The Brookhaven Animal Rescue League was established in 1981 and is a nonprofit, limited-admission, volunteer-based animal welfare group.
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Dog Days of Summer Kids Camp
Mon-Fri, July 21-25
-$75 registration fee includes camp T-shirt
-Contact Camp Director for more details firstname.lastname@example.org
-More info below or click on registration form:
Want to help the animals?
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BARL is a 501 (c)3 charity and all donations are tax-deductible. We do not receive any government funding and depend on donations from the public, businesses, grants and our numerous fund-raising efforts. Please give.
DOG DAYS OF SUMMER CAMP 2014 -
This year's camp theme is "What Does the Dog Say?"
We will spend our week learning how to understand
what dog's are communicating with us by reading their
body language and how we can better train our dogs to
understand us using our body language.
We will have several guest speakers and demonstrations from agility dogs, search and rescue dogs, International K9 training, and more!
On Friday we will have a fun filled family day
including a dog show and camper favorite
Percy King and his exotic animals!
Camp will be held Monday-Friday,
July 21-25 from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
at the Brookhaven City Park.
It's sure to be a fun and educational week. For more information, email email@example.com .
They will die of heat stroke within a matter of minutes!
Also don't walk your dogs on hot concrete or asphalt. It will burn and rip their paw pads.
It takes a lot of volunteers to keep BARL going. We need your help and if you can't help will you send someone in your place?
Can you help clean at the Adoption Center? Or walk the dogs or play with the cats? Can you help at adoption events? Can you pack ink jet cartridges to recycle for cash for the animals? Can you work at fund-raisers or ask businesses to sponsor fund-raisers?
There are MANY, MANY duties that we need help with at the Adoption Center. There are also MANY, MANY duties you can help with away from the Adoption Center.
With your assistance, animals get a SECOND CHANCE, and people find new companions.
For more information email our Volunteer Coordinator, Jayne Wells, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At two years old, he's mature and laid back, though is still very interested in new sights, sounds and experiences.
He only weighs 33 lbs which is a great size for an inside dog, and he is so smart he should house-train easily.
This tri-colored good looking guy, LOVES toys.
Can you teach him to fetch? He has great focus
on his person and is extremely smart so is
probably a natural fetcher.
He has fun playing with the other dogs
in his play group and never meets a stranger.