Adopt me, please! Braylee is still waiting for a forever home at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare; cat adoptions.

Handsome and sweet Braylee still waits for his forever home at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare, www.healthyanimalcenter.org .  He is a friendly, 8 yr. old neutered male cat who is up to date on all his shots.  Stop in a visit Braylee or one of the other 500 cats & dogs that are also in need of good homes.  Your new best friend could be there!

 

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Get YOUR fetching pet on our 2013 Pet Calendar celebrating the 100 Year Anniversary of the Center for Animal Health and Welfare! Pet photography by Lehigh Valley portrait photographer Tracy Bodeo

Now’s your chance to get your adorable pet’s picture on a calendar and help raise money for the Center for Animal Health & Welfare!  Our 2013 Pet Calendar will be celebrating the CAHW’s 100 years in operation and will feature 12 “pets of the month” as  large (~8×8″ – 8×10″) images as well as lots of smaller images of your pets throughout the calendar.  And this calendar is not just for dogs and cats….  Feel free to contact me about your favorite bunny, bird, hamster, snake, etc.!

A $250 donation gets you a professional, on-location portrait session,  your pet as one of the featured pets and a free calendar.  Or you can send me your own picture of your pet with a $30.00 donation and your pet will appear as one of our ~1×1.5″ images somewhere on the “grid” part of our calendar.  You will also receive a free calendar.  If you have already had your pet’s portrait taken by tracy bodeo photography, there is one additional option for getting your image on the calendar– please contact me for details.

So the project has begun!  Contact me now– spaces will go fast!  All photography and image submissions will be due by September.  Calendars will be printed and ready for purchase by November.  All proceeds from this project go to the animals at the Center.  For details on how to book your session or send in your own image, please email me at mail@tracybodeo.com.  Please share with friends!

Come meet some Center for Animal Health & Welfare cats at Pet Supplies Plus in Easton, PA on the 1st Sunday of each month.

Pet Supplies Plus in Easton, PA will be hosting a cat “meet and greet” on Sunday, July 1st from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm.  The PSP meet and greet takes place on the first Sunday of each month at the same time.  It is great opportunity to meet some of the cats currently up for adoption at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare and get the supplies you need for your current and/or newest furry family member(s).  Hope to see you there!

“Yappy” Hour at the Allentown Brew Works on the 2nd Monday of each month- benefitting the Center for Animal Health & Welfare.

Come to this event and help support the Center for Animal Health & Welfare:

Doggie “Yappy” Hour!

The 2nd Monday of the month from 5:30pm-8pm for you and your best friend!

On the Biergarten Patio at the Allentown Brew Works
816 W. Hamilton St.
Allentown, PA 18101
Phone: 610-433-7777

Every time the ‘Yappy Hour Special’ is ordered, the purchase price will be donated to The Center!

Dog of the Week: “Shem”; at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare; Easton pet portraits by tracy bodeo photography

Come visit the wonderful Shem at the Center for Animal Health & Welfare in Easton, PA– www.healthyanimalcenter.org .  Shem is an older guy but still lots of fun!  He loves being out and about and rolling around in the grass.  He is very friendly, sweet, and walks well on a leash.  Shem often takes a squeaky toy along with him on his walks.  It’s funny to watch him throw his ball down and roll on top of it in the grass.  Then he will snatch it back up and start walking again.  And as you can see, Shem has a great smile!  Shem could be the dog for you….

 

 

Read more about Shem here:  http://healthyanimalcenter.com/petsDetails.asp?id=4382 .  Or learn for yourself what a great dog Shem is by meeting him at the Center.

 

CHAAR event to benefit the Center for Animal Health and Welfare this weekend, May 18th and 19th, 2012

There are many organizations and businesses in our community that support animal welfare groups such as the Center for Animal Health & Welfare with great fundraising events throughout the year.  This coming weekend CHAAR in Allentown will be hosting a 10th Anniversary celebration to benefit the Bethlehem Mounted Police and the Center for Animal Health and Welfare.  Below are some of the highlights from the two-day event.  Why not come out and support this wonderful cause?  To learn more and purchase tickets, click here: http://chaar.us/anniversary/ .

