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Free Spay-Neuter Clinics

To prevent the birth of unwanted puppy and kitten litters and to further reduce the number of homeless animals in Carbon County, Beartooth Humane Alliance will be offering its free spay/neuter clinic, Operation Nip & Tuck XII, on Friday, April 11 for dogs only, and on Friday, April 25 for cats only at a new location. These spay/neuter clinics will replace the traditional clinic held in September.   Both clinics will be held at the Joliet High School (old gym) 300 N. Park in Joliet. The clinics are intended to help low income residents who cannot afford to have their dog or cat fixed and for all residents to control barn and feral cat populations. If you are not a limited-income resident, BHA would appreciate if you would use the services of your local veterinarian for your pet.   Appointments are necessary and limited in quantity. To make an appointment to bring a dog or cat in for surgery, call 426-0092 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday.   This free community service is made possible in part though the generosity of the Sands Memorial Foundation, the Walmart Foundation and local sponsors - Carbon County Commission, West End Walmart, Country Corner Conoco, Rock Creek Laundromat, Bank of Joliet, Rowli's Food Farm and Jane Dough's

Foster Homes Needed in Stillwater County to Help Homeless Animals

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BHA is recruiting volunteers in Stillwater County to provide foster homes for adoptable dogs found homeless in Stillwater County or to assist Stillwater County residents no longer able to care for their dog. Foster care volunteers provides temporary care, exercise and socialization for homeless dogs while BHA finds permanent homes. Since 2007, BHA has found new, loving homes for hundreds of homeless dogs in Carbon County and now wish to expand this successful program into Stillwater County. BHA specifically seeks to help homeless dogs in the southern half of Stillwater County (Absarokee, Fishtail, Dean and Nye) where no similar services exist to help homeless dogs. This is a highly effective program for caring for dogs who would otherwise remain abandoned and most likely suffer from hunger, cold or predators. BHA pays for all medical care for foster dogs, supplies all dog food, pays a daily stipend for care and provides all the information and support needed to be a successful foster parent. If you wish to learn more about the Foster Care Program, please call Diane Zook at BHA at 446-3500.

New Pet Adoption Center Coming April 12  

This spring Beartooth Humane Alliance will be opening an Adoption Center at the office of Silver Run Vet in Red Lodge (18 N. Broadway). The Adoption Center will better enable BHA to feature adult cats and kittens awaiting a new home and increase the opportunities for a quicker adoption. For starters, the Adoption Center will be open from 10am - 12pm on Saturday, April 12. Interested people can talk to Animal Care Director, Cara Kisthard, and trained volunteers to learn more about each cat/kitten, interact with the felines, and complete an adoption application. Cara says, " More adoptions means BHA can help even more homeless kitties! We are so grateful to Dr. Jane Nibler and Silver Run Vet for offering us this opportunity to promote our adoptables in their large storefront window. This is an ideal location where many local people and people visiting can easily see and meet these great pets. "The Adoption Center will be open regularly each Saturday from 10am - 12pm beginning in May whenever there are cats and kittens in need of a new home. Days and hours of operation will be posted at the Adoption Center. For further information, call Beartooth Humane Alliance at 446-3500.

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