Monthly Archives: February 2014

A Rescue Story: Buddy

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Several years ago my daughter and I were volunteer dog walkers at the rescue (there are never enough dog walkers). My very first day at the rescue, I spotted a crazy wild dog throwing himself against the run door. I looked at my daughter and said “that dog is going to be mine”. She laughed. Time went on I helped to adopt him out on more than one occasion. I said to myself, if he is meant to be mine, […]

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Treble the Yellow Labrador Mix is Looking for a Home!

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Treble is an 8-year-old Labrador mix whose elderly owner could no longer care for him. Please don’t let his age fool you!  He is young at heart – very energetic! He loves to play with his toys and then chill out and chew on a nice bone. This boy has a lot of love left to give! Treble is neutered. He is available in Westchester, NY to an approved adopter. Please contact Joan Antelman from Senior Pets NYC at […]

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A Success Story from Shelby Humane Society: Lakota

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Shelby Humane was founded in 1977.  Since 2008, we have made tremendous progress in reducing intake and increasing adoptions.  The decrease in intake correlates to the implementation of our Quick Fix, low cost spay neuter program, which was established in 2008. Additionally, we have a Shelter Partners transport program where we are able to transport healthy adoptable canines to other areas of the nation where they are adopted within days of going up for adoption.  This program has literally saved […]

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