Through kindness and generosity of these great companies, Aggieland Humane Society has been awarded
grants to help complete our mission of helping the homeless pets in Bryan/College Station, Texas.
Thanks to ASPCA giving Aggieland Humane Society a $2,500 grant, Aggieland Humane Society is able to grow our Adoption Ambassador Program. Experienced foster parents will be able to work with potential adopters directly to help their foster cat or dog get into a home without ever having to come back to the shelter. We are so thankful for ASPCA’s generosity and we look forward to all that our Adoption Ambassador Program has to offer.
Aggieland Humane Society has been awarded a Texas Animal Friendly Grant totaling $15,470! By purchasing an Animal Friendly License Plate, residents have enabled AgHS to create the “Aggieland Sterilization Campaign” for spaying and neutering Pit Bulls and Chows in five counties; Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Madison, and Robertson. Veterinarians will perform subsidized spay/neuter surgeries for Pit Bulls and Chows.
Spaying and neutering your pet is an important part of being a responsible pet owner. Unwanted litters create unnecessary stress on the pet, pet owner, and shelter. Our hope is that the “Aggieland Sterilization Campaign” will reduce the number of Pit Bulls and Chows in animal shelters in our region and promote spay/neuter education