Most dogs today are family companions. We no longer expect them to hunt down our game or guard our livestock. No more is it their job to run faster, bark louder, or pull harder. There’s just one snag. Dogs didn’t get that memo. Not to worry. If you want a delightful companion for you and your family—a dog that comes when called, greets people politely, and generally is a breeze to live with—we can help!
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How My Pet Sitting Career Was Inspired I started walking and sitting for dogs in New Orleans in 2007 for my military friends while they were out of town or working late. I realized I loved it so much that I started my own business in 2010. Pet sitting has allowed me to travel, get exercise, and have the freedom self-employment provides. Pet sitting doesn’t feel like work, because it feeds my body and soul.
The doctors and staff at Algiers Animal Clinic have been working hard to keep your pets healthy and happy since 1967. We are located in Algiers on the Westbank of New Orleans and provide client parking in our private lot in front of our building. We feel the importance of building a one on one relationship with you and your pet(s) creates and establishes a calm and comfortable atmosphere. Please call to schedule an appointment or stop in to meet our staff and check out our facility for full veterinary services, products, boarding, and grooming. Our doctors are members of the American Animal Hospital Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association, and our local Veterinary Association. Our doctors and staff are caring, knowledgeable, and accessible. We strive to treat, educate, and care for our clients and patients with compassion. Services Advanced Dental Care We at Algiers Animal Clinic believe that dental care is extremely important to maintaining the health of your pet. We perform regular dental examinations with your pet’s annual or semi-annual visits to help keep them healthy and live longer. Benefits… [more] Digital Radiography Algiers Animal Clinic has recently added digital radiology to our […]
We’re here for your pet at any hour You can count on us to care for your pet when your regular day clinic isn’t open or if critical care is needed. We provide compassionate, expert care for your sick or injured pet, and peace of mind for you. Our state-of-the-art, 24/7 facility is staffed by experienced doctors and nurses committed to providing the attention and treatment your pet needs.
Animal Helper is an all-volunteer organization to help pets in the Greater New Orleans. Animal Helper was set up to help animals and their owners during this unique time in history after Katrina. Every living, breathing creature, no matter how big or small, was affected by Katrina. Many owned animals are still roaming the streets since Katrina. Some owned animals have turned feral. We have been feeding several dogs for several years now. We Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) feral cat colonies. We also feed feral cat colonies. We feed stray dogs and feral dog packs in New Orleans East. We rescue stray dogs, and the occasional cats. We then rehabilitate them in order to find them loving permanent homes. All of our animals are in foster homes in the Greater New Orleans area. All of our animals have been temperament tested prior to entering our organization. We are an all breed rescue. We have teamed up with a local high-kill shelter in the area. We are working with them to reduce their euthanasia rates. Other animals are found roaming the streets as strays. Occasionally we accept owner surrenders.
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Ark Animal Hospital is a family owned veterinary clinic serving the small animal health care needs of the Doylestown and Warminster areas. We’ve been a proud member of the community since 1993. Over the years we have worked tirelessly to establish ourselves as the veterinary provider of choice. Our goal is and always has been to deliver exceptional medical care in a way that places the needs of our clients and their pets first. We know that when we focus on what’s most important, we will achieve our mission every time. Our hospital is outfitted with cutting-edge technology which complements our extensive list of modern services. Beyond this, we are staffed with a team of compassionate individuals who take the art of caring for companion animals to a whole new level. It’s not just about taking the steps necessary to keep your pet well. It’s about doing so in a way that makes you both feel comfortable and at ease. We want you to feel as though you are part of the family because that’s exactly how we view you!
Belladoggie is devoted to keeping your canine companion healthy and active. Our 29,000 square foot, state-of-the-art resort offers everything your doggie’s heart desires. They’ll benefit from the latest in canine wellness and fitness regimens. It’s a comprehensive approach derived from owner Kim Dudek’s inspirational experience treating her own beloved dogs. Read More
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We provide a variety of veterinary medical services for cats, dogs and small animals in New Orleans and surrounding areas. Contact us today at (504) 200-2784 to schedule your pet care appointment with our friendly and dedicated veterinary team!
