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Say one of these on a regaular basis and you will not only get his attention, but get a smile or two :-) "I'm really proud of you." "I'm having a flashback to (insert a memorable day and time) ex: 10 p.m. last Saturday." “Thank You” "Wine bar, 8 o' clock, meet me the [ ... ]
Here are some of the things you can win this week when you listen to WQMX! Monday: is a New Music Monday! Listn every hour from 9 to 5 to win the new CD from Sarah Evans "Slow Me Down" in stores tomorrow Tuesday March 11th ! Monday-Friday win tickets to see Tim McGraw with Kip Moore and C [ ... ]
Today is Monday March 10th the day after we did the “spring forward” thing and lost an hour of sleep. It is also National Napping Day—the first Days after the clock change. And it is The International Day of Awesomeness! Who is awesome in your life? Or what is awesome in your life? And [ ... ]
Understanding that you may not get to the theaters to see the latest movies, this week we will look at the hottest DVD and streaming movies that are out. We will look at only major DVD movie releases of the week and not TV series, or older movies finally making their way onto Blu-Ray.
This dog is perfect. There is nothing more unfair than a dog sitting in a shelter in his/her golden years – maybe even their golden days. Once use to a house and a couch, we can only imagine their state of mind to find themselves here. A dog th [ ... ]
In their accelerated lifetime, our canine companions experience the same phases. The irresistible pup will become that ornery teenager in just 26 weeks of age. And at 1 year, a dog is considered to be an adult. Without love and training, and through no fault of their own, a dog may fall behind what is expected at each milestone. With much life to live, many of these deserving pets end up in shelters. It is important that pet owners know their limits. If they can’t commit a significant amount of time during the young life of a pup then adoption of a mature dog is a wonderful option!
CeCe and Maggie are young dogs that entered the shelter together and would like to go to their forever home as sisters. When Maggie is out of her sister’s sight, a younger CeCe becomes noticeably concerned. Unfortunately, these sweet girls never experienced security as they reached specific milestones in their lives and they lack confidence. They will transition beautifully into a new home and will be grateful for the full life that they were born to live. Do you have room in your home and heart for two?
If you are interested in adopting CeCe and Maggie call 330.760.0763. Pay It Forward for Pets is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Send tax –deductible donations to 2136 Yellowcreek Road, Akron, OH 44333. www.payitforwardforpets.org