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Welcome to the Luce County Pet Pals Website.
  
www.lucecountypetpals.com
The Luce County Pet Pals of Newberry Michigan is a non-profit organization concerned with the welfare of Companion animals. 
 
Newberry Michigan Luce County Pet Pals, Newberry MI Pet Adoption, Helping Luce County Animals - The Luce County Pet Pals is a non-profit organization concerned with the welfare of Companion animals. Homeless Dogs, Homeless Cats -  Newberry Area Homeless Animals, but also covering McMillan, Pine Stump Junction, Four Mile Corner, Deer Park, Dollarville, and more!

                           Our New Animal Shelter Building as of Spring 2014

 Luce County Pet Pals is now on Facebook!!  Click here!!!

Hello everyone,

This post is to help clarify some confusion/misunderstandings regarding what Luce County Pet Pals is able to help with. Luce County Pet Pals is not able to act as animal control. This means that Pet Pals is unable to pick up stray animals roaming the streets. Pet Pals is not able to step in on animal cruelty/neglect cases. If you have knowledge of or have been witness to animal/cruelty neglect, please contact local law enforcement. When there are foster homes available, Pet Pals will attempt to place found pets or surrendered pets. In most cases we will ask those who have found a pet or need to surrender a pet to keep the pet in their home as we have so few foster homes available. We will help advertise the found pets or pets in need of new homes. Pet Pals does not euthanize cats or dogs if placement cannot be found. When funds are available, we will help families fix their pets if they are unable to afford the cost. This is a short list of what Pet Pals is able to help with . We are in need of volunteers, everything from help updating the Pet Pals website to help with construction of the shelter. Meetings are the last Thursday of every month at 5:15 in the Small Courtroom of the Government Building across from the Hospital. Come join us!!

Luce County Pet Pals is involved in several pet related projects; pet adoptions, lost and found pets, spay/neuter grants, and building the new animal shelter. If you are interested is any of these projects and in the welfare of our local pets we need your help - please consider joining Pet Pals. Our meetings are held the last Thursday of the month at 5:15 in the small courtroom in the county building.

 PLEASE OH PLEASE PUT YOUR PHONE NUMBER ON YOUR PET'S COLLAR. PET PALS MEMBERS GET ONE OR TWO CALLS PER WEEK FOR LOST OR FOUND PETS AND THOSE WITH A PHONE NUMBER GET RETURNED HOME WITHIN ONE DAY. A MAGIC MARKER WORKS GREAT FOR THIS.

Are you interested in Fostering a Pet? We are in desperate need of Foster Homes at this time.

Are you looking for a Pet - please click on our Adopt a Pet page and Select Search Dogs or****** Search Cats *******?

Please call Geri 906 322 0109 for information or check back with the website for Luce County Pet Pals Homeless Dogs and Cats as they become available.  Please visit our Pet Finder page also for further information on pets in need of homes in our area.  Also visit the Newberry Chamber of Commerce for information on our Newberry Area.

 

Homeless Animals of Luce County: Newberry, McMillan, Pine Stump Junction, Four Mile Corner - Please help us improve the Lives of Homeless Animals and Pets in Need!

What We Do: 

  • We encourage and financially assist spay or neuter surgery for cats or dogs.
  • We help pet owners who can no longer keep their pet with finding another home for the animal.
  • We encourage and support vaccinations against infectious diseases or cats and dogs.
  • We publish a quarterly newsletter which provides information on pets available for adoption and information on pet care and safety. To read our Newsletters please click onto the Newsletter button and view any of our last issues.
To learn more about our mission and goals, please visit the About Us page.

For  photographs and information on Luce County Homeless Dogs click here and Luce County Homeless Cats available for adoption click here. 

Consider a Donation - We need your help now, more than ever before.
Make sure you take a moment to visit our "Why Donate" page and learn about why Luce County dogs and cats need your help now, more than ever before!  On Nov 5, 2008, the Luce County Animal Shelter closed its doors.  In the absence of an animal shelter it is even more critical that we reduce the number of homeless litters!  »more info

 

 


Upcoming Events:

Work on building the new animal shelter has started again for this year. The Isolation Kennel walls and roof trusses are up and we are ready to put the roof sheeting on (when the weather permits). Soon the foundation blocks will be laied for the regular Dog Kennels section so that addition can be built. If you are interested is helping please call Ed Brondyke 906-293-3155 so your name can be put on our Volunteer call list.

Pet Pals meeting are the last Thursday of every month at 5:15 in the Small Courtroom of the Government Building.  New members always welcome!!!



   

 

Please donate to an area with no animal shelter.  Help rebuild our area's efforts for our Eastern Upper Peninsula / Luce County homeless animals.
Luce County Pet Pals - P.O. Box 345 - Newberry, MI 49868

Luce County Pet Pals Inc. accepts no responsibility for any liability or for any injury or damages to any person or property caused by any listed animal, as well as any cause of action, claims, suits or demands whatsoever that may arise as a result of such injury or damage. Luce County Pet Pals Inc. does not guarantee the health or temperment of animals listed as courtesy postings.
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