April – July 2017
Microchips $20 ($15 for senior citizens)
Rabies Vaccine $10 ($7 for senior citizens)
Why have these services done? Rabies vaccines are mandated by law for all dogs and cats, and having a microchip implanted greatly increases the odds of your furry friend returning home if he/she decides to wander off and is taken in by a local shelter or Animal Control Officer. Walk-ins welcome, and for more information, call the Dedham shelter at 781-326-0729 or email at email@example.com.
ARL will focus on informing legislators about how they can help increase awareness about important animal welfare, safety, and health issues among their constituents. There is strength in numbers, so please join the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL) and other local and national animal welfare organizations for Humane Lobby Day 2017.
It’s BAAAACK! Dog will be flying, swimming, diving and entertaining the masses at the 2nd annual Paw Palooza dog festival on July 15 & 16 at Dennis Yarmouth Regional High School. Presented by the Agway of Cape Cod Charitable Foundation, Paw Palooza benefits the Animal Rescue League of Boston and other shelters.
What happens at Paw Palooza and why should you be a part of it?
- DockDogs (the highly popular and entertaining sport of dock diving) is the featured attraction with competitors and spectators coming from New England and beyond to watch. If you’ve never seen dogs fly, this is your chance!
- Family/dog/kid-friendly activities include frisbee dog shows, K-9 demos, agility shows, a Doggie University tent, face painting for kids, doggie facials for pups, a raffle, shopping, a puppy pool pavilion, food trucks and much more.