Podcast – The Eastern Area Agency on Aging Furry Friends Food Bank and Green Acres’ Annual Fundraiser

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In this episode of The Woof Meow Show from November 18th, Kate and Don talk with Robert Crone and Laurie Qualey from the Eastern Area Agency on Aging about the vital services this agency and its volunteers provide for seniors in Penobscot, Piscataquis, Hancock, and Washington counties. They discuss the Furry Friends Food Bank, its inception, and Green Acres Kennel Shop’s annual fundraiser for this cause that helps keep pets and senior together and healthy. Tune in and learn how you can help!

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Contact Info

Friends of the EAAA Furry Friends Food Bank

https://www.facebook.com/GAKS.FFFFB/

 

Eastern Area Agency on Aging
450 Essex Street
Bangor, ME 04401

(207) 941-2865 or 1-800-432-7812

http://www.eaaa.org/index.php

https://www.facebook.com/easternaaa/

 

Green Acres Kennel Shop
1653 Union Street
Bangor, ME 04401-2204

(207) 945-6841

www.greenacreskennel.com

https://www.facebook.com/GreenAcresKennelShop/

 

 

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Podcast – Help Keep Seniors & Pets Together! – Green Acres’ 9th Annual Fundraiser for the EAAA Furry Friends Food Bank

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19nov16-9th-annual-fundraiser-for-fffb-400x400In this episode of The Woof Meow Show from November 19th, 2016 Kate and Don talk with Robert Crone from the Eastern Area Agency on Aging about the vital services this agency and its volunteers provide for seniors in Penobscot, Piscataquis, Hancock, and Washington counties. They talk about the Furry Friends Food Bank, its inception, and Green Acres Kennel Shop’s 9th annual fundraiser for this cause that helps keep pets and senior together and healthy. Tune in and learn how you can help!

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Shared Blog Post – Lawn Chemicals Linked to 2 Types of Cancer in Dogs

This blog post from Paul Ebeling discusses the link between lawn chemicals and cancer in dogs. I recommend you read it if you use lawn chemicals on your lawns or if you take your dog any place where such chemicals are in use. Many states require that commercial applicators post notices that such chemicals have been used; however, in many cases if a property owner applies these chemicals themselves, they may not be required to post a warning. Just be cause a lawn has not been posted does not mean it is free of chemicals or is safe.

Lawn Chemicals Linked to 2 Types of Cancer in Dogs