Animal Rescue Group of Northern Nevada in Fernley www.argonn.org PO Box One Fernley, NV 89408 (775) 229-3708 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgCat and Kitten Adoptions
Washoe County Animal Services in Reno
2825-A Longley Lane PO Box 11130 Reno, NV 89520-0027SPCA Of Northern Nevada in Reno Offering Spay/Neuter Programs 4950 Spectrum Blvd Reno, NV (775) 324-7773 Dog and cat Adoptions Shakespeare Animal Fund in Reno For Emergency Vet Costs and Assistance 775-342-7040 www.shakespeareanimalfund.org **Poison Information** National Animal Poison Control Center 1-800-548-2433 **Fee's may Apply** A List of Things Toxic to Animals Can Be Found At www.pacc911.org Pet Poison Control Hotline 888-426-4435 **Fee's may Apply** A Great Site for General and Emergency Information www.petmd.com **Other Links** Pet Finder Search for Adoptable Pets in your Area www.petfinder.com Pet-Abuse.Com Animal Abuse Registry/Searchable Database www.pet-abuse.com Pet Friendly Hotels and Lodging www.bringfido.com www.dogfriendly.com www.petswelcome.com www.tripswithpets.com Other local non-profits could always use a little help. www.cockadoodlemoo.org Animal Sanctuary www.uswolfrefuge.org Wolf Sanctuary www.sugarlandranch.org www.animalark.org Exotic Animal Sanctuary www.gbbo.org Great Basin Bird Observatory
Shelter: (775)353-8900 Fax: (775)353-8905
A lot of local shelters do not receive funding from large organizations that accept donations on behalf of animals. It's better to donate DIRECTLY to your local animal shelter or organization so all support stays with needy animals in your area!
MAKE ADOPTION YOUR OPTION!
Most shelters have wish lists of everyday items needed to take care of homeless pets up for adoption. The items are simple and cheap. You can drop them off at the front desk of your local shelter. Some items include:
If you are unsure who to contact, local law enforcement can point you in the right direction. Reporting animal abuse can save someone's life! Some investigations into animal cruelty uncovers human related crimes as well. Officers responding to animal cruelty have also found signs of domestic abuse, child neglect,drugs and other dangerous situations. Animal abuse is a crime. Poisonings and shootings are the most common types of animal abuse when animals are left to roam free. They are the most tragic because they could have been prevented. Pets allowed to roam free are often seen as a problem. And to a heartless individual, antifreeze appears to be a cheap and anonymous solution.
DURING SUMMER, THE TEMP CAN RISE VERY QUICKLY. DON'T LEAVE YOUR BEST FRIEND IN A HOT CAR!
Animal Control Officers will take drastic measures to get the animal out of the vehicle, including breaking the window.
*Washoe County dispatch (775) 322-3647
*Fernley Animal Control (775) 784-9801
*Lyon County Sheriff (775) 577-5023
I do not accept donations of any kind, but if you would like to donate to The Animal Rescue Group of Northern Nevada, go to www.argonn.org to donate!
If your animal has been poisoned, you need to take him to the vet immediately! If you can't afford to, there may be resources in your area to help with emergency vet costs, such as The Shakespeare Animal Fund.
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