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!
Penny is gentle, sweet 10 year old Pit Bull mix with a hope for a new home before the holidays. She came to into the shelter when her owner went into a nursing home. Penny loves to go for walks and meet new people, maybe you could be that new person - it all starts with a visit to PCAPS, located at 2600 NE Perry in Peoria. Adoption hours are 12-5 pm, Mon-Sat. The shelter's adoption viewing rooms are …
January 5th, 2018 @ 1:40pm
PAWS to Read is a kid-friendly program that encourages a love of reading and the importance of the human-animal bond. Kids are paired up with non-judgemental and well-behaved therapy dogs to practice their reading skills. All ages are welcome! The dates for spring 2018 can be found below. For more information …
September 12th, 2017 @ 1:20pm
The Peoria Humane Society has entered RK Dixon's "Make my non-profit run better" contest. The organization to get the most public votes wins a $30k technology make-over. Contest runs from September 29th - October 5th. You can vote once each day. Cast your vote here: https://www.mmnprb.com/entry/peoria-humane-society
The Peoria Humane Society incorporated more than 75 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.