Paw licking good HSO swag!
We have come up with some great swag that we will be selling at the Tails of Love Preview Party! We have a variety of sizes of our ever popular light weight hoodie shirts for sale in vintage purple and vintage black. These shirts are so comfortable and the perfect way to show your support of HSO.
We also have two new items this year. Decorate your tree with some Humane Society of the Ozarks Christmas Ornaments! These lovely ornaments are also shatter proof, so you don’t need to worry about kitkat or hounddawg knocking them off the tree and breaking them!
We also have adorable cookie cutters with an HSO rescue dog tested and approved doggy biscuit recipe from HSO member and TOL book designer, Julie McQuade-Heyes. We even have HSO volunteer baking elves making batches of the yummy treats so your favorite pet can sample them right away!
|Give the gift of membership this holiday season
So many of us are really working on reducing clutter in our lives these days, but we still appreciate thoughtful gifts. Why not consider a membership to HSO for a clutter free gift for the animal lovers in your life? With membership levels starting at $15.00 for senior citizens/students, there are membership levels to meet all your gifting needs.
Did you know?
That you can help support HSO by adding an HSO decal to your license plates on your autos? For a small additional fee, you license will show your support for the Humane Society of the Ozarks and the fee comes to us! In 2015 we received a total of $3,000.00 in support of our mission via this program. For 2016 we budgeted those funds to go into our cruelty and rescue program. Please consider adding this to your tags in the new year. It will help us rescue more animals in need.
|The Humane Society of the Ozarks (HSO) was founded in 1944 and is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to the mission of promoting the humane treatment of animals through education and advocacy. HSO is not affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States and we receive no government funding. We rely on support from our members, sponsors and community to fund our programs.|