Our annual bookmark, poster, and video contest is back and better than ever. This year we have extended the dates of our contest from February 1, 2017, to April 17, 2017, in hopes of getting even more entries. The theme this year is “Be Kind to Animals,” How Can You Help The Animals in Our […]
We are very appreciative and thankful for these organizations, their transporting possibilities, and the benefits they provide.
In early November, we received a call in regards to a residence that had nine dogs in violation of illegal dog tethering, extremely emaciated, and some were without water.
We will be offering both dog and cat vaccines, microchips, flea/tick preventative, and dewormer for an extremely low cost.
There are several ways to determine what to do when you find a lost dog, and just as many courses of action. Keep reading to learn what to do in any of these scenarios.
While the list of toxic plants is very long, we’re going to focus on the poisonous plants for dogs that are commonly found around homes and neighborhoods.
Many of our long term resident pets and dogs from the Noah’s Friends Animal Sanctuary rescue were ones to find forever homes.
All of the donations made by the club totaled over $900! We are extremely thankful of their donations and are happy to be able to host their events. Thank you Canine Agility Club!
Our Humane Investigation team was called and they responded to the lot to collect evidence and take pictures of the horrible living conditions.
Our staff has endlessly put all their effort into caring for these dogs and helping them find the forever homes they deserve.
Kimmie is a 2 year old Belgian Malinois who met all the qualifications to become a candidate for search dog training.
The volunteers were recognized at the event and comments were read out loud. They loved the recognition and the words of praise! Here are just a few of the wonderful comments shared by our staff.