Harbor Happenings
July Edition
Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets in the United States and many other parts of the world.
Click on the "mosquito" to learn more from the American Heartworm Society
The Fabric Family known as Cotton, Denim, Flannel, Gingham, Tweed and their beautiful mother, Satin came to Bellwether April, 21 2017. Their sister Taffeta found her forever family, but the boys are growing up here at the shelter. We would love to see them bust out of here!  They are current with vaccines, neutered and will be micro chipped before going to his new forever home. Momma Satin is also ready to go home. Come and visit the family, fill out an application or you can online:  http://www.bellwetherharbor.org/adoptions/application-for-adoption/
August 23, 2017
It is the last Pets Pals of the year! This is a great opportunity for kids 8-14 years of age that are just too young to volunteer. It is a Hands on Humane Education Program where kids learn shelter/home animal health care, pet grooming techniques, dog training/agility, and animal safety along with snack time. The start time is 9:00AM and goes until 12:00 PM, the cost is $25. Please register with Bellwether to hold a spot, we limit the class to 20 students. Class is only one day. Call for more details- 231-924-9230

Cadets donate to Bellwether

Cadet Troop 20437, completed a project to earn their Silver Award, by earning and donating $1,178 to Bellwether Harbor, for the purchase of much needed medical equipment. Sheri Church, Bellwether’s Licensed Veterinary Technician said, “The addition of this equipment to the medical department helps to keep us efficient with our surgery prep, keep the animals safe, and complete more surgeries in the allotted schedule. In the big picture, animals are ready for adoption faster, and we can help more animals with every adoption.”

The Girl Scouts have been a supporter of Bellwether Harbor for many years. Recently, making dog and cat toys and treats to sell at local events. Bellwether Harbor, would like to thank Troop 20437 for their hard work and supporting the shelter and its animals.

Pictured with Bellwether Harbor’s Licensed Veterinary Technician Sheri Church, is Emma Briggs, Savannah Hill, and Randi Osborn.  Missing from photo is Girl Scout Celeste Huisman and Leaders Julie Osborn and Lisa Briggs.   

Animal Spotlight 
Kamen is a fantastic dog! She is playful, cuddly, and always happy. Not a fan of other female dogs, but loves her boy buddies. A family with older kids are good, but Kamen is too much for toddlers. Stop into the shelter and ask to see Kamen!

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