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More new friends and treats for Valentine's Day

Jessie of Warm Springs, Las Vegas eats healthy food.
Jessie of Warm Springs, Las Vegas eats healthy food.
Pua Decaires photo

Last week, felines were featured here on New Friends. Other four-legged friends wrote in asking for coverage too. We don't want to forget man's best friend.

Start a special new friendship with one who needs a home, especially this weekend on Sunday, Valentine’s Day. At Best Friends Sanctuary near Las Vegas, you can adopt a dog who needs a friend and a home. Some are merely shy or older, or might need medical attention. Pick one out to adopt. Your new pet will return your love ten fold.

To adopt a new friend from Best Friends Sanctuary, view photos of a potential mate or fill out an application online. If you are unsure of which dog to choose, adoption specialists play matchmakers. You can reach them through their email. Although located in Southern Utah, Las Vegans don't mind the scenic drive.

When you bring your new friend home, treat him/her to healthy and tasty treats by Dana Zia. They look so yummy, they're even edible for humans. Peanut butter biscuits are scrumptious and chicken liver cookies are made with whole wheat flour, oats or rice, parsley, egg, vegetable oil, chicken broth and chopped liver. 

Reasons for feeding your pet healthier kinds of food are better skin, less bloating, appropriate growth speed in puppies and no antibiotics, too. You'll see a difference in their shinier coats, better teeth and nicer breaths. Read more on that.

Whatever the choice may be, make your new doggie (or cat) friend comfortable by sharing your love with food on Valentine's Day. 


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