Founded in 2006, Canine Connection boasts 24-hour staffing, several outdoor play areas, private suites and a doggie swimming pool. Owners can check on their pets at any time using the company’s website, which features webcam monitoring individual rooms and group areas. The brightly painted front office is adorned with colorful pop art portraits of pups. The front of the facility houses Canine Culture, the company’s dog-centric retail store and grooming salon, where owners can find all kinds of treats for their pets. The company regularly sponsors events to benefit groups like the Louisiana SPCA, including BARKtoberfest, Dog Day Afternoon, Toasts & Tails, and Howling Success. And has a resale shop, NO Fleas Market at 4228 Magazine Street to benefit Animal Welfare by donating a portion of the proceeds to local shelters and rescue groups.
Central Bark Doggy Day Care is the original day care for dogs. Since 1997 our store locations have grown to support the growing number of people who realize dogs require regular social interaction for a happy and well-rounded lifestyle. As one of the nation’s largest networks of doggy daycares, we understand your busy lifestyle may sometimes make it difficult to give your pets the attention, socialization, training, exercise and mental stimulation necessary for your dog’s overall well being. Our team of professionally trained store owners and staff understand dogs are not just pets. They’re our friends, companions and family members. We take pride in treating each and every dog as if they were our own, understanding they’re individuals with unique personalities and needs.
The City Park (Hungarian: Városliget; German: Stadtwäldchen) is a public park close to the centre of Budapest, Hungary. It is a 0.9-by-0.6-mile (1,400 by 970 m) rectangle, with an area of 302 acres (1.2 km2), located in District XIV of Budapest. Its main entrance is at Heroes’ Square (Hősök tere), one of Hungary’s World Heritage sites.
Collie Rescue of South Louisiana is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) group comprised of volunteers who give of their time, ability and even their homes to help place Collies where they will be well cared for and loved. Our main goals are the protection of Collies already here, the prevention of further over-breeding and the education of any Collie owner who requests it.
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The Eye Center for Animals has been offering comprehensive veterinary ophthalmic medicine
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Gulf South Golden Retriever Rescue, Inc. (GSGRR) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization run by a small group of volunteers. We are home based in the Greater New Orleans, LA area, but have volunteers in the Gulf South and Northeast.
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The Humane Society of Louisiana protects and defends animals from cruelty, neglect and mistreatment. Through our cruelty investigation, crime prevention, education and animal care programs, we promote nonviolence and compassion for all animals statewide.
The Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter Department operates the two parish animal shelters at #1 Humane Way in East Jefferson and 1869 Ames Blvd. in Marrero. The shelters hold lost animals for-owners-to reclaim adopt out homeless animals to new owners and quarantine dogs and cats that have bitten. In addition the shelter investigates complaints of cruelty or neglect of animals. The shelters accept all animals turned over to them. Hours of operation and more information can be obtained by calling the East Bank shelter at 736-6111 or the West Bank shelter at 349-5111. Adoption fee is $67 and includes spaying and neutering, rabies, distemper and parvo vaccinations, microchipping and lice treatments.
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Labs4rescue is a volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing a new life for rescued or displaced Labrador Retrievers and Labrador Mixes.
Mid City Animal House is seriously awesome. We starting going to them after another boarding place in the city totally let us down (among other things, he was returned to us soaked in pee even after we paid for a bath prior to pick-up) and haven’t looked back!
New Orleans Pet Care was founded based on my love of animals and anxiety that surrounded my hectic business travel schedule and the stress of knowing that sometimes Remy was home all day long without a walk, a cookie and some kisses. Finding the balance was extremely difficult and when I found the perfect pet care provider… I found the balance. It was so important to me that I wanted to provide that peace of mind… to others.
