November 16, 2003

To the staff:

I have been meaning to write this note for some time now. I would like to let you all know how lucky I feel to be able to do business with you all.

I have been bringing my dog ‘Al’ to you for several years now. She has always been beautifully groomed and I have found no other groomer to surpass your job. Besides the beautiful work, the staff and groomers have been very friendly and genuinely caring for my special pet.


BOSTON---The Animal Rescue League of Boston presented its 92nd annual Holiday for Horses today at Faneuil Hall, Santa Claus (played by Mike Thomas) arrived by sleigh (on a pick-up truck) to hand out treats to horses from the Boston Police Department, the Boston Park Rangers, and the MDC Mounted Police.  Santa’s elf had sweets for the kids.

The Sudbury Town Crier
February 5, 2004

Playtime for Pooches
Dogs and their owners socialize at weekly playgroup
By Carole LaMond

It’s not the kind of behavior that will get you a date at a singles bar, but when Matt circles the group of beauties gathered at this Sudbury social scene, and gives each one a friendly sniff, he receives the canine equivalent of a high five.

The Massachusetts Animal Coalition (MAC) was formed in February 2000 by animal welfare professionals and volunteers who are dedicated to the welfare of animals. They wanted to make a difference by collectively helping those animals that needed them the most. MAC members have initiated task forces on a number of fronts including: reshaping the image of shelters in Massachusetts, helping to improve communication among groups working to place animals, compiling a list of  animal services in Massachusetts, and promoting animal-friendly legislation. In addition, the Coalition decided one of the key ways to accomplish their mission was to start a spay/neuter program for shelters and rescue organizations.

reikinewsbiteBy Pamela H. Sacks
Telegram & Gazette Staff
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Aileen D'Angelo became a convert to Reiki when she found it eased her severe joint pain. For Ms. D'Angelo, who suffers from systemic lupus erythmetosis, pain medications had proved ineffective. She was in the middle of a bad flare-up, and a friend who is a practitioner of Reiki, a type of energy healing, suggested that she give Ms. D'Angelo a treatment.