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ResQWalk for BRIT

ResQWalk for BRIT

Download the ResQwalk App and start logging miles for BRIT! ResQwalk is a FREE mobile app that enables you to raise money and resources for BRIT, simply by walking (or running). Each month ResQWalk announces a ResQpool of cash and other resources that have been provided by corporate sponsors. In order to earn part of the pool for BRIT, all you have to do is download the ResQwalk app and start walking! ResQWalk is a part of Best Friends Animal...

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Ch 5 – Tell me something good!

Ch 5 – Tell me something good!

BRIT made the news!

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Keep your Backyard a Safe Haven for Your Brittanys

Keep your Backyard a Safe Haven for Your Brittanys

Spring has sprung in Texas … happy news for your Brittanys, who will be spending more time sniffing and romping and rolling in the great outdoors. While longer days and warmer days make us happy, they can bring some risks to our Brittanys. Every seasonal change can bring dangers, but the Spring season presents some specific risks that can be easily addressed as long as we Brittany owners know what to look for. Spring Time Dangers for French & American Brittanys Fire Ants Be aware of fire ants AND what you use to kill them (both can be harmful to your Brittany). Fire ant bites can be a big problem for dogs. According to a recent survey completed by veterinarians,...

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Watch for rattlesnakes lurking in Bluebonnets

Watch for rattlesnakes lurking in Bluebonnets

Bluebonnet season is upon us, the time of year the entire state looks like a Blue Bell Ice Cream commercial. The annual bluebonnet bloom is definitely a sight to behold and you may be tempted to take your family out for photos but beware because the warm weather also brings poisonous snakes out of hibernation.  They are most likely to appear at dawn and dusk. If you or your Brittany see a snake…back away! If anyone is bitten go to an ER immediately.  There are four kinds of venomous snakes in Texas: coral snakes, copperheads, cottonmouths (water moccasins) and rattlesnakes. 

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Visit BRIT at the Waco All-breed Rescue Event April 8th

Visit BRIT at the Waco All-breed Rescue Event April 8th

If you live in or around the Waco area, please stop by and visit BRIT a the Waco All-Breed Rescue Event on April 8th, 2017 at Gander Mountain from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.  BRIT will be there with George, Berretta, Maryl, and some humans too. Bring your Brittany buy and say hello. You can learn more about this event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1874335579473838/...

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Sharing the (Blind) Love

Sharing the (Blind) Love

Nearly seven years ago, we adopted a sweet, shy Brittany named “Bailey.” BRIT told us that she was a great fit for our family but would probably have to be the only dog. We were okay with that because Bailey provides us with an abundance of love, fun, and excitement. Bailey is best known for keeping our “critter” population to a minimum, spending more time in the pool than we do, and loving long walks (only to come home and run out in the back to jump in the pool). She is also great at telling time and letting us know if we are late in serving her meals.  As we socialized Bailey throughout the years, it became evident that she could get along with other dogs. So, with...

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