Big Love Month ~ JUNE 2009 ~ Nevada Humane Society

I’m ready for another cat…so is Leo, he keeps looking for Max. I have my adoption application all filled out and proof of my ownership of home (you’ll need permission of landlord if you rent)…I’ll be getting off early from work today and will be heading down to the Humane Society this afternoon!

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Big Love Month! June 1-30th, 2009. Experience the Love of an Adopted Pet.

Adult Dogs: $40
Adult Cats: $10
Rabbits: $25

Adoption Hours:
Monday-Friday: 11am-6:30pm
Saturday: 10am-6:30pm
Sunday: 11am-6:30pm
Call (775) 856-2000 x335 for more information.

DOG ADOPTION APPLICATION

CAT ADOPTION APPLICATION

ALL OTHER ANIMAL ADOPTION APPLICATION

Information on Spay/Nueter Program for Pit Bulls ~

Free Pit Bull Spay/Neuter Program

CURRENT WISH LIST:

Listed here are items you can donate to help better accomplish the Nevada Humane Society’s no-kill goals.

Laptop Computer
3/4-1 ton pickup truck (4×4. A/C, V8, low miles)
Canned kitten, puppy, cat or dog food
Dry kitten, puppy, cat or dog food
Squeeze Cheese
Peanut Butter
Dog & cat toys
Metal dog dishes
Leashes, collars, & harnesses of all sizes
Cat beds
Towels and blankets
Laundry soap (liquid & powder)
Bleach
Hand sanitizer
Copy paper
Pens
Small (6″) paper bowls or plates
Paper Cups
Kleenex tissues
Paper towels
13-gal. trash bags
Yarn

Hiking Buddies ~ Adopt a dog for hiking! Nevada Humane Society

Before heading out to work I glanced briefly through the Reno Gazette Journal and a side article caught my eye in the Neighborhoods & Voices section.

Diane Blankenburg’s Animal Files ~ Adopt dog for hiking.

Looking for a companion for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, jogging or walking? Want to help the orphaned animals of our community? The Hiking Buddies program is the perfect opportunity.

Take a Nevada Humane Society shelter dog out with you for a day of fun, fresh air and exercise and give them a better chance at finding a new home. It provides a chance for the dog to get out of the shelter thus improving their quality of life…makes them calmer in their cages which increases their chance of being adopted.

Hiking Buddies was started by Britt Johnson, a volunteer ~ she and her husband have been working with the dogs at the Nevada Humane Society for months. The dogs wear Adopt Me vests or colorful bandanas to increase public awareness. Britt interviews applicants and works with the staff to match hikers to the dogs.

Want to join?! Apply to the Hiking Buddies Program by contacting the Nevada Humane Society at 775-856-2000, ext. 308 or Britt Johnson at bberger@cabnr.unr.edu.