This very sweet and social nine-year-old fellow has got it all! Twinkie enjoys the company of people of all ages and is as happy relaxing and taking it easy as he is taking walks through the park. Twinkie gets along well with other dogs and also displays great manners around his kitty friends. What a catch! Come in for a visit with this delightfully easy-going boy today!
City of Longmont Pet Licenses Now Available
2020 City of Longmont pet licenses are now available online at www.longmonthumane.org. Licenses can also be purchased at a number of convenient locations around Longmont including Boz’s Place, the LHS retail store and the Well Pet Clinic. Fees for licenses are $15 for spayed and neutered dogs, cats and pot-bellied pigs and $25 for unaltered pets. Proof of rabies vaccination certificate required for purchase.
For more information about City of Longmont pet license laws, fees and where they can be purchased please visit www.longmonthumane.org.
January is National Train Your Dog Month
Did you and your dog make a resolution to get to know each other better this year? Invest in a more fulfilling relationship with your canine companion and learn something new together this year. The LHS Public Training Program offers group dog training classes for every level of experience from Superstar Puppy Obedience Foundation to our A+ A.C.E.S class. Check out our two-week clinics for people with busy schedules! Please visit www.longmonthumane.org or contact us at 303-772-1232 x270 for additional information and registration details.
Registration for Homeward Bound 2020- Now Open!
Saturday, March 21, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., Boulder County Fairgrounds Exhibit Building. Join us for a fun filled evening that has quickly become a local favorite. Enjoy local food and beverage tastings, live & silent auctions, live music and more all in support of animals in need in our community. Learn more and purchase tickets today at www.longmonthumane.org.
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