Help shelter dogs find their forever homes. This Saturday, August 20th, come to Petco in San Gabriel, take a picture of Pokémon at our table and post on our Instagram or Facebook site!
This Friday, July 8th from 6:30 to 8:30 at Temple City Park, next to City Hall. Temple City residents are invited to bring their pets for one-stop license renewal (new licenses also), micro chipping and rabies vaccinations. For quick service, bring your renewal letter with you. If your pet is not micro chipped or the rabies vaccination expires before June 30th, 2017, vet staff will be available to assist you with both services before a new license is issued. Rabies shots are $6.00 and micro chipping is $15.
All dogs must be on a leash at all times. All cats must be in a carrier at all times.
For your convenience, four stations will be set up alphabetically: A-E, F-L, M-R and S-Z.
Temple City Park is located at 9701 Las Tunas Drive. Mark your calendar!
The LA Renegade Rollergirls take on the Tucson Rollergirls on Saturday, June 25 at 7pm in Wingate Park, 735 N. Glendora Avenue in Covina to support the shelter.
Be there for the excitement! Full contact. No penalties.
Tickets at the door are $10 dollars: $8 presale. Bring Pedigree dog food, Purina cat chow or cat litter and be entered in a raffle to benefit the animals.
After four years at the shelter, our little ’Sylvester’ has found his forever home. His new owners, John and Sonia, shared with us the intimate details of his first week.
A New Name: They considered keeping him ‘Sylvester’, but decided that his new life should be accompanied by a new name. So, Sylvester is now Riley…… living the “Life of Riley!”
John tells us that immediately after adopting him from the shelter, Riley’s first stop was the Arcadia Dog Park. Looking out the car window, Riley had the most adorable look of wonderment in his eyes. It must have been sensory overload, like a kid at Disneyland, with so much to see. He seemed spellbound by people crossing the street, cars passing by, and all the activity going on around us. At the park, he wandered about and did lots of sniffing and peeing (of course) and played with the handful of other small dogs that were there. When we went home, he was introduced to his new brother and sister, Chiquita and Rummy, on a walk so we could introduce everyone away from home turf. As we expected, the first time inside our house, Riley must have tried to pee half a dozen times in the first five minutes. We always knew this would be the biggest challenge for Riley after spending more than four years at the shelter. Let me say that after the first 30 minutes, and up until today, he has only had a single “accident” in the house. We are blown away how well he has done. The first night we went to bed, we put Riley in the crate next to our bed but let him out during the night to join us in bed. He’s been sleeping with us in bed ever since and he sleeps like a log.
We’ve spent tons of time getting Riley acclimated to his new home. It’s still so difficult for me to imagine him spending four years at the shelter, but I try to focus on his new life. I know he’s six years old, but he has an amazing puppy-like enthusiasm and energy. He has a zest for life. You can see it in everything he does: sunbathing on a patio chair, chasing the birds and squirrels in the back yard (he just likes to see them scatter), eagerly devouring his twice daily meals, sleeping peacefully in our warm bed, and playing chase with his new brother and sister. Riley said to tell everyone at the shelter ‘thank you for not giving up on him’. He appreciates all the love (and snacks) he’s been showered with all these years. Here are some pictures of the new Riley!!
Hi! I’m Johnny. My prior family surrendered me to the shelter when I was sick. San Gabriel Valley Humane Society has taken real good care of me and I’m almost all well and ready for a new home. But first I must have surgery and this is where you can help me. Unfortunately, a vet has diagnosed me with an obstruction in my nose – probably polyps- which are interfering with my breathing. I need surgery to remove these polyps and breathe normally. I need to raise $1,000 for my surgery. With your help and the surgery, I can live a long, healthy life with a purrever family.
I am a handsome 2 year old grey tabby who came to the shelter sick and was treated for upper respiratory infections for two months. Even under treatment, I was cuddly and playful and quickly became a staff favorite. Not only do I have gorgeous tabby stripes, I’ve got the personality to match! Some call me a Love Bug. I melt into laps, nestle into chests and necks, while making a soothing purr. Not to brag, but I’m known as a bit of an athlete: bouncing after toys and chasing the red laser dot around obstacles. I love people and will hop on the back of a person that bends over to play and follow visitors around looking for attention. I get along with other cats and would do fine being an only cat or in a multi-cat family too. Here I am posting this on the computer!
Thank you generous animal lovers for giving me a chance to be well and find my furever home! I had my surgery, the polyp was removed and I was adopted by a special some one!
Whittier Narrows Park
Meadows Picnic Area
750 Santa Anita Avenue
South El Monte 91733
We will be joining animal lovers for this year’s Healthy Pet Expo. Bring your dog or cat and take advantage of the many free services for your pet, including nail trims, spay/neuter, vet consults, giveaways and free and low cost vaccines.
There will be a dog contest with prizes for the best outfit, coolest trick and pet owner- look alike. Spend a fun day with your best friend and learn how to keep your pet healthy!
FREE HEALTH FAIR
on Saturday, April 30th
8am to 11am
Activities include 1k/5k/10K Walk/Run at 7:30 am
Free Health Information and Screenings
Entertainment by our own “TCHS Jazz Band and Longden Drill Team”
For more information: call 626 548-5069