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Join us now in planning this amazing week for Alabama's animals! Please join the Facebook community and let's twitter together for Alabama animals. The 9th Alabama Week for the Animals kicks off July 2018. Tell your friends and family so we all can start planning for the celebration! See how other states have celebrated their Animal World USA Check the Calendar of Events page for details on events that are taking place across Alabama during this amazing Alabama Week for the Animals.
Throughout the week, shelters, rescue groups, and humane organizations across the state will be hosting other wonderful animal-related special events. Educators, students, businesses and caring citizens across Alabama will be joining in as well, planning activities to celebrate and help animals. Events will include adoption fairs, low cost spay & neuter awareness events, shelter days, R.
E.A.D. dog programs in libraries, fundraisers for Alabama orgs, activities for farm animals and therapy dogs visiting hospitals/living assisted homes. Also to be included are a salute to our K9 military and police dogs, cat initiatives, special programs, blessings for the animals, and fun-filled festival days for families to come and enjoy food, music and the amazing animals! Become Involved! Events are still being planned now, and we need animal lovers everywhere in Alabama to join in so they can participate! See the page "Become Involved" on this website for lots of great ideas and suggestions.
lease note we will be adding events and activities even through the exciting Alabama Week for the Animals. Join Together With: Animal World USA A New Leash on Life, Inc. Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 489-7387 ADAR Rescue - Tuscaloosa Adopt-A-Pet Save A Life Alabama Animal Adoption Society Birmingham, AL 35209 (205) 871-6351 Alabama Animal Adoption Society - Homewood Alabama Animal Alliance Montgomery, AL 36109 (334) 239-7387 Animal Rescue Foundation Theodore, AL 36582 (251) 586-5534 Alabama EARS Birmingham, AL Alabama Pet Registry Alabama Reptile Rescue Sanctuary Alabama Small Dog Rescue - Gadsden Alabama Spay & Neuter Clinic Irondale, AL 35210 (205) 956-0012 Alabama Wildlife Center 100 Terrace Dr, Pelham, AL 35124 (205) 663-7930 All God's Creatures Pet Sitting Services, Montgomery.
.. Andalusia Animal Shelter Andalusia Area Humane Society Andalusia, AL 36420 (334) 582-2665 Animal Rescue Foundation Animal Rights Support Group-Dothan Atty Founder Ben Irwin Animal Shelter of Pell City, Inc Anniston Animal Control Anniston, AL (256) 238-1800 Arab Animal Shelter Athens Limestone County Animal Shelter Athens, AL 3561 (256) 771-7889 Australian Shepherd Rescue of Alabama BAARC - Animal Adoption & Rescue Center Birmingham, AL 35222 (205) 591-1049 Baldwin County Humane Society (BARC!) Bama Bully Rescue, Inc Birmingham, AL 35201 B.
A.R.K. Bassett Hound Rescue of Alabama Northport, AL 35476 Best Friends Matchmaking Service Big Hearts and Wet Noses Animal Rescue - Birmingham BJC Animal Control Services Blount County Animal Shelter, Inc. Locust Fork, AL 205.647.8340 Boykin Spaniel Rescue 1-877-523-3647 Bruster's Real Ice Cream- For You and your Dog, Montgomery w/ 2 locations Calhoun County Humane Society/Shelter CAAWA Cullman Area Animal Welfare Association256-636-4627 Carriage Hills Animal Hospital & Pet Resort, Montgomery Central Alabama Animal Shelter Challenger's House Toney, AL 35773 (256) 420-5995 Chattahoochee Humane Society Bypass, Valley, AL 36854 Phone: (334) 756-9377 Cherokee Humane Society, Inc.
