(Charitable number 852072370RR0001)
HELP US HELP THEM:
The Pembina Valley Humane Society can only accomplish its mission through the support of the people and the communities we serve. We rely on your donations and support in order to keep serving you, so please consider donating to the Pembina Valley Humane Society. And there are a number of ways you can do that and help us to help them. You can mail your donations to us at 462 Jefferson St., Morden, Mb., R6M 0C3 or stop in during our public hours to leave your donation with us. You can also CLICK HERE to find out more … donate now and get involved with the PVHS!
NEWS & EVENTS
THE PAW PRINT – New PVHS Newsletter!
The Pembina Valley Humane Society has been considering creating its own newsletter for a few years and is very excited to see it get underway.
Due to the dedication and enthusiasm of a volunteer, Kerry Ward, taking the lead for this project, The Paw Print newsletter was able to come to life.
Volunteers and staff have put together the first issue of “The Paw Print”, a quarterly newsletter available to the public via a distribution mailing list, social media and the PVHS website.
Click Here to send an email with subject title “The Paw Print List” if you would like to be added to the mailing list. Make sure your first and last name is included in the email.
The aim of the newsletter is not only to make the public aware of the goings on at PVHS, (events, adoptions, available animals) but to help educate the public on a variety of topics that pet owners or soon to be pet owners should be knowledgeable about.
Some of the content will include a feature article on current animal topics, an ask the Vet column, upcoming events and more.
The Paw Print will allow PVHS to share some of our success stories and highlight all the hard work and dedication put in by many volunteers.
You can access the first issue of The Paw Print here: The Paw Print First Issue, Summer 2016
The next issue will be available September 2016. If you have any ideas or comments please forward them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you enjoy!
BOARD POSITIONS AVAILABLE
The board of directors is currently looking to fill positions on its board. All of the positions are volunteer and require a 2 year commitment. Currently applications are being accepted for the following board positions:
Public Relations Co-chair – Click Here for position description
Members At Large – Click Here for position description
To apply for any of these positions, fill out the application form below and submit it to:
Mail – 462 Jefferson St. Morden, MB R6M 0C3
Fax – 204-822-3904
Email – email@example.com
Application Form – Click here.
VISIT PVHS AT A COMMUNITY EVENT:
Stop by at the following events and meet one of our dogs or cats.
Pet Valu Winkler July 16, 2016 11am-2pm
Altona Sunflower Festival July 23, 2016 12pm-5pm
COMINGS & GOINGS:
DOGS: Recently Adopted – Mosey,Whiskey, and Scooby; Recently Available – Sheba, Tasha,Maverick,and Bear
More information on dogs that have become recently available CLICK HERE.
CATS: Recently Adopted – Vadar, Calpernia, and Austin ; Recently Available – Meeko
More information on cats that have become recently available CLICK HERE
– Pet Odor Exterminator Candles & Car Fresheners – CLICK HERE for more info!
– Dog DNA Kits – CLICK HERE for more info!
– Pet ID Tags – CLICK HERE for more info!
– PVHS T-Shirts – CLICK HERE for more info!
– We will be accepting CASH & DEBIT ONLY for all fees, services & products . We will only accept cheques for donations.
– Looking for an easy way to support PVHS? Ask your cashier to use PVHS’ Co-op # the next time you make a purchase at Co-op! Our Co-op # for Morden is 5457 and our # for Carman is 15343. Thanks for your support!
A FEW THINGS TO NOTE:
We cannot accept strays or animal drop-offs. Please phone your area’s animal control officer to place the animal in the care of the pound. As our capacity allows, we will then rescue dogs and cats from there if they are not claimed.
All animal surrenders must be arranged in advance with the PVHS shelter manager.
If you need to surrender an animal, you will be required to pay a surrender fee when you leave the animal in our care. The surrender fees help pay for the high costs of operating our shelter and pays for things like food and veterinary care for the animals.
There is more information through our website tabs above, or please phone the shelter at 204-822-9413 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .