Monthly Archives: February 2011

Challenge: Changing How Spay & Neuter is Perceived

By Kellie Heckman This past weekend I spent time at the Virgin Islands Agrifest (did you hear that they had tofu kabobs?!). This is a major event here—hotels and rental cars on the island have been booked solid for weeks. … Continue reading

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St. Croix Clinic Launch & Happy Spay Day!

by Kellie Heckman This week FiXiT Foundation opens our spay/neuter clinic in St. Croix –a collaborative effort called St. Croix Animal Welfare Network with the animal shelter and veterinarians on the island. This marks a major milestone for our organization, … Continue reading

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Happy Don’t Feed Your Dog Chocolate Day!

My favorite dog-in-trouble story involves one of the smartest black labs I’ve ever met and a double chocolate birthday cake that sat on the very back of the counter, supposedly out of her reach. Standing on her hind legs and … Continue reading

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“Convicted Child Molester Returning to the Classroom to Teach.”

OK, so that’s not a TRUE statement—in fact, it better not be, as I’d be the first Mommy on the scene to protest—but I use it as a lead-in to the “Michael Vick thinks he should be able to have … Continue reading

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