They Came, They Wagged, They Walked for Animals 2022!
by Natalie Griffin | September 30th, 2022 | 10:40 am
After two years of pandemic virtual events, Walk for Animals returned in person for 2022. We weren’t sure what to expect, given the circumstances – besides some lingering covid-anxiety, we also had to contend with some new challenges this year. The Oxbow River Stage had taken over the east side of Oxbow Commons, with eventKeep Reading
Why Is It So Hard to See a Vet These Days?
by Wendi Piscia | September 29th, 2022 | 8:50 am
You’re not alone if getting your furry loved ones in to see a vet has gotten a lot harder the last few years. Schedules seem to be booked solid for weeks in advance – and many offices aren’t even taking new patients. What’s happening here? Is it bad practice management? Something in the supply chain?Keep Reading
2022 Pet Photo Contest and 2023 Calendar
by Natalie Griffin | September 28th, 2022 | 6:18 pm
Does your pet have what it takes to make our 2023 calendar cover? Enter Napa Humane’s 2022 Pet Photo Contest to find out! It’s easy to participate! Submit a favorite photo of your beautiful bunny, cute canine, or fabulous feline into our pet photo contest here. Then, encourage your family and friends to support localKeep Reading
More Ways to Give
by Sabrina Robinson | November 19th, 2021 | 12:14 pm
There are so many ways to support pets in our community outside of a monetary donation. Explore some other ways to support Napa Humane’s life-saving programs and services for our local pets and their people through our “Shop to Support” partners below. Whatever you donate or purchase on our behalf, we appreciate your support!Keep Reading
Volunteer Spotlight: Monica Mora
by Wendi Piscia | June 20th, 2018 | 11:41 am
Photo credit: (cropped from original version): Urban Vision Studios We first met Monica when she volunteered for our wellness clinics. We’re so grateful this Vintage High senior chose Napa Humane as her capstone project this spring! (Spoiler alert: she got an A!) Monica’s Story: I was very nervous about my senior capstone project, because itKeep Reading