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News Archive: April 2012

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Learn To Be A Best Friend: A Free Dog Obedience Training Program

Learn To Be A Best Friend

The Heigl Foundation will launch the "Learn To Be A Best Friend" program on May 5, an initiative that will provide free dog obedience training at Hollydale Park in South Gate. Members of the public who would like their pet to participate, simply need to register. Free spay/neuter surguries will also be provided for any unaltered dog attending the class. The goal of the program is to teach responsible pet ownership and basic commands.


Tuesday, April 24, 2012

April Mixon’s Marathon Fundraiser

April Mixon's Marathon Fundraiser

On June 17, April Mixon, who was inspired to fundraise for the JDHF after watching the PSA for the Compassion Revolution, will be running the Vancouver USA Marathon to raise money to help reduce the number of healthy, adoptable pets killed in shelters simply because enough homes can not be found for them. Please support her efforts by visiting April’s Fundly campaign page and donating to help reach her target.


Monday, April 23, 2012

The Heigl Ray Of Hope Program

The Heigl Ray Of Hope Program

Today the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, in partnership with Rachael Ray and the Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation, is launching a simple, no application, no paperwork, free spay/neuter program for dogs and cats in the cities of Baldwin Park and El Monte, cities serviced by the Baldwin Park Shelter. Residents need only make one phone call to register for an appointment!


Monday, April 9, 2012

Time Is Running Out For The Pet Lover’s License Plate In California

Pet Lover's License Plate

Time is running out for the Pet Lover’s License Plate in California and your help is needed urgently to make it happen. With only three months to go until the deadline day, 3500 plates still need to be sold or the program – designed to help end pet over population and cut euthanasia across the state – could collapse, with money being refunded to those who have already signed up.


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