Friday, May 22, 2009

Carolina Canines Tales and Tails

Read all about it! The latest news from Carolina Canines in the Spring/Summer issue of Carolina Canines Tales and Tails. Read about the new Carolina Canines for Therapy program, the success of the 3rd annual Walk for Those Who Can't, meet the newest Carolina Canines for Veterans service dog team and the winner of the Cuddles for Canines Quilt.

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Friday, May 15, 2009

Thanks for a Successful Wellness Clinic

The Wellness Clinic at North College Road Animal Hospital at May 9, 2009 was a great success! Over 30 people came out with thier cats and dogs to take advantage of a great deal in Vets helping Vets. A complete blood screen was done on each animal for a $30 donation to Carolina Canines for Veterans.

Joining us for the event was Sunny FM 104.5 Craig Thomas broadcasting live from Noon until 2 p.m.

We'd like to thank Dr. Nusbaum and her team at North College Road Animal Hospital for a great event. Over $1,000 was raised to help us continue to provided our wounded warriors with quality trained service dogs. Thank you for everyone who came out to support the program and thanks for taking care of your special cat or dog.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Congratulations to Shallotte Middle School 6th Graders

Congratulations to Ms. Atkinson's 6th Grade class at Shallotte Middle School. The class held a car wash fundraiser on May 2nd and raised $532.50 in support of the Carolina Canines for Veterans program. The social studies class was working on a "pay it forward" project and chose Carolina Canines for Service to lend a helping hand to.

We sincerely appreicate the work this class did and the dedication to giving back to our Wounded Warriors. Thank you!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Vets helping Vets!

Vets helping Vets!

North College Road Animal Hospital Animal Wellness Clinic

North College Road Animal Hospital is celebrating National Pet Week (May 3-9) by hosting a wellness clinic for dogs and cats. NCRAH is dedicated to the Carolina Canines for Veterans program and is excited to be hosting this event.

A complete blood count will be done for your animal and a report given to you. This is very important information to have as a baseline for your animal! The event will be held from noon-3pm on Saturday May 9th, 2009 at the NCRAH at 3414 Enterprise Dr in the Northchase Business Park. Pre-registration is requested. Call 910-452-2273 to schedule your appt.

The cost is $30 and is a value of $100, and the best news of all! 100% of the proceeds go to benefit the Carolina Canines for Veterans Program! We hope to see you there!

Amie Granbois