Go all out and celebrate Mardi Gras at the Ivy Tavern on February 9th with Jambalaya, Hurricanes, and a DJ playing live music! The best part is that 100% of all the proceeds from Jambalaya sales go to benefit the Humane Society Dallas County – “Dog N Kitty City”.
So come join in the party February 9th starting at 3 PM at the Ivy Tavern, 5334 Lemmon Ave in Dallas, and support a great cause while having an amazing time!
The first is a 75 minute talk from national cat expert Arden Moore. She wrote "The Cat Behavior Answer Book" along with several other cat and dog books. She is host of her own radio show on Pet Life Radio as well. She will address all kinds of cat behavior "problems" that owners encounter, and how to deal with them.
The second is a 2.5 hour dog behavior talk with dog behaviorist and trainer Scott Sheaffer. He is going to address a range of dog behavior topics, from proper leash walking to how to rehabilitate/integrate a recently adopted rescue dog, what to do if your dog is involved in a fight, etc..
Those interested can come for just the cat portion, just the dog portion, or both. The information is so good that trainers can receive Continuing Education Credits for going. Please find more information on what is covered in this seminar on the PCPSI website at pcpsi.com/events. This is also where you can register to attend.
Both Arden and Scott are outstanding speakers and SUPER knowledgeable, so we think our followers, fans, volunteers and staff would all benefit from coming. Please feel free to forward to your own friends, associates and fellow pet lovers!
The raffle drawing event is on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at Urban Taco, 3411 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204. The event starts at 5:30 PM and the drawing is at 7 PM. You don't have to be present to win.
Door Prizes will be awarded to several lucky attendees!
Support animals in need by joining FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium on Wednesday, October 14 at 8 PM. FC Dallas are offering discount tickets with a portion of the sales being donated to our shelter if you buy your tickets at the following link: goo.gl/MWSlQP
Purchase tickets and help our shelter! Prices are $25 per ticket for dog and owner and $18 for additional tickets (family, friends, dogs). Seating is provided in the Northeast Toyota Terrace.
Help us win $25,000! The promotion ends on September 26, 2015. Go to www.MyRescue.dog (“.dog,” not “.com!”) and follow these easy steps:
Step 1: Post a photo of your rescued dog on www.MyRescue.dog along with his or her story, and name "Humane Society of Dallas County" as your beneficiary. 1 pic = $10 donation.
Step 2: Get your friends and family to vote for your pup. Share the link to your pup’s photo on social media along with the hash tags #MyRescueDog #NotCom. 1 vote = $1 donation.
The dog with the most votes will win a $25,000 donation to the shelter/rescue of the adopter’s choice. 15 shelters will win $5,000 grants. Just think of the lives we could save with that support! Please vote for us before September 26!
North Texas' incredible generosity has broken the national record 3 years in a row! After last year's national record-crushing 75,000 donations totaling $26.3 million, North Texas Giving Day is back with the hopes that North Texas will raise the giving day bar once again to benefit more North Texas nonprofits.
On September 17, 2015, donations of $25 or more can be made 6 a.m. to midnight to the Humane Society of Dallas County / Dog & Kitty City. Turn $25 or more into $100!!! For any NEW donor this year, Humane Society of Dallas County / Dog & Kitty City has received a Challenge Fund Grant, and your donation will be matched 3 to 1. For new gifts of $25 or more, the shelter will receive $75 from the Challenge Fund. We need 100 NEW donors in order to receive the maximum amount of the $7500 challenge. Follow this link to donate!