Next Coffee Bark - March 4th - FIDO 2017 Calendars available.
7-9 am, beside the Picnic House in the Long Meadow/
What's Coffee Bark
Renovated DOG Beach now open
And is it a beaut !!
New slate waterfront with stepping stones, redesigned fencing and new plantings at the ends.
Dog Beach 2016
FIDO members and neighbors attended a June dedication of a Memorial Bench honoring the late Tony Chiappelloni, FIDO President extraordinaire. Tony's nice Dorothy Difabio was on hand to accept an in memoriam book filled with "Tony" memorabilia.
FIDO President Gary Osgood.
Dorothy Difabio with FIDO's Deb Siner
The late, great Tony Chiappelloni
FIDO also marked the installation of 12 fishing line recycling containers, made by FIDO's Paul Kowacki, installed by Prospect Park staff, and maintained by W.I.L.D. These depositories are part of the local effort to save children, dogs and wildlife from being tangled and hurt by discarded fishing lines.
It's Official - Kensington Dog Run Funded.
"We got the funding--now the long design, bidding and building process. Fido's support helped this happen."
Contact Lynn Radov
A Positive Tail
What finer way to begin 2016 than to receive a one time donation of $250 from FIDO In Prospect Park's Steering Committee, a gift to Positive Tails that will help support their effort to provide grants to individuals who are in financial straits; who face a medical emergency with their pets. In the usual course of affairs, such people often direct their veterinarians to put the animal to sleep, as they cannot afford the procedure. Positive Tails furnishes grants to such people in hope to avoid such circumstances.
Find out more at www.positivetails.org/
left to right
FIDO President Garry Osgood on the extreme left; Dr. Brett Levitzke, DVM, Medical Director of VERG, President of Positive Tails; Lynn Radov, FIDO VP and presenter; Dr. Dennis Slade, DVM, VERG, Vice President of Positive Tails on the extreme right.
Next meeting of Kensington Dog Run Assoc...
Meeting - Proposed Kensington Dog Run
no meeting scheduled for the moment
Want to be part of this? Contact Lynn Radov, L.C.S.W. at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Does Your Dog Have a City Dog Tag/Rabies Tag?
New York City Health Department Dog License on-line registry - painless! Dog owners may apply and make payment online for a new dog license or renew an existing one.
BEST OF ALL, IF LOST, YOUR DOG CAN BE EASILY TRACED BACK TO YOU.
go to: https://a816-healthpsi.nyc.gov/DogLicense/doglicense/founddog?
The annual fee to license your dog is $8.50 if your dog is spayed or neutered. The fee is $34 if your dog is not spayed or neutered
See your veterinarian for rabies tags. Know that a lost dog can be traced back to the veterinarian who issued the rabies tag.
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