Humane Society of Rowan County
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Great photo of our beautiful Abby. She is between 4-1/2-5 years old.
UTD on shots & spayed.
If you’re looking for a slightly older cat, Abby’s your girl.
Please call 704-636-5700 for more info or email email@example.com
WHO WE ARE
We are a small group of volunteers in Rowan County trying to do what we can to save the lives of animals that we have rescued. We have no shelter. All animals are kept in volunteer foster homes until they can be placed. We educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering your pet to help stop the needless killings of innocent animals and also about responsible, humane animal care.
INTRODUCING CAROLINA VALUE VET - Mobile Pet Vaccine Clinic * NO Appointments & NO Exam Fees
$9 Rabies (dogs & cats); $14 distemper (cats & kittens) (with parvo for dogs & Puppies): They also offer: $16 Bordetella (kennel cough for dogs); $20 Heartworm Testing (takes 10 minutes); $35 Feline Leuk/FIV Test (takes 12 min); $20 Fecal Exam; Flea & Tick Products - Dogs & Cats; $16 Feline Leukemia Vaccine Heartworm Prevention; $40 Microchipping; $8 Anal Glands Expressed; Products for Intestinal Parasites
We accept CASH, CREDIT & DEBIT (no Checks)
"No Pet Left Behind" SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC next to the Lazy 5 Ranch Vet Hospital on Hwy. 29, Salisbury for other choices for Spay & Neuter clinics in our area along with the Cabarrus S/N Clinic in Concord.
LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC
Call 704-636-5700, PRESS mailbox #2 &
leave a message to schedule an appointment.
DOGS: - Male $75 & up; Female $85 & up; Dogs 70 lbs. & up- add $25
CATS: Male $50; Female $60; Feral cats $72 (includes rabies vacinnation)
Pregnant animals: $10-$30 extra
Low cost VACCINES: Rabies $15, Bordetella $12, Parvo $12, Feline Leukemia $12, Feline Combo Test $40, Distemper $12, Heartworm Test $25
Sterilization surgery can be performed as young as 16 weeks of age and weighing 3 lbs.
FOSTER HOMES ARE NEEDED Stipend provided if requested.
Help us with your donations, pet food, fostering animals
& by volunteering at our fundraisers.
JOIN US FOR OUR NEXT MEETING! Monday, July 7, 2014, 6:30 pm. Rowan Public Library.-- Everyone is Welcome! Membership dues of $20/year for adults and $15/year for youth are due and payable. Bring bags of dry cat or dog food for families in need of assistance. Future meeting dates are: October 6
VOLUNTEERING and DONATIONS
WAYS THAT YOU CAN HELP: Become a Foster Home: Help with Fundraisers-- Dog Washes- Spaghetti DInner- Yard Sale - Luminaries - Raffle Tickets; Return calls on our Answering Machine; Deliver/Pick-up Pet Food; Take Pictures of our Animals for the Website; Donate Pet Food & Supplies; Donate Baked Goods for Fundraisers; Build Dog Houses; Help w/Spay/Neuter Shuttle; Help w/Newsletter; Adopt an animal; Donate Money; food, kitty liter, blankets, towels, etc.; Visit Local Nursing Homes with your Pet; Write to your Legislators on Animal-Related Issues.
ADOPTING A FRIEND
If you are interested in one of the pets at our site please contact us. The first step is an application and an interview. Fees vary for each pet, depending on the amount of care required in foster care. All our animals will be spayed or neutered.
We believe in solving the problem, not adding to it.
HOW WE HELP YOU!
We have wonderful pets waiting for a home. We also have a placement list of animals that have not made it to the web page yet. To make an appointment to see a particular animal contact us at the email address below and let us know how we can help you find your next perfect pet! or call the HUMANE SOCIETY OF ROWAN COUNTY, 704-636-5700 - Please leave a message and someone WILL return your call!
MOVING TO AN APARTMENT SOON? This link could help you find the perfect place that will accept your pets: http://www.myapartmentmap.com/pet_friendly/
STAND UP FOR ANIMALS! JOIN THE HUMANE SOCIETY! Since 1974, volunteers have worked to help abandoned and abused animals of this county. We are the only volunteer organization in the county that does so.
If you genuinely care what happens to the injured and abandoned animals in our community, then support us by joining. The $20 fee helps pay for needed medical care. But more than that, Joining Says That YOU Are Committed to the Welfare of These Creatures. Put your name on our list today. Join now, or renew your membership for the coming year. Sign your kids up, and teach them respect and compassion for all life. The animals depend on us.
REMEMBER ... TO HAVE YOUR ANIMAL SPAYED OR NEUTERED
Are you aware that 400 animals are put to death EACH MONTH at Rowan County Animal Shelter because nobody wants them?
THINK ABOUT IT and remember
Advantages to spay/neuter:
1. Stops male cats from spraying
2. Decreases the possibility of mammary tumors
3. Increase life expectancy
4. Eliminates common problems of cancer of the uterus
5. Reduces the risk of prostate problems and testicular tumors.
SHUN PUPPY MILLS
Most pet store puppies are obtained from puppy mills, where dogs are treated as mere livestock to be bred over and over again, and where attention to the mothers' and puppies' physical and social needs are ignored.
Also when buying a puppy from backyard breeders, be sure to get paperwork showing proof that pups have had all necessary shots and are healthy before purchasing. Some of these backyard breeders are out only for the money, not caring about the pups or what happens to them in the future. A lot of purebred dogs are going through local animal shelter because the breeders are not responsible parties.
Humane organizations have been trying for many years to close such places down, but they cannot do so without the help of an informed public that refuses to buy the dogs.
The warmth and comfort sought by puppy-buyers can easily be found in any local shelter, where animals wait for rescue from a sad fate. Many puppies bought on a whim will be ending up in these shelters anyway, when the realities of dog guardianship become evident to purchasers.
I urge all who are truly serious about providing a lifelong home for a dog to steer strictly clear of puppy mill animals. If it is a specific breed they seek, there are hundreds of breed-rescue organizations that will be overjoyed to help.
MANY CATS & KITTENS NEEDING HOMES
Usually in the spring we're overrun with phone calls from the public about all the kittens they have needing homes -
Please care enough about your animals to SPAY AND NEUTER - STOP NEEDLESS KILLINGS.
DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES...
If your little fur baby could use a few manners, we have a couple of fine folks to give them an obedience class or two.
Doggie Training Instructors are Elaine Allman in Cleveland 704-528-7526; Diane Boyd in Kannapolis 704-782-3272; Anne Frye in Salisbury 704-638-2089.
Salisbury Parks & Recreation also has classes at different times throughout the year, 704-638-5275.
USEFUL INFORMATION: Stray pets can be traced through their rabies tags by calling the
State Vet's office: 919-707-5900 ****
All abuse and neglect complaints must be reported by an eyewitness to your County Animal Control, for Rowan County 704-633-0482; for City of Salisbury, 704-633-5333. ****
If you don't see the dog or cat of your dreams on our page, please be sure and also check out Rowan County Animal Shelter on Julian Road, Salisbury. They have many animals needing loving, permanent homes.
The animal shelter hours have changed: Office hours M-F 11 am - 4:30 pm
Call 704-216-7768 for kennel hours
SAVE A LIFE!
TAKE A SECOND to copy and paste the line below to help feed an animal.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING! Just a click of the mouse! Thank You!
Humane Society of Rowan County
P.O. Box 295
Phone: 704-636-5700 * * email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for a list of pets in foster homes
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