The Paws and Claws Shelter in Madison county has arranged to have a mobile spay/neuter/shot clinic in Huntsville on August 22. It will be a minimal cost to people in the community who participate. The Humane Society of the Ozarks has been helping the Madison County Shelter over the last year by taking dogs to adopt out and providing flea and tick products. This shelter has improved tremendously in the last 12 months.
However, in rural communities spaying and neutering of pets is still not done as often as it should be and this is the only way to control the pet population. We all know the best way to reduce the number of animals in the shelter is to prevent unwanted litters of puppies and kittens. In our rural communities rates of spay/neuter are lower in part as it is difficult to obtain low cost spay and neuter services.
HSO wants to help Paws and Claws Shelter reach as many participants as possible in rural Madison County, but we can only do it with your help. We are calling on our members, followers and all animal lovers in NWA to donate and help us fund the services of 3 veterinarians, the mobile unit and vaccinations. The cost of this one day clinic providing onsite service is estimated to be $4,000.00.
You may donate online by following the link. Please put for Madison County as the reason for the donation. Checks may be mailed to HSO, 1020 S One Mile Rd Fayetteville, AR 72704
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Rudy would love to find his forever home. He is around 3 years old, medium sized and very sweet. Here is is snuggling with his toys! Please consider adopting him. Hsozarks.org ... See MoreSee Less
HElP!!! This sweet baby was possibly seen IN YOUR AREA!!!!
Possible sighting of Scotty on Saturday, July 25 between 12:15pm-12:30pm at the Kum and Go at 2400 W Hudson in Rogers, AR. The guy and sheltie were picked up and dropped off at Tire Tracks at 805 W Hudson Rd in Rogers. The guy and sheltie were last seen walking towards Pea Ridge. The guy is in his early 20s, spikey hair, glasses, gauges in ears. Last seen with a black tank top (we think) and a backpack. I have contacted both the gas station for video surveillance and tire tracks as well as tire tracks. The dog was not responding to the name the guy said (CB or CD) and didn't act like that was his owner. Please please share and help us bring Scotty home!!!!! $1000 reward!!! 417-483-2358 or 417-483-3679
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