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Think of this as an information hub just for you… our AMAZING volunteers. Posts are in chronological order, newest to oldest.


 

Featured Volunteers – B&T Screen Team and B Team

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
The Screen Team: Led by Gordon Earl Robinson, this intrepid group of seven Dog Pet Pals ensures that the Stray, Owner Surrender and Humane Case dogs hit the ground running as soon as they legally belong to Marin Humane. This team works seven days a week to ensure that each dog is visited, walked and …

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Baseball and Dogs and Vodka?

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
The San Rafael Pacifics Baseball team is our local professional team. They are a great part of our community and are hosting a very special night in support of Marin Humane. The staff at the Pacifics learned about Tito’s special Vodka for Dog People program that supports shelters and other rescues across the country. The …

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Volunteer High Fives – June & July 2018

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteer High Five, Volunteers
High Five to Kasey Rhinehart! Kacey comes in on her own time to video our long term animals so that we can feature them on social media and get them some additional exposure. The videos that she creates are truly special. Kacey has an amazing talent to find just the right footage – just the …

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Can you really bring a peacock on a plane?

Categories: Other, Volunteers
“Peacocks on planes. Guide dogs in diners. Therapy horses at hospitals. Animals that assist people in public have been making news lately – and making airlines, federal regulators, and lawmakers take notice. But behind all the hubbub about critters flying free in coach is ample confusion about what roles these animals serve, where they’re allowed, …

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Leaving dogs in a hot car is cruel and dangerous

Categories: Blog, Other, Volunteers
It’s 9 a.m. and already 80 degrees; we’re in for a scorcher today. Like any other day, the phone calls begin to come in to Marin Humane for various issues related to animals. I brace myself for the number of calls we’ll get from people reporting dogs left in hot cars. It’s noon and 95 …

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