Archive for February, 2010

Win Prizes with Our “Friends and Fans” Program

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

We wanted to find a fun way to reward our loyal Scout’s House followers and thought, “Hey, let’s do a “Friends and Fans” program and give stuff away!”  And that’s exactly what we’re going to do. 

So here’s how to play:  just read this blog (to make that easy, just hit the subscribe button), follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/scoutshouse), or become our fan on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/scoutshouse) and watch for our Friends & Fans announcements and you could win prizes—including free rehab sessions for your pet—and learn about discounts, special promotions, and news that only Friends and Fans will get. 

So keep your eyes open–the first one’s coming soon!

Win Prizes with Our "Friends and Fans" Program

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

We wanted to find a fun way to reward our loyal Scout’s House followers and thought, “Hey, let’s do a “Friends and Fans” program and give stuff away!”  And that’s exactly what we’re going to do. 

So here’s how to play:  just read this blog (to make that easy, just hit the subscribe button), follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/scoutshouse), or become our fan on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/scoutshouse) and watch for our Friends & Fans announcements and you could win prizes—including free rehab sessions for your pet—and learn about discounts, special promotions, and news that only Friends and Fans will get. 

So keep your eyes open–the first one’s coming soon!

The Controversy Around No-Kill Animal Shelters

Monday, February 15th, 2010

How in the world could anyone oppose a no-kill animal shelter?   Join Scout’s House tomorrow, February 16th, at 1pm Pacific when we talk to Lisa Simmons, Executive Director of Pets In Need, a no-kill shelter in Redwood City, California, about the no-kill shelter concept and why some people hate the idea.  Only on PDX.FM http://www.specialpetsspecialneeds.com

Innovative New Website Now Available for People with “Special Needs” Pets

Friday, February 12th, 2010

Scout’s House’s “bigger and better” website (https://www.scoutshouse.com) is up and running with a lot of great information and products for people with “special needs” pets, including informational and how-to videos, research papers, helpful links to veterinary medical websites with reliable information about conditions and diseases affecting dogs and cats, and podcasts. We’ll be adding a lot more info–including information specifically for veterinary professionals and a community forum–in the coming weeks, so be sure to check back.

Innovative New Website Now Available for People with "Special Needs" Pets

Friday, February 12th, 2010

Scout’s House’s “bigger and better” website (https://www.scoutshouse.com) is up and running with a lot of great information and products for people with “special needs” pets, including informational and how-to videos, research papers, helpful links to veterinary medical websites with reliable information about conditions and diseases affecting dogs and cats, and podcasts. We’ll be adding a lot more info–including information specifically for veterinary professionals and a community forum–in the coming weeks, so be sure to check back.