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What could be better than a day out with your dog and helping the American Cancer Society at the same time? That is Bark For Life. Every year WDHA gets involved in this great cause that kicks off the season than brings us the Relay For Life benefiting the American cancer Society. This year is our 3rd at The Bark For Life at Malapardis Park in Cedar Knolls. And we are particpating in three bark For Life events this spring. Bark For Life is a fund raising event for the American Cancer Society honoring the life long contributions of our canine caregivers. Canine caregivers are Therapy Dogs, Guide Dogs, Service Dogs, Police Dogs, cancer Survivor Dogs etc, who with their humans join forces as Relay Teams too walk for Cancer. They participate to honor those lost and celebrate the survivors. It's a wonderful event!
Come hang with your dog and ...
This month is National Adopt a Greyhound month! I wanted to acknowledge these majestic, social creatures and let our Rock N' Ruffers know how many need loving homes. When Greyhounds retire from racing they usually adjust quite nicely into life off the track and into a loving homes. Some of the misconceptions about these retired athletes are that they are not social, or are hyper or aren't healthy. All of these couldn't be further from the truth. Greyhounds are very social and loyal to their humans, generally live to about 12 years old and are often referred to as 40 mph couch potatoes! While some like to be active, the majority actually really enjoy their retirement basking in the sun!
If you are interested in giving one of these beautiful dogs a home, visit www.adoptagreyhound.org for information about the breed and adoption and closer to home www.greyhoundfriendsofnj.org has a great website dedicated ...
Yes, Rock N' Ruff has afforded me the beautiful opportunity to meet so many fantastic dogs and cats, but I must mention the people we meet as well. The toughest job for an animal lover must be Animal Control Officer. Seeing so many horrors that affect the animals we love so much is heartwrenching. These folks are on the front lines of the worst stories and totally committed to turning around the situations that they can. April 13th-19th is Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week! Let's salute these incredible men and women!
I feel so lucky to have met the Animal Control Officers that I now call friends. True heroes who have taught me so much. They spend their lives, 24/7 standing up for animals all over New Jersey and enforcing the law, sometimes risking their lives and own personal resources in hopes of a brighter future for the animal community.
Considering everyone knows what a mad animal and dog lover I am, These past few week I have been bombarded with emails and messages regarding Michael Vick's signing. I didn't blog earlier, I was trying to process my feelings.
I'm sure every animal loving listener knows exactly how I feel.
I love and respect dogs and especially Pit Bulls and have become a huge supporter and advocate for them since WDHA began Rock N' Ruff four years ago. Just the thought of anyone doing anything malicious to these beautiful, loyal creatures makes me cry.
My suggestion is let's do something to honor the dogs. Visit a local shelter and donate food, leashes or a bed. Become a volunteer and take a dog for a walk or clean a cage. Stop by one of our pet events and talk to the awesome volunteers and tell them they are doing a ...
My closet looks great! I cleaned out all of the shoes I don't wear anymore and donated them to my friends at The Randolph Animal Pound. In fact a bunch of DHA staffers collected their shoes to donate. All week and thru this Saturday 4/12, the Pound will be accepting gently worn shoes (mens, womens and childrens...must be reusable and re-wearable) to help those in need both 2 and 4 legged. People wear the shoes collected, and The Pound receives a donation for the shoes. Fantastic!
The Randolph Animal Pound is at 1345 Sussex Turnpike in Randolph and you can drop your donations off right there. For more info or questions please call 973-989-7090 or visit www.pound.petfinder.com.
No Uggs boots, flip flops or slippers please....and participate in their Tricky Tray as well while you are there. (and of course check out their amazing adoptables!) A great cause!
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For 30 years WDHA FM has done one thing…and only one thing….Rocked New Jersey. WDHA has always provided New Jersey with the Best Classic Rock while always introducing Jersey to the Future of Rock And Roll. Like you, we have that Jersey Attitude! WDHA’s been ROCKING your community for 30 years and we aren’t going away! So, CRANK IT UP TO 11…WE’RE 105.5 WDHA, “THE ROCK OF NEW JERSEY”…ENOUGH SAID!
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