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Disc Golf Community to Hold Second Benefit for Animal Refugee Response

We are very honored to have been selected as the non profit chosen to be the recipient of the upcoming “Fur the Love” disc golf tournament and benefit happening on January 21, 2023. The outdoor event, to be held at Caudle’s Canyon, near Lakeport will feature skilled players of all ages from all over California and beyond, competing in this exciting sport throughout the day.

Last year’s animal-loving participants donated generously with food and supplies for our shelter animals. The entry fees were also presented to Animal Refugee Response after the awards ceremony.

This inspiring group of athletes not only has fun competing in their sport, but they show how to give back by supporting the animals and the work of Animal Refugee Response. We are looking forward to attending this year’s event where competitive skill, mutual encouragement and community spirit are at their finest.

Like Sunrise

One of the most difficult consequences of the pandemic, with its scary unknowns has been the distinct slowing of volunteer participation (with the exception of our youth volunteers). 

But now, as if the sun is rising again, we are fortunate to have a core group of dedicated, sharp, reasonable, animal-centered people coming in to help us care for our animals and maintain their environments. They work on priority tasks that must be done daily, for the good of the animals. It is a lot of work, but very rewarding. 

We are grateful to these volunteers who really understand our mission. We appreciate them giving their time and energy to our animals and organization.

If you are interested in volunteering for Animal Refugee Response, we have morning and afternoon shifts available seven days a week. The animals really love our volunteers! For more information, call 707/330-3747.

FREE Vaccinations!

Vaccinations are the best way to protect your pet from serious and deadly diseases. Thanks to a grant from Petco Love, we are able to offer FREE vaccinations to Lake County pet owners, while supply lasts. Dogs receive DA2PP (for parvo, distemper, etc.). Cats receive FVRCP (for Panleukopenia, Feline Respiratory Illness, etc.) Pets must be at least 8 weeks old and in good health.

Free vaccinations are now available on Saturdays from 1-3:30 pm at Animal Refugee Response, 11767 Candy Lane, Lower Lake. No appointment necessary.

Thank you to Petco Love for making this program possible.

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