Saturday, September 26, 2009

Yappy Happy Hour! - Kitty Hawk Hertiage Day and..


"Yappy Happy Hour" is today will continue every Saturday from 10:30am - Noon through Thanksgiving 2009. So, mark you calendars and join in on all the fun.

The World Famous, 10th Annual "Yappy Happy Hour!" is held at Outer Barks, located at 1171 Duck Road, in the Scarborough Lane Shops in Duck, NC.

This family fun pet event includes complimentary treats such as frozen Doggie Daiquiris & Arf D’ouevres for your pampered pet. There will also be (refreshments and munchies) for the humans inside the store at the same time.

The children's wading pool will be filled with water and a toy or two, ready to splash and have some fun. The Agility Course is waiting for your pets practice and enjoyment.

The most fun of all, everybody loves Ms. Robin & her help in creating unique Priceless Pet Paw Painting Art. There is so much going on at Happy Yappy Hour it is hard to list it all. OB just loves his Paw Painting! Thanks so much Miss Robin!

Today is Kitty Hawk Heritage Day and you can get FREE dog/cat bowls for donations to Coastal Humane Society

Sandy & Carolyn with the Coastal Humane Society will be the pottery vendors at the Kitty Hawk Heritage Day event on the Promenade in Kitty Hawk (last left exit before going onto the Bridge to the Mainland).

More important than selling their pottery, they will have their hand-thrown dog and cat dishes as gifts for donations of $10 and above to Coastal Humane Society. A donation of $10 and you can select 1 dish; a donation $18 and you get 2 dishes.

To see a sample photo of the Free dog & cat bowls for donations to the Coastal Humane Society please click on the provided link http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2009/09/kitty-hawk-heritage-day-and-free-dogcat.html

Today is also, The 6th Annual Outer Banks YMCA Dog Swim is a Fund raiser for "We Build People".

Please see this month’s veterinary article by Barrett Welch, DVM of the Animal Hospital of Nags Head, Rip Current Dangers & Your Dog! by visiting the Pampered Pets Guide http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2009/09/rip-current-dangers-your-dog.html

Visit the Pampered Pets Guide mascot, "OB" online, watch for him on Outer Banks TV 12 & during Animal Planet on prime time & don’t forget to register for your free “Pampered Pets Club” membership card for Valuable Discounts, Waived Pet Fees, Free Gifts & more at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/ to view all of the weekly, monthly and annual Outer Banks Pet Events by clicking on the "Pet Events" button.

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online and feel free to look around and explore all the Pet Friendly Outer Banks has to Offer at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Friday, September 25, 2009

Kitty Hawk Heritage Day and FREE dog/cat bowls for donations to Coastal Humane Society Sept 26th and...


Kitty Hawk Heritage Day and FREE dog/cat bowls for donations to Coastal Humane Society

Saturday September 26th is Kitty Hawk Heritage Day!

Sandy & Carolyn with the Coastal Humane Society will be the pottery vendors at the Kitty Hawk Heritage Day event on the Promenade in Kitty Hawk (last left exit before going onto the Bridge to the Mainland).

More important than selling their pottery, they will have their hand-thrown dog and cat dishes as gifts for donations of $10 and above to Coastal Humane Society. A donation of $10 and you can select 1 dish; a donation $18 and you get 2 dishes.

See example photo above & We Hope to see you Saturday!

The time will come when public opinion will no longer tolerate amusements based on
the mistreatment and killing of animals...

Today is also :

*2nd Annual Customer Appreciation Day
Every Friday stop in for your free Doggie Treat Bagand Free Bumper Sticker
at The Holistic Pet Shop located in the Seagate Noth Shopping Center in Kill Devil Hills, NC

Please see this month’s veterinary article by Barrett Welch, DVM of the Animal Hospital of Nags Head, Rip Current Dangers & Your Dog! by visiting the Pampered Pets Guide http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2009/09/rip-current-dangers-your-dog.html

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/ to view all of the weekly, monthly and annual Outer Banks Pet Events by clicking on the "Pet Events" button.

Visit the Pampered Pets Guide mascot, "OB" online, watch for him on Outer Banks TV 12 & during Animal Planet on prime time & don’t forget to register for your free “Pampered Pets Club” membership card for Valuable Discounts, Waived Pet Fees, Free Gifts & more at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online and feel free to look around and explore all the Pet Friendly Outer Banks has to Offer at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Thursday, September 24, 2009

First Day of National Dog Week


Today Thursday, September 24th marks the first day of National Dog Week for the year 2009.

This annual National Celebration is a great time to spend some quality time with you Dog.

Since all of the time limits and restrictions on pet beach access have been lifted on the Outer Banks of NC and the weather has cooled down, it's a great time to take advantage of the beach.

Be sure to check the leash laws as each township does have different laws. You can see the leash laws for the Outer Banks by visiting the Pampered Pets Guide online at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/ and click on "Leash Laws".

This would also be a great time to have a family fun picture day to update current photos of your pets and family.

Have fun this week and enjoy life :-)

Please see this month’s veterinary article by Barrett Welch, DVM of the Animal Hospital of Nags Head, Rip Current Dangers & Your Dog! by visiting the Pampered Pets Guide http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2009/09/rip-current-dangers-your-dog.html

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/ to view all of the weekly, monthly and annual Outer Banks Pet Events by clicking on the "Pet Events" button.

Visit the Pampered Pets Guide mascot, "OB" online, watch for him on Outer Banks TV 12 & during Animal Planet on prime time & don’t forget to register for your free “Pampered Pets Club” membership card for Valuable Discounts, Waived Pet Fees, Free Gifts & more at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online and feel free to look around and explore all the Pet Friendly Outer Banks has to Offer at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Wine Festival at the Whalehead Club - Pets Welcome!


