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Open house and info at shelter

April
30

The New Rochelle Humane Society, 70 Portman Road in New Rochelle NY is hosting an open house with workshops and presentations on micro-chipping, pet CPR and first aid, and fostering, Sunday May 2 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is for two-footers, only, so leave your pets at home.
If you go, take a tour and visit the animals waiting for adoption. Maybe you’ll take one home.
Here’s the schedule:
• Micro-chipping Presentation, 11 a.m.
• Pet CPR and First Aid Workshop, 12:30 p.m.
• Fostering Workshop, 2 p.m.

Here’s one the pups looking for a good home:

MaryAnne is Shepherd/hound mix who is a total sweetheart. She is a 1-year-old former momma Shepherd who is looking for a home after being found with a litter of eight pups, who look like a Labrador retriever might have been their daddy. Maryanne has amazed everyone at the New Rochelle Humane Society with her gentle, friendly personality. Her adoption fee of $152.50 includes spay surgery, vaccines, heartworm test, micro-chip and a free vet exam.

For more info, call 914.632.2925 or visit www.newrochellehumanesociety.org

This entry was posted on Friday, April 30th, 2010 at 12:24 pm by Laurel Babcock. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Category: Animal care, Animal rescue, Animal safety, Cats, Dogs, Shepherda

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For most animal lovers, pets are members of the family. They carry around pictures in their wallets and schedule vacations with pets in mind. This blog takes a look into the world of a pet owner: the good, the bad and the just plain obsessive.









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Laurel Babcock is the Community Life editor for The Journal News, Express Publications and LoHud.com. She grew up with a beloved mutt and was surrounded by dogs into young adulthood. She liked cats enough, but didn't really think of them as true pets. That changed when her brother brought an abandoned 4-week-old kitty into the family, dooming us all. Laurel currently serves as staff for two completely adored cats, Stanley and Cup, both girls.


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