Several area animal rescues have a couple of pairs available for adoption. Meanwhile, a couple of rabies clinics have been scheduled.
Precious Paws Animal Rescue in Franklin has bonded pair Buddy and Murphy available for adoption.
Buddy and Murphy enjoyed Christmas in their foster home. The rescue is “looking for a home together for these two sweet boys.”
Adoption applications can be found at www.pparfranklin.com.
More information is available by contacting the rescue at (814) 671-9827, on the Precious Paws Facebook Page or website.
Rabies clinic scheduled
Precious Paws Animal Rescue in Franklin will hold a rabies clinic from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, at its SNYP Clinic, 720 Atlantic Ave., Franklin.
The cost is $10 for a one-year vaccine and $15 for a three-year vaccine. Owners must have proof of prior vaccine for the three-year shot.
Dr. Rainy L. Waitz will be administering the vaccines.
Other services will be offered for additional costs, including all series of vaccines — dhlpp, fvrcp, Lyme and feline leukemia; microchipping.
Seresto flea and tick collars and dog licenses will be available for purchase.
There is an inside waiting area and no appointments are needed. Cash or credit card payments will be received. No checks will be accepted.
She has the love bug
Clarion PAWS has long-term resident Miss Kitty available for adoption.
“She had to be given up due to housing issues. She is a giant love bug. She does tend to grab you when you leave. She just doesn’t like to see people go,” the rescue posted on Facebook. “She would make a great cat for a family that spends lots of time at home. She would be sure to be part of all family time.”
Clarion PAWS is located at 11348 Route 322, Shippenville, Clarion River Hill, between Scrap Happy and Clarion Electric. The adoption center is open from 5 to 7 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturdays. The center is closed Fridays and Sundays.
More information is available at www.clarionpaws.org, the group’s Facebook page or by calling (814) 229-1231.
Extra large love
Tri-County Animal Rescue Center in Shippenville has St. Bernard Beethoven available for adoption.
“Beethoven is a heart stealing, lovable, 107-pound, 3-year-old, big lug of a dog who is housebroken and loves treats. At the shelter, Beethoven fills up his dog kennel like a furry ottoman on gliders,” the rescue said on its website.
“When it’s his turn to go outside, Beethoven casually lumbers down the aisle towards the back door, oblivious to the other dogs squawking all around him; he does not try to stare down or fence fight with any of his neighbors,” the post continued.
“When introduced to the shelter cats, Beethoven was mildly interested, gently wagging his tail and sniffing through the screened enclosure, then he abruptly turned around and walked out of the room …,” the rescue said.
Tri-County is located at 9562 Route 322, Shippenville.
More information about Tri-County Animal Rescue Center is available on its Facebook page, by calling (814) 918-2032 or emailing contactus@Tricounty-arc.org.
A matched set … almost
Venango County Humane Society in Seneca has Patches and her sister Trinity available for adoption.
Patches, a domestic short hair, is a 9-month-old spayed female. She’s a black and orange calico with contrasting white areas.
“Patches and her sister Trinity are sharing a condo. You can tell them apart because Patches has more black of her nose. Trinity and Patches get along famously together and will be wonderful companions to you and each other,” the shelter said in a Petfinder listing.
The shelter’s hours are from noon to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. It is closed Sundays and holidays.
The humane society is located at 286 S. Main St., Seneca. More information on the Venango County Humane Society is available by calling (814) 677-4040.
Time running out on donation match
Time is ticking down for Skye’s Spirit Wildlife Rehabilitation Center’s donation match.
People may show their support for the Harrisville center with a contribution at fundrazr.com/skyesholiday2017.
Donations can be mailed to SSWRC, 889 Farren Surrena Road, Harrisville, PA 16038. Donations must be postmarked by Sunday, Dec. 31, to count.
Donations also can be made through the center’s website at www.skyes-spirit.com.
Dog licenses for sale; rabies clinic slated
Venango County Treasurer Deborah Sharpe and her staff will issue Venango County dog licenses and sportsman firearm permits from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 13, at the Oakland fire hall.
A rabies clinic will be held at the same time by Franklin Animal Clinic. The price of a rabies shot is $15.
Additional information is available by calling (814) 432-9521.
All About Animals is a weekly blog that appears on Venangoextra.com and Clarionextra.com. Interested persons or groups can submit information to email@example.com. Readers may also submit photos or stories of their animals. More information about the blog is available by contacting Anna Applegate at (814) 677-8364.