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Sunday: Lead the Pack to Dog Day Afternoon – Presented by Hawaii Island Humane Society

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WHEN: This Sunday, November 15, 2009 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.

WHERE: Hilo Hawaiian Hotel 71 Banyan Drive

HOW: Tickets $45 – available at all HIHS Island Shelters or by calling 329-8002 or 966-5458

WHAT: Includes heavy pupus, beer, wine, local-style live & silent auctions, live entertainment and same-day adoptions.
There will be live entertainment by Sugah Daddy & friends, live and silent auctions, delicious pupus, beer and wine and of course – animals from the Keaau Shelter available for adoptions.

WHY: Proceeds from this worthwhile event help the Hawaii Island Humane Society achieve its mission to promote respect for all animals, prevent cruelty to animals, eliminate pet overpopulation, and enhance the relationship between humans and animals.

Visit www.HIHS.org to learn more.

Hawaii Horse Expo 2009 Raises More Than $12K for Horse Rescue Fund

Media Release:

Hawaii Island Humane Society announced recently that the annual HIHS Hawaii Horse Expo 2009 raised more than $12,000 for the Society’s Horse Rescue Fund.

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The funds are used by Hawaii Island Humane Society for feed, veterinarian care, and the improvement of equine holding facilities on Hawaii Island .

“We thank everyone who attended and supported this endeavor, especially our generous sponsors and vendors,” said event organizer Nancy Jones.  “Parker Ranch, Waimea Instant Printing, and Malama Lio deserve special recognition for their multiple contributions over the span of several months.”

Plans are already in the works for Hawaii Horse Expo 2010 and an exciting new line-up of clinicians. Buzz from this year’s event, according to Jones, has resulted in early inquiries from renowned clinicians Chris Cox, Al Dunning, Tommy Garland and Bruce Logan.

“We appreciate the passionate efforts of Nancy and so many others who volunteered their time and talent to help make this year’s Expo a success,” remarked HIHS Executive Director Donna Whitaker.

During the event held August 14-16 in Kona and Waimea, participants were offered opportunities for learning via the intimate exchange of ideas relating to equine care and training.

The Hawaii Island Humane Society’s Horse Rescue Fund was established last year to help abused and abandoned horses on the island.  For more information visit www.HawaiiHorseExpo.com or www.HIHS.org.

About the Hawaii Island Humane Society:
The mission of the Hawaii Island Humane Society is to promote respect for all animals, prevent cruelty to animals, eliminate pet overpopulation, and enhance the relationship between humans and animals. HIHS holds a contract with the County of Hawaii to enforce certain animal-related laws and it offers 24-hour service for injured animals and other animal emergencies, humane education classes, low-cost spay and neuter services, lost and found assistance, microchipping and more. Learn more at HIHS.org or call 329-1175.