Hugs is the queen of the show in Goldsmith family

July 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

Who wouldn’t notice this? A pair of people walking by with two enormous dogs, and then, at a fraction of the size, one very little dog? We couldn’t resist and had to stop them and find out more. The Goldsmith family moved from California to here about six years ago and just love it. They brought with them their unlikely group of pets. Mom Lisa Goldsmith said she likes [...]

Six Dogs. One Mission. Six Weeks.

June 25, 2015 // 0 Comments

  “Project 616” to graduate its first class of previous shelter dogs  The Kent County Animal Shelter has teamed up with Whiskers University, Whiskers Resort and Pet Spa and Vicky’s Pet Connection for a great new program to highlight the value of shelter dogs as companions and prepare them for a successful, life-long adoption. “Project 616” is a six-week [...]

Pets and Winter – Let’s Keep Them Safe Out There

January 29, 2009 // 0 Comments

by SAM HYER Pets need more than just a fur coat to keep warm and safe in winter. Cold weather has safety and health concerns for both people and pets. As a responsible owner, it is important to pay attention to your pet’s well-being during the cold Michigan winter. The American Kennel Club® and I, offer the following advice to help you and your pet survive the [...]