As the months go by and the signatures to standardize military pet policies climb to more than 22,000, I become more convinced that changing military housing pet policies is not only possible, but the current housing pet policies are severly damaging troop’s quality of [...]Read More
Post Tagged with: "military"
By Michelle Lidh Bringing a pet into your life is a major decision and a long term commitment that should be considered carefully. Keep this in mind when you are thinking about getting a pet and realize that you are [...]Read More
Having this resource has been a great way for me to gauge your ideas and see how we can work together to help our community take better care of our forever friends. While the military is providing some services for pets (MWR kennels , vet clinics ,reimbursement [...]Read More
National shelter statistics put euthanasia rates for dogs at 60 percent and cats at 70 percent. This means most animals dropped off at open-admission shelters do not leave alive. Our society must change the attitude that a pet is disposable. With the hectic schedules [...]Read More