Hey whistler dogs! Get your 2020 licence at wag RIGHT NOW and 100% goes to wag! From January 1st to March 31st, 100% of proceeds from licence sales that are purchased at WAG are being donated to WAG
Stop by during our open hours Friday and Saturday 1-4 pm to licence your pup, or call the shelter to arrange a time.
Thank you to the RMOW for this amazing fundraising opportunity.
MONTH OF LOVE
WAG's Month of Love is back for 2020!
'KISSES for KITTENS' and 'SMOOCHES for POOCHES' PHOTO BOOTH!
TWO RAFFLE BASKETS!
'LOONIES FOR LOVE' COIN BOX CAMPAIGN!
HANDMADE BANDANAS BY DENISE!
PET PAINTINGS BY SHERRY VIOLETTE KLASSEN!
ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHOCOLATE FACTORY'S VALENTINES CHOCOLATES!
More to be announced!
Meet Rory! (formally known as Ruairi 🙂
This poor kitten is less than 5 months old and is already facing some major health challenges. He is our latest Critical Care Case!
Rory was surrendered back to us immediately after adoption as he began to exhibit neurological health issues...
Now, WAG is working with our local vets to figure out what we can do for Rory!
Though our "open hours" may be limited, staff and volunteers are at the shelter 7 DAYS PER WEEK, 365 DAYS PER YEAR!
Our Public Visiting Hours are for general inquiries, adoption questions, shelter information, and more. Animal visits will only be available if we have appropriate animals.
Being a non-profit, we have very limited staffing resources and are unable to have a full-time receptionist to manage visitors for longer than these hours.
We are ALWAYS available, however, for volunteer shifts, adoption appointments, foster pick ups and drop offs, and more. AS LONG AS WE KNOW YOU ARE COMING, WE CAN MEET YOU ALMOST ANY DAY!
Please do not bang or pull on the door when we are closed - contact us and arrange a time to meet a staff member, as we are often working in the back.
We are available for Bylaw pick ups from 9am to 6pm daily.
Hello, WAG supporters!
You may or may not have noticed how busy it has gotten around the shelter lately with traffic and limited parking, but we would like to let everyone know that the few spaces directly in front of the shelter have been reserved for WAG.
We have worked hard to keep these spots available for our volunteers, transport drivers, foster homes, and adopters, so please only park here if you are visiting WAG. Often our animals are sick, injured, in crates, or recovering from surgery and need to be carried into the building.
Thank you for your understanding and support!