Register now for Barkfest & Rover Romp 2016
WALK/RUN to help us raise funds for the lost, homeless and abandoned animals of Auburn. Only 4 more days to register.
Barkfest is coming! Saturday, August 27 from 9am to 1:30pm.
Bring the family dog and enjoy the leisurely walk along the White River Trail. Or run with your dog along the trail towards Game Farm Wilderness Park.
Enjoy demonstrations, specialty vendors, freebies and giveaways, KidsZone, entertainment, pet contests and much more!
For more details. We need your help to raise funds to help hundreds of animals each year. Over 2,000 animals were able to receive sheltering, food, medical care, vaccinations and microchips last year.
IS YOUR PET GOING TO BE THE NEXT CALENDAR STAR?
Go find that favorite photo! Upload the photo and pay the $10 entry fee. Tell all your friends, family, and co-workers to vote! Our goal is to raise $22,000 from the calendar project.
Find your favorite pet photo so you can enter the 2017 AVHS Pet Photo Calendar. Picture your pet as the next Auburn Valley Humane Society’s Calendar Star! You can brag about the cuteness of your favorite animal. Plus you’re doing your part to change the lives of lost, abandoned, and homeless animals in our community. It is easy to enter and upload your photo. If you need help with entering your calendar star, contact the AVHS staff at 253-249-7849. Entries are accepted until September 30th. Don’t delay – enter now!
Shelter Buddies Reading Program has over 50 readers for the cats. We are NOT taking any new applications from children, grades K-6 to read to the shelter cats on Monday through Thursday, 10am – 5pm. When the program has openings, we will announce it here as well as through our Facebook page. Click here for more details. We also would like to add a few books to our education library. Could you help us with the purchase of a book? See the list.
AUBURN VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY’S MISSION:
The Auburn Valley Humane Society is dedicated to providing shelter, quality care and love for all the lost, mistreated and abandoned animals in Auburn. AVHS utilizes all available resources to ensure each animal is placed into a loving and forever home and promotes responsible pet ownership through education and outreach.
AVHS is a local, independent 501(c)3 non-profit, which relies on pet licensing fees and donations to fund the shelter and educational programs.