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In all that we do, we remain focused on both our mission and our vision, each established almost sixteen years ago during our inception. Unfortunately, this keeps our team extremely busy 24/7.
Throughout the year we will ask the public to help us by fostering pets. This is a commitment and should not be taken lightly! We have listed just a few of the reasons we are in need of caring people who will open their homes and hearts to pets in need.
Most of you are aware of the “Winter Kitties” that entered our facility due to a terrible hoarding situation in West Virginia. The very next day, our team was knee-deep in snow saving Huskies who were also in desperate need of help. Rescuing never stops!
Dogs are as diverse as humans, and come with their own experiences, preferences, and quirks. Because of this, there are many things to consider before you start your search for a new pet.
Has your dog been a little “off” lately? Possibly stumbling, turning circles, or wobbling as though drunk? These subtle symptoms can be the first telltale signs of Vestibular Disease.
A new year is upon us, and we have wasted no time in moving forward with our goals. Our work was slowed a bit in 2020 due to the COVID-19 shut down and regulations, but with a new year, a new vaccine, and safety measures in place, we hope to make up for lost time.
There are many reasons why a pet owner should consider spaying their female dogs, one of the more serious being a condition known as Pyometra, which can be very painful and sometimes deadly if not caught and treated in time.
We can all agree that 2020 has been a challenging and difficult year for all of us. With the coming holidays, we are gifted with a renewed sense of optimism and hope for the future.
Our mission is to save the lives of pets in imminent danger. Often, these pets are pregnant dogs and cats that have ended up in an animal control facility that lacks both the time and resources to care for a mother and her babies.
Many are unaware that our rescue efforts are a balance of helping the members of our community in need, as well as saving the pets in the most danger of losing their lives. Our staff is committed to this mission, and we know our followers are as well.
Colder temperatures can affect our pets too. Even with their furry coats, they can feel the impact of colder weather. From increased joint stiffness to the risk of being left in cold cars, here is a list of how the cold weather can effect your four-legged friend.
We love to see cats and kittens happily playing, but what we don’t enjoy seeing are the cats and kittens who are out in the elements trying to survive. Sadly, there are large populations of cats and kittens that do not have homes and are feral.
According to the American Humane Society, 10 million pets go missing in the U.S. every year. Sadly, only 15 percent of dogs and 2 percent of cats without tags or microchips are reunited with their families. When you leave a shelter or adoption center your pet should have on a collar and an ID.
It is exciting to adopt a furry friend. You walk into an Adoption Center or rescue shelter and see the precious eyes, wagging tails, tilted heads, and hear the purring voices- but there are things to keep in mind before you take a furry friend home.
Annually pets are euthanized due to lack of shelters and loving homes. You can make a difference by having your pet(s) sterilized. Spaying and neutering can also help to reduce other serious health and behavioral issues.
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