I think the kazoo and chocolate-chip cookies have a lot in common. All you need is a mouth to appreciate either one. -Wally Amos Yesterday, January 28 was National Kazoo Day. Yes this might seem a random celebration of an…..
January 26, 2017 | Chris Roy | Your Rescue Stories,
It was a pleasure to be able to transport Lenny and Ziggy up to St. Mary's after their surgeries and I hope they heal well. Then on the return was Mocha, Pumpernickel, and Lord Faulteroy (excuse if misspelled). All so…..
Meet Bonnie and Clyde. Their family of five years called animal control to pick them up because they could no longer afford them. They ended up in a shelter in Alabama. They were brought to our attention and the great…..
January 25, 2017 | Chris Roy | Be Inspired, Your Rescue Stories,
Meet Momma! She is a Great Dane/Pit Bull Terrier Mix. Momma has been a stray for a few years in Memphis, Tennessee. A good samaritan had gotten her spayed and kept her current on shots. The temperature was about to…..
January 24, 2017 | Chris Roy | Doobert Features, Press Releases,
This Thursday, January 24th, Doobert will be at the Startup Milwaukee Showcase! This is a free event from 5:30-8:00 pm at Third Space Brewing in Milwaukee, WI. During the event you can connect with local startups and fellow entrepreneurs, support local…..
January 23, 2017 | Chris Roy | Doobert Features, Press Releases,
Doobert was featured in an article for BizTimes - Milwaukee Business News. The story focused on how Doobert was started and the challenges along the way. The Humane Animal Welfare Society in Waukesha mentions how Doobert can change the way…..
In every day, there are 1,440 minutes. That means we have 1,440 daily opportunities to make a positive impact. -Les Brown Have you ever heard of the 5 minute favor? No, I'm not talking about the one that someone asks…..
January 21, 2017 | Kim Kelly | Be Inspired, WP Blog Home Page - Main blog,
Before we delve deep into the science of the animal-human interaction, I wanted to describe another issue that is problematic in these studies which I’ve been struggling with quite a bit these last few weeks. It’s the problem of questionnaires…..