WELCOME TO APRIL
[National Heartworm Awareness Month]
International Guide Dog Day
Last Wednesday in Aprill
World Veterinary Day
Last Saturday in April
APRIL 30TH IS THE LAST DAY FOR THE
WILD BLUE DOG CAMP EARLY BIRD SIGN UP!
Visit the Camp Trainers and Staff page for more details on what they do!
HAVE AN WONDERFUL MARCH FROM WILD BLUE DOGS!!!
National Pet Dental Health Month
Responsible Pet Owners Month
Love Your Pet Day
National Dog Biscuit Day
Did you know... Dogs that have their teeth brushed regularly live significantly longer than other dogs of the same breed? Interesting!
Wild Blue Dogs is more excited than ever about another year of Awesome Camps, Yappy Hours ...and Squirrel Appreciation!
National Squirrel Appreciation Day
is on January 21st!
So by all means, take your pups to the nearest squirrel tree, so we can all show our appreciation!
Wild Blue Dogs' 1 Year Anniversary
is on January 23rd!
January is also:
National Train Your Dog Month,
and Walk Your Pet Month!
DECEMBER 9TH & 16TH
1:00PM - 4:00PM
GET YOUR DOG'S PHOTO TAKEN
WITH THE BIG MAN HIMSELF... SANTA!
MAKE COOKIES WITH MRS. CLAUS
CRAFTS FOR THE KIDS...
OR THE KID IN YOU!
$10 Donation Suggested
CANINE'S & COCKTAILS
5:00PM - 9:00PM
STROLL THROUGH A WINTER WONDERLAND OF TWINKLING LIGHTS AND HOLIDAY DECORATIONS
CHRISTMAS CANINE COSTUME PARADE
S'MORES, HOT COCOA & HOLIDAY DRINKS
25% OFF ALL FOOD PURCHASES AT SIDELINES RESTAURANT
ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO TREATING
CANINE CANCER IN THE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE AREA
National Pet Cancer Awareness Month
National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week
First full week of November starting with a Sunday
Wild Blue Dogs is proud to announce...
that due to your generous support we are treating our first two patients!
Both Trojan and Max are receiving fully funded cancer care!
Learn more about the dogs we are helping on our Dog Tales page at:
For those of you who do not frequent Facebook, we had a tragedy in our Wild Blue Dog Camper family.
Linda Phillips, one of your fellow campers, lost her three dogs McCovey, Gertie, and Gypsy and her home in the Santa Rosa fires. Linda was away from home and the fires jumped and moved so fast she was unable to return before the entire neighborhood was turned to ash. All three dogs perished in the fire.
McCovey was at Dog Camp this past September and played and socialized with many of your dogs-a sweet and loving friend and intrepid adventurer.
To lose your home is a tremendous tragedy, but to lose all three of your best friends at once is unimaginable. Please take a moment to send loving thoughts and healing strength to Linda. She gave her dogs great lives.
For those of you who would like to help in the Fire Relief efforts:
Linda has asked that you donate to the shelter she has been involved with for years and where two of her lost dogs were adopted from, including McCovey:
A month after dog camp, and the nightmare of waiting until next year has begun...
But no worries, this month with be just as full of Tricks and Treats!
ASPCA's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month
National Animal Safety and Protection Month
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND CHECKING OUT THE PET OBESITY PREVENTION WEBSITE AT:
National Veterinary Technician Week
Celebrate the Red, White, and Wild Blue!
Pet Fire Safety Day
Remember to check and prepare for fire hazards that may be a danger to you, your pet, or your home!
We're only TWO MONTHS away from Wild Blue Dog Camp! We need you in one peice!
Bring your dogs and join us for the Wildest Pool Party ever!
The Beer Garden at BASECAMP Hotel
is generously donating a portion of every food and beverage purchase to treat dogs with cancer in South Lake Tahoe.
Splash into live music, delicious food, wine and craft beer!