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Canine Advocates of Newtown

  • Annual Newtown Rabies Vaccine Clinic

    The Canine Advocates of Newtown and Mt Pleasant Hospital for Animals held the annual vaccination clinic in Edmond Town Hall on Saturday, June 20.

    “Today we are having our annual rabies clinic for the town of Newtown,” said Mary Simpson, a veterinary technician at Mt Pleasant.

  • Hoping To Make Sunny’s Future Brighter

    Her name may be Sunny with a light gold and white coat, but her prospects for adoption have not been bright. She has twice left the shelter for a new home, and then been returned.

  • Don't Forget To Protect Your Pets From The Cold

    While some animals may bask in a bitter winter day, others would tell their owners how cold they are, if they could.

    Canine Advocates of Newtown President Virginia Jess agrees that some dogs may love the cold, “but not all,” she said. She has noticed her own dog’s discomfort. Of her 40-pound sheltie-collie mix, she said, “I know that when we walk our dog in the snow, she would pick up her feet and I would wipe them off, the salt gets in there.” She also warns, “Animals can get frostbite, too.”