NEWS ALERT:
Preparing for Florida'sHurricaneIrma.
OBOL DONATED to Hurricane Harvey and the Burbank Fire:TONS OF FOOD,
100's of BLANKETS, PET BEDS, 100 CRATES, LEASHES, COLLARS, FOOD BOWLS & MORE.
 
Our resources are really being strained now. 
 
OBOL puts together emergency supplies for Hurricane Harvey 2017
 
EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND FOR HURRICANE IRMA
 
THE NEED NEVER STOPS...
NEITHER DO WE.
 
OPERATION BLANKETS OF LOVE (OBOL) continues to collaborate with many transport efforts for urgent pet supplies needed for the displaced pets.
 
 
Unloading donated items for the Burbank displaced pets
 
During the Burbank Fires OBOL donated tons of food, blankets and pet beds to make the pups comfy.
 
Just think how many more will have to be saved in Florida!!
NOW YOU CAN HELP!
 
We need your support now more than ever for this
monumental rescue effort.
If you gave already our heartfelt thanks to every one of you.
 
Please take less then one minute and ask yourself:
Do I just sit back or am I part of the solution? Do I want to help these poor dogs and cats who are displaced in strange shelters wondering where their families are? And just think of all the animals who will need help in Florida!
 
NOW YOU CAN HELP!
 
BRAD SMULSON LOADING THE CRA
 
OBOL's donating 50 crates going to Texas
 
Donating tons of pet food for the displaced animals.
 
More and more dogs and cats will not be able to stay with their family members in Florida.OBOL:
  • Promisesto continue donating what they need for these family pets until they are all back together safe and sound.
  • Will keep sendingthe critical pet supplies until these disasters are over.
 
 
 
Click on the paypal button:
 
Or send a check, payable to Operation Blankets of Love, to
16911 San Fernando Mission, PMB 18
Granada Hills, CA 91344
 
Or call us with your credit card at:
(818) 402-6586
Example of the many dogs we comforted with soft blankets and pet beds
 
Yours for the animals,
 
Eileen and Brad Smulson
Co-Founders
(818) 402-6585

 

Surviving Harvey: Animals After the Storm Premieres on Saturday, September 9at 8PM ET/PT

Hurricane Harvey is one of the most catastrophic natural disasters in US history. Floodwaters from the storm have engulfed entire Texas cities leaving thousands of people and animals displaced and homeless. Animal Planet’s Surviving Harvey: Animals After the Storm will chronicle the heroic efforts of rescuers and volunteers who lend a helping hand to the animals displaced by the recent storm. Witness the daring rescues, dramatic reunions and inspiring adoptions that leave hope after Harvey, Saturday, September 9th at 8PM ET/PT.

“We are pleased to bring the stories from Hurricane Harvey that profile the incredible efforts being made on behalf of the animals in harms way,” said Patrice Andrews, General Manager of Animal Planet. “We hope our special helps to also promote continued contributions to the organizations working tirelessly to rescue and shelter the animals.”

By presenting moving stories of animals who have been impacted by the hurricane, the hope is that viewers will be inspired to support the efforts of the non-profit organization, Austin Pets Alive, which has dedicated itself to the cause and already evacuated over hundreds of animals to safety. To help with animal rescue efforts in Houston, please text ANIMALS to 707070 to make a donation.

Surviving Harvey: Animals After the Storm is produced for Animal Planet by Peacock Productions. For Peacock, Knute Walker is SVP and Executive Producer and Elizabeth Fischer is Executive Producer. For Animal Planet, Lisa Lucas is Executive Producer and Candice Allgood is Production Coordinator.