The WINE FESTIVAL is Every Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 7 pm JULY, AUGUST, & SEPTEMBER 2009 at the historic Whalehead Club in Corolla, NC.

Come and celebrate the interesting world of wines! All wine connoisseurs and novices are welcome! Enjoy a Wednesday afternoon of wine tasting under the tents on the North Lawn of the Whalehead Club at Currituck Heritage Park. With your $20 admission adults can sample wines from North Carolina and around the world; keep your souvenir glass; take a complimentary tour of the Whalehead Club; listen to popular local musical artists perform on the stage; sample food from local vendors. Children are also welcome at no charge. Bring your pets on a leash. Parking is free.

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/ to view all of the weekly, monthly and annual Outer Banks Pet Events by clicking on the "Pet Events" button.

Please see this month’s veterinary article by Barrett Welch, DVM of the Animal Hospital of Nags Head, Rip Current Dangers & Your Dog! by visiting the Pampered Pets Guide http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2009/09/rip-current-dangers-your-dog.html

Visit the Pampered Pets Guide mascot, "OB" online, watch for him on Outer Banks TV 12 & during Animal Planet on prime time & don’t forget to register for your free “Pampered Pets Club” membership card for Valuable Discounts, Waived Pet Fees, Free Gifts & more at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online and feel free to look around and explore all the Pet Friendly Outer Banks has to Offer at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

National Dog Week starts Sept. 24th 2009


The last week of September of each year marks the Celebration of "National Dog Week".

This year due to the way the calendar falls the 2009 National Dog Week will start on Thursday September 24th and run through Wednesday September 30th 2009.

This is the perfect time to schedule some quality time with your furry friends.

We will be posting special ideas for quality time with your dog soon. If you would like to add to our list of ideas please e-mail us at info@pamperedpetsguide.com we would love to hear from you.

Please see this month’s veterinary article by Barrett Welch, DVM of the Animal Hospital of Nags Head, Rip Current Dangers & Your Dog! by visiting the Pampered Pets Guide http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2009/09/rip-current-dangers-your-dog.html

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/ to view all of the weekly, monthly and annual Outer Banks Pet Events by clicking on the "Pet Events" button.

Visit the Pampered Pets Guide mascot, "OB" online, watch for him on Outer Banks TV 12 & during Animal Planet on prime time & don’t forget to register for your free “Pampered Pets Club” membership card for Valuable Discounts, Waived Pet Fees, Free Gifts & more at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online and feel free to look around and explore all the Pet Friendly Outer Banks has to Offer at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Monday, September 21, 2009

6th Annual Outer Banks YMCA Dog Swim Sept. 26th


The 6th Annual Outer Banks YMCA Dog Swim is a Fund raiser for "We Build People".

This end of season annual pet event will take place on Saturday Sept. 26th 2009, so mark your calendars.

For contact information on this Outer Banks Pet Event and outer weekly, monthly and annual events please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/ and click on the "Pet Events" Bottton.

Please see this month’s veterinary article by Barrett Welch, DVM of the Animal Hospital of Nags Head, Rip Current Dangers & Your Dog! by visiting the Pampered Pets Guide http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2009/09/rip-current-dangers-your-dog.html

Visit the Pampered Pets Guide mascot, "OB" online, watch for him on Outer Banks TV 12 & during Animal Planet on prime time & don’t forget to register for your free “Pampered Pets Club” membership card for Valuable Discounts, Waived Pet Fees, Free Gifts & more at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online and feel free to look around and explore all the Pet Friendly Outer Banks has to Offer at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Animal Lovers Assistance League - NEW POLICIES HELP MAKE ADOPTIONS MORE AFFORDABLE


The Animal Lovers Assistance League has just implemented two new policies at the
Currituck Animal Shelter which will help make adopting a new pet even easier. The
new "Sponsor a Pet Adoption" policy allows for a person who would like to help a
special animal get adopted but he has no space, or the person has other limitations
that prevent him from being able to adopt the animal himself, but he wants to help
someone else adopt that animal. The sponsor donates the cost of the adoption fee,
which is $45.00 for a kitten; $85. for a cat; $75.00 for a puppy who is too young to
yet receive his rabies vaccination; and $87.00 for a dog, which includes his rabies
vaccination and other vaccinations. Our first recipient of such a sponsorship is
our beautiful snow white cat Casper. Through our "Pets for Seniors" Senior citizens
are also eligible to receive a Senior Discount of $25.00 off of the adoption of any
shelter animal.

Another new policy, "Free at Six " waives the adoption fee completely for an animal
who has been at the shelter for at least six months, provided that the perspective
owner meets the criteria set forth in the Adoption Contract. The adoption of some
breeds requires a satisfactory home visit and an owner background check before they
can be adopted.

Please contact the Currituck Animal Shelter at (252) 457-0011 to find out about how
you may go about participating in these new ways of helping animals find a new
loving home.

Ginger Sikes, President of the Animal Lovers Assistance League, Inc. http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2008/11/ginger-sikes-president-of-animal-lovers.html

Please see this month’s veterinary article by Barrett Welch, DVM of the Animal Hospital of Nags Head, Rip Current Dangers & Your Dog! by visiting the Pampered Pets Guide http://pamperedpetsguide.blogspot.com/2009/09/rip-current-dangers-your-dog.html

Visit the Pampered Pets Guide mascot, "OB" online, watch for him on Outer Banks TV 12 & during Animal Planet on prime time & don’t forget to register for your free “Pampered Pets Club” membership card for Valuable Discounts, Waived Pet Fees, Free Gifts & more at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/

Please visit the Pampered Pets Guide online and feel free to look around and explore all the Pet Friendly Outer Banks has to Offer at http://www.pamperedpetsguide.com/