Charlie on 04/29/2016
Riley Lewis is our future; he is the future for the continued success of York Adopt a Pet.
His mother, Amy Lewis, has been volunteering for several years and Riley has been her constant companion and assistant since day one. He is not only efficient and knowledgeable, but he has the “animal” touch.
Gail Nordlund • email@example.com on 04/25/2016
We are entering a wonderful time of the year.
I love the spring and the beauty of all of the trees and flowers that are starting to take bloom. It is fun to walk my dogs through the park again without bundling up in a winter coat. But, along with the warm weather, there comes the dreaded ticks and fleas seem to jump out of nowhere. If you have not already done so, you need to protect your pets with a preventative that will keep them from getting ticks, fleas and heartworm.
LaMoine Roth • firstname.lastname@example.org on 04/15/2016
If you haven’t had a chance to read Gail Nordlund’s Paws for Pets article last Friday on pet responsibility, please take the time to go on either York Adopt a Pet or York News Times websites and read it.
I am going to reiterate some of her points because when I was reading the article I kept saying to myself “this is SO true!”
Gail Nordlund • email@example.com on 04/10/2016
I cringe every time I see someone posting a free pet on a website or in the newspaper.
I want to contact each and every person to tell them they are potentially putting their pet in harm’s way by doing so.