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Shelter News & Events Pet Photos with Santa at Trulie Dogs in Wilmington to benefit Monty’s Home On Saturday, December 10, from 10:30am to 4pm, Trulie Dogs at 8258 Market Street will be holding its Pet Photos with Santa Event to benefit Monty’s Home Dog Rescue. Professional photography by Michael Cline Photography! $30 includes 6 poses of your furbaby with Santa and a full copyright release. Spots are limited and filling up fast, so call Trulie Dogs today at 910-681-0510 to schedule your pup’s picture with Santa!

The Power of 10 is Greater Would you be one of 10? Canines for Service launched a “Power of 10” fundraising campaign on September 1, 2016. The goal of the 100-day initiative is to raise $60,000 – the cost to train and partner two service dogs. Service dogs change a persons’ life with the gift of independence. The Power of 10 starts with 10 supporters donating 10 dollars each to Canines for Service. They, in turn, ask ten of their friends to do the same, who then ask ten more friends, creating a powerful wave of support and fundraising dollars. Canines for Service operates from a 5,000 sq. ft. of space on Old Dairy Road. The long awaited expansion has provided the opportunity to initiate a Veterans internship program teaching Veterans new job skills learning how to train service dogs for Veterans with disabilities. In the upcoming months, the program will expand again to offer a fee based learning opportunity for service dog training. “Since bringing the Canines for Veterans program back to Wilmington in June 2015, we had been stretched to maximum capacity with little room for service dog training or to increase the number of dogs in training, offer more pet therapy classes and the aspects of daily business”, says Rick Hairston, President and CEO. “Now, the service dog training has the much needed space to achieve our mission, we can bring more dogs in to train and have already grown with the intern program.” For more information, please call 910-362-8181, send an email to phairston@caninesforservice.org, or visit www.caninesforservice.org/powerrof10.

Save a Life, Foster a Jack Russell Russell Rescue, Inc. is a national network of volunteers dedicated to placing unwanted and abandoned Jack Russell Terriers into permanent homes. All dogs entering rescue are either temporarily placed in a foster home or must remain with their owners until a suitable home can be found. Foster space is limited and foster homes are in short supply! The Carolinas Region is headquartered in the Wilmington area and the rescue is in need of foster homes for rescued Terriers! All vetting is provided. Email Bernadette at mcbburton@alumni.unc.edu, call 910-821-3504 or visit www.russellrescue.com/volunteer to become a foster parent today.

Shopping with a Purrrpose The FOFF (For Our Furry Friends) Thrift Store is looking for slightly used items. The 5,000 square foot thrift store is located at 102 US Hwy 117N. Please call Norma at 910-512-3123, Gloria at 910-799-5401 or send an email to normat1@charter.net or llefrog@aol.com. All profits from the store go to support Pender Humane Society.

Shop at Talbots - Help Monty’s Home Talbots and Monty’s Home invite you to do a little shopping and enjoy some light refreshments on Thursday, December 1st, from 4pm to 8pm. Located in the Mayfaire Town Center, Talbots is a women’s clothing store known for their classic styles with a modern twist. 10% of sales during these hours will be donated to the Monty’s Home Dog Rescue. It is a perfect time to do a little holiday shopping while helping. Representatives of Monty’s Home will be at Talbots to answer your questions about their organization and to thank you for your support. RSVP to Barbara Raab at 910-259-7911.

Pet Pictures with Santa to Benefit Paws Place Family Dog Naturals in Brunswick Forest is hosting Pet Pictures with Santa on Saturday, December 3, from 11am to 3pm. For a $25 donation, professional photos will be taken by Michelle Allison and will be delivered to you in time for the holidays. 100% of the proceeds go to Paws Place. Paws Place dogs will be there to meet and greet you as well. For more information, call Paws Place at 910-845-7297.

Adopt a Dog from Paws Place Adoptable dogs from Paws Place will be at several Meet and Greet events throughout the month of December. Dogs will visit with you at Family Dog Naturals on Saturday, December 3, from 11am-3pm. They also hope to see you on December 10 at New Bridge Bank at 101 N. Howe Street in Southport from 11am -2pm. The next day, Sunday, December 11, dogs will be available at Unleashed in Landfall Shopping Center in Wilmington from 11am-2pm. The following week, Saturday, December 17, a great group of dogs will greet you at Stevens ACE Hardware at 1831 Dawson Street in Wilmington from 11am to 2pm.

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PawPrints Magazine is dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals by promoting shelter adoptions. We provide an up-to-date pictorial d...

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PawPrints Magazine is dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals by promoting shelter adoptions. We provide an up-to-date pictorial d...

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