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Recently Adopted Animals

Recently Adopted Animals

Here are some of the latest animals adopted (list not all-inclusive):

Emerald

Emerald

Gracie

Gracie

Lilly

Lilly

Smokey

Smokey

Rosie

Rosie

Pepper

Pepper

Nala

Nala

Ringo

Ringo

Maggie

Maggie

Rainman

Rainman

Recently Adopted Pets

Nina

Nina

Precious

Precious

Poncho

Poncho Bingo

Milo

Milo

Hazel

Hazel

Momma Cat

Momma Cat

Rambo

Rambo

Recently Adopted Dogs

Here are some of the dogs we have recently placed into local loving homes (list not all-inclusive).  We are so excited that these babies have found their forever families!!  For every animal adopted, two lives are saved:  the life of the animal adopted, and the life of the animal taken into the rescue organization in its place.  Happy tails!!

West

West

Billie

Daisy

Daisy

Trixie

Trixie

Java

Java

Pluto\

Pluto\

Jake

Jake

Brandi enjoying a treat

Brandi enjoying a treat

California Transport

Precious, Stormy, Jasper, Annie, Roxie, Suzy, Chloe, and three Chow mix pups went to California on transport today!  We are excited that these babies will be going to a private rescue organization there, where they will be adopted out locally to loving homes.  We have had great success with this organization in the past, as they place larger dogs into wonderful homes through a process of careful screening and follow up.

Stormy

Stormy

Precious

Precious

Jasper

Jasper

Annie

Annie

Suzy Dane mix website

Recently Adopted Animals

Here are some of our recently adopted animals (list not all-inclusive):

April

April

Belle

Belle

Brooke

Brooke

Dillon

Dillon

Eden

Eden

Klaus

Klaus

Loki

Loki

Owen

Owen

Pebbles

Pebbles

Stormy

Stormy

What is a “No Kill” Shelter?

We have questions repeatedly about whether or not we are a No Kill shelter.  The answer is yes.  Here is a great link to PAWS Chicago explaining the difference between No Kill and Never Kill, which clarifies this issue:

http://www.pawschicago.org/no-kill-mission/about-no-kill/defining-no-kill/

 

No Kill shelters save healthy and treatable. They euthanize only Non-Rehabilitatable pets who are irremediably suffering or dangerous to people or other pets.
Never Kill shelters do not euthanize. In these shelters, animals are often left in cages for years without proper socialization and care. These shelters often have a large proportion of behaviorally dangerous and nonrehabilitatable dogs.
Traditional or “Open Door” private shelters take in all animals, regardless of the shelter’s capacity and resources to treat. Unless a No Kill community, these shelters manage their shelter population by euthanizing animals that are healthy or have treatable conditions.
Animal Control shelters are government impoundment agencies or private shelters who contract with the government. These shelters’ primary responsibility is animal control, keeping the streets clear of homeless animals and being the community’s clearing house for homeless or unwanted pets. These shelters have to be “Open Door” to perform their mission.

 

 

 

Adoption Event/Fundraiser July 4th 10 am till 2 pm at Ain’t It Qute Flea Market in Malvern

Ain’t It Qute in Malvern is hosting an adoption event and fundraiser for the Humane Society of Garland County on July 4th 10am-2pm!  Ain’t It Qute is an awesome new Flea Market located at 1528 Gardiner St, Malvern, AR, 72109, and it features lots of goodies, including antiques, collectibles, hand made goods & rare finds.  So come out and help us recycle and rescue!

 

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Adoption/Fundraising Event at Garland County Library June 27

Penelope

Penelope

We are gearing up and getting excited about our Adoption/Fundraising event at the Garland County Library on Saturday, June 27 from 10 am till 3 pm. Our HSGC Bulldog mascot will be there to help us entertain the kiddos! We will have reading time from 11-11:30. We are accepting donations, and we will have some adoptable furry friends join us.  Hope to see you there!

RECENT ADOPTIONS

Great things continue to happen here at HSGC!  We recently rescued 18 dogs from euthanasia by collaborating with Hot Springs Animal Services through our Save A Life Program, as well as rescuing many more from homelessness and abandonment in the community.  This is truly a team effort for our community, and we really appreciate all your support!

Here are some pets recently adopted from HSGC (list not all-inclusive):

Cinda

Cinda

Catfish

Catfish

Spira

Spira

Byram

Byram

Truffles

Truffles

Tate

Tate

Farin and Falin

Farin and Falin

Ace

Ace

Tucker

Tucker

Bailey

Bailey

Silent Art Auction/Adoption Event at Hot Springs Farmer’s Market June 13

Catfish

Catfish, a male Brindle Chihuahua Mix

 

 

June 13, we will be hosting a silent art auction at the Hot Springs Farmer’s and Artisans Market to raise money for our kennel.  The auction will be held from 7 till noon.  A few of our adoptable animals will be joining us at 9 am.  Stop by and make bids on our art pieces!  All proceeds will benefit HSGC.