Parvo Virus – Protect Your Dog

Gina DeLuca

PARVO VIRUS..
During the last 5 weeks we have seen SEVERAL new puppies brought into the vet hospital per day!!! If you or someone you know has a puppy please educate yourself about this virus. Also, check into pet insurance especially for emergencies! I have seen medical care range from $500 to $3000 on average and there is NO guarantee your puppy will survive because just like every virus it depends on how they respond to treatment.
A friend and LVT made the below post…

PARVO SEASON folks!! Don’t start walking your new puppies and showing them off until they are FULLY VACCINATED. Which is around 4 months of age after around 4 series spread out over 3-4 weeks between each series depending on the age they were initially vaccinated. Have questions? Call a veterinary clinic. Don’t ask google, your breeder, your best friend, your groomer, or tractor supply, etc. Seek people with knowledge and actual credentials for your questions. We love to help and we prefer you call us, don’t think you’re being annoying or silly ❤️🐾 We hate to see you in a few weeks, having to make difficult financial and emotional decisions because you got the wrong advice or were uninformed ✌🏻

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Drag Queen Bingo 2020 – Rescheduled Due to the Covid 19

3/14/20 – In the best interest of all of our supporters, the April 5, 2020 Drag Queen Bingo fundraiser has been cancelled and will be rescheduled. I will be in contact with all of those who have already paid. We can either keep your payment for the rescheduled event or refund your money. If you paid by check, I will send you a letter or you can contact me at: diana.4paws1heart@gmail.com to let me know what you would like to do. I will be talking with the venue later today to come up with another date. We are thinking late September/October because we know how busy the summer is. Also, don’t forget that we still have the May 16 bowling fundraiser planned. Thank you for your understanding and support. – diana

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Lil Bit, Precious, FeeFee, Garfield, Little Lady – Found on Streets

1/7/20 – I try not to overload with our stories but there are so many to tell. Here are five beauties, all found on the street, their spay/neuter had already been scheduled but they needed immediate help for upper respiratory infections. In some cases, the first round of antibiotics did not work and additional meds were prescribed. Also, FeeFee may have pneumonia and may need a chest x-ray. We are following up on that. Here is Lil Bit, Precious, FeeFee, Garfield, and Little Lady. Only with your donations can we possibly afford to help all of these animals. – Diana
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P.O. Box 84, St. Clair Shores, MI . 48080lil bit 1:7:20 precious--1:7:20 feefee 1:7:20 garfield 1:7:20 little lady 1:7:20

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Pet Supplies Plus – Assisting Independent Rescuers and Community Cat Caretakers

11/17/19 – As anyone who follows us or asks us for medical assistance knows, part of our mission is to also assist with finding that forever home. That is why we offer courtesy posts on petfinder and why we will collect food to help those we’ve helped medically. This partnership will help our village with their cat adoptions and help the many cat and dog rescuers feed their rescues while in the process.
The Village should never be taken lightly in that together we can make miracles happen. – Diana
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4 Paws 1 Heart is partnering up with Pet Supplies Plus – St. Clair Shores, MI – Harper Ave for some exciting adventures to be announced in the near future….but for now – we have a donation food bin in the store! How easy is that to donate and help animals in need! So when you go there to buy for your furry love ones….buy a little extra for us!
Stay tuned for more exciting news! – Dee”75603917_10162488080755253_2724980848926392320_o

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Street Beat – Interview with Diana Rascano, Co-Founder and President

11/2/19 – It was an honor to be invited with three other important organizations — Leader Dogs, Southfield Canine Police, and Paws With a Cause. My interview is during the final 6 minutes of the show. A huge thank you to CW50 and Streetbeat. – diana
cwdetroit.cbslocal.com/20…/…/25/street-beat-service-animals/
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CW Detroit Street Beat – 4 Paws 1 Heart is Featured

CW50​ – A huge thank you to Street Beat’s producer, Meggan Jacobs, and anchor, April Moss for having me on the Street Beat program which will air at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, October 26. It was an honor to be one of 4 very amazing organizations interviewed for the show — Paws With a Cause, Southfield Canine Unit, and Leader Dogs, of course, 4 Paws 1 Heart. If you don’t catch it, I will be posting the link to the video next week. If you have WOW, it’s channel 5. Thank You to our many supporters. ~ diana
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street Beat 10:25:19
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Infinity/Ovation – Summer Cruise July 30, 2019 Benefitting 4 Paws 1 Heart

I love this photo of Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters in Lake St. Clair, MI. Check out their Summer Cruise Series, especially their July 30 Old World Wines Cruise which will benefit 4 paws 1 Heart. The Infinity and Yacht Charters have been great supporters and we are very thankful! -Check out their website www.infinityandovation.com – infinity:ovation diana.

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4 Paws 1 Heart Mission & Restrictions

Please share and help us remind everyone that 4 Paws 1 Heart is restricted to assisting only abandoned, stray, and abused animals. Very often owners who need medical assistance will be referred to us but we cannot help them. Unfortunately that results in a disappointed and sometimes angry owner. When we incorporated with the State of Michigan and filed for our 501c3, we knew we could not afford medical care for all. Consequently we restricted all expenditures to animals without owners. We truly wish we could help every animal but we are a very small organization which relies totally on individual donors and small fundraisers. We do not receive grants and are just thankful that we have been able to help as many animals as we’ve had because of the generosity of our community. – diana

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