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                        Thanks to   Plumb Crazy Plumbing and Drains

Their wonderful plumbers came today and fixed our grooming tub, free of charge!!

What a wonderful donation!  We really appreciate it.

 Please consider Plumb Crazy for all your plumbing needs!

Plumb Crazy Plumbing and Drains

937-204-9683     937-895-4093

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   We need more great volunteers like these!!

If you would like to volunteer a couple hours a week , especially on Sats., Monday mornings, or Wednesday mornings, please fill out a volunteer application and we will call you. Anytime you would like to volunteer is always helpful!  We can always use dependable, animal loving volunteers!

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framed reggie.jpgReginald loves company.  He is a bit independant and enjoys sitting on the table in the rescue kitchen.  He can be seen here doing a little paperwork, until his dinner is served.  He is looking for a loving home.  

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framed Jade.jpgframed miss kitty.jpg  Jade is holding Miss Kitty, a beautiful little cat who is looking for a loving home.  Miss Kitty is even prettier than she looks in her picture!

Thanks Jade for being a great volunteer!

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Two families found great dogs at Robyn's Nest

and two dogs found great families!

Rocket and his new parents

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Bobby Bones and his new family

 

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.                      Food Pantry

Robyn's Nest food pantry has specialty pet food for a variety of health conditions. If you are in need of special food for your pet, call and see if we have some available.  We also have regular food for anyone needing assistance. All you need to do is fill out an application when you come in.

 

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Rat and guinea pig adoption fees have been raised to benefit the animals and the adopters.   

     Robyn's Nest has raised adoption fees on rats to $60 and guinea pigs to $40.   We want to explain why we decided to make  this decision.   We have started spaying and neutering all of our rats and also spaying our guinea pigs.  This has significantly raised our cost of care for these little cuties, but we are dedicated to giving the animals in our rescue the very best veterinary care available. 

Everyone who has ever had a pet rat probably knows how common it is for them to develop tumors.  They are generally mammary tumors (in males and females) and they will continue to grow until they inhibit normal movement and cause pain.  They have to be surgically removed or else they will eventually be the cause for euthanasia.  Most of these tumors are caused by hormones.  Spaying and neutering rats can eliminate this type of tumor growth, which can create a longer, healthier, happier life for your little rat buddies.  It will also save you money on mass removals!

Female guinea pigs can get ovarian cysts, mammary tumors, uterine cancer and infections just like dogs and cats.  Spaying them is recommended for this reason. (Neutering male guinea pigs does not have any health benefits).

We know that you can probably buy these animals cheaper elsewhere, but by adopting from us, you can feel confident you are getting a very healthy pet.                                                                                             Sincerely, Robyn

 

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