Have a Heart managed to have a successful July last month, despite setbacks from the Covid-19 pandemic, working with a smaller group of volunteers and reduced Shelter hours. Last month 25 animals were adopted, 6 were returned to their owners and 18 were transferred to other rescues. Last week’s adoptions included 2 Dachshunds that were […]

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The past week was very slow for adoptions at Have a Heart. We finalized an adoption for Callie, a sweet young kitten who was being fostered, pending adoption until she could be spayed. No dogs were adopted, but we sent 6 dogs on transport to Massachusetts. All 6 of these dogs were pre-adopted and have […]

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They took a while to get here, but the “dog days” of summer have arrived. These hot temperatures can be uncomfortable for our furry friends. If you have outside pets make sure they have plenty of cool fresh water and some shade. You should also think twice before bringing Fido with you when you go […]

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Last week Have a Heart hosted another Volunteer Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic. Over 100 animals were spayed and neutered during the 3 day Clinic. Thank you to all the folks who signed up and had their pets sterilized and thanks to the volunteers who make this happen. Each time HAH holds a clinic […]

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This week Have a Heart hosted the second Volunteer Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic of 2020. All available openings filled very quickly, as did the stand-by list. During the 3 day clinic over 100 dogs and cats will be sterilized. Have a Heart conducts three (sometimes 4) clinics per year. This program operates solely […]

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What a great week!  Have a Heart Pet Shelter had another successful yard sale, with all proceeds benefiting homeless pets. Several cats and dogs were adopted, and 19 puppies left on transport to Missouri. The shelter has also been the fortunate recipient of a very large donation of dog chew toys from Nylabone, animal shelter […]

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It is hot! Even so, Have a Heart Pet Shelter had a great turnout for the yard sale last weekend. Many thanks to the volunteers who helped and to all who browsed and shopped. As always, 100% of the proceeds are used to provide care for the dogs and cats. We had a busy week […]

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Warm weather has finally arrived! Unfortunately, ticks are active and can cause problems for ourselves and our pets. All the dogs and cats at Have a Heart Pet Shelter are treated with tick and flea prevention. Not only do the insects themselves cause issues (itching, anemia, allergies), but they can transmit serious diseases, including Lyme […]

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We had a good week at the shelter. Several cats and kittens were adopted, and 15 puppies were transported to Illinois for adoption there. We are preparing 9 more dogs and puppies for transport to Massachusetts the first week of June and will be getting in new dogs and LOTS of kittens for adoption. Although […]

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We have good news this week. We have confirmed that the Volunteer Low Cost Spay and Neuter clinic scheduled for July will be held at Have a Heart Pet Shelter in Yellville as planned. Due to the pandemic, this time we will register by telephone. We are registering now, so please call the shelter and […]

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