Sunday, May 31, 2009

NWA Animal Rescue's May Spay & Neuter Clinic

Well, we are all exhausted but happy. Our May spay and neuter clinic was very successful, we spayed and neutered 28 animals!! Northwest Arkansas is overburdened with homeless and abandoned dogs and cats, the only solution is spaying and neutering.
We offer low cost spay and neuter coupons to help those who can't afford to spay and neuter their pets and we also hold monthly spay and neuter clinics. Please contact us at if you are interested in one of our low cost programs.
Are there stray or feral cats in your neighborhood? Please check out this link, We can help you to coordinate your trapping with our clinics. Please email or call 479 439-7978 to be on our spay and neuter clinic list.

You can make a difference - Spay and Neuter!!

Friday, May 1, 2009

Microchip/Vaccination clinic at BigWag

Northwest Arkansas Animal Rescue’s Microchip/Vaccination Clinic held Saturday April 18th at BigWag Gourmet Dog Bakery in Rogers, Arkansas was a resounding success. Dr. Harper of Bella Vista Village Animal Hospital assisted by veterinary technician Angie Johnson were able to vaccinate or microchip 71 dogs and 6 cats at the clinic. NWAAR members Elaine Tayrien, Mary Lou Pohlmann and the owners of BigWag Erin and Cary Hague along with staff members assisted attendees. Volunteers Vienna Willard and Rick Patton also assisted during the event.

Several dogs were available for adoption during the event; one from Northwest Arkansas Animal Rescue and three from Sugar Creek Animal Rescue. Look for our next Microchip/Vaccination Clinic at Dogs Downtown in Rogers, on May 9th. Our next low cost spay/neuter clinic will be May 30th at the Bentonville Police Department.

This event definitely contributed to NWAAR’s mission to protect animals.