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February 15, 2008

Posted by UAN Program Coordinator Cristina Stoyle

February 14, 2008

Jack Cumbra, training technician for High Sierra Animal Rescue, arrived today to make Wilma and Melinda Sue his Valentines! Having just met Jack, they were both a little shy and unsure of him. Wilma warmed up with a few pieces of fresh chicken and also let him lead her on the leash for a short bit. Melinda Sue will be getting to know him and other staff and volunteers at High Sierra once she settles in at the shelter in Portola.

February 13, 2008

Today, we received an update from Janell Matthies, the EARS volunteer who is fostering Cutie, a female black Lab-German shepherd mix for the City of Sacramento Animal Care Services.

February 12, 2008

This afternoon our very sweat Lab-Dalmatian mixes, Moe and Joe, were transferred to Pet Network of Incline Village, Nevada. When Susan Paul called me yesterday asking about Joe, I mentioned that he had a buddy Moe, who might be his dad. We had hoped they could go to rescue together. "Of course we’ll take both dogs!” Susan said.

February 11, 2008

It was a big weekend at Camp Reno with lots of EARS volunteers coming to socialize our very special dogs!

February 8, 2008

Today, Best Friends Animal Society, which has also been instrumental in helping the Gabbs dogs, posted a great story on its Best Friends Network about "Camp Reno."

Please check out the article and forward it to your friends!

February 6, 2008

Posted by Alexis Raymond, UAN's director of communications. 

As the director of communications at UAN, I'm always looking for a good story. Something that will let you, our supporters, know how much we care about the animals and how hard we work to bring them out of crisis situations.

February 5, 2008

Yesterday our shy, but sweet Windy previously known as Wind Talker, left Camp Reno with Ashley Dunleavy, trained EARS volunteer and canine foster home coordinator for the Yolo County SPCA in Woodland

February 3, 2008

When EARS Southern California State Coordinator Norma Rodriguez arrived at “Camp Reno” a few days ago she noticed that Moe, a male Dalmatian and Pointer mix, was not eating much. We explained that he had not been feeling well and that Dr. Landon of the Nevada Humane Society had given him a prescription of antibiotics for a possible infection. He was perking up some, but still not eating very much.

February 1, 2008

Melissa Hardy, Reno resident and TTouch Practitioner of 15 years began volunteering at Camp Reno yesterday, using her skills to help the residents to feel better and become more social.

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