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    What's going on at the ARC?


    Mingle With Our Mutts

    Local Rescue Groups visit ARC monthly for Mingle with our Mutts    Rescue Groups visit ARC for Mingle with our Mutts

     Stop by and see us the second Sunday of every month as we host Mingle With Our Mutts.






     ARC Announces Our Volunteers Of The Year At Our Annual Volunteer Ice Cream Social

    Volunteers Attending Ice Cream Recognition

    Each year we thank our volunteers with an ice cream social.  At that time we name our volunteers of the year.  This year Heather Kern and Angelica Lanham were named as the volunteers of the year for 2010.

    The ARC is very grateful to all of our volunteers for their hard work and dedication this past year.

                                               2010 Volunteers of the Year with ARC Administrative Staff

    Thank You to All of Our Volunteers!!

    Volunteers that attended the Ice Cream Recognition


    Bark Park Bake Sale

    Come join us Saturday June 7 from 10 AM - 3 PM for our 4th Annual Bark Park Bake Sale.  We will have goodies for dogs and their humans to enjoy, raffles, music, microchip specials and much more!  All proceeds from this event will go to the Tiny Tim Fund.

    Mingle With Our Mutts

    Please join us the Second Sunday of each month from Noon - 2 PM for Mingle with Our Mutts we will have lots of adoptable dogs and cats looking for new homes. 

    Winter Safety Tips

    When temperatures (and snow) begin to fall, you'll find your pet needs a little extra care from you.

    *A bowl of frozen water can't help a thirsty pet.  Check outdoor water bowls often when it's below freezing.

    *Outdoor dogs need more calories in the winter to produce body heat, so increase the amount you feed your pet.

    *Chemicals used to melt snow on sidewalks can irritate your pet's paws, so you may want to wipe them with a wet cloth after an outing.

    *Antifreeze tastes good to pets, but it's a deadly poison.

    *A cat may crawl up under your car seeking warmth from your engine.