Humane Society/SPCA of Nelson County
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CAT & DOG OF THE MONTH
Each month Almost Home features an exceptional cat and dog of the month. These animals are selected because they are particularly deserving of adoption…either because of their unique personalities, popularity among staff, particular need for a permanent home, or length of time at our shelter. This month’s picks are shown below. For more pictures and information, select the applicable link below.
IMPORTANT READ!!! NEW LAWS REGARDING TETHERING OF ANIMALS
DURING EXTREME HEAT/COLD, ATTORNEY GENERAL HERRING OUTLINES NEW ANIMAL CRUELTY LAWS. Click here to view!
ITEMS OF INTEREST
CURRENT HELP TO HEAL FUND NEEDS
Almost Home averages between $5,000 - $8,000 per month for medications, vaccines and medical bills. For more information on how you can help with medical expenses, please go to our Help To Heal Fund page. Current needs...
Stanley is a little Beagle who is about 5 years old. When he was vetted and neutered, he tested positive for Heartworm, Lyme, Ehrlichia, and Anaplasmosis. He is currently being treated for Heart Worm.
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Spay & Neuter Clinic (drop off) -- Wednesday October 14th, 2020
Spay & Neuter Clinic (pick-up) -- Thursday October 15th, 2020
Spay & Neuter Clinic (drop off) -- Saturday November 14th, 2020
Spay & Neuter Clinic (pick-up) -- Sunday November 15th, 2020
Spay & Neuter Clinic (drop off) -- Wednesday December 9th, 2020
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10 Ways to Jeopardize Your Cat's Trust -- Saturday September 12th, 2020
Identifying the Root Cause of Anal Gland Issues -- Saturday September 12th, 2020
Sunshine Mills Recalls Multiple Dog Food Brands Due to Aflatoxin -- Saturday September 5th, 2020
Why Do Dogs Freak Out During Thunderstorms? -- Wednesday September 2nd, 2020
Handling Thunderstorm Phobia in Dogs -- Wednesday September 2nd, 2020
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"Animals are created by the same loving hand of God which created us...It is our duty to protect them and to promote their well-being.” —Mother Teresa