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“DOG BOWL 2010″ at the Cain’s – Jan. 31

posted January 4th, 2010 by
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Title: “DOG BOWL 2010″ Forrest & Jenny’s Place Animal Rescue Jan. 31
Location: Cain’s Ballroom
Link out: Click here
Description: A fun competiton event for dogs at Cain’s Ballroom on January 31st, from 4-7pm benefitting  Forrest & Jenny’s Place Animal Rescue . There will be live music from “Tex Montan,”
food from ELmer’s BBQ, and an awesome silent auction featuring items from The Ambassador Hotel, The Cheesecake Factory, Kirk Douglas, Steve Largent, Tulsa Ballet, and MANY more! Admission is $15 per person, a $10 Entry fee for competing dogs, and spectator dogs attend free.
Start Time: 16:00
Date: 2010-01-31
End Time: 19:00

Forrest & Jenny’s Place Fund Raiser Jan. 7

posted January 4th, 2010 by
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Title: Forrest & Jenny’s Place Fund Raiser Jan. 7
Location: Joe Momma’s Pizza (downtown) 112 S. Elgin
Hey everyone,

This Thursday, January 7th, Joe Momma’s Pizza (the one downtown) is hosting a fundraising night for my friend’s animal rescue group, Forrest and Jenny’s Place. From 8-10 pm, they will donate 10% of total sales to help them fund their spay/neuter/adoption programs. It is also trivia night, and those who choose to participate can win food prizes from Joe Momma’s. (112 S. Elgin)

This is a great rescue and a wonderful cause. Nate and I are going to try to be there. Hope you\’ll join us. Pass this along to anyone you think may come. Thanks.


Start Time: 20:00
Date: 2010-01-07
End Time: 22:00

ARF rescues 400

posted December 30th, 2009 by
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ARF Rescues 400

More than 400 pets were rescued in 2009 by the Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) of Tulsa. These pets were obtained from kill shelters and owners who could no longer care for their animals.

ARF, along with other rescue groups, has struggled through a challenging year. The downturn in the economy has forced more people to abandon their pets. Also, Tulsa County continues to receive a poor grade when it comes to spaying and neutering animals, so there are far too many unwanted and abandoned pets. On average, ARF spends more $4,000 a month on veterinary bills and boarding. ARF depends completely on public donations. Although ARF is foster-homed based, they must board animals until a foster home is available. They are always looking for more people who would be interested in fostering rescued dogs and puppies.

Working closely with city shelters, ARF assists in rescuing highly adoptable, small to medium sized dogs and puppies. However, ARF does take rescue some animals at risk of being euthanized. For example, ARF has taken older animals, deaf animals, and even puppies that were temporarily blind due to poor nutrition. ARF also mans a phone line to assist citizens with information about lost pets, where to report strays, and where to make a complaint about animal abuse.

Every dog ARF adopts out is current on vaccinations, spayed/neutered, on heartworm preventative, and tattooed for identification. The adoption fee for dogs is normally $125.

For more information about ARF, go to their website at or call 622-5962.

TulsaPets Magazine featured in Journal Record Article

posted December 28th, 2009 by
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Someone Needs to Come Get This Guy!

posted December 10th, 2009 by
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2 Years


Pen 265


This may be the cutest guy at the Tulsa Animal Shelter today, Dec 10.

He needs a kid and a ball and a home REALLY badly.

Yale to Apache.  East on Apache to Erie.  Erie north to the shelter


Dog Dish Christmas Yappy Hour

posted December 3rd, 2009 by
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Title: Dog Dish Christmas Yappy Hour
Location: 6502 E. 51st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74145
Description: Come see all of the new Christmas items or just say hello!
Start Time: 11:30
Date: 2009-12-06
End Time: 13:00