Shakespeare Animal Fund, a non-profit charity was founded after the loss of a beloved cocker spaniel "Shakespeare". He died after a very costly illness, and in his memory this fund was founded to help others who might face financial problems while trying to save their pets.
You can be a hero to people in need. Support the efforts of the Shakespeare Animal Fund with your donations of funding and of time.
Big Italian Fun to Support Shakespeare Animal Fund on October 2!
Reno, NV – Romano’s Macaroni Grill has teamed up with Shakespeare Animal Fund to bring you savings and savory entrees, all to support a local animal charity. Often billed as the little animal nonprofit in town that tackles a really big need, helping suffering and injured animals when their owners can’t afford veterinary care, the organization asks locals to come on out October 2nd to Macaroni Grill, 5505 S. Virginia, and get savings on wine, enjoy authentic Italian cuisine (all day, all evening) and a percentage of the proceeds will go to Shakespeare Animal Fund.
Dangerously hot pavement and metal surfaces are everywhere in the heat of summer.
It's easy to think that a dog's feet and pads are tough and can handle anything. Most people realize that foot pads can be injured by something sharp, but what about something hot? If walking or running on hard pavement is tough on your feet, it will be tough on your dog's feet, too.
Pavement, metal or tar-coated asphalt can get extremely hot in the summer sun. We remember for ourselves to wear shoes or sandals, walk on the grass and not sit down or touch these hot surfaces in the heat of the day. Please, remember your dog's feet in this summer heat. Burned or heat injured pads may not be easy to the see at first.
Be sure to look for these signs of burned pads: