PET OF THE WEEK
Pet of the Week
Are you looking for a furry friend to love? The Peoria County Animal Protection Services has several homeless pets to consider!
Kipper is a sweet 11 year old Lab mix who found herself at the shelter after her owner passed away and her family couldn't keep her. Help this old girl find a loving home to live out her senior years - it all starts with a visit to the animal shelter in Peoria. PCAPS is located at 2600 NE Perry, with adoption hours are 12-5 pm, Mon-Sat. Call 672-2440 for more information on adopting a homeless pet today.
Dining for Dogs - Chili's
Tue. March 3rd, 2015 to Thu. April 16th, 2015 from 11:01am to 10:00pm
Come into Chili's in Peoria from now through April 16th, 2015 and get 15% of your pre-tax bill donated to the Peoria Humane Society. You can go as often as you like within this time period, just be sure to bring a voucher to present to your server each time you visit. You can find the voucher below:
Paws to Read
Sat. March 7th, 2015 from 10:00am to 11:00am
Join the Peoria Humane Society is a fun time of reading with dogs at Washington Library at 10 am on Saturday, March 7th! Therapy dogs will be on hand to visit with children and provide a time of reading and good conversation. The Paws to Read program helps children gain confidence in reading while encouraging a love of dogs! Call the Peoria Humane Society Education Department at 309-672-2447 to register for Paws to Read.
Dining for Dogs - La Gondola
Tue. March 17th, 2015 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm
Bring the voucher to LaGondola/Leonardo's between 4-9pm on Tuesday March 17th and get 20% of your bill donated to PHS! You can also order carryout and mention the flyer to get the 20% donated. Make Tuesday night spaghetti night and help the animals at the same time! You can find the voucher below:
Red Cross Pet First Aid Class
Sat. March 21st, 2015 from 9:00am to 12:00pm
November 10th, 2014 @ 11:50am
Although the weather did not cooperate as well as we would have liked for Bark in the Park this year, it was still a successful event for the Peoria Humane Society. PHS would like to thank all of our sponsors for supporting this years Bark in the Park. Thank you, too, to all the volunteers that turned out not only to help set up the event, but to run some of the booths and activities as well.
Click Read More to see a collection of photos taken during this years event.
November 6th, 2014 @ 1:50pm
November 2-8, 2014 is national Animal Shelter Appreciation Week. Here at the Peoria Humane Society we like to celebrate by taking time out to give thanks to those that work first hand with the helpless animals in our community. Every year we hold a luncheon for all the animal shelter staff in honor of the hard work that they put in throughout the year. Their job is not easy and is often pretty thankless. This year's luncheon featured a delicious buffet catered by Bernardi's. The chocolate truffles were an especially big hit!
If you are wondering what you …
You can earn money for the Peoria Humane Society every time you shop online at hundreds of top retailers! Just go through the website www.adoptashelter.com and follow the instructions to get a portion of what you spend donated to our organization. There is no cost to use adoptashelter.com and it routes you directly to the online store of your choice, making it no different than any regular online transaction.
The Peoria Humane Society incorporated more than 70 years ago to help the animals in Peoria. After years of struggling to conduct cruelty investigations and house homeless animals with little funding, the Board of Directors collaborated with the City of Peoria in 1980 to professionalize the animal control program and improve the welfare of animals in Peoria.
The PHS partners with Peoria County and the City of Peoria to offer comprehensive animal welfare and animal control services to all of Peoria county. Freed from the responsibility of funding a shelter, the PHS can devote its time, effort, and funds to increasing the adoption of shelter animals and creating a humane community. And, since the Peoria County Animal Protection Services remains the only shelter in Peoria County, citizens need only visit one place to find a lost pet or adopt a new pet. No duplication of services exists, nor do the organizations clash.