Category Archives: Pet Friendly

Doggie dining etiquette is on the menu

By Patricia Stephens, Owner, FloridaPets.net More and more Florida eateries and pubs are allowing you to grab some grub on their outdoor patio accompanied by your dog. I always remind people this is a privilege to be honored. Doggie dining has been legal in Florida since 2009, but not all counties or cities around the…
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Florida Pet Rescues

"Saving one animal won't change the world, but it will change the world for that animal." - Unknown Read the very special  Rescue Rainbow Bridge Something special for anyone whose every rescued a dog: Just One Dog makes it all worthwhile. SPECIAL NOTE: This section contains a few organizations that work with Greyhound adoptions. FloridaPets.net does NOT endorse greyhound racing,…
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Pet Friendly Florida Politicians

  Pet Friendly Florida Politicians Compiled from various sources and organized by Patricia Stephens, Owner, FloridaPets.netNOTE: This page is currently under construction. Fortunately, issues about pets are usually some of the most bipartisan matters dealt with in Tallahassee or on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers have a huge say about pet issues and so it behooves us to know…
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How to make a natural flea shampoo for dogs

How to make a natural flea shampoo for dogs Gather the following ingredients: 1 Tbs. colloidal oatmeal (available at most pharmacies) 28 oz. hot water 1 Tbs. aloe vera juice (available in health food stores) 4 oz. pet shampoo (concentrated, biodegradable and hypoallergenic) 2 Tbs. orange peel oil (available in health food stores) 2 vitamin…
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How To Ask Schools and Churches to Teach Compassion Toward All God’s Creatures 

How To Ask Schools and Churches to Teach Compassion Toward All God’s Creatures  By Patricia Stephens, Owner, FloridaPets.net Below is a sample letter ready for you to fill in the blanks, sign and send.  Dear _______: (Name of school administrator, church minister, etc.) Our little ones are so full of love. What better time than…
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