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Sponsors Sought for "Pet Rock 2014"

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From Betty Clayton, Executive Director, Humane Society Northwest Indiana:

At this time we are asking for monetary donations for our March 29th. “PET ROCK 2014” Fundraiser. We would be grateful for whatever you could donate to us.   We are asking you to become a Sponsor of this event. Sponsors will be given promotion at our event and all levels of sponsorship will be listed in our program.   Silver, Gold and Platinum Sponsors will be announced from the stage at the event’s start and again on one of the bands breaks during announcements. There will also be a sponsor Poster by all entrances and exits listing all the various sponsors. The larger the donation, the bigger the font size on the posters. (Poster to be provided by the business)  

Levels of Sponsor Donations  

$100-249 - “Bronze Sponsors”

$250-499- “Silver Sponsors”

$500-999- “Gold Sponsors”

$1000 & up- “Platinum Sponsors”  

We have to work very hard to raise funds. It is not easy but we do it for the animals. And for all of us working to save animals’ lives, it’s hard to fathom that so many animals are not wanted or are intentionally mistreated or are victims of violence.    It is for those animals that we do what we do and I know that is why you help us.   We work hard to see that all of the animals are well taken care of while they remain at our shelter and then we work as hard to find them responsible and loving forever homes.   Our purpose is to do whatever we can to protect defenseless animals from humans who do not care for them and look upon them as disposable items, or who would cause them pain or suffering.  That is our mission!   You help us make a difference in our Humane Society. Thank you!!   Humane Society Northwest Indiana 6100 Melton Rd. Gary, In.46443 1-219-938-3339 1-219-938-4294  (Fax)   HOURS Monday - 11:00 - 3:00 Tuesday - 11:00 - 3:00 Wednesday - 11:00 - 3:00 Thursday - CLOSED Friday - 11:00 - 4:00 Saturday - 11:00 - 5:00 Sunday - CLOSED

 

Last Chance Rescue: Buster

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From Last Chance Rescue: Buster’s person died and he is longing for a forever home. He is a white Maltese, 9 years old, very small pup – about 18 pounds. He is housebroken, good with other dogs, and should be fine with cats and older kids. He likes to run, so he needs a fenced yard to keep him safe and happy. He is neutered and current on vaccinations. Please call Last Chance Rescue if you are interested in Buster, 219-677-2961.

 

Dunes Dog Training Club Classes Begin March 19, 26

Beginner Obedience Class:
The Dunes Dog Training Club's next Beginner Obedience class will start on March 19th.  This class is for dogs 6 months of age & older; cost for the class is $90.00 for the 8 week session.  Owners must bring proof of their dog's current vaccinations on the first night; dogs should be wearing a metal training collar, attached to a 6ft leather leash.  Experience instructors teach owners how to train their dogs in basic obedience, using positive reinforcement only in the form of treats & praise.  Classes are held at the club building located at 110 N. Main St, in Hebron, IN.  For more information please call 219-996-4770, 219-916-1594, 219-756-7035.

Puppy Obedience Class:
The Dunes Dog Training Club's next Puppy Obedience class will begin on March 26th.  This class is for puppies 2-6 months of age; cost for the class is $80.00 for the 7 week session.  Owners must bring proof of their puppies current vaccinations on the first night; puppies should be wearing a flat, buckle-type collar, attached to a 6ft leather leash.  Experienced instructors teach owners how to train their puppies in very basic obedience, using positive reinforcement only, in the form of food and/or treats.  Classes are held at the club building located at 110 N. Main St., in Hebron, IN.  For further information please call 219-996-4770, 219-916-1594, 219-756-7035.

   

Best Buddies Pet Food Distribution

Best Buddies Pet Food Distribution:  Free Pet Food assistance every 3rd Monday of each month at Hebron Country Food Pantry. You must be a registered client of the Hebron Country Food Pantry and will need to fill out a short application with us to be eligible. Please bring ID. And recycle those plastic grocery bags for us to refill!

 

Humane Society Calumet Area 'Girls' Night Out' March 5

Humane Society Calumet Area presents Girls’ Night Out on Wednesday, March 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. at PAWS Resale Shoppe, 8149 Kennedy Ave, Highland.

The evening features shopping, free nail polish changes and massages by Don Roberts School of Hair Design students, wine tasting, raffle prizes, desserts, and more. PAWS Resale Shoppe will be open during the event with a 25% discount throughout the store.

Tickets to the event cost $10 in advance and can be purchased at PAWS Resale Shoppe or Humane Society Calumet Area Adoption Center, 421 45th Ave, Munster. Tickets cost $12 at the door.

   

Independent Cat Society Now on Razoo Online-Giving Website

In time for the Indiana and national Give Local America campaigns, you can now find the Independent Cat Society at Razoo.com, a new platform for giving online.
 
You can find them at http://www.razoo.com/story/Independent-Cat-Society .
 
You can also still find the Independent Cat Society, learn more, and donate through PayPal or by check at their website, http://www.catsociety.org/, "Annie's Blog," and Facebook page.
 
You can vote for your favorite Sweetheart, set aside funds for a specific purpose such as TNR or Building Fund, Sponsor a Cat, and much more, at your discretion. "Every little bit helps keep our kitties happy and healthy," says the Independent Cat Society, "and we couldn't do all we do for animals in the community without your support. Our volunteers and supporters are so wonderful and generous, we're all purring with gratitude!"
 
For more details please contact call 219-785-4936.

 

Lake County Shelter Raising Funds for Medical Costs

The Lake County Animal and Adoption Center recently took in 2 dogs who were diagnosed with Heartworm.  The animals began treatment last week which is very costly and takes between two to three months to complete.  The Shelter is holding a raffle to help with the very expensive treatment costs.  The winning ticket holder will win a donated Insigna 8” tablet.  All proceeds from the raffle will be directed to the veterinarian costs.  Tickets can be purchased by stopping in at the Lake County Animal Control and Adoption Center at 3011 W. 93rd Avenue in Crown Point.  Their hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Wednesday from 10:00 to 12:00 noon.  The drawing will be held on Saturday, March 1st, winner will be contacted by telephone.  For more information contact the staff at 219-769-7016.

   

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