Tag: Pet Companions Club

Thank You for Your Support PebbleCreek!

Jim Ellison, President, PC Pet Companions Club The Pet Companions Club of PebbleCreek would like to thank all our PebbleCreek residents who have supported us during the year in 2020. Your financial donations have enabled us to provide veterinary care for the many lost, abandoned, and abused pets rescued in our community. Your donations of…

Holiday Season and Your Pets

Jim Ellison, President of Pet Companions Club It is the holiday season again and a time to be extra careful about your pets’ well-being. The holiday season is when family and friends visit and chances increase for your pets to escape your home. Please be extra vigilant and make sure your pets have proper identification…

Mat Dry to Address Pet Companions Club

Jim Ellison, President The Pet Companions Club of PebbleCreek is pleased to have as its speaker at our Wednesday, March 4, 2020, meeting, Mat Dry, owner of TIA Safaris. We will meet at 3 p.m. in room 100 of the Eagle’s Nest Activities Center. All PebbleCreek residents, whether club members or not, are invited to…

Thank You Friends

Jim Ellison, President The Pet Companions Club of PebbleCreek would like to thank all our PebbleCreek residents who have supported us during the year in 2019. Your financial donations have enabled us to provide veterinary care for the many lost, abandoned, and abused pets rescued in our community. Your donations of pet related supplies (pet…

Blue Pearl Emergency Pet Hospital veterinarians to speak Wednesday, November 6

Dr. Nguyen holding Nott with Dr. Franko.

Marge Ellison, vice president The Pet Companions Club of PebbleCreek is pleased to have Aaron Franko, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and An Nguyen, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Blue Pearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital as speakers at our Wednesday, Nov. 6, general meeting. We will meet at 3 p.m. in room 100 of the Eagle’s Nest activities center.…

Holiday season and your pets

Jim Ellison, president, Pet Companions Club It is holiday season again and a time to be extra careful about your pet’s well-being. The holiday season is a time when family and friends visit and chances increase for your pets to escape your home. Please be extra vigilant and make sure your pets have proper identification…