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Thank You

Thanks to Pet Things Store

Pet Things Store in Douglasville has donation over 2000 pounds of dog and cat food to our Pet Food Pantry Program!  Pet Things has been such an invaluable source for the animals in our community.  They even hold adoption events monthly with the Douglas County Animal Shelter and other rescues.  Thanks Pet Things!  www.petthingsstore.com


Thanks to the Dog River Public Library

The Douglas County Humane Society would like to send a big THANK YOU to the staff of the Dog River Public Library for allowing us to display some of the cats and kittens in need of forever homes!   Their kind hospitality and wonderful accommodations were really appreciated by all the creatures, especially the two kittens and one cat that left the front door in the warm arms of their new loving forever family!

Please know your hard work shows up in the spirit and beauty of the Dog River Public Library.

 

Companion Animal Emergency Response Planning Seminar 

Douglas County Humane Society sponsored a Companion Animal Emergency Response Planning Seminar on May 2, 2012, at Alexander High School in Douglasville, GA. DCHS would like to thank several key people for their help with this seminar.

Many thanks to Mr. Ray DeLuca for his time, talent, dedication and work, making possible our Companion Animal Emergency Response Planning Seminar.  We look forward to spreading the word to our community and hopefully soon getting it out to the masses via video.

DCHS says thank you to Mr. Nathan Hand, Principal, Alexander High School, and his staff members, Terri Hubbard, Debra Farley, and Ralph Westmoreland, for their fine facility and hospitality.  They all made it possible for the Douglas County Humane Society to hold its Companion Animal Emergency Response Planning Seminar for the community.  You were all very helpful, available, accommodating and Debra Farley and Ralph Westmoreland so helpful and cheery to all the Douglas County Humane Society volunteers.

Also thanks to Dr. Justin Verner, and Mrs. Cassie Verner of the Sweetwater Creek Animal Hospital for their work and generosity for the Companion Animal Emergency Response Planning Seminar.   The drinks and snacks and attention were appreciated by ALL in attendance.