Dog Body Language Class October 12

DOG BODY LANGUAGE Saturday, Oct 12 2:00-4:00pm BRIDGEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY 505 McMillan Street Bridgeville, PA   15017 Call 412/220-7800 to register Dogs are very expressive animals. They communicate when they are feeling happy, sad, nervous, fearful and angry. Through their … Continue reading

Upcoming Free Classes Sponsored by CCPC

A recent news story told of a postal carrier in Chartiers City who was bitten by two dogs who’d gotten loose from their fenced back yard. The dogs are still with the owner but because they didn’t have proof of … Continue reading

Upcoming Free Classes Sponsored by CCPC

Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation  is sponsoring two instructional classes on August 17 at the Bridgeville Public Library. Pet First Aid Class August 17, Introductory Class, 11:30 to 1:00 pm Bridgeville Public Library Since June 2011, Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation has … Continue reading

Eternitrees Help to “Heal Your Heart, and Heal the Planet”

The idea of planting something that will live and grow long beyond your loss to memorialize your loved pet warms the heart with a vision of a blooming tree or shrub or a flower bed that constantly renews itself. And … Continue reading

Update to Dog Aggression Education Classes

I’d like to announce that the March 27, 2013 class at Bethel Park Public Library is full, but because of interest we have scheduled another one a week later on April 4, 2013, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Please call me … Continue reading

Healing Hearts

If you visit my place one of the things you’ll see in my “living room” is a large mural of an autumn scene in the woods covering one whole wall. There’s a reason I chose that image. That image of … Continue reading

Healing Hearts for Pet Lovers

Join us Sunday, February 10, 2013 After the rush of the holidays the grief of a recent loss can return, and that’s no different for pet lovers who’ve lost an animal companion. “I schedule this healing and nurturing event around … Continue reading

Dog Aggression Education Classes Sponsored by Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation

Last year while Deb Chebatoris was walking her two schnauzers in their own neighborhood they were suddenly and unexpectedly attacked by a larger, aggressive dog. Both dogs sustained injuries requiring treatment. While Deb was unhurt she understood that this could … Continue reading

In Honor of “Nails”

I was recently honored to work with the family of a retired police dog, “Nails”, who served the Ambridge police department from September 26, 2006 through April 6, 2009 with Sergeant Richard Heitzenrater. Nails was a Belgian Malinois who came … Continue reading

2012 Tribute Scroll

Chartiers Custom Pet Cremation Tribute Scroll I am pleased to bring you the third annual Tribute Scroll to you. This year we were able to break free from the Flash slideshow and create a smoother and more comprehensive presentation. The … Continue reading