New Rochelle Humane Society, Inc.
Rating: 3 stars 2 reviews
Location: 70 Portman Rd New Rochelle NY 10801 USA
Programs: There is great need to reduce the overpopulation of domestic animals worldwide. Locally, the low-cost spay/neuter program of the New Rochelle Humane Society targets this concern. NRHS offers outreach education in the public schools and provides literature on understanding and caring for animals. We are also proud to have a veterinary technician as our Shelter Manager, affording us the opportunity to bring current healthcare information not only to our shelter, but to our adopting pet parents as well. NRHS also makes visits with pets to nursing homes. The pets provide therapy and entertainment for the patients. One of NRHS recent accomplishments was scheduling a series of Dog Adoption Days at various pet supply stores within a 40 mile radius, bringing the pets to potential adopters, rather than waiting for them to come to the shelter.
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This is a great experience for all animal-lovers and people who want to help out their community. The last person to review this organization said that the staff are not friendly or helpful. With some (not all) staff this is the case, but people who truly want to help the animals should not care if the staff is not completely attentive. And if the staff is very rude, that's even more reason to volunteer- the animals need people in their lives to love and care for them. The Humane Society does not really give volunteers specific tasks, it's all up to the individual where to spend time, but the animals enjoy the company and so do the volunteers. At least I do. Overall, I love to spend time volunteering at the Humane Society and I definitely recommend it.
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