Cedar Bluff, AL 56) 779-7159 Chilton County Humane Society Clanton, AL 35045 (205) 755-9170 Clay County Humane Society Ashland, Alabama, AL 36251 56) 354-1453 Colbert County Animal Shelter Tuscumbia, AL 35674 (256) 381-4073 Copeland's Pet Motel & Grooming, Mobile Cross My Heart Dog Rescue Crossing Paths Animal Rescue Cullman County Animal Shelter Cullman, AL 35055 (256) 734-5448 Cullman County Animal Control & Shelter - Cullman Daphne Animal Shelter Daphne, AL 36526 (251) 621-2831 Dekalb County Animal Adoption Center Fort Payne, AL (256) 304-0474 Dixie Dachshund Rescue Inc.
Dog Days of Birmingham (205) 458-9364 Dogs Deserve Better Alabama Dotham Animal Shelter Dothan, AL (334) 615-4620 Dusty Trails Horse Rescue Inc. Montgomery, Alabama, AL 36125 (3 34) 284-2122 Fairhope Animal Shelter 555 South Section Street Fairhope (251) 929-0354 Fairy Dogmother Rescue, Inc. Fetch Pet Care Florence Lauderdale Animal Control/Shelter Florence, AL (256) 760-6676 FoCAS 4 Paws At A Time Rescue For Cats Sake Forgotten Felines Inc.
Huntsville, AL. Free State Four Paws, Inc., Haleyville, AL Friends of Cats and Dogs Friends of the Mobile Animal Shelter Friends of Rescue Huntsville, AL 35815 German Shepherd Rescue of Central Alabama Pike Rd, AL 36064 email@example.com Goodwin Animal Hospital, Montgomery Great Dane Rescue Inc. Greater Birmingham Humane Society-Snow Dr, Birmingham, AL 35209 (205) 942-1211 Greater Huntsville Humane Society Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 881-8081 Gryphon Press Hale County Humane Society Hand In Paw, Helping People Heal Happy PAWS Haven, Inc.
Arab, AL 35016. (256) 653-1674 Happy Tails Rescue HART2HART Humane Animal Rescue Team - Baileyton Heart Of Dixie Bassett Rescue Montgomery, AL 36124 334-240-1000 Helping Shepherds of Every Color Hidden Hollow Pony and Pack Animal Rescue Humane Society of West Alabama - Tuscaloosa Northport, AL 35473 (205) 554-0011 Humane Society Animal Resources of Dekalb Humane Society of Elmore County Wetumpka, AL 36092 (334) 567-3377 Humane Society of Etowah County - Gadsden, AL (256) 442-1347 Humane Society of Lincoln County 931-433-3726 Humane Society of Shelby County - Columbiana/Helena (205) 669-3916 Humane Society of West Alabama (205) 554-0011 Huntsville Animal Services Huntsville, AL (256) 883-3782 Huntsville Friends of Rabbits Huntsville, AL I-Rescue I.
R.A German Shepherd/ small breed rescue Jackson County SPCA Pisgah, AL 35765. Phone: 256-451-8401. J & L Golden Retreiver Rescue Kayleigh's Haven Lake Martin Humane Society Alexander City, AL 35010 (256) 234-5533 Last Chance Dog Rescue Alabama Alabaster, AL 35007 League for Animal Welfare Anniston, AL 36201 (256) 238-0380 Little Bits Rescue & Adoption Birmingham, AL, USA, 35209 Lost Mittens Animal Rescue Montevallo, AL Lost Without You Animal Rescue Love & Care for God's Animals Macon County Humane Society Tuskegee, AL 36083 (334) 740-3636 Maddies Adoption Room Madison Animal Rescue Foundation Madison, AL 35758 Marion Winston Humane Guin, Alabama, AL 35563 ( 205) 487-2581 Metro Animal Shelter - Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 Marion Winston County Humane Society Lamar County, AL Mobile Animal Shelter Mobile, AL (251) 208-2800 Mobile SPCA - Mobile, AL (251) 633-3531 Monroe County Animal Shelter Monroeville, AL 36460 (251) 575-3427 Montgomery Humane Society - Montgomery, AL 36110 North Alabama Keeshond Rescue Arab (256) 586-6780 North Shelby Library system Parrots-R-4Ever Avian Rescue & Sanctuary Paws4Change Huntsville, Alabama PAWS- Pets Are Worth Saving Florence, AL Peace Love & Dog Paws Rescue, Inc.
