Thanks to the Quilcene-Brinnon Garden Club for supporting Pet Pals for another year. The garden club membership approved a grant of $90 to support our spay and neuter operations.
Secret Gardens is once again celebrating the season by offering a great deal and support for local Animal Groups: Pet Pals, Center Valley Animal Rescue, and the Humane Society of Jefferson County. Last year they raised over $1600 for these … Continue reading
We’re thrilled to receive a new grant for 2017 from the HTB Family Fund to support our Spay/Neuter programs. This grant will provide an additional $7,000 to our budget for veterinary services. Pet Pals is extremely grateful for their support.
Pet Pal’s President, Pam Kolacy, has prepared a report on our 2016 accomplishments. You can find the complete report by clicking on Annual Report 2016.
Pet Pals is grateful to the Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for designating the offerings from their January 8th service for us. The congregation generously contributed $897. READ to ROVER dog, Sunny, especially enjoyed attending their morning service that featured composting.
We are grateful that the Wild Clovers Dog 4-H Club chose the Olympic Mountain Pet Pals as a fund raising community service project after researching our programs. They sold their hand made leashes, dog biscuits and training bags at the … Continue reading
Thank you to Sheila Piccini, owner of Secret Gardens Nursery, who offered a fall sale that provided special discounts for customers who included a donation to Pet Pals when they made their purchases. Thanks also to our supporters who made … Continue reading
Pet Pals is partnering with Center Valley Animal Rescue in offering spay and neuter clinics for low-income pet owners. The costs are $60 for a female dog, $40 for a male dog, $40 for a female cat, and $20 for … Continue reading
In March and April, the Port Townsend Food Coop invited Pet Pals to be one of the three non-profits to participate in their Beans for Bags program for those two months. In this program, shoppers who bring their own reusable … Continue reading
Recently, the Quilcene-Brinnon Garden Club invited us to submit a proposal for funding. This was a new opportunity that was presented to us that we hadn’t been aware of previously. The garden club membership approved a grant of $170 to … Continue reading