- Pet Safety and First Aid Class
- Odd Market in Tuscola
- Market on Main in Tuscola
- Poochapalooza in Tuscola
- K9 Karnival in Tuscola
- Loyalty Day in Villa Grove
- Easter Bunny Pictures and Egg Hunts in Tuscola
- Santa Paws in Tuscola
- Woolly Worm Festival in Camargo
- Broomcorn Festival in Arcola
- Fall Craft Show in Tuscola
- Fourth of July Puppy Parade in Tuscola
- Raggedy Ann and Andy Festival in Arcola
- Market on the Square in Urbana
- Petstravaganza at the University of Illinois
Bring your well behaved dogs for some fun Howl-o-ween games, costume contest and photos. Admission is $5. Money raised goes to our Pay it Paw-ward Fund.
You MUST bring proof of current Rabies and Distemper vaccines, negative fecal test and being on heartworm prevention. You can get a copy of these from your veterinarian.
When: Sunday, Oct 27 from 2 - 4 pm
Where: Jodie Vee's, located at 2703 Clark Road in Champaign
We are always looking for members. You can help:
- run booths at community events
- help with fundraising
- help unowned pets...
Make your donation now!
Donations are tax deductable. Contact us if you would like a receipt for your taxes.
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Next Board Meeting
Members are welcome to attend our next board meeting. Members can attend the meeting at 5:45 pm on the first Wednesday of each month at Jarman Center dining room in Tuscola. If you would like to attend, but are not a member, please email us so we know you will be attending.
Next Animal Control Board Meeting
The public is welcome to attend Animal Control meetings will that are held on the second Tuesday of each month. The meeting starts at 1:30 pm. The meetings are held at the Douglas County Court House, on the first floor in the back right corner room. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our mission is to work with the public and government to facilitate the legal and humane protection of domestic companion animals in Douglas County. This includes providing protective shelter care for animals in need, as well as promoting responsible pet ownership through outreach, education, and training; and protecting people from animals and animals from people.