Pets and People: Companions in Therapy & Service Rags to Riches Animal Rescue Lyles , TN 37098 Randolph County Animal Shelter - Wedowee, AL (256) 357-0101 Rescued Pekes across Alabama 954-610-1844 Rhondas Rescue Joppa, AL Sampson's Sanctuary Inc.in Beautiful North Central Alabama. Sanctuary Animal Rescue Alabaster, AL 35007 Saving Animals From Euthanasia (S.A.F.E.) Saving Paws Florence, AL 35630 (256) 383-0690 Schnauzer Love Rescue Inc.
Hueytown, AL 35023 firstname.lastname@example.org Serendipity Rottweiler Rescue Huntsville, AL 35802 (256) 881-0664 Shelby County Humane - Columbiana/Helena - Columbiana/Helena (334) 409-0622 Siberian Star Sanctuary Vincent, Alabama (205) 515-7670 SNAP, Spay Neuter Action Project, Madison County, AL 256-539-8163. So. Shih Tzu & Toy Breed Rescue Spay Neuter Action Project 2nd Chance Animal Sanctuary Boaz, AL 35957 (256) 561-2411 Shelby County Humane Society Columbiana, AL 35051 (205) 669-3916 Singing River Horse Rescue Florence, AL 35630 256-415-7701 SOS Beagle Rescue Birmingham, AL 35266 South Alabama Animal Society - Mobile Southside-Rainbow City Pet Adoption Center - Rainbow City TAG, That Animal Group Talladega Humane Society Talladega, AL 35160 (256) 362-5856 The ARC No Kill Shelter Huntsville, AL : 256-851-4088 The Emergency Animal and Rescue Service (T.
E.A.R.S) - Birmingham The Gryphon Press Therapy Partners, Inc. Tigers for Tomorrow Rescue and Sanctuary Attalla, AL 35954 (256) 524-4150 Today's Treasures Rescue and Adoption - Montevallo T Town PAWS Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 Two by Two Rescue Helena, AL Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 752-9101 Two By Two Rescue - Helena Walker County Humane Society Jasper, AL 35501 (205) 388-8595 West Alabama Animal Rescue Wiregrass Humane Society Dothan, AL 36303 (334) 792-6693 Zilla's Fuzzy Friends Ferret Shelter Rescue Birmingham Mount Olive, AL 205-585-4171See Also: Animal Hospital Coral Springs
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The McNab: Breed DescriptionThe primary quality that these dogs are bred for is their herding ability; they are well known as cattle herders, but can herd other animals, such as horses, sheep, and llamas. McNabs are well-mannered dogs, hard-working, good personal hygiene, and friendly with small domestic animals such as cats and chickens, but they require extensive grounds in which to run and are happiest with a job to do.
The McNab can also be an excellent deer and boar hunting dog. The McNab is also less ‘high strung’ or obsessive than the Border Collie. They were bred to have more “backbone” than the original Border Collie. It is common for a McNab to bark while they herd. They should exercise physically but also mentally by learning new activities or ‘tricks’ and being allowed to explore and learn new environments.
This breed is sociable with other dogs and humans. They are obedient, protective and friendly. Photos Hanging Tree Cow Dog DescriptionA composite breeding of several dogs gives the Hangin’ Tree cowdog the genetic makeup to be a superior dog for cattle work. From the Catahoula Leopard Dog, top hunting instincts, tenacity, and a natural trailing ability are gained. From the Border Collie, intelligence, trainability, and gathering and herding skills are gained.
From the Australian Kelpie, agility, hardiness, and endurance are gained. The careful breeding of those three dogs has produced the Hangin’ Tree Cowdog, a medium-sized dog bred specifically for working cattle. Photos Great Stories! Email us for more information: TheDogLiberator@gmail.com Share this: Like this: Like Loading…