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New lost pet hotline for Siesta Key

New lost pet hotline for Siesta Key

Siesta Key, Florida -- When you lose a pet, you're desperate to get them back. And now on Siesta Key, there's one more resource to turn to for help.

Local financial advisor Judi Moore has created a lost pet hotline. If you lose a pet or want to be notified when a pet is lost, so you can keep a look out for it, you can call 941-749-5665.

There's also a Facebook page set up to help reunite pets with their owners.

Pet portraits offered at The Bayside Pet Resort & Spa

Pet portraits offered at The Bayside Pet Resort & Spa

Sarasota, Florida – The Bayside Pet Resort and Spa is offering free pet portraits to 25 people Tursday, Oct. 18, from 3:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 

The resort is hosting popular 20-year-old Sarasota pet photographer Emilee Fuss with a wine and cheese reception for pet parents. Fuss will be providing free 8 x 10 portraits for 25 pets.

Her pet photography can be seen throughout The Bayside Pet Resort & Spa. 

Treat your pets to massage seminar

Sarasota, Florida -- The Bayside Pet Resort and Spa will host a free seminar about the benefits of canine massage and aromatherapy on Saturday Sept. 15, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at 8154 N Tamiami Trail in Sarasota.

150 rescued cats available for adoption

150 rescued cats available for adoption

Sarasota, Florida -- On Saturday, Aug. 11 and Sunday, Aug. 12, from 10 a.m.

After animal hoarding case, most dogs find new homes

After animal hoarding case, most dogs find new homes

TAMPA BAY, Fla. -- Two months after the biggest animal confiscation case in Sarasota County history, some of the rescued dogs are still being cared for by animal rescues and shelters as they wait for forever families.

Keep pets safe this summer

Keep pets safe this summer

Sarasota, Florida -- The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office wants to remind pet owners to keep their dogs safe during the heat of summer.

Public Service Aides have recently responded to several complaints about dogs being left in hot cars with the window down just a few inches. In one case, they were just about to break the window to rescue the dog when the owner came out of the store. Owners can be cited for leaving a dog in a parked vehicle without adequate ventilation.