Monthly Archives: March 2014

Clinic take bike out of animal population

Clinic takes bite out of animal population Published in 2011 | by Lacey Hampton The Enquirer Journal Stormy, a young, male cat, undergoes a neutering procedure by Dr. Lawrence Toyer, D.V.M. at the Monroe Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic on Waxhaw Highway. The Monroe Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic opened in August last year and had spayed…
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Mesha, A Goodwill Ambassador

Mesha, a white toy poodle now 3 years old, was 2 years old when she was surrendered to HSUC by her owner back in September of 2006. Diane, who lived in Maine saw the PetFinder listing for Mesha and contacted HSUC. Diane wanted us to do whatever it took to get Mesha to her. With…
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Blizzard’s Incredible Journey

Back in September 2007, the Humane Society of Union County, NC (HSUC) received an email that included a list of dogs that needed help, one of which included a a deaf and partially blind Australian Shepherd that was soon going to be taken to the animal shelter.We emailed  back but didn't hear anything for a month.  Then,  in October…
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Whitey

This little Chihuahua mix was in a sad state when he came into foster care. He was severely malnourished and underweight. By providing him with a proper diet and vet care, his foster mom was able to turn him into the handsome, healthy dog he was meant to be. He’s now with his adoptive family…
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