Meet Abbey Newbery! Abbey is a lab mix who was adopted by David and Dee Newbery as a foster! She had been placed with the Newbery family during the 2020 Emergency Foster Placement initiative that happened as a result of COVID-19 in April of 2020 and less than a month later, they decided that Abbey needed to be a full-time Newbery! She was adopted in May of 2020 and is working on her tricks – such as sit. She is a sweet girl and her parents are excited to get to feature her as the 2021 Paws in the Park Spokespet!
Open Pet Activities in Training Room Include:
Microchipping $15 – Permanent identification for your pet.
Nose Painting – Have your dog paint a picture with the creative use of peanut butter!
Poorly Drawn Pet Portraits Live Edition – A volunteer will create a bad drawing of your pet.
Kitten Campus Museum – Self-guided tour through the future home of our Kitten Campus to learn about how we help kittens – and how you can, too!
Nose Work – Let your dog enjoy a sniffari with foraging piles.
Kid Craft Station – Fun for the whole family! Temporary tattoos, dress-a-pet project, and coloring.
Pup Cup Station – Learn about safe treats to give your pet and let them enjoy a puppaccino.
Writing Station – Get creative! Write a note to a shelter pet, to your pet at home, or a note *from* your pet to a shelter pet. Stick it to the gallery to see the power of our positivity together.
Kitty Toy Toss – If you have good aim you could win a prize!
Hill’s Station – Guess your dog’s weight station, bone toss, and giveaways!
Animal Control Station – Learn about our wonderful Animal Control Officers and the important job they do for the community.
Photo Opportunities in the Hill’s Room:
Selfie Stations – Take your own fun photos with your pet at our kissing booth and springtime photo op!
Saturday, April 24th 12-3pm Professional Photographer – Get your photo taken; we’ll edit the background and share the fun results!
Thank you to our ‘Caring Canine’ sponsors!
Thank you to our ‘Pawsome Pal’ sponsors!
Mize CPAs Inc
Shawnee Animal Hospital
Companion Animal Clinic
Tender Loving Care
What Drives Us
As advocates for animal welfare, Helping Hands Humane Society, Inc. provides sanctuary for animals in need of compassionate care and protection. We accept responsibility for:
Fostering the adoption of healthy animals into responsible homes and reuniting lost animals with their owners
Reducing overpopulation by promoting sterilization of animals
Providing an accessible facility with effective leadership and well-trained staff
Serving the community through education and addressing animal welfare issues
Maintaining a fiscally responsible organization by adhering to the highest standards of integrity