VVAPL Blog

ICR Staffing Services Inc. Comes Through Big During Holiday Donation Drive

For the second year, ICR Staffing Services Inc. has come through BIG during our annual Holiday Donation Drive. Melanie Lovingood, president of ICR Staffing, helped fill our shelves with one of the much-needed items used daily for cleaning and sanitizing - an amazing 15 cases of paper towels.

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Kiwanis Club of Apple Valley & Apple Valley Feed Bin Donate Food

The Kiwanis Club of Apple Valley and Apple Valley Feed Bin donated 1020 pounds of dry dog and cat food during VVAPL Humane Society’s 4th annual Holiday Donation Drive. The club has been donating to VVAPL since 1990 and in partnership with Apple Valley Feed Bin since 2006. Their generosity

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Vaccine Clinic Open 4 Days a Week Starting January 2

VVAPL Humane Society’s low-cost vaccine clinic will increase their days from two to four days a week. Starting January 2, the vaccine clinic will be open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 9am to noon. This is a walk-in clinic with no appointment necessary. The vaccine pricing will

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Ring in 2018 with Your Pet

2018 can be the start of something good, not just for you, but also for your pet. Here’s some simple things you can do for you and your pet to ring in the New Year. Yearly checkup – Both you and your pet can benefit from a medical once over. Are all vaccines up-to-date? What about yearly

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VVAPL’s Paws for Peace Christmas Float

VVAPL Humane Society is spreading Peace on Earth with their float “Paws for Peace” in the Victorville and Adelanto Christmas parades. Staff, family, friends, Ambassador Dog Millie and shelter dogs remind people that pets bring Joy to the World and stand with all animals to bring

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Holiday Safety for Pets

Change isn’t your pet’s friend. Animals can be sensitive to changes in their routines. Try to keep you pet on their normal feeding, play and exercise schedules. Pets need a getaway. Pets can becomes stressed and frightened by the constant noise from ringing doorbells, loud voices, people

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Pup Has a Leg Up Thanks to Generous Donations and Dr. Choi

A stray puppy turned into VVAPL Humane Society received life-saving surgery thanks to the generosity of a local veterinarian and donations to the LifeSaver Medical Fund. The puppy arrived with his left leg and foot extremely swollen and was purple halfway up the leg due to an unknown substance.

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VVAPL Offers Licks For Life to Military Veterans

Thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Disney VoluntEARS Community Fund, VVAPL Humane Society is offering FREE pet adoptions to military veterans. The program is called Licks For Life. Vietnam Veteran Craig Lane sees the program as Priceless. “Pets to me are almost a must,” said Lane.

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November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month

Age is a question of mind over matter. If you don't mind, it doesn't matter. ~Leroy "Satchel" Paige Wouldn’t it be great if that were true? Aging, being a senior citizen, is often shunned instead of being embraced. Senior animals, in particular, are often seen as disposable

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Holiday Safety for Pets

Change isn’t your pet’s friend. Animals can be sensitive to changes in their routines. Try to keep you pet on their normal feeding, play and exercise schedules. Pets need a getaway. Pets can becomes stressed and frightened by the constant noise from ringing doorbells, loud voices, people

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