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May 24, 1995
An educational partnership between PETsMART on Snowden Square Drive and Thunder Hill Elementary School was signed yesterday afternoon at the school on 9357 Mellenbrook Road.Students in grades one through five will participate in activities centering on the care of pets, such as animal adoptions around the world.The school will receive a stocked aquarium for the media center.At the signing were David Workinger of PETsMART, Thunder Hill Elementary Principal Tom Bruner, Assistant Principal Nancy Esmond and Paula Blake, assistant to the school superintendent.
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March 13, 2013
The Luna's House Youth Rescue Program set up a table for the PetSmart Adoptions Weekend at the PetSmart in Abingdon on Feb 24. Pictured are Youth Rescue Member Rebecca Hillenburg and Chloe, one of Luna's House rescue dogs available for adoption. The Luna's House Youth Rescue Program meets monthly and is learning all aspects of rescue – educating the public about adopting, raising funds to help with the cost of rescuing animals and helping socialize the rescue dogs. Luna's House Animal Care and Education Center in Edgewood is a 501(c)
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NEWS
November 22, 2009
The Oldies But Goodies Cocker Spaniel Rescue will host an adoption show from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 5 at PetSmart, 9041 Snowden River Parkway. All dogs have been vaccinated and spayed or neutered. Call 703-533-2373 or go to cockerspanielrescue.com for more information.
NEWS
November 29, 2009
The Oldies But Goodies Cocker Spaniel Rescue will host an adoption show from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at PetSmart, 9041 Snowden River Parkway. All dogs have been vaccinated and spayed or neutered. Call 703-533-2373 or go to cockerspanielrescue.com for more information.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1996
They are castaways, dogs and cats left by the roadside or in garbage cans by owners who didn't want them or couldn't afford to take care of them. And they have found a friend in Petsmart, a chain of pet stores that helps animal rescuers to find homes for them.The Phoenix, Ariz., company doesn't sell dogs or cats, but since 1992 it has donated space at 268 of its stores throughout the country for animal rescuers to offer to good homes the animals they have saved. Company officials estimate that they have placed 146,000 animals in new homes in the past four years.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and By Sarah Kickler Kelber,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2003
Pets give unconditional love, so don't forget them this Valentine's Day. PETsMART suggests a number of gifts for feline and canine friends. * Plush Valentine Dog Toys (above, $3.49-$5.99): The dogs probably already have a ton of toys, but these white and red plush options are a festive addition to the collection. * Pet Beds: Some dogs may prefer a bed with a black-and-white toile print and a red chenille pillow to mark the holiday (below, $29.99), while others may prefer the leopard-print, heart-shaped bed that is machine-washable and folds to half its size for travel ($24-$28)
FEATURES
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1995
Bunkey was nervous. He drooled.The big Doberman-shepherd had been brought down from Havre de Grace to the Petsmart in Perry Hall to have his picture taken with Santa Claus. His squat companion, Sunney, a beagle-rottweiler, didn't like it much either. She barked.But neither dog piddled, and that's been known to happen.Samantha the ferret wouldn't cooperate either. "You have to hold her tight," said Wanda Funkhouser, who brought Samantha in."Chuckle her under the chin," she advised.Santa was unable to find anything resembling a chin on the ferret, so he grabbed Samantha and held her out toward the camera, like a rifleman presenting arms.
NEWS
May 25, 2008
Women's Wine and Dine event is canceled The Women's Wine and Dine event scheduled for Wednesday at the Maryland Golf and Country Club has been canceled. The event will be rescheduled for the fall, with the date to be determined. Information: 410-568-8821. Defense firm to expand in facility next to APG R4, a defense services company in Edgewood, has signed an agreement for an expansion project in support of its programs at Aberdeen Proving Ground. A defense services company that provides rapid-response fielding support and soldier-to-soldier training solutions to the U.S. Army, R4 is planning a 20,000-square-foot facility to continue and enhance its client support in a convenient location.
