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The Most Effective Dog Fence System in the Richmond Area
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23
April

True Believers

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The worst day of my life was when my dog decided he would no longer stay at home – he would come and go as he pleased taking the other dog with him.  Having lived in Beaverdam for thirty years I know that times have changed and dogs may no longer travel at will – too many people, houses, and automobiles.

The best day of my life was when I called Contain-A-Pet.  Even though co-workers and friends assured me I was “throwing my money away” and that the invisible fence would definitely not work, I decided to give it a try.  I chose Contain-A-Pet because it was locally owned and was listed in the Yellow Pages.  I was very impressed with Contain-A-Pet of Richmonds – knowledge, love of dogs, and commitment to good customer service is unsurpassed.   I had my fence within the week and by the next week the dogs had been trained by and running free.

My dogs use a pet door through my garage.  I never worry about letting them in  or out and, more important, I don’t have to worry about them going off my property.  They have never attempted to go out of the boundaries since the day they were trained and I have had my fence since November, 2009.  As if a money back guarantee was not enough, they also moved my fence, not once, but twice, with no cost to me when neighbors decided to widen the lane.

I cannot say enough about the honesty and integrity of Contain-A-Pet of Richmond – I’m a believer!!!!

The Stanleys

Beaverdam, VA

Category : Richmond Pet Fence Pets
24
February

Bellas Snow Day

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Contain-A-Pet of Richmond has been nothing but helpful, responsive and genuinely interested in the care and happiness of our yellow lab, Bella.

When we had the fence installed, they offered great advice on how to best train and teach Bella. It was clear to us that they had her best interests at heart…they weren’t just there to install the fence and run. Their follow-up service has been excellent. We would wholeheartedly recommend them.

The Lenerts

Charlottesvilledan Bellas Snow Day

Category : Richmond Pet Fence Pets
16
February

Pet Expo is a unique indoor event where you can bring your pet to enjoy a day of fun and excitement with the whole family! All proceeds benefit Henrico Humane Society! Over 90 exhibitors that sell animal-related goods and services will be on hand, plus many animal rescue groups. Activities are scheduled throughout the day, many of which you can do with your pet! Admission Admission $10 for adults $5 for children 2-12 Free for children under 2 *Additional charges for some activities. Attractions Pet participation encouraged for: • Agility Course ($2) • Puppy Races (for puppies 4-10 months old) • Dog Contests ($2 per entry or 6 for $10) • Dog Fashion Show • Caricature Drawings Ongoing attractions and events throughout the day: • Petting Zoo ($1) • Henrico Humane Society Dog Adoptions • Silent Auction Contest Info: Contests will be held twice during the Pet Expo – once at 12:00 pm and again at 2:30 pm. Contests categories will be (in the order that they will be held): • Frosty Paws Eating • Prettiest Eyes • Unusual Breed • Best Kisser • Best Costume Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place. Tickets are $2 per entry and can be purchased 1 hour before contests start at the Ticket Table adjacent to the Main Ring.

Date: 02/20/2010
Time: 10:00 am – 04:00 pm
Location: The Showplace in Mechanicsville
Address: 3000 Mechanicsville Turnkpike
Richmond, Virginia 23111

Category : Richmond Dog
12
February

Date: 02/12/2010
Time: 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Address:2519 Hermitage Road
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Phone: 804-521-1318
Eighth Annual Have a Heart Party Presented by Car Pool Car Wash & Detail! Join us for a simply sweet party and silent auction to benefit the homeless pets cared for at the Richmond SPCA. Have a Heart is pet-friendly, so your furry four-legged pals can enjoy this Valentine too! Music by Quatro na Bossa, a fantastic Bossa Nova band. Our Lora Robins Gift Shop and adoption center will be open during this event. Please click here to purchase tickets. * Food by Crossroads Catering and The Melting Pot * Presenting Sponsor: Car Pool Car Wash & Detail * Silent Auction Sponsor: Holiday Barn Pet Resorts * Treats Sponsor: Three Dog Bakery * Media Sponsor: Richmond Times-Dispatch, RichmondPetLovers.com * Supporting Sponsor: Wendy’s Menu: Fondue sampling from The Melting Pot; Mediterranean Assortment including Hummus, Baba Ganoush, Thyme-Marinated Olives, Cheese Crusted Flatbread; Mozzarella Caprese Bruschetta; Herb & Goat Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms; Chocolate Dipped Seasonal Fruit; Gourmet Cookies and Espresso Brownie Bites. Fees: $30 in advance, $40 at the door. $20 for designated drivers. Includes adult and other beverages and hors d’oeuvres.
Location: Richmond SPCA Robin-Starr Humane Center

Category : Richmond Dog
29
January

FETCH a Petlover Face-off

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FETCH a Petlover Face-off
DATE: This month
LOCATION: RichmondPetLovers.com

RichmondPetLovers.com wants you to be a fan and to help FETCH a Cure this month. For each new fan signed up during the month of January, RichmondPetLovers will donat $1 worth of advertising to FETCH. Go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/RichmondPetLovers.com/8540381181 and become a fan right now. Don’t forget to tell your friends.

Category : Richmond Dog
28
January

Valentine’s Day Pet Casserole to Go
With Richmond Animal League!
Dog-In-Spaghetti Richmond Animal League Valentines Day Casserole Dinner

DATE: February 14
LOCATION: Mosaic Cafe & Catering
River Road Shopping Center

MORE: Enjoy a Valentine’s Day Special Dinner or Sunday brunch. Reservations required. And don’t forget your canine buddy – order his or her casserole to go by February 13. Proceeds to benefit FETCH a Cure and Richmond Animal League. Go to www.mosaicedibles.com or call 288-7482.

Category : Richmond Dog
1
December

Can Dogs And Cats Get H1N1?

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Can dogs get H1N1? As it turns out, yes dogs can get a strain of the virus and it may be coming here to the USA.  In fact, it may already be here.  The American Medical Veterinary Association reported last month that a cat in Iowa had contacted the H1N1 virus. Since that point in time, two

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