PLL's Labor Day adoption special
Aloha Sonoma. With Labor Day upon us and the second wave of kitten season in full swing, we are taking this opportunity to share the bounty of our resources with you all. On Friday and Saturday, Sept. 2 and 3, only, Pets Lifeline will have a Labor Day Back-to-School special with adult cats at just $5, kittens at $10 and the chihuahua-palooza of a deal with all adult chihuahuas at $10 a pound.
This is in no way meant to cheapen our furry friends, but to expand the horizons of our adoption options. Our goal is always to find the best home for the animals and since we have plenty to go around - we want you to meet your match. Come on down and see if you meet that "special friend" to bring home.
We have the most adorable chihuahuas in Lucy, Lily and Cosita who have all been working out to stay trim and fit and are just waiting to tip the scales for their weigh in. At $10 a pound, it's a deal no matter what.
So only two weeks left to the Black Cat Cabaret. If you don't have your tickets yet, please don't wait until the last minute. I would hate to have to turn folks away from this spectacular event.
Thelma Houston will give you goosebumps when she sings and the artists, who have performed in such Cirque du Soleil shows as "Quidam," "Ka" and "Zumanity," just to name a few, are some of the best in the country. And the kids from Le PeTiT CiRqUe - did I mention they are so hot they were asked to open for Justin Bieber and Beyonce? For tickets go to www.petslifeline.org or call 938-4626, ext. 1. There may still be a few left. Trust me, you don't want to miss it!
And once you adopt that precious pooch at our Labor Day special, it will be handy to have some training tools to enhance that lifelong bond. It is not too late to sign up for the fall session of dog training classes at Pets Lifeline. We are extremely fortunate to have the experienced and talented Holly McArthur to lead the classes. Holly is a certified professional dog trainer and behavior counselor who has studied animal behavior and training for more than a decade.
She is passionate about keeping people and pets together, using her background as a communications professional to find creative ways to help clients understand their dog's behavior.
There is a six-week Family Dog 1 and a four-week Family Dog 2 class for those looking to improve their dog's manners. Want to try something a little different this fall? These classes will help you improve your relationship with your dog and are wonderful ways to keep your dog physically and mentally occupied during the fall and into the winter. Small classes with lots of personal attention begin Sept. 13. Past graduates gave us great feedback on how much they enjoyed the atmosphere in the class.
To register, go to www.petslifeline.org for more information and a link to register online. The classes are filling up fast, so if you act now you may be able to grab a spot. If not, you can watch for the late fall schedule with classes to begin in November at the Sonoma Community Center.