Akita Rescue Society of America
Akitas-4-U? For Sharing the joy of owning an Akita.
Akita Club of America
Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center & Urgent Care
BRVC offers free exams for newly adopted pets!
They also have been the medical care providers for Akitas in TARA's foster care program for more than ten years.
It's For The Animals! Natural Care & Resources
Dr Pitcairn's Animal Natural Health Center - Homeopathy & Nutrition
American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association
Great Life Performance Pet Products
Cetylmyristoleate - An incredible arthritis supplement
A full-service rehabilitation center for animals. Menlo Park, CA
Fellow rescuers of Jindo dogs
Creators of the original front-connection walking harness and other nice products used by the TikiHut foster Akita program and many other animal welfare organizations to help with dogs with pulling issues when being walked on lead. You can contact us at email@example.com or go to Softouch Concepts directly for product information and ordering.
Since the early 1990's, Grateful Dogs Rescue has been saving as many dogs as possible by fostering them until loving homes are found.
Making the world a better place for Senior Dogs.
A Happy Dog - Training Collar
Great for Leash Pulling, Jumping and Control Around Distractions
Used by dog owners and training professionals around the world.
Loup Garou Animal Rescue is a San Francisco-based organization dedicated to the rescue and re-homing of black companion animals. At every animal shelter in the United States, black dogs and cats are the last to be adopted and the first to be euthanized; Loup Garou is dedicated to reversing this trend. They also assist with the rescue of lost pets in the San Francisco area of any coat color.
Visit Adopt-a-Pet to find Akitas who need a home or be notified by email when one near you becomes available.
If you need someone to care for your pets while you're away or on vacation, you can find a pet sitter at rover.com through their Sit a Dog, Save a Life program where sitters can choose to donate a portion of their earnings to a local rescue organization. Click on the Rover link to find a pet sitter near you!
Patricia Leslie, M.S. - Canine Crisis Consultant
Compassionate counseling for dogs and their loved ones.
Specializing in: Trauma issues - abused/abandoned/rescued/adopted * old age adjustments * serious illness * home hospicing * behavior, personality & compability issues * loss * grief * funerals * memorials
Patricia has been a tremendous supporter to TARA, in assisting some of our fosters with Flower Essences, Reiki & Personality readings. Though she is located in California, services can be provided at any distance, via a combination of telephone, email, and/or post.
Some reasons for working with a Canine Crisis Consultant:
* Being a first time adopter who wants to make a successful lifelong match.
* Handling a variety of dog behavioral issues such as puppy adolescent stages, acting out due to household or lifestyle changes, snapping at treats, inattentiveness in training, depression due to loss a loss or old age.
* Understanding and supporting rescued dogs who have been traumatized by past abuse or loss; to improve trust and bonding; to overcome fears, phobias, grief.
* Coping with injury, serious illness or a need for major surgery; supporting an extended therapeutic or recovery process.
* Surviving "good-bye"; supporting the journey emotionally; releasing fears about "when" and "how"; funeral gatherings, tributes, memorials; practical details.
* Building a community of support: help in finding compatible classes, trainers, animal communicators, dog walkers or sitters, holistic or specialist veterinarians, rehabilitation and therapy services, grief groups.
* Screening potential adopters to find a good, safe home for a dog (or cat); navigating rescue groups and shelters.
* Locating specialized products: crates, head harnesses, bark collars, diapers, slings, ramps, stain resistant, washable bed covers.
Association of Pet Dog Trainers
Sandra Mannion Dog Training
The Dog Lady
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