A dedicated staff of professionals and volunteers, caring for the many lost and unwanted dogs and cats in Fulton County.
    

 

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First Aid for Your Dog

7 Natural Treats for your dog

18 Human foods NOT to give your dog

We Have KITTENS

Cat First Aid

School makes donation

Super Shoes Donations

2014 Rabies Clinics

Where to Bury a Good Dog

Community Spay/Neuter program

 

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Bring them up to us. The money from those bottles and cans will help feed and maintain our dogs and cats.

 

 

WARNING FROM

JABMHS!

 
SO 
SMILE!!!
  

James A. Brennan Memorial Humane Society is desperately low on dry dog food. They prefer food without red dye such as Pedigree or Purina Dog Chow. Any dye free food would be appreciated.
  

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If you adopted a dog or cat from us, we'd like to hear from you. The shelter would like to know how your family and pet are getting along. Please send a email with a picture of your pet and we will put it on the website as a success story of the month. Send to:
ddougher@nycap.rr.com or jabmhs@yahoo.com

We are in need of cleaning supplies and paper products. We are most in need of paper towels and cleaning products such as Lysol, Mr. Clean, and Fabuloso. Any donations can be dropped off at the shelter.
The shelter is open from 8-3 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Sunday 8-2 and Tuesday 8-11 & 2-5.
Thanks for your support.

 

FOUND

Does anyone know me?

This girl was found in Hope on Old Northville Rd. She appears to have had puppies recently. She is about 1-2 yrs old.

 

LOST

We were in Hamilton County New York camping in the Adirondack National Park. We were camping in Moose River Plains primitive campground near the town of Inlet at campsite number 76 on Otter Brooke Road. On Saturday morning July 26 at 8 AM our cat got out of the tent and we could not locate her after a day and a half of looking. We had to leave the campsite to go back home 3 hours south but are not ready to stop our efforts as she may have survived and we don't want her out there suffering. We reported the cat lost with her description to the Ranger on call at the camp area as well as leaving a sign at the entrance gate to Moose River Plain campsite. If you can provide any information on the pet rescue resources for that area please email me back at Drgaudioso@mac.com. Or call 212 729 1450. She is a blue Russian female gray cat that comes to the name Blu. She has gray hair and one green eye and one brown Eye. Thank You.

A. Gaudioso 

OUR PETS OF THE MONTH

Macie

It's pretty obvious by looking at Macie that she didn't have a very easy start in life. Luckily she is resilient and looking forward to the life that she deserves. she loves everyone that she meets including children. Come meet Macie, you will fall in love

$100 of her adoption fee has been sponsored

Midnight

 

DSH Male

$50 of my adoption fee is sponsored

 

  

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