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Pictures with Santa is here at MHS this weekend!
Saint Nick is coming to Middletown Humane to pose with your pets! Don’t have a pet? Bring your kids! Don’t have kids? You can get a picture with just you! This event is open to anyone who wants to take a picture with Santa! Dana from Muddi Paw’s Shelter Photography has been kind enough to volunteer her time to this event, and we can’t thank her enough for it! Pictures purchased will be printed on photo paper and available to take home the same day. (A big thank you to Roxanne and the volunteers at Helpers 4 Shelters for their help in getting everything we need to make this happen!) Please stop by with your pets, especially if you adopted from us, and get a picture with our very own Santa Claus!
Fee: $10 for one picture, or $15 for two
Dates: December 14th and 15th from 12-4
Extras: Merchandise for sale, raffle baskets, a 50/50, and gift bags!
You can also go to our event page for “Pictures with Santa” on Facebook by clicking this link: https://www.facebook.com/events/742342055795607/
Or take a look at some of the pictures from Day 1 of “Pictures with Santa” here:
**Please check back in the spring for our next clinic!**
Below are the details for our clinics.
Rabies and Distemper Clinic 1:30-2:30 PM.
Bake Sale from 1:30-2:30 PM.
Rabies vaccines: $15.00 for DOGS and CATS, administered by Dr. Paul Johnson. To obtain a 3 year rabies vaccine, written proof of a current Rabies vaccine must be shown.
Distemper vaccines: $15.00 for DOGS and CATS (no previous documentation needed)
All dogs must be leashed and cats must be in carriers.
Payment must be in CASH or CREDIT CARD only.
The shelter would like to thank all who volunteered to lend their expertise in order to help out at our community event. This low cost service allows many of our neighbors to provide basic health care for their pets.
A rabies vaccination can only be administered by a veterinarian. Dr. Johnson leaves his own busy practice at Animal Health Center each time we hold a clinic so that we can offer this service. ”Doc” also comes to our shelter in order to treat our animals. He’s been a mainstay at the shelter for over 20 years.