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What: Low Cost Vaccines for Dogs & Cats
Where: Pasadena Humane Society
When: Monday, March 12th 6pm-8pm

Vets at PHS will be giving vaccines for rabies ($6), DHLPP ($15), bordetella ($15) and FVRCP ($15).  Residents of Arcadia, LaCañada Flintridge and San Marino will be able to purchase a dog license as well.  You can get your furry friend microchipped for just $20.  Be sure to have your dog leashed and your cat in a carrier.  Cash and checks will be the accepted methods of payment.  PHS suggests showing up early to avoid lines.  And we suggest you take a look at the adoptable dogs, cats & bunnies waiting for homes at the Pasadena Humane Society if you’re looking to add a new member to your family.

For questions or inquires, please call the Pasadena Humane Society at 626.792.7151 ext 115.

Jack *Adopted from the Pasadena Humane Society*

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Co-owner of Alternative Outfitters, Jackie Horrick, was a featured guest on the Live Natural Live Well Blog Talk Radio Series by Doc Heather Lounsbury today. They discussed Jackie’s “ah ha” moment when she became vegetarian and then later vegan, the environmental impact that the leather industry has on the planet, the fashionable cruelty-free offerings that Alternative Outfitters has to offer this holiday season, and much more! If you listen carefully, you will even receive a coupon code for 15% Off on your entire order at AO through December 25th, 2011. Click HERE to listen to the interview.

Doc Heather Lounsbury

Jackie of AO and Clover The Beagle


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The ladies from Our Hen House came to visit Los Angeles for the 2011 Animal Rights Conference and they stopped by our Pasadena showroom with friend and L.A. correspondent Ari Solomon to do some shopping and to interview our own, Jackie Horrick, about what it’s like running a vegan business and all things vegan in LA.  You can check out their fabulous podcast interview  by going to their blog at OurHenHouse.org or subscribing on iTunes.

We’re also excited to have a new addition to our vegan handbag selection, the Our Hen House signature tote bag!  This limited edition super-adorable-one-of-a-kind vegan tote bag reads, “A Place To Find Our Way To Change The World For Animals”. This cute black, yellow, and grey tote was designed in collaboration with Lion’s Share Industries and Our Hen House, and was created by artist Razi Bhatti. It is made from 100% recycled soda, water, food containers, and was printed using eco-friendly ink.

Our Hen House Tote

Our Hen House Tote

We had so much fun visiting with Jasmin and Mariann from Our Hen House and we look forward to their next visit to LA!

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Please stop by the ARME vegan bake sale and purchase some delicious vegan treats or bring some to donate. ARME is Shannon Keith’s non-profit that produced the great documentaries Behind the Mask & Skin Trade. Shannon is ready to travel the world with Skin Trade, but needs help with funding! Check out their facebook page to leave a comment and rsvp.

  • Date:  Saturday, May 1st 2010
  • Time: 11am – 5pm
  • Location: Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society
    4300 Melrose Ave
    Los Angeles

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The West Hollywood city council voted unanimously last Monday night in favor of an ordinance to prohibit retail sales of dogs and cats at pet stores. Yay!  The ordinance makes West Hollywood, a leader in adopting laws to protect animals from cruelty, one of only a handful of cities in the nation to close off a primary channel for the sale of dogs and cats produced in large-scale, commercial breeding facilities such as puppy mills. Way to go West Hollywood! To read the whole story by The Humane Society click here.

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This past week, Alternative Outfitters was featured on Supreme Master TV.  They did an interview with co-founder, Jackie Horrick, to find out more about the company and how it got started. Check out the videos below. 

Part 1A

Part 1B

Part 2A

Part 2B

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Actress Suzanne Cryer wearing AO\'s \In the movie Sex and the City, Samantha welcomes a new man into her life…a sex-obsessed Yorkshire Terrier named Baby. The matchmaker? An animal activist–played by actress Suzanne Cryer–who shows her canine compassion with an Alternative Outfitters “Cruelty Free” Chocolate Tank Top.

Alternative Outfitters, a leading retailer in chic, cruelty-free fashion, accessories and beauty brands, is thrilled that their very own 100% combed cotton spaghetti strap tank was chosen by the movie’s famed costume designer, Patricia Field, to star in this long awaited box office success.

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