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Forever Home 10/26

Oct 26, 2017

6/11: Forever Home

Jun 11, 2015

Opal came to Animal Allies from another shelter and is looking for her forever home. She is a friendly and relatively quiet beagle, loving and playful. Opal has been spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated.

6/4 Forever Home

Jun 3, 2015

Pat Castellano of Animal Allies talks about adopting special needs animals like Charlie Brown.

5/21 Forever Home

May 20, 2015

Sammy:

Sammy is a Spaniel mix, male, D.O.B. 9/7/04. Sammys' owner moved away and decided not to take Sammy.  How could anyone leave such a  kind, gentle , loving boy. He just wants a home again. Do you have room for a good boy who only wants some affection, food, and an occasional stroll with you? Come meet Sammy; you will fall in love!

Salmon:

5/14 Forever Home

May 14, 2015

Kids, camps and critters: that's what summer is all about at Animal Allies Summer Camps.  Pat Castellano is Animal Allies' Humane Educator, and she says they've added a couple of new camps this year.

Also, meet just four of the animals looking for their Forever Homes this week!

4/30 Forever Home

Apr 29, 2015

Chewy's story ...
This spunky Labrador/Border Collie mix dog came to Animal Allies as a transfer from another rescue and he is looking for a new home! Chewy is a happy dog with a big smile. He can be timid in new situations but once you spend some time letting him get to know you, he's a real sweetheart. Chewy has been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.

4/23 Forever Home

Apr 21, 2015

Chrysanthemum's Story ...  Chrysanthemum is a beautiful muted calico girl who is 6 years old. She is a Manx breed of cat so she doesn't have a tail! She came to us from a previous home and is ready to find a new, loving home to call her own. If you're looking for a calm, friendly cat that likes lots of attention, look no further! Chrysanthemum has been spayed, microchipped and vaccinated.

4/16 Forever Home

Apr 16, 2015
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Animal Allies' Humane Educator Pat Castellano joins us to talk about keeping cats indoors.  It's not only safer and better for them ... it's safer and better for the birds.

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Animal Allies Humane Society

Pat Castellano is the Humane Educator at Animal Allies and she talks about why it's so important - if your dog or cat won't carry a wallet - to make sure they have a license and ID tag on their collars.

(Oh, and you can find out more about Max here:)