Animal Answers: Healing Hearts and Paws Fund
Animal Allies Development Officer Michelle Sternberg Discusses the Healing Hearts and Paws Fund, Upcoming Puppy Classes and the Bike Swap
DULUTH, Minn. – The Healing Hearts and Paws Fund at Animal Allies Humane Society helps cover the cost of medical procedures for many animals every year.
Many of the animals that arrive at Animal Allies require extensive medical treatment. From conditions such as diabetes to thyroid disease, broken bones to genetic deformities, these cats and dogs enter the shelter desperately needing assistance.
Many fundraisers throughout the year help to put money in the fund, however the community’s support is greatly appreciated.
Click here if you’d like to donate to the Healing Hearts and Paws Fund.
Development Officer Michelle Sternberg brought in Nola, a furry feline friend who’s not yet available for adoption.
She came to the shelter with a broken back right leg, and has since healed thanks to the generosity of the Healing Hearts and Paws Fund.
Nola will be available for adoption in the future once she gets stronger.
Puppy Preschool Classes are also starting at the shelter on Monday, April 9.
The classes are designed to help socialize and train puppies with new people, sights, sounds, and of course, other pups!
Puppy Age Requirements (at the start of class): 12 weeks – 6 months old.
Class sizes: Will be limited to 10 puppies per class to guarantee one on one attention.
Cost: $100 for Non-Members, $90 for Members, or Pay the class fee and join with a Family Membership for $140.
On Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22, the 2018, the 12th Annual Continental Ski & Bike “Bike Swap” will help support Animal Allies Humane Society.