Just a reminder that we still need bakers for Saturday’s SAMS event. Please put enough in a Baggie to sell for $1.00.… Read the rest
We will be set up outside of the SAM’s club in Parkersburg THIS Sat. 10-2 collecting dog & cat food donations (Purina is preferred). We will also have some tasty baked goods for sale that day too. Please make plans to stop on over & say hi!
The Pleasants County Humane Society is hosting a “Thirty-One” fundraiser Sat. April 18th 10am-4pm at the Belmont Training Center (behind the Middle School). Can’t come? We are collecting orders NOW!! Please click the link below to get your orders in TODAY! Our shelter will receive 100% of the proceeds from this event to put toward an outside, roofed, & concreated common area for our dogs. We currently do not have a space like this for the dogs and believe that this will greatly improve the lives of these animals while in our care. Thank you for your support! http://www.mythirtyone.com/10040/…/Party/EventDetail/8083177… Read the rest
Did you know that you can support our shelter just by shopping at Kroger??
** Call 800-576-4377, select option 3 to register your Kroger card. Make sure to have our ID: 90836 (for the Pleasants County Humane Society) ready to give the agent.
Prefer to register your card online?
• Simply register online at krogercommunityrewards.com…
• Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy and register your card with your organization after you sign up using our ID: 90836
• If you do not yet have a Kroger Plus card, they are available at the customer service desk
Please support the Pleasants County Humane Society when shopping through Amazon! All you have to do is use the link below & select the “Pleasants County Humane Society” as your charity in the upper left hand corner & MAKE SURE TO USE THIS LINK EVERY TIME YOU ORDER. Please share with your friends & family. http://smile.amazon.com/ch/55-0764486
Our Humane Officer got a very disturbing call this evening. A dog was found in the Bens Run area that had been abandoned, locked in a crate. The dog was deceased. He either starved to death or drowned. And as you can see he certainly fought to escape his torture.
We are seeking any information. This was intentional and cruel. Our shelter does not turn dogs away. There is NO excuse for this. PLEASE help us find and prosecute the monster guilty of this. We’re calling this mission “Justice for Nathan”. Nathan was a male, tan in color, Boxer/pit mix. … Read the rest
Dinner with the Easter Bunny March 31st at Wendy’s 4 – 8 pm Fundraiser.