FEATURES
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,Sun Reporter | December 18, 2007
At the photo perch at the PetSmart in Towson, the little dogs didn't scratch at Santa's lush beard. The big dogs controlled their bladders - for the most part. The blind pit bull was a sweetie, really. And the cockatiel, Gizmo was his name, was on good behavior. That scene could have gone wrong in a hurry. Sure, some of the terriers were jumpy. One minute they were nosing around the pet store, then they were hauled onto a strange lap with hovering humans beseeching them to 1) look up and 2)
EXPLORE
March 13, 2013
The Luna's House Youth Rescue Program set up a table for the PetSmart Adoptions Weekend at the PetSmart in Abingdon on Feb 24. Pictured are Youth Rescue Member Rebecca Hillenburg and Chloe, one of Luna's House rescue dogs available for adoption. The Luna's House Youth Rescue Program meets monthly and is learning all aspects of rescue – educating the public about adopting, raising funds to help with the cost of rescuing animals and helping socialize the rescue dogs. Luna's House Animal Care and Education Center in Edgewood is a 501(c)
NEWS
May 25, 2008
Women's Wine and Dine event is canceled The Women's Wine and Dine event scheduled for Wednesday at the Maryland Golf and Country Club has been canceled. The event will be rescheduled for the fall, with the date to be determined. Information: 410-568-8821. Defense firm to expand in facility next to APG R4, a defense services company in Edgewood, has signed an agreement for an expansion project in support of its programs at Aberdeen Proving Ground. A defense services company that provides rapid-response fielding support and soldier-to-soldier training solutions to the U.S. Army, R4 is planning a 20,000-square-foot facility to continue and enhance its client support in a convenient location.
FEATURES
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,Sun Reporter | December 18, 2007
At the photo perch at the PetSmart in Towson, the little dogs didn't scratch at Santa's lush beard. The big dogs controlled their bladders - for the most part. The blind pit bull was a sweetie, really. And the cockatiel, Gizmo was his name, was on good behavior. That scene could have gone wrong in a hurry. Sure, some of the terriers were jumpy. One minute they were nosing around the pet store, then they were hauled onto a strange lap with hovering humans beseeching them to 1) look up and 2)
NEWS
By Sarah Kickler Kelber and By Sarah Kickler Kelber,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2003
Pets give unconditional love, so don't forget them this Valentine's Day. PETsMART suggests a number of gifts for feline and canine friends. * Plush Valentine Dog Toys (above, $3.49-$5.99): The dogs probably already have a ton of toys, but these white and red plush options are a festive addition to the collection. * Pet Beds: Some dogs may prefer a bed with a black-and-white toile print and a red chenille pillow to mark the holiday (below, $29.99), while others may prefer the leopard-print, heart-shaped bed that is machine-washable and folds to half its size for travel ($24-$28)
NEWS
By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1996
They are castaways, dogs and cats left by the roadside or in garbage cans by owners who didn't want them or couldn't afford to take care of them. And they have found a friend in Petsmart, a chain of pet stores that helps animal rescuers to find homes for them.The Phoenix, Ariz., company doesn't sell dogs or cats, but since 1992 it has donated space at 268 of its stores throughout the country for animal rescuers to offer to good homes the animals they have saved. Company officials estimate that they have placed 146,000 animals in new homes in the past four years.
FEATURES
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1995
Bunkey was nervous. He drooled.The big Doberman-shepherd had been brought down from Havre de Grace to the Petsmart in Perry Hall to have his picture taken with Santa Claus. His squat companion, Sunney, a beagle-rottweiler, didn't like it much either. She barked.But neither dog piddled, and that's been known to happen.Samantha the ferret wouldn't cooperate either. "You have to hold her tight," said Wanda Funkhouser, who brought Samantha in."Chuckle her under the chin," she advised.Santa was unable to find anything resembling a chin on the ferret, so he grabbed Samantha and held her out toward the camera, like a rifleman presenting arms.
NEWS
May 24, 1995
An educational partnership between PETsMART on Snowden Square Drive and Thunder Hill Elementary School was signed yesterday afternoon at the school on 9357 Mellenbrook Road.Students in grades one through five will participate in activities centering on the care of pets, such as animal adoptions around the world.The school will receive a stocked aquarium for the media center.At the signing were David Workinger of PETsMART, Thunder Hill Elementary Principal Tom Bruner, Assistant Principal Nancy Esmond and Paula Blake, assistant to the school superintendent.
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