Toy Poodles in RI

Cape Rose Toy Poodles

 

Rhode Island

Is

The Ocean State




We are pleased to feature these links for Rhode Island animals shelters and pet-related companies and organizations that we like.




RI Pet Links


  1. BulletAnimal Rescue League of Southern RI


  2. BulletOcean State Veterinary Specialists


  3. Bullet Final Gift Pet Memorial Center


  4. BulletRose Hill Pet Cemetery Peace Dale, Rhode Island

 
 

Tick Disease Prevention Links

Because Lyme Disease and other tick-borne diseases are endemic in Rhode Island, we are committed to helping you and your pets avoid these diseases.


  1. Bullet RI Department of Health


  2. BulletUniversity of Rhode Island Tick Encounter Research Center

 

Rhode Island Pet Links

Sean Patrick’s Blessing

Dr. Christopher Hannafin and Giana

Email Me

Wildlife Rehabilitator’s Association of RI


This volunteer organization has been helping injured and orphaned wild birds and mammals in RI since 1994. Thank you to our friend Patricia Gagne for keeping us informed about the group’s efforts. Click on the raccoons to learn more!

Click on us to learn about the Wildlife Rehabilitator’s Assn. of Rhode Island!

We highly recommend Final Gift, a RI pet memorial service, for their good taste and kindness. On June 1, 2009, our 16+ year old toy poodle, Monique, passed away. We had her body cremated by Final Gift.


Monique’s remains were returned to us in a lovely wooden urn along with a Certificate of Individual Cremation and a heartfelt sympathy card signed by the Final Gift staff.

Rest in Peace, Monique Fancy Dancer

Our toy poodle Chris has had anaplasmois and Ehrlichiosis. Both are diseases carried by deer ticks. Lyme Disease is not the only disease that ticks carry.

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