A Day in the Life of a KHS Foster Family: Petey the Tripod; Day...we lost track!

I could watch Petey and Bruno play all day long! They lunge and flop and do somersaults all around each other. Petey will grab Bruno's feet and legs and Bruno will nibble on Petey's sides. They both make similar growly noises as they roll around on the floor. Sometimes they get tired but don't want to stop so they will both lie down and proceed to paw at each other and bite each other's noses. It never gets old.

Holiday Wishes for Scarlet

For many of us holidays are a time for celebration, warmth, comfort and time spent with our families, friends and pets.

Over the holidays, Scarlet's recovery has given us something to truly celebrate. While many of us were feasting, Scarlet was doing the same. We are thankful to announce she is currently at her full calorie intake and has gained back 10% of her body weight. Although she has a long road for recovery, she has been active and slowly showing her personality again.

Don't forget: New hours coming soon!

New Year, New Hours!
Effective January 1, 2011, KHS will begin seasonal hours of operation. See below for the details, and help us spread the word.

Pet Viewing & Adoptions
M, W, F, Sa, Su – Noon-5:30 p.m. (Adoptions close at 5:00 p.m.) Th – Noon-6:30 p.m. (Adoptions close at 6:00 p.m.)

M, W, Th, F, Sa, Su – 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

The Holiday Spirit

I was feeling a big rushed and stressed out this evening when I came home from work. I am not done with Christmas shopping, family members have been sick, I have a bunch of extra work to do at home this evening, etc. etc. I decided to sit down at the computer and see what was going on with our KHS Facebook community. Lo and behold the following is what I found...

Scarlet's Recovery Update

Message from our vet: Scarlet is bright and interactive. She continues to show improvements and has begun gaining weight at a faster, healthy rate. We've been increasing her food intake and she seems to be tolerating it well. Her bloodwork results came back and were typical for a dog suffering from starvation. Close monitoring of her progress remains a priority.

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