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- Lost Pet Recovery
- Found a Lost Pet?
- Spay & Neuter
- Animal Rescue & Control
- Dog Licensing
- Humane Education
- Behavior and Training
- Door to Door
How You Can Help!
Upcoming SCCAS Events & Volunteer Training
|SPECIAL EVENTS||VOLUNTEER TRAINING|
FULL HOUSE FELINE ADOPTION SPECIAL!
There are so many cats at the Shelter now, just waiting for their turn to be adopted. We are in the middle of kitten season and also have dozens of adult cats too.
Those adoption fees include: feline friend, spay/neuter surgery, core vaccines, microchip ID, carrier, and free vet exam.
Love Monday at Discretion Brewing: August 22, 11:30 am - 9:00 pm
New Adopters Workshops: August 27
Parks & Rex II at the Simpkins Family Swim Center: August 28, 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Night Out with the Shelter: September 1, 5 - 9 pm, Woodstock's Pizza
Open House at the Scotts Valley Veterinary Clinic: September 24, 3 - 6 pm
Harvest, Hops, and Hounds (hosted by C-DOG): October 1, time TBA
Bark-toberfest at Sante Adairius Rustic Ales: October 22, time TBA
Watch this space for information on upcoming special training opportunities* for our regular volunteers.
Clicker Training Shelter Dogs: Sit, Down, Toy Trade, Find It
Why use a clicker and how do they work? How can clicker training benefit our shelter dogs? Get an introduction to clicker training and train shelter dogs to sit and lie down on cue. Learn and practice tips to increase adoptions.
Clicker Training Shelter Cats:
Why use a clicker and how do they work? How can clicker training benefit our shelter cats? Get an introduction to clicker training and learn and practice tips to increase adoptions.
Movie night is an ongoing training all about dog and human interaction and learning how to better understand what our dogs are telling us.
This is foster season and we are actively looking for new foster homes. This training is for current volunteers interesed in fostering dogs, cats, puppies or kittens.
Low Stress Handling Techniques and Behavior Modification for Anxious and Scared Dogs
Learn handling techniques and behavior modification to help build trust and confidence in shy and fearful dogs, and avoid increasing their stress levels. A useful class even for experienced volunteers.
*Sign up on the sheets by the volunteer monitor or email Erin Conway to add you to the list.
If you are interested in BEGINNING volunteer orientation, click here