CHAAR Anniversary Celebration
Place: CHAAR on Airport Road in Allentown

DAY 1: FRIDAY, MAY 18 at 6:30 PM
Details: An Event to Benefit The Bethlehem Mounted Police and The Center for Animal Health & Welfare
*$25/ticket
**ticket sales to benefit The Center

-hors d’oeuvres; open bar
-pet and people fashion show
-country line dancing demonstration
-special appearances by The Bethlehem Mounted Police and The Center’s canines

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DAY 2: SATURDAY, MAY 19 from 10 AM-6 PM
Details: Open to the Public

-petting zoo
-vendors
-local rescues
-barbeque
-dog agility demonstrations
-boot trunk show
-prizes
-and more!

Pictured here is Lavender, a sweet adoptable available at the Center.  She is one of the many Center residents who could use your help.

Petco Adoptables; Cat adoptions through the Center for Animal Health & Welfare; pet portraits by tracy bodeo photography; Easton pet portraits.

UPDATE:  Scruffles  is back at the Center recovering from a minor eye infection  has recovered and has been ADOPTED!  Our current Petco 25th St. residents are Energy & Horatio (previously pictured) and Bijou & Sambuca (pictures coming soon).  Salemm (pictured previously) has been ADOPTED!  Avalanche has also been ADOPTED!

 Avalanche (pictured here) is at the Center –ADOPTED!  He is another super sweet, affectionate cat who is approximately 4 yrs. old.  He loves to give hugs.  When I was visiting with him yesterday, he put his front paws on my shoulders to “hug” me, then proceeded to crawl into my arms just to snuggle.  What a lovely, handsome boy!

I am thrilled to report that Gosley and Bella have both been adopted (see previous post)!  We are so happy they have found new homes, but Salemm and Horatio (also pictured in previous post) are still waiting along with new guys– Scruffles and his sister Energy (pictured below about to take a nap after her snack!).   Aren’t they adorable?  Maybe they can be adopted together….

ADOPTED:

Current Petco Pals- 25th St. Easton cats available thru the Center for Animal Health & Welfare; pet portraits

UPDATE:  Mohammad, Belinda and Ken (ADOPTED!) were all moved back to the Center.  But, good news for Belinda– she was ADOPTED!

Currently at Petco on 25th Street in Easton are Gosley (ADOPTED!), Bella (ADOPTED!), Salemm and Horatio.  All four are incredibly sweet and get along with other cats.  They love attention and would really appreciate a visit!

 

 

 

 

 

ADOPTED from the Center:

Meet some of the gorgeous pets whose parents helped raise over $2000.00 at our Fetching Fundraiser for the Center for Animal Health and Welfare!; Lehigh Valley pet portraits by tracy bodeo photography

Our second annual Fetching Pets Portrait Day to raise money for the Center for Animal Health and Welfare, was a great success.  Not only did we raise $2003.00 for the Center, but all the dogs who participated in the event had a terrific time.   The event took place at AVH Veterinary Group in Pen Argyl, PA.  It was a beautiful day and we had a fabulous turnout for the puppy playgroup as well as the pet portraits.  Several dogs from the Center also came for a visit with the hopes of finding their forever homes.

Here are a some of the pets who participated in our Fetching Fundraiser:

Meet handsome Rowdy- available for adoption at Petco through the Center for Animal Health and Welfare; Lehigh Valley cat, pet portraits.

UPDATE: Rowdy has been ADOPTED!!

Rowdy is still waiting for his forever home at the Petco on 25th St. in Easton, PA.  Rowdy is a sweet, calm cat (as opposed to what you might think by his name!), who loves to have his head scratched.  Please come meet Rowdy or one of his many friends that are waiting at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare.