If you have filled out a volunteer application and been through training and are interested in helping with adopt-a-thons, please let me know. If you have not filled out an application or been through training, but would like to, please let me know. Ways volunteers can help include, but are not limited to: dog walking and petting, cat cuddling, computer work, nursing home visits, animal grooming, fundraising, litter box cleaning, … Read the rest
March 28th from 10-12 at Tractor Supply
County House Lane & Pike Street in Marietta… Read the rest
Amazing cake for 2015 Fur Ball donated by Tabby Stevens… Read the rest
The Marietta Senior High School HPAC (Health Professions Affinity Club) has already held one donation campaign and will again be accepting donations for their bake sale items tomorrow night (2/28/2015) at the opening of the MHS Musical GREASE! They look forward to delivering the money to the shelter next week! (all pets on this poster were adopted from the Humane Society!)
Tuesday HSOV Board Meeting, 7:00pm July 7, 2015
Washington County Commissioners Office… Read the rest
Our February 2015 Newsletter is available here:
NOTE: The goal has been met and the account closed. Thanks to all who helped.
A community member has started a gofundme campaign to help recover the loss from last night’s theft.
Powered Laundry Detergent
Canned Dog Food
Cat Litter (Non-Clumping Variety)
Dry Puppy Food
Dog Leashes (Slip-Lead Variety)… Read the rest
HSOV executive director Steve Herron is requesting donations of slip leads for walking the shelter dogs. We had over 10 volunteers from Marietta College at the shelter this Saturday, to help get the dogs outside for a walk, and we didn’t have enough leads for everyone, and hardly any slip leads. If you have leads on hand you’d like to donate, or if you’d like to buy them locally, please … Read the rest
E-BAY FUNDRAISER DRIVE ..
Donation of items with value of $15 (and up) which will be sold on E-Bay to benefit the HSOV. Items will be collected from February 16-28, 2015 at the locations listed on the flyer.
I keep hearing negative things (myths) about the shelter in Marietta. Several of my friends are now educated. So take a minute and read this. First: All cages are sterilize daily, 2nd animals are never put down unless they bite and cant be adopted out and even at that we try and hold on….or they fall ill and by a vets advise only. 3rd now that more … Read the rest
January 16, 2015
Today was the day that our sweet “Rosie” has patiently waited for since she arrived at the HSOV on August 2, 2013 … Late this afternoon “Rosie” had some unexpected visitors who came to the shelter and asked to meet this special girl. Their dog had passed away nearly two years ago, and the family decided they wanted to fill the void in their life by adopting … Read the rest