Category Archives: Pet Adoptions
UPDATE: Knick and Muggs have been adopted! Muggs was at the Center for 4 years but has now found a great new home with a lucky family!
Knick is an adorable young (~3 months) little male. He loves being held and pet. Muggs has been at the shelter for several years now and no one knows why. He is handsome, incredibly sweet and loves attention. Come meet these wonderful, adoptable cats.
UPDATE (1/9/12): Elmo, Zazu and Yams (shown below) have all been adopted!
Here are the three cats currently up for adoption at Petco through the Center for Animal Health and Welfare: Yams, a really sweet little girl, approx. 2 years old; Zazu, a gorgeous, sweet young male; and Elmo, a young, frisky male who loves to play (stretching against his scratcher, below). All are spayed or neutered, utd on shots and litter box trained. Visit Petco and meet these wonderful cats or come to the Center to meet any of their many fabulous friends also waiting to find forever homes.
The 2011 Center for Animal Health & Welfare Holiday Cards are now available; Help homeless shelter animals.
The 2011 Center for Animal Health and Welfare holiday cards are now available for purchase to help raise money for the Center. Each pack of eight 5×7 cards (2 each of 4 designs) costs $20.00 and all proceeds go directly to the animals at the Center. You can choose a cat pack or a dog pack or get one or more of both! If there is one particular style that you like best, you can also order one pack of 25 cards for $60.00. All of the animals featured on the cards are residents of the CAHW and some of them have been there for 1 or 2+ years. We are hoping not only to raise some money but also to raise awareness of our homeless pets and find them homes for the holidays. If you are interested in adopting one of our homeless pets or in purchasing a pack or two of our cards, please visit the Center in Easton www.healthyanimalcenter.com or contact me directly at email@example.com . Thank you to our sponsors who helped cover the cost of printing: “A Furry Tail Come True” Doggie Daycare and Boarding www.afurrytailcometrue.com (Hellertown, PA), AVH Veterinary Group www.avhvet.vetsuite.com (Pen Argyl, PA) and Bob & Joanie Thompson of Thompson Photo Arts- nature and wildlife photography http://thompsonphotoarts.com. Thank you for your support!
Pet of the Week- “AJ” the rabbit; adopt him at the Center for Animal Health & Welfare; pet portraits by tracy bodeo photography
“AJ” is a young (~7 month old), large, male rabbit who was brought in with his siblings. He is very sweet and doesn’t mind being pet or held. Rabbits can be litter box trained and make nice pets when given the love and attention they deserve.
In an effort to get more of the many, many cats from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare seen and adopted, Petco on 25th Street in Easton, PA, will now be housing several cats from the Center. There were 4 cats brought to Petco last Sunday and two (Tootsy and Jonah) have already been adopted. Hadley and Esky (both young females) are still waiting. Please come and visit them (or their many friends at the Center) if you are considering bringing a new cat into your life.
“Angelo” is our featured pet of the week; please visit him at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare.
This week’s featured pet: Angelo, a resident at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare. Angelo is a really sweet dog who needs a home. Please visit him at the Center. He is waiting to meet you along with hundreds of other adoptable pets.
“My name is Angelo. I am a big beautiful lab/terrier mix looking for a friend or two to have some fun with. I enjoy going for walks and playing frisbee in the play yard is one of my favorite things to do”. To read more about Angelo, please click here: http://healthyanimalcenter.com/petsDetails.asp?id=4244
Happy Day for the dogs of the Center for Animal Health and Welfare; pet portraits by tracy bodeo photography
Thirty-seven dogs from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare spent an afternoon away from the shelter at Hugh Moore Park at the 19th annual “Paws for a Cause” event on October 2nd, 2011. A great time was had by all. To read more, please visit my main blog by clicking this link: http://tracybodeo.wordpress.com/2011/10/04/a-fun-day-out-for-the-dogs-of-the-center-for-animal-health-and-welfare-at-paws-for-a-cause/
This is Ditto; one of the dogs I had the pleasure of spending the afternoon with:
Ditto is a wonderful, sweet dog ready for a loving home that he so deserves. Come visit him at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare in Easton, PA. To see more dogs, cats and to get directions visit their website at http://www.healthyanimalcenter.org .
Center alumnus Tika hugs her favorite volunteer from her time at the shelter:
“Paws for a Cause” at Hugh Moore Park- October 2nd, 12-4 pm to benefit the Center for Animal Health & Welfare.
Come to the 19th ANNUAL “PAWS FOR A CAUSE” to benefit The Center for Animal Health & Welfare. The event will take place rain or shine on Sunday, October 2, 2011 from 12 PM – 4 PM at Hugh Moore Park in Easton, PA.
Event features include: Blessing of the Animals, Dog & Human Walk Around the Canal, Dog & Human Costume Contest, K9 Agility (Run Your Dog Through the Course!), K9 Police Demonstration, Activities for the Kids, Vendors, Food and Music, Pet Photographer
Lehigh Valley Animal Rescue Groups Featuring Adoptable Dogs from the Center for Animal Health & Welfare.
I will be there walking one of the many adoptable dogs from the Center. This is a great chance to meet some of the Center dogs and see their wonderful personalities. I hope you will join me at this fun family event!
The Crafting for Paws fundraiser has been postponed until Sunday, September 25th, 2011 because of the hurricane/tropical storm that will be coming through our area tonight and tomorrow. Besides the change of date, everything else will remain the same. To read about the details of the event, click https://fetchingpetportraits.net/2011/08/09/crafting-for-paws-fundraiser-on-august-28th/.
Recently I had the pleasure of working with this sweet, gorgeous dog and her parents. Faye was adopted from the Center for Animal Health and Welfare several years ago. The love between Faye and her parents is apparent and so nice to witness. Faye is part German Shepard and part Rottweiler, two breeds that are considered by some to be a bit scary because they are big and dark-colored. Five minutes with Faye would make a Shepard/Rottie-lover out of anyone– what a loving, affectionate, sweetie-pie (and quite the athlete- she even throws herself her own toys!). Here are a few images from our session: