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Finding Happiness Again

After Gary lost his last dog, Frank, he wasn’t in a place to even think about getting another dog. In fact, he thinks Frank’s passing is why he had a stroke on the same day. There was no way he was...
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Winter’s (Kinda) Here. Here’s 5 Ways to Fight Doggie Boredom

I have two dogs of questionable character. One is now a 10-year-old cattle dog mix. The other, an 8-year-old Border Collie mix. Despite their advanced dog years, they have two speeds: turbocharged and faster. Hard, hour-long walks barely put a...
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How to Find a Companion

Robin lives alone. That’s the way he likes it. He’s not a cranky guy, mind you; he’s actually a very kind and caring man. He’s lived in houses full of people coming and going, though, and he’s at a point...
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Pets Make Us Better People

If you’re reading this, chances are you know that already. But hear me out … I’m the new guy here, still finding my way.   But I’m not new to the power of pets. I’ve worked on and off for...
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Kitten Season and TNR

Brace Yourself: Kitten Season is Coming Spring is upon us, and we find ourselves once again afraid of kitten season. Why? It’s intense. Cats can (and do) get pregnant year-round, and the breeding season for North American cats is technically...
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Transparency

Transparency is important to us at Pet Resource Center of Kansas City. What do we mean when we say transparency? Simply put, it means being open and honest. For organizations, there are two types of transparency: transparency within the organization,...
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The Holiday Conundrum

Winter brings on more than just cold weather. It brings with it the financial pressures of the holiday season, higher gas bills to warm your home, property taxes, and waving to you from just offstage is the hope of (or...
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Stay on Target…

Pet Resource Center of Kansas City is the only targeted spay/neuter program in the greater Kansas City area. What does that mean and why does it matter? Back when we were revamping our outreach program a couple of years ago...
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