About Animal Planet

Animal Planet, a multi-media business unit of Discovery Communications, is the network of hit franchise series and special programming dedicated to animals and the natural world that includes RIVER MONSTERS, DR. JEFF: ROCKY MOUNTAIN VET, PIT BULLS & PAROLEES, TANKED, TREEHOUSE MASTERS, THE VET LIFE, THE ZOO and PUPPY BOWL, the largest non-sports TV event on Super Bowl Sunday. Animal Planet is the premiere TV, digital and social community for all things animal, providing immersive, engaging, high-quality content across all Animal Planet platforms including: Animal Planet television network, available in more than 90 million homes in the U.S., that is complimented with a deep Video On Demand offering; online assets www.animalplanet.com, the ultimate online destination for animal lovers and pet owners; the Animal Planet Go app that allows viewers to catch up on full episodes of their favorite shows anytime anywhere; Animal Planet L!VE, the go-to digital destination for round-the-clock, unfiltered access via live cameras around the globe in a variety of animal habitats; Animal Planet Social including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram via @AnimalPlanet.

About Discovery Communications

Discovery Communications (Nasdaq: DISCA, DISCB, DISCK) is the world’s #1 pay-TV programmer reaching nearly 3 billion cumulative subscribers in more than 220 countries and territories. For 30 years Discovery has been dedicated to satisfying curiosity and entertaining viewers with high-quality content through its global television brands, led by Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, Investigation Discovery and Science, as well as U.S. joint venture network OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. Discovery controls Eurosport, the leading pan-regional sports entertainment destination across Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Discovery also is a leading provider of educational products and services to schools, including an award-winning series of K-12 digital textbooks, through Discovery Education, and a digital leader with a diversified online portfolio, including Discovery Digital Networks. For more information, please visit www.discoverycommunications.com.

Talkin' Pets News

September 2, 2017

Host - Jon Patch

Co-Host - Dr. Suzanne Topor - Livingston Animal & Avian Hospital

Producer - Lexi Lapp

Network Producer - Quin McCarthy

Executive Producer - Bob Page

Special Guest - Dr. Brian Beale of Nat Geo Wild's Animal ER will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 9/02/17 at 5pm EST to discuss his 2nd year of following extreme veterinary cases on Nat Geo Wild

 

Raleigh, NC – Our hearts and prayers go out to the many people in Texas, Louisiana and surrounding areas that are in the path of Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. The magnitude of the devastation from this storm is unimaginable and the American Kennel Club® (AKC®) and AKC Reunite are here to contribute to the relief. Two AKC Pet Disaster Relief trailers have been deployed in Dallas and Ft Worth, Texas to help evacuees from the storm and AKC Reunite will continue to help shelters caring for pets displaced by the storm.

“AKC Reunite continues to monitor the situation in Texas and Louisiana. We are committed to providing as much assistance as possible to those affected by this storm,” said Tom Sharp, AKC Reunite President and CEO. “Pets are part of the family and we understand how important it is to ensure their safety as well.” 

The Fort Worth AKC Pet Disaster Relief trailer has been deployed at the Fort Worth Wilkerson Facility emergency shelter, located at 5201 Ca Roberson Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76119. The deployment of this trailer allows people to safely evacuate with their pets instead of risking their lives because they do not have a safe, pet-friendly place to go. It houses supplies that create a safe, temporary home-base for at least 65 pets in the wake of a disaster. The essential, non-perishable AKC Pet Disaster Relief supplies are crucial, as many pet owners do not have the time to gather the necessary items to care for their pets during an emergency evacuation.

The Tri Cities/Cedar Hill AKC Pet Disaster Relief Trailer is deployed adjacent to the “Mega” Shelter set up in Dallas at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center. This self-care animal shelter set up in the nearby parking garage so evacuees have close proximity to their pets. Efforts are being supported by the SPCA of Texas, the Dallas Animals Services, and the Dallas County Animal Response Team.

AKC Reunite has donated thousands of dollars to Austin Pets Alive shelter, Etosha Rescue, the SPCA of Brazoria County, among others. The organization has also purchased $2,600 worth of kennel runs for the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter and Dallas County Response Team to assist at the Dallas Mega Shelter.

Please refer to the AKC Reunite website for more updates on the storm and what the AKC and AKC Reunite are doing to contribute to the relief. You can also find pet-friendly emergency shelter locations, including those with AKC Pet Disaster Relief trailers. To donate to AKC Reunite, please click here.