We wish you a very happy and safe Holiday Season!
As we give thanks to all of you who have helped us find homes for more than 2,600 pets this year, we ask you to remember the animals in our care that are still looking for homes for the holidays.
Please help us spread the word on our upcoming holiday events. Also, please encourage family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to consider adopting if they are in the market for a new pet.
It's time to start thinking about your end of the year charitable donations. 2013 has been an exceptionally exciting year for the Tri-County Humane Society! We are now spaying and neutering all animals before they are adopted. This is a huge endeavor, and one we are excited to provide. And one we know will stay possible through your generous donations and continued loyalty.
However you are able to help, be assured that every dollar is wisely used in the best interest of the animals. Keep in mind that Tri-County Humane Society is a 501(c )3 organization and your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
Click here to make your 2013 tax-deductible year-end gift.
Every contribution makes a difference. We thank you for all you have given us throughout the year and wish you the best in 2014.
Reduce holiday stress and let us wrap your gifts!
All donations benefit the shelter animals, and it will save you precious time with our shop 'n drop system. Simply drop your gifts with us as you purchase them and continue to shop without the hassle of carrying extra bags around with you. By the time you are done shopping, all of your presents will be wrapped and ready to go under the tree!
If you are interested in helping wrap gifts at our booth click below to sign up.
DON'T LEAVE YOUR PET OUT IN THE COLD
On extremely cold days and nights take you pet inside. Some pets may even require a warm sweater.
When outside make sure your pet has the proper shelter and fresh water. If your dog sleeps in a dog house hay can be used as an insulator, do not use blankets they can get moist and freeze.
Staying warm in the winter requires extra calories, so adjust your pet's diet accordingly .
Thoroughly wipe off your dog's legs and stomach when she comes in out of the rain, snow or ice. Salt, antifreeze or other chemicals could hurt your dog if ingested.
Animals like the sweet taste of antifreeze. Just a few sips can kill your pet, so please store antifreeze containers away from pets and promptly clean up any spills. Seek medical help if you suspect your pet has ingested antifreeze.