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Blair is looking for her forever home

Blair is looking for her forever home

This beautiful baby is Blair, and she's a, um, well.....I haven't got a clue! She's listed as a shepherd mix, but I'm not seeing it. No matter what she is, she's a pretty girl with a lot of personality. She's about 40 lbs with a compact stocky body made for playing. We open every day at 11am so come by and meet her She's about three years old.

Humane Society of Pulaski County

14600 Colonel Glenn Rd,
Little Rock, AR 72210

(501) 227-6166

Autumn needs a forever home

Autumn needs a forever home

Autumn, a 9 month-old Jack Russell/Beagle mix would love a home of her own before the new year. As you can see, she's a happy, playful girl and she loves people and other dogs. She had a great time in the dog park yesterday. She's VERY active and would do best in a home without valuable heirlooms! She has the typical Jack Russell energy which includes jumping in the air and using your legs as a spring board. Come by the shelter and meet this sweet girl!

 

We open every day from 11-5, and you can find us at 14600 Colonel Glenn Road in Little Rock

501 227 6166

Little Rock family in search for lost pet

Little Rock family in search for lost pet

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – One Little Rock family is looking for their lost pet.

Tiffany Ellen said she is missing her shepherd mix, which was last seen on Jan. 4. Ellen said her pet weighs around 60 lbs. and is mostly black with a brown face and “eyeliner” around her eyes. In addition, she was fur that looks like a Mohawk on the back of her neck; she also has a chain collar and tags.

Ellen added that the dog is very friendly, but a little timid toward strangers.

No name was given.

If you have seen her or know where she might be, please call (501) 888-6824.

Planet Dog Foundation donates $4,520 grant to Little Rock based association

WESTBROOK, Maine (PDF)The Planet Dog Foundation (PDF), Planet Dog’s non-profit grant-making organization, has given a $4,520 grant to the American Scent Dog Association, a non-profit canine service organization based in Little Rock, AR. The grant is one of eleven new grants that PDF has awarded this month to canine service organizations in ten states.

7th Annual Little Rock Film Festival Showing Both Sides of River

7th Annual Little Rock Film Festival Showing Both Sides of River

Don't miss the 7th Annual Little Rock Film Festival May 15 - May 19! See award winning films and filmmakers from around the globe right here in walkable Little Rock/North Little Rock. For more information on the film festival or to purchase passes, visit LittleRockFilmFestival.org

Stocking and Shocking the Rock

Stocking and Shocking the Rock

Friday, April 12, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
MacArthur Park Pond Pavilion, Little Rock
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will stock 500 big catfish to kick-off the summer catfish stocking program in city park ponds.

• Enjoy a fried catfish lunch with all the trimmings.
• Sample walleye, bream, bass and crappie recipes.
• Interview AGFC Fisheries biologists.
• Help stock the pond with catfish.
• Ride on the AGFC shocking boat used in fish research.
• Find out where all the good fishing places are in The Natural State.

Call Steve “Wild Man” Wilson, 501-351-6596 for more.

This Week in Argenta

This Week in Argenta

Now - March 16: "For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights" at Laman Library, Main Branch. Through a compelling mix of photographs, television clips, and other historic artifacts, For All the World to See traces how images disseminated in popular magazines like LIFE, JET, and EBONY, and real-time events brought into homes via television coverage helped transform public opinion about racism and racial justice in America.