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Fetch! Pet Care of Greater Orlando
202 Naomi Rd
Orlando, FL 32828
Fetch! Pet Care of Greater Orlando
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From: Jan 05, 2014 To: Dec 28, 2014
200 W New England Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
PET FRIENDLY - The Winter Park Farmers' Market is held at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue, that has been restored into an historical landmark that hosts this NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in Central Florida. The market takes place every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants, baked goods and so much more. Please note: The Winter Park Farmers' Market is closed each year on the third Saturday in March due to the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.
From: Jan 06, 2014 To: Dec 29, 2014
Downtown Lake Eola - Every Sunday
A beautiful backdrop of Lake Eola, a centralized location of Downtown Orlando, a host of high-rise condominiums and downtown residents have made the Orlando Farmer's Market's newest location at East Central Blvd and North Eola Drive a great success! As the Orlando Farmer's Market enters its 25th year, it is growing leaps and bounds as it continues adding many new vendors, a brand new wine and beer garden, live entertainment, an outdoor dining area, and themed Sundays to promote pet-friendly, family-friendly, food and wine as well as arts in the park programs. The Orlando Farmer's Market is the hottest place to be Downtown every Sunday from 10am to 4pm!
From: Jan 01, 2015 To: Jan 31, 2015
The APDT is planning a variety of events this month to celebrate National Train Your Dog Month.
From: Feb 22, 2015 To: Feb 22, 2015
In celebration of National Walking the Dog Day, we're giving you 5 reasons why you should walk your pup EVERY day! 1. Dogs need an outlet to release their tremendous amounts of energy. Too much built-up energy can result in destructive behavior or separation anxiety. Taking your pooch for a 20-30 minute walk every day is not only good for their physical and mental health, but will also help spend their energy in a productive way. Learn more about the health benefits of an active dog. 2. Walking your dog is an excellent training activity. Using the proper methods, this exercise can reinforce the bond between you and your dog. Make sure to be in control during the walk, as this will help establish you as the alpha dog in the relationship. 3. Dogs have natural roaming and exploring instincts. Walking fulfills this need by providing mental and physical stimulation. Your pooch will be exposed to a variety of sights, sounds, and smells, and exploring these will give your dog a sense of purpose and accomplishment. 4. Dogs are social animals, and it is believed that humans were able to domesticate them due to their social nature. That's why it is imperative that your pet be properly socialized. Going for walks will help your dog learn how to interact with other dogs and people in your neighborhood. 5. Best of all, walking will keep your dog healthy and happy for longer. It will also enforce healthier habits in your own life. What could be better than exercising for 20-30 minutes with your best friend?!
From: Mar 03, 2015 To: Mar 09, 2015
Each year, during the first full week in March, PSI leads a huge promotional push to celebrate the role of professional pet sitters in today's pet-care industry. With news releases on the national scene and support for individul pet sitters at the local level, PPSW tells pet owners about the benefits of in-home pet care. This is also a time for PSI and its members to give back to the animal community that supports the profession of pet sitting. Many PSI members donate a portion of the week's proceeds to their hometown animal charities. And during Professional Pet Sitters Week, PSI makes its annual presentation of the PSI Charity Auction Proceeds. In the past 12 years, more than $60,000 has been donated to animal-related charities on behalf of pet sitters everywhere.
From: Jun 26, 2015 To: Jun 26, 2015
Started in 1999 'Take Your Dog To Work" day was created to show what great companions dogs are and spotlights the growing need for dog adoptions from humane societies, shelters and rescue groups.