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Recent FDA Article …

Recently the FDA came out with some information about certain ingredients that you find in a lot of our dog and cat food kibble and its impact on dogs' health.

While we were definitely concerned we felt we needed more information from experts in the pet food industry.

Here is a link to an article that we find very informative and believe that it puts the information in proper perspective.  We are sharing this with all of you, our customers and friends.  After you read it, if you have further questions or need clarification, please feel free to reach out to us.  We believe more information will come out and we will continue to share it on our website and Facebook pages as we get it.

The original FDA article can be found here:


The follow up article from the World Pet Association can be found here:



Recall Notice

**  Recall Notice from Rad Cat Frozen Raw Cat Food  **

We have been notified of a voluntary recall issued by the makers of Rad Cat Frozen Raw Cat Food for their chicken and venison varieties only.

We have checked our stock and NONE of our venison was affected.  However, ALL of our 16oz. chicken was included in the recalled items ... our 24oz. chicken was unaffected.

If you have bought any of the 16oz. Rad Cat chicken from us in the past 2-3 weeks, please check the bottom of the container for the following lot number -- Lot Code 63076, Best Buy Date: 10/31/2019.  If you have one of these marked containers, please bring it back to us for a replacement.  And, feel free to call us with any questions or concerns -- 314-781-7387.

For more information on this recall and additional lot number involved, please read the article on Rad Cat's Page, or visit the FDA's page ...




Black Cat Appreciation Day 2018

Friday, August 17th is Black Cat Appreciation Day.

Black Cat Appreciation Day was launched to show people that a black cat could be the perfect cat for them, and help raise awareness about black cats in general.  Because of superstitious beliefs in some cultures, black cats are sometimes associated with bad luck and, sadly, are more likely to be put to sleep or wait a long time to be adopted from shelters.  Not only are the superstitions about them bringing bad luck completely untrue, but you might find a black cat to be a fantastic feline companion for you.  They truly have very unique personalities!  If you’ve been looking for a rescue cat yourself, why not consider a black cat?

If you already own a black cat, on Black Cat Appreciation Day share photos of your special pet and help spread awareness about the day on social media.



International Homeless Animals Day 2018

Saturday, August 18th is International Homeless Animals Day.

The ISAR (International Society for Animal Rights) conceived and began International Homeless Animals’ Day (IHAD) in 1992.  Since that time, ISAR’s International Homeless Animals’ Day Observances have consistently grown in number.  They bring people all over the world together to shed light on pet overpopulation and the spay/neuter solution.  By now, IHAD events have been celebrated in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, in over 50 countries and on 6 continents, saving millions of animals’ lives.

ISAR is solemnly dedicated to keeping the issue of dog and cat overpopulation before the public until victory is achieved and humane societies can return to their purpose of preventing suffering instead of being exhausted by ceaseless killing.

To find out more, or to help in overpopulation efforts, you can go to the ISAR's website at:  http://isaronline.org/

The International Homeless Animals Day page:  http://isaronline.org/programs/international-homeless-animals-day-ihad/

Or connection with them through their Facebook page:  http://www.facebook.com/isaronline/




Furry Ferret Meet & Greet and Adoption

Furry Ferret Rescue will return to Airedale Antics on Sunday, August 19th for another Meet & Greet and Adoption Event.

The ferrets will be here from 11am to 2pm.

Come find your new forever ferret, have your ferret's nails trimmed, or just meet the group and learn about volunteer opportunities.

Check out the ferrets currently available at this page:  http://www.furryferretrescue.org/adoption/


For more information on Furry Ferret Rescue, please go to their website:  http://www.furryferretrescue.org/


National Dog Day 2018

Sunday, August 26th is National Dog Day.

National Dog Day celebrates all breeds, pure and mixed, and serves to help galvanize the public to recognize the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year either from public shelters, rescues, and pure breed rescues. National Dog Day honors family dogs and dogs that work selflessly to save lives, keep us safe, and bring comfort. Dogs put their lives on the line every day - for their law enforcement partner, for their blind companion, for the disabled, for our freedom and safety by detecting bombs and drugs, and pulling victims of tragedy from wreckage.

To learn more, check out the official site ... http://www.nationaldogday.com/




Nail Trim Sunday

Sunday, August 26th from 1pm - 5pm we will be having our monthly nail trimming session.

$5 for dogs or cats.  Rabbits and ferrets are welcome too.

 Cash only, please.

All proceeds this month will benefit Airedale Terrier Rescue and Adoption (ATRA).




Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day 2018

Tuesday, August 28th is Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day.

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day sets aside a day to remember the pet companions we’ve lost.  Whether furry, feathered, or an uncommon variety, we feel the loss of a pet deeply.  They become family and a familiar part of our lives.  Mourning their death is different for everyone and Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day provides a way to help heal the ache of loss.

On this day, celebrate the home you provided to that special companion and the joy your beloved pet brought you in return.



Labor Day 2018

The store will be closed on Monday, September 3rd, 2018 for Labor Day.

Have a safe and restful holiday!



National Wildlife Day 2018

Tuesday, September 4th is National Wildlife Day.

Founded in 2005, in memory of wildlife conservationist Steve Irwin, the day serves to bring global awareness and education concerning the number of endangered animals and the need for conservation and preservation.  From participating in presentations and volunteering to fundraising for rehabilitation services, many zoos, aviaries, and marine sanctuaries provide a variety of ways to get involved.



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