This is Queenie…Queenie has been one of our behavioral rehab “projects” since the beginning of June when she was brought in by animal control. She is about 5 years old and was basically a puppy machine her whole life. She lived with a big male pit and one of her puppies who was 2-3 years old. Queenie never saw outside of her backyard, never
The Home for the Holidays Adoption Event numbers are in…over 4,100 shelters across the U.S. participated from Oct 1-Jan 4 logging in every week and entering in their adoption numbers…WAGS proudly participates in this every year and this year we adopted out 78 Dogs, 22 Cats, 15 Puppies, 101 Kittens and 5 Exotics! The grand total Nationwide was 1,373,470 pets!! This was “regular adoptions”…no
WAGS currently has 136 dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs available for adoption…all waiting for their forever homes. Pets are not just for Xmas, they are for life, but it breaks our hearts to know how many of our pets here will not be in homes for the Holidays. If you are looking for a pet to bring into your family, please consider coming
Enjoy the new families that were made this past week! A couple of senior dogs even got adopted on Senior Saturday!!
On Giving Tuesday think of WAGS and WAGS pets. We did not do a large fundraiser this year known as WAGS to Riches because we are still unsure of our building status come next June 2016 but now feel the hardship… We continue to provide care for almost 200 pets and will do so for as long as we can ( 8 more months
It’s OFFICIAL!! WAGS will take part in the Nationwide Adoption Event, “Clear the Shelters”! This Saturday, WAGS will be open from 10am-6pm and all adoptions are only $20!!! EVERY ADOPTION IS ONLY $20!!!! This event is being HEAVILY publicized on NBC4 and Telemundo all this week!! Click on the link below for all of the details!! SHARE THIS POST and lets CLEAR THE SHELTER!!!!!
Nickel is still waiting to find his forever home! He is an 8-10 month old neutered male Pit Bull mix who is housebroken and great with other dogs! He is a little shy when first meeting strangers, but warms up quickly if food is involved wink emoticon Nickel would do really well living with another dog that would show him the ropes. He’s super smart and
So…we all came to the realization last night that we will not be continuing the Westminster contract to provide the city’s animal control with shelter services. Our contract for this year ends June 30th, and after that the city will be taking their strays and unwanted pets wherever they decide to contract with. WAGS Pet Adoption WILL CONTINUE! We’ve decided to change our focus
13 days left before the RFP is due to the city to have the contract renewed…and we are back to square one. Both buildings that we were looking at in Huntington Beach fell through due to zoning. The building on Warner was a definite no, and the building on Beach was only zoned to hold animals 48 hours (like a grooming shop). I can’t begin
We are starting today with a positive attitude and trying to stay on point to where our focus needs to be…the pets of WAGS! Its hard not to get caught up in the roller coaster of what’s going on right now, but the staff and volunteers have all helped each other keep true to our mission…to provide excellent care to the homeless and unwanted