Max A. Pooch Press releases
Feb 02, 2017
Generous merchants place specially designed Monroe County Friends of Animals donation boxes in strategic locations to help homeless cats and dogs in Monroe County.
Jan 25, 2017
Bill Landry, award winning host and producer of WBIR's Heartland Series, and author of the new book, When the West Was Tennessee, is scheduled to appear on Tellico Village Broadcasting.
Jan 20, 2017
Keith Sanderson, publicity director of Monroe County Friends of Animals, Madisonville, TN announced today that Claire Moxim, board member of Monroe County Friends of Animals premiered as hostess in a new series produced by Tellico Village Broadcasting.
Jan 17, 2017
Series will explore the unique ways that companion animals and humans help and nurture each other.
Dec 19, 2016
Dale Polewach, President of the Monroe County Friends of Animals Board announced that the board approved a property purchase for the future home of the Monroe County Animal shelter.
Nov 28, 2016
Randy Hedgepath, one of the most sought after interpretive naturalists in the southeast is the featured guest on the popular Tellico Village Broadcasting nature and natural history television series, Tellico Village Naturally.
Nov 07, 2016
Black Dog Friday Super Hero Award is given to canines and their human companions who have demonstrated their continuing dedication to unleashing the power of a dog's love into the world.
Oct 28, 2016
Popcorn, Pirates brother, a five-week old puppy was stolen prior to a journey that should have been full of promise and hope for Pirate, his two brothers, and their mother Panache
Oct 21, 2016
What to do if your pooch gets skunked? Should tabby roam outside? What to do if you can't stop your dog from peeing in the house?. Answers to these and many other questions on latest episode of Tellico Village Naturally:Felines and Canines
Oct 01, 2016
Human volunteers, some lucky Tellico Village dogs and one lucky Tellico Village cat team-up to create a heartwarming ad that will support Monroe County Friends of Animals help homeless animals