Payson Humane Society is staffed 365 days a year to care for lost, abandoned and abused animals. We stay ready and willing to help the animals in any way we can. If they get lost, we help you find them. If you have questions, our staff works with you to answer them. Our volunteers happily walk our dogs and groom our cats. There is no end to the amount of work that needs to be done to help homeless and displaced animals.
Please visit the Payson Humane Society when you are looking for an adoptable pet. There are so many wonderful animals in the shelter on any day you visit, and these animals deserve a second chance.
The following adoptable pets have rabies shots and vaccinations and have been spayed or neutered to ensure they will not contribute to pet overpopulation. Meet them at the Payson Humane Society animal shelter, 812 S. McLane Road, or call 474-5590.
Nugget is a frisky 4-month-old spayed female Golden Retriever mix puppy. She has a soft, fluffy butterscotch-colored coat with some white markings on her paws. She has a very upbeat personality -- happiness is her game. She loves other dogs and children and likes to be in the thick of things. We think she is a smart little girl who will take well to training and become a model dog. Nugget will make a great family dog.
To view Nugget and other adoptable pets, visit, www.paysonhumanesociety.com.
Payson Humane Society news
The Mounted Shooters of America are holding a mounted shooting match at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 27 and 28 at the Payson Event Center.
Watch expert shooters as they exhibit their skill at hitting targets from horseback. Visit with the contestants at the Budweiser stand after the event.
The price of admission is a donation to the Payson Humane Society, or canned pet food. A portion of the beer proceeds will go to the Payson Humane Society.
For more information, call (602) 283-3256.
Low-cost spay/neuter clinic
Low-cost spay/neuter surgeries will be available through the Arizona Humane Society's mobile clinic June 6-8 in the Bashas' parking lot.
Spay/neuter surgeries will be on a first come, first served basis. Surgery check-in will begin by 7 a.m. Space is limited; please arrive early.
Surgery fees are $25 for male cats, $40 for female cats, $45-$75 for male dogs, and $55-$85 for female dogs.
For surgery requirements and more information, call the Payson Humane Society at 474-5590.