Nearly 700 shelters across the country are teaming up with NBC Owned Television Stations and Telemundo for Clear the Shelters, a nationwide pet adoption drive on Saturday, August 19 that helps find loving homes for animals in need. Over 54,000 pets found their forever homes in 2016.
The shelter will be participating in this year’s event. Stop by, adopt and save a life!!
Meet your friends on Friday, August 25th at the Temple City Chipotle on 5809 Rosemead Blvd. from 10:45 am to 10:00 pm.
Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society.
Enjoy good food and support the shelter!
The Dog Wash Fundraiser is over, but the memories live on. Check out the day on this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4sVGRzPfwcXOW5RR0tCemtyTDg/view?ts=59b46e88.
Your pet could be the celebrity on the cover of our 2018 calendar! Do you have a great photo of your best friend?
Enter our photo contest! Send in your favorite pet photos and yours could be one of twelve lucky pets to be featured in our 2018 calendar. Submission deadline is June 18, 2017!
Email your photos to email@example.com. Photos should be high resolution, horizontal shots that show off your best friend. We welcome your best photos in our calendar contest. Tell your friends, family and co-workers!
I have very good news to report! You came through for me. Thanks to your generosity, I have enough money for my surgery with a bit left over. My friend, Meg, is being evaluated at a specialist and she may need an expensive procedure so she can be healthy. I am looking forward to my surgery on May 16th. I can then put my best paw forward and find my forever home. Don’t forget about me! Here is my story. My name is Ramona. I came to the shelter in May, 2014 with my litter of young kittens. My babies kept me very busy and I was happy to see them find their forever homes. I’ve made many friends here but still haven’t met that one special family. It’s stressing me out and now I have stomatitis, a periodontal disease. When the inflammation is severe, it is very painful for me. I don’t feel I can be my best every day and I am missing out on meeting my forever family. I need specialized surgery in order to relieve my pain and sore gums. They tell me that feline stomatitis is a painful and chronic condition of the tissues in my mouth. My only relief is specialized surgery that can’t be performed by the shelter clinic staff. I need a veterinary specialist do to the surgery and need your help to raise $950. With your help and the surgery, I can look forward to a happy life in a furrever home. My surgery is scheduled for May 16th and I don’t want to suffer any longer. Please follow this link and type Ramona in the message box and your generous donation will go toward my surgery. If I get more money than I need, (thanks to you), I will make sure that any extra goes to my other animal friends who need special medical care.
I am a 4 year old girl with torbie markings, big eyes and a great sense of curiosity. I love head scratches, being brushed and full body massages. I respond with a big yoga stretch reaching my back high to the sky with a contented smile on my face. After playing with my favorite string toys, I am happy to sit on a favorite lap for attention. My friends say I am well behaved and a pleasure to be with. I don’t even get fussy when my nails are trimmed! By now, you are probably wanting to meet me. If you are the perfect family for me, please stop by the shelter and let’s get to know each other!
Mark your calendar!
Saturday, May 6th
9am to 3pm
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, 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!
The 2017 calendars are here! Filled with adorable photos of man’s best friends, you will want one for yourself and a few for your friends!
Pick one up at the shelter today or order on line using our Paypal account.
If you would like to order a 2017 calendar on line, you can do so through Paypal. Toward the top of the Home Page in the ‘How To Help’ section, click on the Donate link. This will take you to the donation page. Then click on the Paypal logo and fill out all requested information. Select the option to ‘review your donation and continue’ and in the box labeled ‘add special instructions to the seller’, write in that you want to order calendar(s) and list the address(es) you want them shipped to. Calendars are $15 to cover the cost of mailing.
Our 2016 and 2017 calendar girls, June and Cookie, wish you and your pets a Happy Halloween. They want to share some safety tips for your ‘best friends’ so they enjoy a safe holiday.
Cautious Costumes: If you dress up your pet, choose your costume with care. Make sure it fits well and doesn’t restrict his breathing, movement, eye sight, barking or meowing. Be mindful of and dangling pieces of fabric or buttons that can be chewed off and swallowed. If your pet seemed distressed when dressed up, it’s best to avoid the costume.
Stash the Goodies: Keep the Halloween candy far out of reach of Fido and Fluffy. Chocolate, especially dark chocolate, is dangerous for pets, and Xylitol, an artificial sweetener found in sugar free candy and gum, can also cause very serious medical problems for your pets. If you think your pet has eaten something toxic, call the ASPCA Poison Control Center at 888-426-4435 immediately.
Prevent Spooked Pets: With ghosts and goblins knocking on your door, this can be a scary and stressful time for your pet. To reduce anxiety and keep your pet from fleeing, most pets do best when kept in a separate room away from the front door. Remember, the best dressed pets this Halloween are wearing a collar with an ID tag and a microchip!
Thank you to Dr. Walter Cailleteau at the Sierra Madre Animal Hospital for these great tips! Check them out on their website at http://www.sierramadreanimalhospital.com/