Nancy Bianconi, Publisher of nohoartsdistrict.com and President of NoHo Communications Group, Inc, an arts consulting firm. That is what I do in business but my volunteer time is spent working with organizations on animal rights and motivating Los Angeles City to have "NO KILL SHELTERS."
The owners and staff of nohoartsdistrict.com are dedicated to all animals having a loving home and I am volunteering to spread the word to our million plus readers every year. We welcome articles from animal welfare organizations.
Coffee Shop Offers Visitors The Companionship of Adoptable Rescue Dogs
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Countless families are cozying up in their decorated living rooms and kitchens, catching up and reflecting back on 2015. If you’re like my family, you definitely had the TV on during the cooking and commotion to tune in to festivities happening all over town. My personal favorite was Fox’s Thanksgiving episode covering their annual All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration, hosted this year by Kaley Cuoco.
It’s common knowledge that service dogs are incredibly helpful in the lives of those with physical disabilities.
Pet Detectives (also known as Pet Parents) should beware of a new trend of scams in the area. Whether it be one individual’s misleading adoption ad or a vet clinic with bogus charges, these scam artists prey on our vulnerability as pet moms and dads, and can risk the livelihood and health of our pets.
If you’re like me, you love a good story about a loyal, loving dog. So you probably saw Marley and Me and Max in recent years and grew up on the classics like Lassie, Hooch, Old Yeller, and even Lady and the Tramp. Great books can turn into amazing movies, especially when they are true stories. So here is a list of 3 books that definitely need movie deals.
With the holiday weekend upon us, it’s time to prepare for the masses of people and their pets filling the streets, parks, and beaches to celebrate this great country and bask in the sunlight until the nighttime fireworks.