Small dog rescue group seeks volunteers
Fill your home with love. Foster homes are needed to house wonderful rescued dogs to prepare them for their forever homes.
Capital District Humane Association, Inc. (CDHA.NET) is an all-volunteer, no-kill animal rescue group that has been saving animals of all kinds throughout the Capital Region and beyond since 1988. Their goal is to place each animal in the program in a wonderful home where it will be treated like a valued member of the family. The group re-homes dogs with no charge for surrender. Since CDHA is a rescue group and doesn’t have a facility of its own, all its dogs are in foster homes and are showcased at pet adoption clinics held three times each month.
Searching for that special dog? Come to an adoption clinic at Latham Farms PETSMART the first and second Saturday of each month and at Clifton Park PETSMART the fourth Saturday of each month. There is an adoption clinic at PETSMART in Clifton Park, on Saturday, Dec. 17, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Questions? Contact Jennifer 664-3450/899-0187.
Current adoptable dogs include: Adult Chihuahua mixes, Basenji mix, Beagles, Corgi mix, Cockapoo, Miniature Cattle Dog mix, Spaniel mix, Toy Poodle mix, Dachshund mix, Min Pin/Chihuahua mix, Pug/Chihuahua mix, Rat Terrier, Terrier mixes, Toy Chihuahua mix, and many other small dogs. New dogs join the rescue group weekly.
The CDHA is seeking volunteers to work with its cat program. Activities would include working cat adoption clinics to help homeless cats find loving homes and/or providing foster homes. CDHA is an all-volunteer, no-kill animal rescue. To help, call 664-3450.
Gloria MazurePost Author
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