Some of the many events PETS attends or shares in, to help share our message.....
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Birthday for shelter pets
Shelter Birthday Basket winner announced.
Erin Eusted of Rub A Dub Dog Grooming is the winner of the P.E.T.S. Shelter Birthday Basket. For many of the animals who wind up in shelters, their birthdates are unknown. To help celebrate the unknown birthdays P.E.T.S. held a contest. Submit your Shelter dog story and get a chance to win a prize. This year’s winner is Erin from Rub A Dub. We could not think of a better winner for all the hard work she does for the Tehama County Animal Care Center helping to clean up doggies who come in with less than stellar hair do’s.
Erin & Lulu’s Story:
Here’s my shelter pet adoption story. I own a local dog grooming salon, and we volunteer our services to shelter dogs who need some extra TLC to have the best chance at finding a permanent home. One day, we got a call there there was a “poodle mix” that needed some attention. We gave her a haircut to remove the mats and stickers, and underneath was a purebred poodle! She had been picked up as a stray. My husband and I fell in love with her while we were working on her, and we decided to adopt her. We’ve had her almost a year now. She comes to work with us every day and rarely leaves my side. Looking back at her “Before” picture, I can’t believe my girl ever looked like that! Thank you Erin, from everyone at P.E.T.S.
Address:Rub A Dub Grooming - 813 Lincoln St, Red Bluff, CA 96080
Dairyville Orchard Festival a Hit once again!
What a day we had! 7- no wait - 8 dogs were adopted during the Dairyville Orchard Festival. Unfortunately I didn't get pictures of Oreo and Levi.
I was so happy with the people asking questions about our shelter and our dogs.
A huge shout out to the great volunteers and shelter staff that made today a success.
August NuWway Fundraiser a Howling success. Thank you all!
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July 21 at the Shelter's big dog yard!
Shelter yard gets new irrigation
PETS wishes to thank Alsco Inc on Antelope BLVD in Red Bluff (especially Brandon Weathers) for the advice and parts needed to completely populate the large Dog Yard at the Shelter with drip irrigation. There are bushes planted to shield the dog kennels from yard. They made this dirty job a pleasure!!!!!
An enjoyable evening with other businesses & non profits where
the public can meet & greet with us to learn and possibly win a raffle gift. 2-21-19
SGT Stubby Jan 19th, 2010
Animal shelter receives crates for pet transport
Pictured, from left, are Ronnie Casey, Colleen Lewis, Nichole Bethurem and Christine McClintock. (Julie Zeeb – Daily News)
PUBLISHED: February 7, 2019 at 6:00 pm | UPDATED: February 7, 2019 at 6:01 pm
RED BLUFF — The Tehama County Animal Care Center has received a helping hand in the form of a Shasta Regional Community Foundation grant that allowed it to purchase crates needed to transport animals.
The grant was a collaboration between Providing Essentials for the Tehama Shelter, PETS, and the care center, said PETS Vice President Ronnie Casey.
“The grant was close to $9,000 and we used part of it to purchase crates that PETS can use in times of disaster, when there’s an overflow and we’re above capacity or for transporting animals,” Casey said.
The shelter has been full or close to full in the last few weeks. The new crates are collapsible and highly impact resistant, which means they are easier to haul and store. They also are safer for transporting animals for medical care, which volunteers sometimes do, Casey said.
A UC Davis program allows the shelter to receive services of students, including spay and neuter and rabies shots, which are donated. This helps the cost for adoption, making it easier to find homes for the animals, Casey said.