Practice makes perfect!! I think I can I think I can Doing your best is all about the challenge . Loving this puppy because she keeps walking backwards with the cutest little expression on her face
The Rev. Marya DeCarlen, priest at All Saints North Shore, Danvers, will officiate at the 14th annual Blessing of the Animals — sponsored by All Saints and its Perfect Paws Pet Ministry — at the Carriage House at Endicott Park, 57 Forest Street, Danvers, MA on Saturday, October 3, 2015, from 1 to 3 p.m., rain or shine.
People of all faiths and their animal companions are welcome to attend this beloved north shore community event that celebrates the animals around us, and the wonders of all creation, on the feast day of St. Francis, patron saint of animals and ecology.
This year, Rev. DeCarlen will also be offering blessings to all the farm animals — ducks and chickens, horses and goats, among others — that reside at Endicott Park, as well as for the Rangers on duty who care for the animals.
For more information go to www.allsaintsepiscopalnorthshore.org. or call Fran Weil at 978-869-7258.
Cost: Free – Endicott Park requires admission: $1 for Danvers residents, $3 for non residents.
Join Last Hope K9 dog resuce at their semi-annual adoption event with Tail Waggerz Pet Care in Newton, Mass on Saturday October 3rd 11am-2pm ! Enjoy some coffee and cookies from Geoff & Drew’s on this fine fall day and help them adopt out some dogs in need of their forever homes.
Maybe even win a raffle basket of cookies to bring home or goodies for a member of your furry family!
Dogs CAN go home with pre-approved adopters from this event, or all dogs are eligible for deposits!
Additionally, accomplished author, Peter Zheutlin, will be signing copies of his new book, ‘Rescue Road’, about a man named, Gregh Mahle, who over the past nine years has helped save tens of thousands of dogs!
Tail Waggerz Pet Care
217 California St, Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Billerica First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church is hosting a Blessing of the Animals Service with Rev. Megan Lynes. on Sunday October 4th at 11am We invite you to bring your pet, or photo of your pet, (past or present) or even a beloved stuffed animal to this interfaith service in celebration of the Feast Day of Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals.
Oct 4th is also World Day for Animals – So many of us have animal companions, who enrich our daily lives and this a great day to honor all life and fellowship with our beloved animal friends!
Please note: Animals must be non-stressed and remain under your control. This is a community wide event, free and open to the public – disability accessible – everyone is welcome!!
Billerica First Parish,
7 Concord Road (on the common)
When their baby was born, Scott and his wife were concerned about how their dog a beagle would react to the newest addition to the family, so they kept the baby and their dog apart.
After a few months, the two were introduced to each other – and luckily for us, the dad caught it all on camera. I find it fascinating that the dog is so submissive to baby. Wonderful interaction to watch, I hope they have tons of fun play over the years.