Benefit Golf Event – was held 10 Oct 2020

Benefit Golf Event for the Animal Protection Society of Caswell County

16830967_1444048405625991_280183598134023581_nMany thanks to all our wonderful Sponsors and the Caswell Pines Golf Course!  We appreciate your continued support of our Shelter!

We would like to thank you, the golfers, who came out even though it was raining a touch…but not on the golf course! LOL  Additionally, a huge thanks to our helpers who made the event run so smoothly!

 

     

Many thanks to all for a fun and exciting day.

Questions: Call 336-694-4921 or Email apscaswell@yahoo.com

 

HELP, Urgent Need of Fosters!

We are jam packed at the shelter…and need room for new animals coming in to the shelter daily. We are looking for adopters, fosters and rescues!

What is a foster home?
Foster parents provide temporary homes for dogs or cats prior to adoption. Providing foster care is a wonderful and personal way to contribute to saving homeless pets! We pay for everything. Please call the Shelter for more information 336-694-4921.

From one of our foster families…”We have foster with APS Caswell for many years and it is wonderful seeing a shy and scared pup or kitty build trust and grow to be the wonderful and loving family member that they so long to be.  It is a rewarding experience for the entire family and especially the pet that gets a second chance.”

Help us by helping them and being a foster family!

Call today: 336-694-4921

Low Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic- Currently On Hold!

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UPDATE (25 July, 2020):  We were hoping to re-start the monthly low cost spay/neuter clinic, but with numbers affected by COVID-19 continuing to increase, safety guidelines set by state to slow the spread and concerns for the volunteers who help with the clinics, there is no way we can safely check-in clients, complete necessary paperwork for 30-40 animals, labeling, money exchange and load van in one hour, all the while ensuring safe distancing and everyone properly wearing face masks.

The clinic used in Greensboro is Humane Society of the Piedmont. You can make an appointment directly with them on their website and will need to provide your own transportation.  The fees charged will be different from what we charge at our clinic, and we have no control of prices but their fees still offer a significant savings over private vets.
Another option is the SNAP-NC van https://www.snap-nc.org/

Thank you for your understanding during these challenging times.

UPCOMING DATES: ON HOLD Due to COVID-19