Blog: Marin Pets

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Looking into 2016
Emily Robledo
A Marin Humane Society staff member sets blogging goals for the new year. more...

CatCon LA: A Meow-valous Time in the City of Angels
Maureen Reyes

Follow MHS Development Coordinator, Maureen Reyes, in her experience at the first annual CatCon LA. Joining more than 10,000 cat lovers in L.A. in early June she enjoyed all things cat. From cat loving celebrities like Mayin Bialik (Blossom, The Big Bang Theory) to internet cat meme's and beyond. CatCon had something for everyone.


Lucky Bunny
Emily Robledo
Buster the Bunny went missing. Read about how he became reunited with his family! more...

Remembering Bella
Deborah Michie

Deborah Michie recently adopted two kittens from the Marin Humane Society, but will forever remember her sweet Bella.


Me - A Lobbyist?
Connie Downing
Connie Downing, development coordinator, reflects on her day at Humane Lobby Day with fellow animal advocates in Sacramento. more...

Saying Goodbye to Frankie
Andrea Reese

During the past couple of years, Frankie had been dealing with many medical issues and we were able to treat him and keep him comfy and happy for quite a while. However in the past week and a half his health and quality of life seemed to decline rapidly and we felt that, as painful as it would be to lose him, we needed to let him go.


Inspiration at the Capitol
Emily Robledo

On Wednesday, June 19 four Marin Humane Society employeess spent the day with fellow citizen animal activists at the state capitol to attend the 2013 Humane Lobby Day.


A look at dog behavior
Trish King, CPDT, CDBC

Dogs have been our companions for thousands of years, helping us with chores, keeping our homes safe, and being our closest companions. Different breeds were bred for various purposes, and developed temperaments that suited their jobs. In addition, individual dogs have their own personalities, different from other members of their breed types.


Strategic Planning for Animal Lovers
Nancy McKenney, CEO

When it comes to making plans based on the “what-ifs” that arise if you are incapacitated or pass away, it is easy to become overwhelmed or intimidated. And yet, this planning can bring unimagined benefits – not only for us as individuals, but for our loved ones and our community as well.


Celebrating One Year of Our New Dog Adoption Area!
Nancy McKenney

It has been one full year since our new dog adoption area opened and our first canine adoption candidates filled the rooms. We are happy to report that we saw a 7.6% increase in the number of dogs and puppies adopted during October 2011 - September 2012, as compared with the previous 12-month time period.


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