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Join Saga Humane Society @ Fido’s Courtyard December 3, 6-9pm to hear Kelly McGuire Singing for Saga.

*Live in Concert
*Auction with one of the World’s Best Auctioneer
*Donation by Fido’s for Draft beer & wings orders
*Raffle prizes

Support Operation SNIP , which will reach cats and dogs that will probably never see a vet in their lives. The goal is a healthy population of cats and dogs who cannot reproduce.

Kelly McGuire Dec 2013

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Join Saga Humane Society for our Monthly Cook Off- Rice. Thursday November 21 at Carlo & Ernie’s Runway Bar. For $15BZ you will get a chance to taste entries and vote for your favorite.

Nov 2013 Cookoff Flyer_1

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Saga HS is pleased to announce an October  SNIP-a-thon. During the month of October Saga HS will be hosting two different visiting Veterinary groups to hold free spay/neuter clinics for the low income residents of Ambergris Caye. In addition to the free spay/neuters the teams will be doing additional CDV vaccinations, and dog training sessions for public. The goal is to sterilize over 300 island pets during the month.
 
Helping Paws Across Borders will be in San Pedro Oct. 7-10. They will be bringing a team of 15 including Veterinarians, Vet Techs, and dog trainers.  This group will focus their efforts on the neighborhoods of DFC, San Juan and Downtown. Because of limited space at the Saga HS clinic, MASH (Mobile Animals Surgical Hospital)type clinic will be held in DFC at Mrs. Adaly Ayuso. This will allow the medical teams to be closer to the animals and save the time and expense of transportation to the Saga HS clinic. Helping Paws Across Boarders stated goal is to reach out to other countries and make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected companion animals. Supply medicine and medical equipment to local Animal Shelters. To educate local clinic volunteer’s in shelter medicine. Stop overpopulation of companion animals in undeveloped countries. Be available to assist in spay and neuter clinics when and where we might be needed. Interacting with the local children and making animal welfare educational material available to them.
 
Hopkins Humane Society will be in San Pedro Oct. 18-21. They will be bringing a team including Veterinarians and Vet Techs.  This group will focus on San Mateo.
More details to come.
October SNIP-a-thon

October SNIP-a-thon

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Saga Humane Society would like to give our deepest gratitude to Ms. Jan Brown for taking charge of raising funds and organizing a load of fill for water logged Fort Dog. We appreciate all her efforts for Saga HS and our community.
Bark Bark Meow for Ms. Jan!

Ms. Jan Brown

Ms. Jan Brown

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I’m bright eyed and bushy tailed, and looking for that special someone.

Would you be my Prince?

Princess 226-3266

Princess 226-3266

Princess 226-3266

 

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Happy Tails are wagging for Peanut, she found her Furever Home yesterday!! She will make her new family very happy, as she left a trail of broken hearts at Saga Humane Society.
Thank you Ms. Jacqueline Cervoni for taking these wonderful pictures of animals available for adoption and making a difference in their lives.
Wag Wag Wiggle for Peanuts!
Well it is a sad day for me but a happy day for Peanut. My little rescue dog whom I became so wonderfully attached to as a new home.........she was adopted yesterday - I will miss her very much and shed a few tears.

Well it is a sad day for me but a happy day for Peanut. My little rescue dog whom I became so wonderfully attached to as a new home………she was adopted yesterday – I will miss her very much and shed a few tears.

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Saga HS was honored to have these WONDERFUL young ladies Alejandra (10), Arianna (8) and Addison (4) Flota decide to make a difference in their community. These young ladies asked their friends and family to not buy them birthday presents, but donate to Saga HS. The future looks bright with such kind and generous young ladies as this. Thank you to the Flota family and friends for their kindness and generosity.  It is through acts of kindness like this that allows Saga Humane Society help our island pets and make a difference in our community.
Wag Wag Purr!

Here is what their proud Mum had to say “I am SO proud of my 3 girls who choose to raise money for the Saga Humane Society in lieu of receiving birthday gifts at their party. The made a $730 donation today after school!! I hope they continue be wonderful members of our special community. A big THANK YOU to all of our wonderful friends who came to their party and made the generous and thoughtful donations!! Feeling grateful and proud.”

Ms. Ingrid, Saga HS Clinic Manager accepts a donation from the Flota girls.

Ms. Ingrid, Saga HS Clinic Manager accepts a donation from the Flota girls.

 

 

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Saga HS would like to give a genuine Thank You to everyone involved in making Cook Off- Appetizers a successful night.  Average Joe’s (AJ’s) was the host of the event August 8.  There was much excitement in the air because Saga Director Heather Beck and family were there filming with HGTV House Hunters International. We had a sellout crowd who dressed in their island finest to show our generous community spirit. The proceeds of the night will help 30 low income pets be sterilized for FREE through Operation SNIP. Thank you AJ’s for hosting us, the HGTV film crew and our supporters for an enjoyable evening.

There were eight great entries into this month’s contest. Appetizers were the theme and it is always a popular theme for our many talented chefs to contribute their skills.  After all the votes were counted Alexis Gonzalez was the 1st prize winner Bacon wrapped shrimp.  2nd prize winner went to Lonestar Grill with Curried Shrimp Baguette with mango chutney.  We had a tie for 3rd prize between Feliz Bar’s Bacon Wrap Wienies in Pineapple BBQ sauce and Black Orchid Restaurant’s Philly Bites.  The other mouth watering entries were Ham & Cheese Poppers by Elizabeth Bertsche, Sushi by Sharon Metcalfe, Chicken Nuggets by Carolina Gonzalez ,  Chipotle Mango wings and Tamarind Wings by Geraldine (host AJ’s). Thank you all for your time and effort spent supporting our efforts.  We appreciate it.

Local business generously supported the night with donations for our famous raffle.  The raffle prizes were a Digicell (BTL) gift Basket,  A & R $25 gift certificate and 24hr Golf Cart rental from Ultimate Rentals. Thank you for your commitment to supporting your community.

The night was made possible by our hardworking volunteers. Thank you for helping make the night a sellout success. Volunteers were Renee Steinmetz, Paige Marie, Alice Corrigan, Iliana Paj, Carolina Gonzalez, Ingrid Lima, Geovanni Martinez, Janina Canales , Heather Smith, Grant Crimmins and Valentino for playing great music.  Thank you Rebecca Coutant of the San Pedro Scoop for blogging about the event.

AJ’s knows It’s Hip to SNIP!

 

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