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Alamo dog and cat food

There was a big storm over the weekend and some of you were concerned you may have had a bit of dog/cat food. We have been very busy since so some of it might be coming up now.

If you have seen some food in the fridge that you know is dog/cat food and you don’t know whose it is please let us know and we will dispose of it.

We have received a lot of feedback about some of the animals who have been brought in to the shelter and it is just amazing. People love them. But there are some issues that keep coming up that they need to be aware of. They might just take the wrong path in life.

Dog Biscuits

If you have seen any of the dogs walking around in the Alamo Heights, Alamo Plaza or Alamo River Park area of San Antonio, you have probably seen one or two of these little biscuits lying around. They are actually dog treats. If you see any of these in your neighborhood please pick them up and throw them away. These were never intended for dogs and are not nutritious enough for them to eat.

There is a lot of info on the internet and Facebook about the difference between dog biscuits and cat treats and what’s not good for a dog. And if you ever come across any cat treats you can be sure they are not good for your cat. We have been contacted many times about dog treats for cats and vice versa. Some people are just out to make money and are making a few dollars off of people. But most people are just out to do the right thing.

The reason for this post is that we keep getting a few dog treats. Most are the cat treats but a few are the dog treats. We are not really sure where they came from. They seem to have been placed on the ground or tossed out of a car window or just placed somewhere because they looked like treats. We have had them in our kennel and we have seen people come up to people at the shelter and ask for them. We have even seen people pick them up from a car window and put them in the trunk or give them to kids. If you see any of these treat on the ground please call us and we will dispose of them for you.

Please be careful.

Gladys the Lab in the Dog House

Gladys the Lab in the Dog House

We have also had some people who call asking about a dog in a home that may have just arrived and is in need of a place to live.

If you have an animal that needs to live in a home, please call the Alamo Humane Society and we will see if we can place the animal in a home that will give it the best life. And if you have a home that is open for an animal, we will be happy to work with you.

We have some dogs that are getting ready to be placed and we are hoping we will get one or two in homes today.

We have a dog who needs a home. Please call us at (210) 533-2600 and ask for the shelter manager.

A couple of these dogs were found at a house and they came to us as part of a family. Unfortunately, when the house was being cleaned, they had to be turned over to us because it was a no-kill shelter.

If you see these dogs, please call us and we will come get them. We will go over with you what is needed and what they need to do in order to get adopted. The shelter staff has the training and experience in this.

We have a dog that we would like to adopt out but we can’t take him home because we are in the middle of a flood and have no access to our house. We are working on it.

There are many dogs that need a home and many more we can get placed but we need help. The more volunteers, more people donating and more funds raised, the more dogs we can help.

Our volunteers and donors are the heart of our rescue efforts.

Please call us at (210) 533-2600 and ask for the shelter manager.

Our cats have a lot of different health issues and need to be checked over before we can take them to their new home. This can be done during the day. It is only a $20 donation and there is a $2 co-pay for those of us who have no insurance.

If you have ever wanted to volunteer at the Alamo Humane Society, you have until July 18th to do it before they are closed to new volunteer applications.

Here is a schedule of the volunteer shift times.

Monday

6:00 am – 12:00 pm

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Tuesday

6:00 am – 12:00 pm

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Wednesday

6:00 am – 12:00 pm

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Thursday

6:00 am – 12:00 pm

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Friday

6:00 am – 12:00 pm

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Saturday

7:00 am – 11:00 am

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Sunday

7:00 am – 11:00 am

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

For those who are volunteering for the first time, please call the shelter before you come in and ask to be placed in a volunteer group. This can save you a lot of time and will allow you to get to know other volunteers and see what type of work they are doing. This will also let you know who is available and what groups are not active.

We have been seeing more and more dogs and cats with health issues come into the shelter. Some of them have issues that have been fixed. But they are still having to be looked after.

We have been working with an organization called the


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