Join us at the Animal Emergency Center of North Fulton for a safety event to help educate the public about pet fire safety and disaster preparedness.
Home fires are the most common disaster and also the most preventable. According to the United States Fire Administration, an estimated 500,000 pets are affected annually by fires.
The best way to protect your pets from the effects of a fire is to include them in your family plan. This includes having their own disaster supply kit as well as arranging in advance for a safe place for them to stay if you need to leave your home. In the event of a disaster, if you must evacuate, the most important thing you can do to protect your pets is to evacuate them, too.
The event is open to the public and will be held Sunday, July 13 from noon until 4 p.m. There is no charge to attend the event, so come on down and enjoy a nice day with your pets and family.
Local American Red Cross, fire and police departments will talk with attendees about how to stay safe, and how to evacuate those you love during life threatening disasters. Other scheduled guests include the Georgia SPCA, q100, Home Depot Kids Workshop, Camp Bow Wow, Top Dogs, Heather Gaston Agency Insurance Professionals, as well as many other local pet friendly businesses. There will be activities for the entire family. Pets are welcome, but dogs must be kept on a leash.
Animal Emergency Center of North Fulton is hosting this event in the parking lot outside their facility at 900 Mansell Road in Roswell.
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Scrapbooking for a Cause
Saturday, July 12, 2014 - 10:00am to 8:00pm
ATTENTION SCRAPBOOKING PET LOVERS!
Join us for “Cropping for a Cause” benefiting the Georgia SPCA
The event will be held in downtown Lawrenceville at Cornerstone at Novologic
Choose from these Options:
Option 1 - $50.00 - Includes:
Reserved Seating for ALL Day Cropping and Crafting
4-Page Class Kit featuring “Close To My Heart’s” BABYCAKES Collection
Delicious Lunch and Snacks
Option 2 – FREE - Includes: Scrapbooking 101 Class
If you are not currently a Scrapbooker but would like to learn about the number one hobby in the U.S, this is the option for you!
If you enjoy taking pictures this is the perfect way to see IF Scrapbooking might be a hobby for you!
Many Additional Donation and Informative Opportunities including:
PET THEMED “Make and Takes” throughout the day
Raffle Tickets for chances to WIN Lots of Prizes
Donate Pet Supplies in exchange for MORE chances to WIN!
Meet and Greet with Georgia SPCA Foster Families
Learn how the Georgia SPCA works in your community and SAVES Pet lives EVERY DAY!
TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE, CONTACT CASEY SPINKS
Close To My Heart Independent Consultant – Senior Director
CALL - 770-271-9756 - OR - 404-625-3696
EMAIL - firstname.lastname@example.org
MAIL REGISTRATION PAYMENT TO – Casey Spinks - 2148 Stancil Park Lane, Dacula, GA 30019
Willow is the Cat of the Week
Willow is a one and a half year old domestic shorthair/mix.
Willow is a beautiful young cat, very sweet and loving. She is a Dilute Calico, which is like a watercolor painting, with muted colors all seeming to run together — just lovely. If you are looking for a young lady cat who is just a bit older than a kitten, come meet Willow. She would love a forever home with a nice sunny window and a comfortable lap for the evening.
Willow is at the Shelter, just waiting to meet you. Our cat adoption fee includes spay/neuter surgery, disease testing for FeLV and FIV, age-appropriate vaccinations, deworming, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, microchipping, and 30 days of pet insurance. You can print out the adoption form and bring it with you to the Shelter.
Pinky is the Dog of the Week
Pinky is an almost-6-year-old short-hair Chihuahua/mix.
Pinky is just a tiny little thing. She is very friendly and sweet and wants nothing more than to be a companion where she can get lots of attention and petting. If you are looking for a very small dog who is just as sweet as can be, Pinky may be just the one for you.
