Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Here's some ratties that need new forever homes

DogTime launches 'Save a Dog' Facebook app


Chances are, your Facebook time is devoted to some pretty serious stuff: trying to determine whether your high school boyfriend is now bald, learning which Golden Girl you most resemble, that sort of thing. But imagine if you could use this precious time for even worthier endeavors, like helping dogs in shelters around the country.
Dog lovers, now you can.

Save a Dog

Save a Dog is DogTime's brand-new Facebook application--and the only one leveraging social media to help real dogs in need of homes. The way it works is simple. Once you install the Save a Dog application, you earn points by simply selecting one of the actions presented (for example, "foster a dog" or "walk your dog"). For every 2500 points you earn, Dogtime donates the financial equivalent of a cup of food to RescueGroups.org. Here's the great part: It's free to use. The only thing you spend is a moment of your time. And yep, you're helping to save real dogs.

Rescue is in DogTime's bones

DogTime's mission has always been about helping dogs, specifically keeping them happy, well-behaved, and in good homes by providing straightforward information to the humans who love them. With Save a Dog, we're taking the effort a step further by actually supplying needed resources to shelters and the volunteers who run them.

Find out more about how easy is it is to sign up for Facebook--and help save dogs--with just a click of the mouse...


(254) 717-2417
Eddy, TX 76524


Please contact Shirlene (Lovetospare@peoplepc.com) for more information about this pet.Maggie was found running along Lasalle in a rainstorm on a Sunday afternoon. My friend saw her in her rearview mirror, and had to go back and pick her up. Maggie had heartworms and was undernourished. She has been treated and fattened up. She just wants to be a lap dog. She would be great for older folks who want a quiet companion. 
And here's another:
Photo of Sissy


(936) 444-2080
206-A South Loop 336W 332
Conroe, TX 77304


See Sissy's Homepage

Meet Sissy.  She is a female Rat Terrier adult that weighs about 17 lbs.  She is very well behaved and has great house manners.  She is crate, leash and house trained.  She gets along well with other pets and does not seem to mind cats.  She has had her shots and been spayed.  She did test positive for heart worms and has been started on her monthly heartworm prevention which she will need to stay on and then be retested in 6 months to re-evaluate her heartworm status.  We are not going to put her thru heartworm treatment at this time.  If you are interested in meeting  Sissy  in person please go to our home page at www.spcaofmc.com and fill out an on line adoption application so we can set up a time for you to come and meet this pet in person to see if it is the right new pet for you and your family.  Thank you for considering a rescue pet.  Please spay or neuter your pets.
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  1. I noticed your great post on the Save-a-dog Facebook application and I wanted to reach out and find out if you'd like to join DogTime Media's blog network? It's a great way to gain more exposure to your site and be part of the largest blog network dedicated to pets. Please contact me at christina@dogtimemedia.com if you're interested.