News & Events
Our Vaccination Clinic, in Pembroke, to benefit Mt. View Humane Spay/Neuter Clinic was a huge success. Over 70 pets were vaccinated for Rabies and several of the pets also received other vaccinations in addition to updating their Rabies. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make this event a success.
Here are our winners for our Facebook Photo Contest! Thank you to EVERYBODY that entered our contest, it was great seeing all the pictures! The results are based on which picture got the most likes on the FaceBook network.
1st place, with over 150 likes - Sohfie, a 1 year old, exotic shorthair cat (as a kitten). Owner: Kait
2nd place, with 113 likes - Anastasia, ...mixed breed, adopted from local shelter Christmas 2012. Owners: Kate & Rob
3rd place, with 67 likes - Jordie, a 3 year old Golden Retriever mix adopted from a local shelter. Owner: Victor
We have a Yard Sale usually on the first Saturday of every month to raise funds for our work. The next sales will be Nov. 1st & Dec. 6th. Rain or Shine. If you would like to donate an item, please call Christine, 540-626-7409. We also invite others to bring a table and set up for a donation of $10. The Yard Sale is located at 5502 Virginia Ave, Pembroke, VA 24136. (On Rt. 460E)
We have truckloads of donations, so come and check us out. Items include, furniture, estate items, video games, jewelry, household items, jeans of all sizes, baby items, books, artwork, home decor, antiques, etc. Sale runs from 8 am to 2 pm.
Donations may be dropped off the Friday night before a sale, from 6-8 pm or call and make arrangements. We need volunteers on Friday night before the sales also. We also need more volunteers to help us sort donated items and set up on the day of the sales.
Email any questions, email@example.com.
On May 16th, Giles Animal Rescue Volunteers and Tri-County Vet staff came together and transported homeless pets to a no-kill rescue in Summerduck, Virginia where they will be adopted and have a 2nd chance at a good life. 12 dogs and 3 cats were rescued.
Pictured is the Giles Animal Rescue van, loaded and ready to go on Friday morning. This van was recently donated to the volunteer group for use in transports. Giles Animal Rescue averages one trip a month to the Lost Dog and Cat Sanctuary in addition to other rescues that they also work with. Thank you to all the volunteers and supporters of Giles Animal Rescue.