Pinky is living with her foster and gets along nicely with other dogs and cats. If you’d like to meet Pinky, give foster Mom Carol a call at 678-350-5386 and she will arrange a meeting. Our dog adoption fee covers spay/neuter surgery, testing for heartworm (and treatment, if necessary), up-to-date vaccinations, deworming, flea/tick and heartworm prevention, microchipping, and 30 days of pet health insurance. You can print out the adoption form and bring it with you to the Shelter.
Here’s an update as promised on the two puppies with demodex mange we rescued a few days ago. Loving foster Katie is cuddling with Jessie; Jessie and Mowgli are snoozing in their warm, clean bed. So much of fostering is just providing the basics: good food, a clean, warm place to sleep, a little attention. You could do it, too, and we desperately need foster homes for some of our puppies and kittens! Contact Gail at 678-362-2036 or email@example.com for more information. www.GeorgiaSPCA.org. #instacollage
These 12 abandoned kittens were discovered in a shopping cart at Publix. A kind soul brought them to the shelter today. All of these sweet little ones appear to have eye infections. Will you help us provide medical care for them with your donation to our Compassionate Hearts fund? Thank You! https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/georgiaspca?code=CH
This is little Red Ridinghood, a super sweet 12-week-old female orange tabby. She was found infested with 3 wolf worms, including one lodged in her throat, which inhibited her breathing. She underwent surgery recently to remove the parasites, and she was treated for an allergic reaction, swelling, dehydration, and possible infection. Her medical bills will total $500, but how could we turn her away?
Wolf worms (or screw worms) infect all kinds of animals, including pet cats and dogs. Of the genus Cuterebra, wolf worms are the parasitic larvae of the Cuterebra fly. The wolf worm enters the body through the pet’s mouth, nose or a wound in the skin. It then migrates through the pet’s body and comes to rest at a location under the skin. When it nears maturity, the wolf worm may be up to an inch long and is easily visible with the naked eye.
SAVE THE DATE! On Saturday, September 6 the Georgia SPCA hosts our most luxurious gala event of the year. Come see and be seen; and support the important work of the Georgia SPCA. Enjoy an evening reminiscent of Parisian nightlife, featuring dinner, cocktails, dancing and a spectacular doggie haute couture fashion show! Special guest, Xena the Warrior Puppy, winner of the ASPCA Dog of the Year 2013, will join us for the festivities.
The evening includes:
Dinner catered by Proof of the Pudding
Dancing with Mr. Christopher of Audiocake (DJ)
Pat Wallace sponsoring with AAA parking valet.
An exciting silent auction
A doggie fashion show crafted by international designer of animal couture, Linda Higgins.
The highlight of the evening might just be the dogs who will walk the “catwalk” to model designer fashions created by Linda Higgins of “Classy Doggie Designs”. Linda shows her couture canine fashions at fashion week events all over the country and is excited to be participating in “An Evening in Paris.” Linda’s fashions have been featured on the front cover of Chihuahua Connection and Pet Style magazines, in the movie Beverly Hills Chihuahua and can be found in boutiques all over the world. Linda’s design won the “Best Dressed in Show” award at the 2013 New York Pet Fashion Show.
But There’s More….
If you work for a company that wants to demonstrate its commitment to the community, please let them know of the opportunity to join us in sponsoring this event.
Rescue Squad Day Camp
Repeats every day 5 times .
Monday, July 21, 2014 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Thursday, July 24, 2014 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Friday, July 25, 2014 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Join us for an interactive day camp!
Children ages 7-11
Price: $125 for one week
Looking for something fun and educational for your child this summer? Join the staff of the Georgia SPCA for a hands-on look at how the shelter operates. Children will learn about:
*The humane treatment of animals
* Animal safety and handling
*The importance of spay/neuter
*Many more fun and interactive lessons.
Each day kids will enjoy lots of interaction with our adoptable animals, games, crafts, & guest speakers! Each camper receives a camp T-shirt. Due to allergy restrictions, lunch will not be provided. Please bring a sack lunch. We have a limited number of spots available. The fee include all materials, activities & lessons.