4473 Barton Orleans Road Orleans, VT 05860 802-754-2228

Holiday Safety for Pets!

Tips for a Happy, Healthy and Safe Holiday Season for Our 4- Legged Family Members

Everyone at Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter wants the holidays to be a happy time for you and your pet, and not a time for an emergency visit to your veterinarian. The food and decorations that make the holidays so much fun for us can sometimes be hazardous for our pets. We want you to be aware of some of these hazards so that you can plan accordingly and prevent any potential problems. When in doubt, common sense is always a good strategy!

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July 12th, 2014 Volunteers

 

Sincere Thank You to All July 12th Volunteers!


The staff and board of Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter are extending a hearty THANK YOU to all the volunteers who worked so hard to make such wonderful improvements at the facility on Saturday, July 12. So much was accomplished that it’s a challenge to list everything – from painting walls and cupboards, to replacing screens in many windows, repairing dog yards and filling in around the shelter with pea stone, replacing cables on doors in the dog kennels, and the list goes on! 

A big THANK YOU also to the organizations that partnered together to support this event – Greater Good Organization and Pedigree Dog Food for their Shelter Renovation Project Grant and Animal Lifeline which provided three builders who drove here from other states to lead the projects.


We acknowledge that on such a beautiful summer Saturday, everyone had other options, and perhaps more enjoyable ones. Yet you all decided to spend a few hours or all day working to make the shelter a better place for our furry friends – all the dogs and cats that call the shelter their home for now. For this we are extremely appreciative!

THANK YOU to you all!

 

Supporting the Local Animal Shelter:

A Young Man with a Big Heart!

11/26/2013
A local boy collects donations for Frontier Animal Shelter instead of birthday presents for himself. Click to read the whole story!

Ellie Mae's Hero

October 2013

Pope Memorial Frontier Animal ClinicA story from the Newport Daily Express about Nicole's efforts to save an abandoned dog.

ORLEANS- A record setting career as a field hockey and ice hockey goalie for Nicole Ludwig didn't end making saves when she graduated from North Country Union High School. After graduating from UVM in 2011 with a BS in Animal Science her passion for animals lead Nicole to the Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Clinic in Orleans, Vermont where she works with volunteers taking care of abandoned cats and dogs.

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PMFAS Volunteers – We Salute You!


EventsOn October 24, Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter celebrated the value of volunteerism by hosting an appreciation dinner for current volunteers and friends at the Eastside Restaurant in Newport. In this photo, taken by volunteer Lisa Robinson, Doe Ruggles (right forefront) expresses congratulations to Ruth Gjessing. Both women have volunteered at the shelter for many years. While Doe spends most of her volunteer time working with and walking the dogs, Ruth’s passion is the spay/neuter clinic for cats and kittens. The number of hours expended by both of these volunteers is innumerable and invaluable, yet it represents only a fraction of the hours spent by all the volunteers combined throughout the year. In the background of the photo, Audrey Rockwell (left) is both surprised and pleased as she converses with Amy Mariotti. Audrey works at the shelter through the VT Associates Program and knows each of the cats by name and by their particular likes and dislikes.

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Frontier Animal Shelter in Orleans, VT Adoption Application.

 

ADOPTION HOURS

MONDAY: CLOSED
TUESDAY: 1 - 4 PM
WEDNESDAY: 1 - 4 PM
THURSDAY: 2 - 6 PM
FRIDAY: 1 - 4 PM
SATURDAY: 12 - 3 PM
SUNDAY: 12 - 3 PM

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