New Orleans Pet Care was founded based on my love of animals and anxiety that surrounded my hectic business travel schedule and the stress of knowing that sometimes Remy was home all day long without a walk, a cookie and some kisses. Finding the balance was extremely difficult and when I found the perfect pet care provider… I found the balance. It was so important to me that I wanted to provide that peace of mind… to others. I am passionate about animals. Having Remy enriched my life immensely. Simply put, he was my pride and joy as well as my muse for beginning New Orleans Pet Care. I completely understand the love you have for your pets and how difficult it is to leave them while at work or while traveling on business or vacation. It is this understanding, which drives me to care for your own loved ones while also providing you peace of mind while you are away. I will take the necessary time to get to know you and your pet, learn routines and understand special requests and then tailor my service to fit your needs. I am a member of Pet Sitters International and National […]
Services include: Bathing Blood Tests Boarding Complete Vaccination Program
4.6 landscaped acres in beautiful City Park Separate play areas for small & big dogs Howdy entrance gates Water fountains for dogs & humans Shade pavilions Dog Wash Station An event lawn and a .25 mile walking trail Mutt Mitts for clean-up On-site restrooms
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Animal Rescue New Orleans (ARNO) is an organization created and dedicated to the rescue and aid of abandoned and homeless animals in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana and Mississippi, including responding to the immediate needs of those animals in need of medical care, or who have been neglected, abused and deprived of love. ARNO promotes the foster, adoption and reunion of pets with caretakers, as well as spaying/neutering of all companion animals. Adoption fees are $100 for cats and $150 for dogs and include all spaying and neutering, all shots, microchipping, combo testing for cats and heartworm treatment if necessary.
Dag’s House provides a place for dog owners to access information, education and services to ensure overall well-being, increase fitness and improve the quality of life of their dogs. Working closely with veterinarians and other pet healthcare professionals, New Orleans Canine Rehabilitation Group at Dag’s House requires a referral from your veterinarian. The services offered by Dag’s House are designed to complement the care of your veterinarian and are not a substitute for appropriate veterinary care.
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Gulf Coast Doberman Rescue, Inc. (formerly Baton Rouge Doberman Rescue) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. It is staffed entirely by non-paid volunteers with a mission to rescue, rehabilitate and place previously unwanted Dobermans in Louisiana and the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. We spend hours of our personal time, drive hundreds of miles and spend thousands of dollars to rescue unwanted and abused Dobermans. We are dedicated to the care and well being of the Doberman breed. Most of us have been involved with this breed for years. Some members are involved in conformation, agility, search and rescue and AKC obedience. We are always more than happy to answer any questions you may have about this breed.
The adoption process is straightforward and simple. It is designed to ensure that you get the dog of your dreams, one that will fit in well with your lifestyle, family and other pets. It is also designed so that your adopted greyhound will get the family of his/her dreams. Greyhounds can be expected to live in excess of 12 years. Please be aware that adopting a greyhound is a commitment for the life of the dog. There are four steps in the process: Completing and submitting the adoption application along with the $75.00 application fee. Interviewing with your local placement representative. Agreeing on the right greyhound for you, paying the balance of the $250.00 adoption fee, and taking possession of your new greyhound. Continuing support from GPA/LA&MS
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The Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter Department operates the two parish animal shelters at #1 Humane Way in East Jefferson and 1869 Ames Blvd. in Marrero. The shelters hold lost animals for-owners-to reclaim adopt out homeless animals to new owners and quarantine dogs and cats that have bitten. In addition the shelter investigates complaints of cruelty or neglect of animals. The shelters accept all animals turned over to them. Hours of operation and more information can be obtained by calling the East Bank shelter at 736-6111 or the West Bank shelter at 349-5111.
Looziana Basset Rescue is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing homeless and unwanted basset hounds in all parishes of Louisiana for the love of the breed. We primarily work with bassets and other hounds but also try to help other animals in need when possible. The dogs that come under our care receive thorough veterinary examinations, with all necessary treatment provided to restore them to good health. Our rescues are temperament tested and socialized in our loving, supportive foster homes or boarding facilities. We have a comprehensive adoption process, which includes home visits and veterinary references. In an average year, we take in 100 dogs and place the majority of them in well-matched, carefully screened permanent homes. Some of the senior basset hounds are placed in permanent foster homes to live out the rest of their lives. We are a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization. Our tax ID# is 72-1515888
Louisiana Boxer Rescue, located in New Orleans, provides a safe haven for boxers surrendered by their owners or that have come from an animal shelter. Unlike a shelter, our rescues live with a foster family during their interim where they are cared for and loved, receive behavior evaluations and observation that assists us in finding them the best suited permanent homes. They receive necessary veterinary care, including required vaccinations, spaying/neutering and heart worm treatment.
Founded in 2002, NOGSR is a small not-for-profit 501(c) 3 group dedicated to rescuing German shepherds in the greater New Orleans area. Most of the dogs come from local shelters. Some come from owners who have requested our help in finding a new home for their pet. We strive to save as many German shepherds as we can and to educate the public about this magnificent breed.