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Your Donation Makes a Difference

Please think about making a gift today, as it would enable us to continue the work we do on behalf of an animal in need.

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There are so many ways to get involved and volunteer. Let’s find the right spot for you!.

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Visit our Pet Wellness Clinic for affordable, preventive care!

NOW TREATING Common Illnesses

  • Heartworm Disease
  • Respiratory Infections
  • Skin Infections
  • Diarrhea
  • Ear Infections

We do not currently provide spaying or neutering services, nor do we offer veterinary care for sick or injured pets.

Kids can help save lives, too!

Your contributions help us continue to provide community programming, such as events aimed at educating the next generation of animal lovers.

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(a) Except as allowed by this code, no one may: (1) catch, kill, injure, pursue, or possess a non-game bird; (2) possess any part of the plumage, skin, or body of a non-game bird; or (3) disturb or destroy the eggs, nest, or young of a non-game bird. Additionally, no one may buy, sell, expose for sale, transport, ship, or receive or deliver for transportation a non-game bird. (b) Feral rock doves (Columba livia), English sparrows, and European starlings may all be killed at any time, and their nests and eggs may be destroyed. (c) If grackles, cowbirds, crows, magpies, or red-winged, rusty, or Brewers blackbirds are found to be depredating on ornamental or shade trees, agricultural crops, livestock, or wildlife, or if they are gathered in large quantities and acting in a way that poses a health risk or other nuisance, no permit is needed to control them. (d) Exotic nongame birds such as parrots and canaries may be bought, sold, or maintained as household pets.

“Except in cases where regulations as outlined below are allowed, it is illegal to pursue, hunt, take, capture, kill, attempt to take, capture, or kill, possess, offer for sale, sell, offer to barter, barter, offer to purchase, purchase, deliver for shipment, ship, export, import, cause to be shipped, receive for shipment, transportation, carriage, or export any migratory bird, any part, nest, or egg of any such bird, or any product, manufactured or not, that consists of, or is composed in whole or in part of, migratory bird, or any part, nest, or egg thereof, covered under the terms of the conventions between the U.S. S. concluded August 16, 1916, between the United States and Great Britain for the protection of migratory birds. S. concluded on February 7, 1936, between the United Mexican States and the United States for the protection of migratory birds and game mammals. S. and the Japanese Government for the preservation of migratory birds, birds facing extinction, and their habitat was signed on March 4, 1972. Additionally, the agreement between the S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on November 19, 1976, with the goal of protecting migratory birds and their habitats. “.