelter has tons of cute, cuddly newborns, in addition to all the mellow, older cats and everything in between. And the shelter staff are ready to help you adopt your very first cat - or to bring home a friend for another beloved cat!

** brought to you in June by American Humane


 

Take Your Dog to Work Day - June 23, 2017

Sure, you've probably heard of Take Your Child to Work Day. 

Now, for dog lovers everywhere there's also Take Your Dog to Work Day! Mark your calendars for Friday, June 23, 2017 when every dog gets its day on Take Your Dog to Work Day.

First begun in 1999 by Pet Sitters International, the day is meant to "Spot"-light the benefits of dogs in our everyday lives. Did we also mention that dogs are a great way to de-stress at work?

Take Your Dog to Work Day ideas
Here are only a few ideas for hosting an event for dog lovers at your place of business that are guaranteed to make your job a little more "human":

  • Host a feel-good fund raiser by soliciting photos of employee dog owners and their dogs, then charge everyone an entry fee for judging a Dog/Owner Look-Alike Contest -- with all the proceeds going to your local pet shelter.
  • Put on a pet fair. Gather materials that are freely available from the ASPCA or local shelter, or ask a local pet sitter or pet store to help coordinate a Take Your Dog To Work Day where you work. There's lots of information to share with co-workers who may want to know more about popular dog breeds, adopting a dog, or their proper care, exercise and feeding.
  • Fun should also be a big part of the day, so grab your camera and take lots of photos of the day's other events. These might include a "Top Dog" contest for best trick or friendliest dog; an owner/dog luncheon featuring lots of dog treats; or a Best Dressed list of dogs in costume.
So why NOT take your dog to work? At least for a day.  Besides a sure-fire way to boost company morale, the national press garnered by Take Your Dog to Work Day is guaranteed to generate lots of good public relations for companies who choose to participate.

If management is still unsure about hosting A Take Your Dog to Work Day at your workplace, you might also point out that science has proven that walking your dog every day is actually good for you. Related research also shows that petting your dog can relieve stress and actually lower blood pressure.

Bottom line? More dogs = less doggone sick days.

http://www.chiff.com/business/take-your-dog-work-day.htm


 


April 30-May 6, 2017 - All Hounds on Deck
All Hounds on Deck began years ago when one woman rescued one hound. Now we are two people: Sandra Lunte and Elisabeth Grant-Gibson, and we have now rescued over 100 hounds in Northeastern Louisiana.
 
May 7-13, 2017 - Addicus' Legacy Dog Rescue
Addicus' Legacy Dog Rescue is a volunteer-powered 501(c)(3) non-profit. Your gift of compassion goes a long way in providing dogs with medical treatment and placement services. We will never turn away a dog because of his or her medical needs. We will do everyting in our power to support our dogs in every way we can.

May 14-20, 2017 - Eleventh Hour Rescue
Focusing on saving Death Row Animals from kill shelters; fostering them in a home; providing them with all the love and medical attention they require until they find their forever homes; educating the community about the animal over- population problem and the importance of spaying and neutering.

 
May 21-27, 2017 - Grand-Paws Senior Sancturary

Grand-paws mission is to rescue primarily large breed senior dogs who've been abandoned. We rescue from local high-kill shelters and let them live out their lives in our sanctuary or in one of our wonderful foster homes: happy, safe, and loved.

 

 


 
Instagram
Google+
Please use this link for proper methods of disposing unused medicine.
1-855-307-7940
Mon - Fri 9am to 5pm EST
Saturday 9:30am-12pm EST
Email Us

Pet Rescue Rx
PO Box 362
13760 Indian Falls Road
Akron, NY 14001

FLEA & TICK
Advantage II for Cats
Advantage II for Dogs
Assurity for Cats
Capstar
Comfortis
Frontline
K9 Advantix II for Dogs
HEARTWORM
Advantage Multi for Cats
Advantage Multi for Dogs
Heartgard Chewable for Dogs
Heartgard Chewables for Cats
Heartgard Plus Chewables
Iverhart Max
Revolution for Cats
PAIN
Azathioprine
Banamine Paste
Deramaxx Chew Tabs
Etodolac
EtoGesic
Gabapentin
Metacam
EAR
Animax Ointment
Baytril Otic
Epi-Otic Advanced Ear Cleanser
Otomax Ointment
Posatex
Simplicef
Tresaderm
JOINTS
Cosequin ASU Equine
Cosequin DS for Dogs
Cosequin for Cats
Dasuquin
Dasuquin Chew Tabs
Deramaxx Chew Tabs
Rimadyl