Saturday, April 18, 2009

Free Rabies Clinic & All You Can Eat Spaghetti $5.00 Today in Currituck

Today is a busy day in Currituck County. Get your Pets Rabies Vaccinations and then join friends at the Mt. Zion Methodist Church for an all you can eat spaghetti dinner for only $5.00 to help the pets in need at the Currituck County Animal Shelter, operated by the Animal Lovers Assistance League, Inc. Currituck County Free Rabies Clinic - Saturday, April 18, 2009 2:00 pm-4:00 pm, at Sound Park in Point Harbor.

ID required for all Currituck County residents; $6.00 per shot for non-residents. Proof of rabies vaccination to receive a 3 year booster. 

Sponsored by Sheriff Susan Johnson and Currituck County Animal Control. Spaghetti Dinner-All You Can Eat! $5.00 Saturday, April 18, 2009 noon-5:00 PM at Mt. Zion Methodist Church on Hwy. 158, Grandy. Fundraiser for the Animals of Currituck! 

Tickets available at the door or in advance. Contact the Currituck Animal Shelter, or look for the tickets at local participating businesses.


Friday, April 17, 2009

National Pet ID Week - April 19-25

April 18th - April 25th 2009 is National Pet ID Week.

We encourage all pet owners to check your pet(s) ID tag information to make sure that all contact information is up to date.

 Also check the condition of your pets collar or harness to ensure the ID tag is secure. Reminder; if you live in a county or township that requires a dog license please make sure all of your contact information is up to date.

 All Dare County NC residents are required to have an Annual Dog License attached to their collar or harness. The Outer Banks SPCA currently has a downloadable 2009 Dog license form online.

The state of North Carolina requires that pets have a current up-to-date Rabies tag.



Thursday, April 16, 2009

Spaghetti Dinner-All You Can Eat! $5.00

Saturday, April 18, 2009
 noon-5:00 PM 
 Mt. Zion Methodist Church on Hwy. 158, Grandy. 

Fundraiser for the Animals of Currituck! 
Tickets available at the door or in advance.
Contact the Currituck Animal Shelter, or look for the tickets at local participating businesses. 

All You Can Eat!-Spaghetti Dinner only $5.00  

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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Currituck County Free Rabies Clinic April 18th

The Animal Lovers Assistance League, Inc. announced a Free Rabies Clinic in Currituck County on Saturday, April 18, 2009 from
 2:00 pm-4:00 pm, at Sound Park in Point Harbor. 
 ID required for all Currituck County residents; 
$6.00 per shot for non-residents. 

Proof of rabies vaccination to receive a 3 year booster.

Sponsored by Sheriff Susan Johnson and Currituck County Animal Control.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Hyde County Rabies Clinics Up-Date

The Hyde County Rabies Clinic that took place on April 4th, 2009 at the Engelhard Fire Department from 8am - 10am and the Swan Quarter Fire Department from 10:30am - 12noon, was a Great Success! 

 A total of 80 pets received their Rabies vaccinations, in addition to the 80 pets vaccinated in Sladesville, NC on the 2nd of April. This brings the total to 180 Hyde County pet vaccinated. Great Job JM!

 Animal Control Officer, JM Eakes

With the recent case of Rabies Reported in Hyde County on April 9th 2009,we ask that you check your pets vaccination records.

Please contact Animal Control Officer, JM Eakes, for on demand rabies vaccinations at the Hyde County Animal Shelter.



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Monday, April 13, 2009

Doggie Easter Treat Hunt Up-Date & Photos

The very first Doggie Easter Treat Hunt sponsored by the Animal Lovers Assistance League, Inc. operators of the Currituck County Animal Shelter took place on April 4th, 2009.

It was a Great Success, with over 30 doggies in attendance.

The Doggie Easter Treat Hunt took place at the Maple Park, 204 Airport Road in Maple, NC.

Volunteers sectioned off the park in to three sections to accommodate all size doggies. Small doggie treats were hidden in the small dog section, medium doggie treats were hidden in the medium dog section and the large doggie treats were hidden in the large bread section.

 As each Doggies human Mom or Dad registered them for the Easter Treat Hunt, providing their rabies vaccination certificate, so they could go on the hunt, bags were handed out to hold all the goodies they could find.

There was also an Adopt-A-Thon with four doggies present looking for their Forever Homes. The Currituck County Animal Shelter within walking distance also had the doors open to welcome people looking for an addition to their family.

One special dog was adopted during this event. He was a Saint Bernard. He was taken on the Doggie Easter Treat Hunt upon adoption. We will be doing a follow up on him soon.

There were also prizes Marina won the Best Bonnet prize and Bella won the Best Easter Outfit prize.


photo by Carol at Seaside Photography

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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Happy Easter!

The Pampered Pets Guide would like to wish everyone a Happy Easter! 

 We would also like to give a special "Thank You" to all of our valued Advertisers and Supporters that make it possible to publish the Pampered Pets Guide


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