April 26th is Maddie’s birthday – she’s the little miniature schnauzer who inspired the Duffield family to start Maddie's Fund, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary helping animal shelters and rescue groups across the nation save more cats and dogs. https://youtu.be/zsI6GaCphxk
Maddie’s® Pet Project in Nevada has had a big first year. In 2018 alone, the three-year campaign has provided free adoptions for more than 2,500 pets, organized three free spay/neuter clinics, awarded over $2.3 million in grants, and supported and advanced the missions of shelters and rescue groups across the state. #ThanksToMaddie
Adoption centers throughout Nevada are waiving pet adoption fees during Maddie's Pet Adoption Days, Friday and Saturday Nov. 16-17! Please spread the word and visit www.maddiespetprojectnevada.org/mpad for a list of participating locations!
Kimberly Wade and Jack Mccreary rub on cats to help them wake up after surgery during Maddie's Pet Project in Nevada's free spay/neuter clinic in Lovelock, Nevada. #ThanksToMaddie
Our second semiannual Saving Nevada's Pets Conference was held Oct. 25 in Reno, NV. About 100 leaders and managers from 54 animal organizations heard from national speakers on a variety of topics. Watch our website for updates on our 2019 conferences: www.MaddiesPetProjectNevada.org/Pro.
Our first-ever spay/neuter clinic at the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation was held Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13-14. A temporary high-quality, high-volume clinic was 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. http://www.maddiespetprojectnevada.org/free-spay-neuter-clinics/
Watch highlights from our first semi-annual Saving Nevada’s Pets Conference in Las Vegas, June 15, 2018.
Kelley Bollen delivered the keynote address, “More Than Just a Pretty Face—The Amazingness of Our Feline and Canine Friends” at the Saving Nevada’s Pets Conference in Las Vegas, June 15, 2018
Watch Seattle Humane Society CEO David Loewe’s about building and maintaining a strong fostering community. Loewe spoke at the Saving Nevada’s Pets Conference in Las Vegas, June 15, 2018.
Gina Knepp, shelter manager for Sacramento’s Front Street Shelter, presented "From Pound to Performance – How a Once Low-Performing Shelter Became a Vibrant, Innovating, and Successful Lifesaving Machine” at our Saving Nevada’s Pets Conference in Las Vegas, June 15, 2018.
Kelley Bollen presented "Stress Recognition and Enrichment for Shelter Cats and Dogs" at Saving Nevada's Pets conference in Las Vegas, June 15, 2018.