LHS NEWSLETTER!

March 2019

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Upcoming Events

 

Free Rabies Immunization Clinic

A free rabies vaccination clinic will be held Thursday, March 21, 2019 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Chautauqua County Humane Society, 2825 Strunk Rd. in Jamestown, N.Y. This clinic is sponsored by the Chautauqua County Humane Society and Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Harry Shaw will be the attending veterinarian. Vaccinations will be provided free of charge to all dogs, cats and domesticated ferrets three months of age and older. All pets must be on a leash or in a cage and pet owners should bring rabies vaccination records for each animal that will be receiving a shot to ensure proper and effective vaccination. For more information about the clinics and rabies in general, visithttp://www.co.chautauqua.ny.us/262/Rabies-Prevention or contact the Division of Public Health at (716) 753-4481.

 

Adoption News

Adoption Days Every Wednesday Evening 6 – 8 pm and Alternate Saturdays 12 – 4 pm (March 16, 30, April 13, 27)

St. Catty’s Day Special Saturday, March 16

Pick a gold coin at time of adoption and get a prize and/or a discount on adoption fee!

 

Featured Dog:
Buu
Breed: Mix
Gender: Female
Approximate DOB: 3/2018 (1 year old)
Size: Medium
Color: Brindle
Needs: She’s a shy but friendly girl that loves to snuggle and be with people. Buu tends to be selective with other dogs. She may do ok living with one but tends not to care for meeting new dog friends. Her new owner needs to be committed to training her as she needs to work on basic commands and leash skills. A puppy class is recommended.
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Featured Cat:
Puffin

Breed: Domestic short-haired
Gender: Female
Approximate Age: 3 years
Size: Medium
Color: Gray & White
Needs: Puffin is a short-haired gray and white cat that was trapped as a young cat in November 2017. She was part of a group of cats living around houses that were demolished on Main Street in Dunkirk, and had not had much human contact. Those cats were understandably afraid and Puffin used to hide all the time. But she has made great progress and now loves to be petted. She is quiet and watchful and will need a gentle, loving home.

January Adoptions

11 cats and 6 dogs

Waiting List
about 60 cats and 10 dogs

Donations & Visits

Dunkirk Falcon Club Donates to LHS

The annual re-wrap party hosted by the Dunkirk Falcon Club raised over $2,000 and was presented to the Lakeshore Humane Society in memory of member Bobby Kokocinski Jr.
Pictured from left, Back row: Bob Ehrheart Sr, Beth Hofer, Janet Szymanski, Jim Hofer, Jim Sarzyniak, Jim Bohn. Front row: Samantha Tofil, Sharon Kokocinski, Nicole Dobek, DeeDee Earle.

PetSmart Visit

Some of the adoptable animals we showed off at the February adoption days at the Dunkirk PetSmart.

Other News

Souper Bowl

 

 

LHS held three successful fundraising events in February: Souper Bowl Saturday, Pins for Paws Bowling, and the Spaghetti Dinner.
At left are Sue Thompson and Barb Lewis at Souper Bowl, two of our many dedicated volunteers.

 

Why Spay or Neuter?

 

Dogs and cats reproduce much faster than anyone can find homes for them, so the number of unwanted animals is out of control. As a result, millions of cats and dogs are euthanized every year.  Spaying and Neutering Saves Lives!

Other reasons to spay or neuter your pet:

Your pet will be healthier and live longer

Prevents uterine infections and reproductive cancers in females

Prevents testicular cancer and prostate problems in males

Reduces spraying behavior in cats

Your pet will still feel like a male or female

Does not change your pet’s personality

Does not change the natural instinct of protecting home & family

Your female pet won’t go into heat. No more bleeding, crying, pacing, and attracting unwanted males

Your male pet won’t want to roam

Keeps males from wanting to fight with other dogs

Helps the community Most dog bites to people are caused by animals that have not been fixed

Your purebred dog will still be a purebred.

Even if you plan to find homes for your pet’s babies, that means other babies will die without homes.And what about the babies of the pets you give away or sell?

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