Last week’s Olas Altas Farmers Market was pretty slow but we want to send out a big hug and thanks to Sharon Trigg. She managed all by herself due to some scheduling conflicts with our volunteers. We really appreciated it! Now we are bracing for the upcoming Semana Santa crowds. Please be sure to stop by and say hello before the season ends. Last market day is Saturday, April 27. Wendy and I will be there wishing everyone a wonderful summer.
While there be sure and check out the merchandise we have available for a nominal donation. Thanks so much in advance for your purchases and donations. It is a win-win for everyone! When you make a purchase you are making a donation to our organization to ensure our continued success rescuing the abused and abandoned dogs here in Vallarta.
If you are interested in visiting any of our rescues at our state of the art sanctuary outside of town, contact us at email@example.com to schedule a tour. Tours leave from the Costco parking lot on Thursdays during low season and reservations are required.
We appreciate any donations you can bring for our rescues and if going to the sanctuary, please feel free to bring treats for the staff as they truly appreciate it. Those items we ALWAYS need include: collars, harnesses and leashes; toys and more toys! both stuffed and hard plastic (no soft plastic as they can chew off pieces and swallow); large towels; blankets; sweaters and coats; post-surgical cones (both the cone shaped and soft or inflatable donut ones). Our rescues are now fed a total raw diet so please refrain from bringing any dog food or treats.
The mission of SPCA de PV is to help fund and promote sterilization, adoption and healthcare efforts for companion animals in the Puerto Vallarta area, with the goal of eliminating the euthanasia of healthy and adoptable animals.
To make donations via PayPal, select the “Donate” option on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/spcapv or on our website at http://spcapv.com/donate/.
Get involved…rescue, adopt, foster, volunteer, donate or educate. You can learn more about the SPCA Puerto Vallarta by checking us out at www.spcapv.com/home or on Facebook.