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January 2013

New Year for the Strays Trivia Night

 

Please join us for another year of fabulous trivia benefiting local animal welfare organizations!  this year, we have 10 programs or organizations benefiting from the event and it will be bigger than ever!  Raffles, Games, Silent Auction, Information Booths and More!

Tickets are $35 per person or $350 for a table of ten.

Beer, Wine & Soda are included in your tick…

What to do With Your Pups this Winter

  By Jen Fuhrman, GPG Blogger/Volunteer

You know, we’re not the only ones that get cabin fever in the winter! You may be noticing already that your pups are spending a bit less time outside than usual – I know mine are. Instead of wrestling in the yard for most of the morning before I head off to work, they go outside to take a trot for a few minutes, then right back inside and…

Gateway Pet Gazette

2013: January Edition

 

One of the hardest things about animal rescue is taking in a feral dog off the streets. It’s a task that most people are just not up for, but for the brave few who do, they know how big of a difference they make in the lives of these neglected animals. This is the story of Malcolm.  His story →

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The Transformation of a Feral Dog

One of the hardest things about animal rescue is taking in a feral dog off the streets. It’s a task that most people are just not up for, but for the brave few who do, they know how big of a difference they make in the lives of these neglected animals. This is the story of Malcolm.

A Letter from Belinda Paine: 
By now I’m sure everyone knows our story. For those who do not and for thos…

Myth Buster: Will Chocolate Kill My Dog?

By Shannon Miller, GPG Volunteer/Blogger

If you’re reading this hoping we’ll say new scientific evidence shows that you and your dog can share a bag of Hershey’s Kisses this Friday night, sorry — you’re out of luck. But according to an urban legend in the Miller household, my childhood dog once got into a bag of chocolate Halloween candy and lived to digest it the next morning. T…

Community Outreach in East St. Louis

By Ashley Riley, GPG Vice President

One of our biggest goals at Gateway Pet Guardians is not only to rescue animals, but also prevent animals from having to be rescued in the future and help make the lives of owned pets in East St. Louis the best they can possibly be.  Part of that mission involves a lot of community outreach and education on our part.

In the month of December, w…

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