Maddie’s grant helps Boulder City cats and dogs
The cats and dogs of Boulder City will soon benefit from a $25,000 grant from Maddie's® Pet Project in Nevada.
Apply for university sheltering program scholarship
Maddie’s Fund® is sponsoring full scholarships to the University of the Pacific Online Animal Shelter Management Certificate Program (more info), a program developed and managed by Humane Network. This program provides knowledge needed to advance a career in animal sheltering or assume a shelter management role with a focus on maximizing the shelter’s lifesaving potential through leadership, program management, community engagement, and shelter/clinic operations. Read More
1,665 Cats and Dogs Adopted for Maddie’s® Pet Adoption Days
Fifty-five shelters and rescue groups participated in Nevada’s large free pet adoption event yet. It was organized by Maddie's® Pet Project in Nevada, a three-year campaign aimed at helping more homeless cats and dogs find good homes and creating a safety net for pets by improving access to veterinary care in the Silver State.
142 cats and dogs get spays/neuters at temporary clinic in Wadsworth
A temporary, free spay/neuter clinic was set up Oct. 13-14 at the Wadsworth Community Center, and 142 cats and dogs received surgeries.
First Free Spay/Neuter Clinic for Pyramid Lake Pets This Weekend
The first-ever spay/neuter clinic at the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation will be this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13-14. A temporary high-quality, high-volume clinic will be set up in the Wadsworth Community Center to spay and neuter cats and dogs belonging to tribal members – including surgeries and vaccinations – all free of charge.
Over 950 cats and dogs adopted out across Nevada in 2 days
More than 950 cats and dogs were adopted out across Nevada this past weekend.
Forty-one shelters and rescue groups made it happen as part of a free-adoption event organized by Maddie's® Pet Project in Nevada, a new three-year campaign aimed at helping more homeless cats and dogs find good homes and creating a safety net for pets by improving access to veterinary care in the Silver State.
New survey uncovers Nevada’s big love for cats and dogs
The fate of animals in shelters is important to 91% of Nevadans.
That’s what a new 2018 survey commissioned by Maddie's® Pet Project in Nevada found.
The survey also found that the vast majority – 87% – say the well-being of cats is important to them, and 97% say the same for dogs.
Free pet adoptions April 27-28 across Nevada
Hundreds of dogs and cats will be available for free adoption April 27-28 at shelters and rescue groups across Nevada during Maddie's® Pet Adoption Days.
The event is happening thanks to a new initiative called Maddie's® Pet Project in Nevada that aims to create a safety net for cats and dogs by increasing adoptions from shelters and improving access to veterinary care in underserved areas.