Furever Friday – Spanky

Meet Spanky!

This month we are trying something new – BLIND DATES! You tell us what type of personality you want in a dog and let us choose your perfect match. Think eHarmony, but like, for pets. pHarmony, if you will… Even if you end up leaving with a different animal, your adoption fee is half off for participating in our blind date special.  Why are we doing blind dates?

 

Spanky is one of those reasons. He acts tough and intimidating in his kennel but is a big silly baby outside! He is 1 year old, neutered, vaccinated, chipped and ready for love! He met another pup this week and was so excited to play with her, he also did well meeting our resident cat, Larry.

Don’t judge too quickly when you see these dogs at the lowest point in their life. They’re amazing and can’t wait to prove it to you. They just want YOUR attention.

News Maker Meghan Bowers on Humane Soc. fundraisers

The Humane Society of Warren County’s Barks and Bags fundraiser has sold out.

Many thanks to everyone for participating and the Executive Director of the Humane Society of Warren County Meghan Bowers is looking forward to seeing you at the event.

We spoke to Meghan about another fundraiser that everyone is welcome to attend May 14 in our latest news maker.

The good news is brought to you by The Town of Front Royal.

Meghan tells us of the Rough, Tough and Scruffy Event at Hazard Mill Farm in Bentonville.

Meghan tells us it is a day of Bluegrass Music and water activity for you and your pet all benefiting the Humane Society.

No tickets required for this one just $10 at the gate to have a good time at the river.

Click here for Meghan’s interview.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

News Maker Meghan Bowers on HSWC’s Polar Plunge

The Humane Society of Warren County  (HSWC) is holding their third annual Polar Plunge fundraiser.

We spoke with HSWC Executive Director Meghan Bowers about the event in our latest news maker.

The good news is brought to you by The Town of Front Royal.

Meghan tells us about how much fun the event is and how it helps the shelter.

Meghan also tells us of the added incentive to join the plunge as both a participant and or sponsor of the event.

You can become involved with the event in a number of ways by clicking here.

Click here for Meghan’s interview.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

News Maker Roxanne Bauserman on Zombie Walk for the Humane Soc.

The annual Front Royal Zombie Walk will benefit the Humane Society of Warren County.

Meet at 5:30 p.m. at Bing Crosby Stadium on 8 Street Front Royal Oct. 23.

Be sure to dress in your best Zombie outfit and bring your donation for the Humane Society of Warren County.

We spoke with coordinator of the event Roxanne Bauserman on what to expect this year in our latest News Maker segment.

The good news is brought to by the town of Front Royal.

Check the Humane Society’s wish list and stay informed with the Zombie Walk here.

Click here for Roxanne’s interview.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

Tails and Ales – Warren County Humane Society

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Saturday November 13, 2021 The Warren County Humane Society is holding their 10th annual Tails and Ales Benefit. The event will be at the Front Royal Moose Lodge. Doors open at 5:30 , dinner is served at 6:00 , Catered by Devin Smith with Delightful Foods catering.

Tickets are only 40 dollars and include dinner, beer and wine, an event souvenir and a chance at the 1,000 dollar prize!

A favorite in the community and is regularly sold-out with 250 attendees so get your tickets early!

There will be a silent auction , pull tabs, 50/50 raffle, door prizes, and 2 new games this year to celebrate the 10th year anniversary which means more prizes and cash rewards!

Tickets can be purchased in person at the Humane Society of Warren County located at 1245 Progress Drive Front Royal, as well as the website humanesocietywarrencounty.com/product-category/shop/

FRWC Humane Society benefit happening today 5/22

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Today May 22 the Rough, tough and Scruffy River weekend is going on at 1481 Hazard Mill Rd. Bentonville kicking off the canoe season.

Activities include a canoe and Kayak race and an anything goes race.

Live Music, beer sales, ax throwing and silent auctions all benefit the Front Royal Warren County Humane Society.

Tickets are $5 and still available at Rough, Tough and Scruffy Weekend Facebook page.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

HSWC welcomes new veterinarian

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The Humane Society of Warren County welcomed a new veterinarian to their team, Dr. Alicia Pownall of Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Dr. Pownall is a graduate of Mississippi State University’s college of veterinary medicine.

She will lead a new project for the Humane Society, a spay and neuter clinic.

The new clinic on John Marshall Highway is currently under renovations and will open later this summer.

The new clinic, the Linda R. Lorber Campus, will offer low cost spay neuter and vaccine services to our community and local rescue groups.

Dr. Pownall has previous experience in a no cost mobile clinic that traveled through Native American Reserves and offered similar services.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.