Community members can work with the shelter to locate a lost pet. They maintain a list of lost loved ones and work with local agencies to bring your Rover home.
Do you like to play with your pooch? The shelter has a program in which you may apply to play at the dog park! Keep your Beagle Legal by getting a license. The animal shelter will help you to be current with rabies vaccinations and licensing requirements in Michigan. The fees charged by the shelter are nominal.
Committed to making pawsitive changes, the shelter is reviewed as caring and providing a quality service to the community. Fundraising events have included partnerships with businesses and fun photos with Santa-Paws. Their donation wish list includes usual needs like dog food but also has some surprises for shelter pets like peanut butter!
One day a year, you can join in the International Bridge Walk into Ontario Canada! The bridge arches 2.8 miles across the Soo Locks and rapids (called “sault” in French). This unique walk has a festive spirit as walkers are excited to take in the view, enjoy the day, and celebrate our friendly relations with our neighbors-to-the-north! Just remember to take your passport or identification for international travel. To bring your dog across borders, you must have a health certificate from a licensed veterinarian to ensure that your pet is healthy and clean. Be sure to pack a treat and some water for the day. Check out the boardwalk with surrounding nature when you are near to shore - it's sure to please your pet's sniffer!