|Posted by greatplainsangelsforanimals on May 18, 2017 at 8:20 AM||comments (1)|
We are less than a month away from our annual Wine and Cheese Fundraiser. This year we will be back at Wind Ridge Park and have the RBC Band live playing music and singing for your entertainment. Come out and enjoy some wine (we will have pop or water) and cheese while supporting the rescuing of some wonderful animals that would have no hope otherwise. GET YOUR TICKET EARLY!! (We will take entry fee at gate.)
|Posted by greatplainsangelsforanimals on March 6, 2017 at 10:25 AM||comments (0)|
Thank you to everyone that stopped by the GPAA booth and supported our mission. Because of you our weekend was a success. We enjoy speaking to everyone of you and without your support we would not be able to continue saving these beautiful lives. So once again let us say "THANK YOU"
|Posted by greatplainsangelsforanimals on February 23, 2017 at 5:15 PM||comments (0)|
We have been busy since the first of the year. We have transported 51 dogs since January 13. We will be transporting another 13 on February 28, 2017. We have fostered 21 dogs since the first of the year. Please if you possibly can volunteer as we can use people for many different things such as making dog or cat treats to sell as fundraiser, help walking and loading dogs/cats on transport days, driving the transport van to Colorado, fostering, helping at events, donating are just some. We would love to have you and you will be rewarded by the pets and you will feel wonderful for doing something good for animals that depends on the kindness of humans. Will you be the one that turns your head and ignores them or will you step up to help them? We look forward to hearing from you.....the animals are counting on it.
|Posted by greatplainsangelsforanimals on July 7, 2016 at 4:25 PM||comments (0)|
Today, we tranported twenty-two dogs to Colorado where they were blessed to given a second chance. Rescues, Shelters, and Fosters in Colorado will take care of these precious souls until a forever home can be found. We can not thank these folks enough for what they do. Thanks to Rangely Animal Shelter, Animal House Rescue, Farfel's Rescue, Paws on the Ground Rescue, Chihuahua and Small Dog Rescue, Paws Co Rescue, Ho-Bo Care Boxer Rescue, Out Paws Rescue, Lynn Gartland for helping with placement, and Steve Leete for driving the transport van.
Please VOLUNTEER your time, to be a foster; DONATE money, time, items (sheets, towels, blankets, food (wet and dry), collars, leashes.
ADOPT A PET, don't shop for a PET.
Remember to SPAY/NEUTER your friend...not only does it help to prevent unwanted pets but improves your pets health and prolongs their life.
|Posted by Susan on May 26, 2016 at 9:00 AM||comments (0)|
Great Plains Angels for Animals will be making another transfer on May 31, 2016. We have already helped almost 200 dogs and cats since January 1, 2016. Please remember to donate so that we continue helping and saving these precous lives. We also are always looking for member, volunteers, and drivers. You will get the best thanks ever for helping...there is no greater thanks than the thanks from a saved life.
|Posted by greatplainsangelsforanimals on November 5, 2014 at 4:25 PM||comments (0)|
The Great Plains Angels for Animals will be making another transport to Colorado on 11/07/2014. Will will be taking 26 dogs from the shelters in the area to Denver, CO. While in Denver several area rescues will be coming by and picking up the dogs and will be finding a forever home for these dogs.
|Posted by greatplainsangelsforanimals on December 3, 2013 at 10:40 AM||comments (0)|
National Spay Alliance Foundation spay/neuter clinic is planning to be here in February or March of 2015 to perform spay/neuters for very reduced fees. Female dogs under 50 lbs will be $55, over 50 lbs $65. Male dogs under 50 lbs will be $45, over 50 lbs $55. Female cats $40, males $35. If animals are pregnant, in heat, or have an undescended testicle there will be an extra charge. They also offer (with a spay,neuter) vaccinations, heartworm testing and meds, nail trimming, microchipping, and deworming for small fees.
There try to hold a walk-in vaccinnation clinic sometime during their time here.
They have been here three times now and we were are impressed with their mobile unit, their staff, their organization, and their skills!
This clinic is for those who cannot afford to have their animals spayed/neutered at their local vet. It is also a chance for those of us who feed strays to have them spay/neutered when we would not otherwise not be able to afford to have it done.
Our intent is not to take business away from our local vets! We support them and advocate taking your animals in for vaccinations and annual exams as well as spay/neutering.
We will update this when we set a date.
|Posted by greatplainsangelsforanimals on December 3, 2013 at 8:30 AM||comments (0)|