Have you tried on your Summer wardrobe and it is too snug or maybe even too big? If so, Consider donating your clothing to the Thrift Shop. We need new and very gently used winter clothing as well as purses and shoes. Your closet cleaning could make a difference in the life of a pet. We accept donations Tuesday - Saturday from 10am - 4:30pm. We appreciate your donations and we will provide you a tax deductible receipt.
"Dedicated To Placing Unwanted Dogs In Loving Homes"
Looking for that special connection? Come to our Shelter. We are located at 585 Meyers Avenue in Gridley.
Call us to find out what dogs are available. 530-695-3814.
Our hours are Tuesday -Saturday 12-6 There will be lots of furry friends available for adoption.
Are you looking for a companion, a loyal friend to the end?
These wonderful dogs are ready to find their forever homes.
Let us help you find your Furry love connection.
They are spayed and neutered, vaccinated.
Even if you don't adopt, stop by and visit
and find out about the many volunteer opportunities available.
For more information, call 530-695-3814
The Thrift Shop
NEW SHELTER HOURS!
Our kennels are now open
Tuesday - Saturday 12-6
585 Meyers Avenue
Gridley, CA 95948
Your Grocery Shopping Directly Benefits
S.H.A.R.E.S. stands for Supporting Humanities, Arts, Recreation, Education & Sports in our community. The S.H.A.R.E.S. card program is an easy and efficient way to fund-raise.
Sutter Buttes Canine Rescue will receive the benefits of a quarterly check for your SHARE qualified purchases. These SHARE cards can be used at Food Maxx or Savemart here in Yuba City or Marysville. There is no cost to you. Pick up your card at our Thrift Shop, located at 855 Gray Avenue. Everytime you shop at Food Maxx or Savemart, have the Cashier slide your SHARE card at the time of your purchase and you will directly be helping our furry friends. It's easy! Just pick up a card and start using it today. If you have any questions, please stop by our Thrift Shop or call 530-755-2025 for more information. Thank you for your continued support
We are currently recruiting volunteers for the Adoption Sites as well as the Thrift Shop. We are seeking committed, compasionate volunteers who want to make a difference in the life of a homeless pet. For the Thrift Shop we need Cashiers, donation sorters, merchandise coordinators as well as other various duties. Requirements are that you can lift at least 10 lbs and posess good customer service skills. The shifts are approximately three hours long. As for the adoption Sites, we need handlers for the dogs and volunteers with strong communication skills. The shifts are approximately 3 hours long. If you would like more information, please stop by the Thrift Shop at 855 Gray Avenue in Yuba City or you can call 530-755-2025. Volunteers make a difference and we need your help to continue our mission of placing unwanted dogs into loving homes.
Be aware of increased bee population. If your pet gets stung and there is significant swelling, contact your Veterinarian.
With the greener grass, your pet may be chomping on the grass. Grass chomping is normal and your pet may be soothing an upset stomach by doing so. If your pet eats large amount of grass continuously, you may want to talk to your Veterinarian.
With the addition of more plants, be sure they are not the type that could be poisonous to your pet. For a complete list of poisonous plants, go to aspca.org
If you plan on doing spring cleaning in your home, be cautious of chemicals. They can be deadly to your pet. If possible, keep pet outside while cleaning and plan to open a door or window to air your home out.
Lawn and garden fertilizers can be harmful to your pet. Please read the warning on the product and be sure your pet is not exposed to any harmful fertilizers.
With the warmer weather insect population is increased. Be sure your pet is on flea control and heartworm preventative.
With increased outdoor activity, your pet may wander from your home. Be sure your contact information is current and on your pets collar. Micro chipping your pet is recommended.
CARING FOR YOU SENIOR DOG
It is difficult to come to terms with the fact that your pet is aging. It is also important to recognize the signs of aging and to ensure your dogs quality of life doesn't change. Here are some helpful tips for you and your senior pet.
Proper nutrition is essential for your pet's health. Talk to your veterinarian about the special diet needs that you're pet may require.
Your senior pet still needs exercise for their mental and physical health. Just be sure not to overdo, short less strenuous walks are good.
Keep your dog at a healthy weight. Ask your Veterinarian to recommend the proper amount of food for your senior pet's weight maintenance.
Don't ignore your senior pet's dental care. Tarter can build up, causing gingivitis, which can allow bacteria into the blood stream. You can brush your pet's teeth at home and provide gum care, but talk to your Veterinarian regarding your pet's dental health during your next visit.
Dog adoptions at the Thrift Shop
855 Gray Avenue, Yuba City 11-2
Why Do We Have Adoption Fees?
Spaying and neutering
Vaccinations, including Distemper, Kennel Cough, Parvo, and Rabies and De-wormer.
Food and Shelter. This includes providing shelter, blankets, dog houses, food, with some dogs requiring special food for special diets. Also, we provide toys and treats.
Flea control, grooming supplies, and bathing.
Medical Care and Medications, which can be quite costly to the Rescue. We frequently use eye medications, ear medications, skin medications, intestinal medications and also we provide x-rays when needed and any emergency or any other needed medical attention when necessary.
A common question among adopters is why do we have adoption fees? Shouldn't the dogs be free or at least really discounted because they are rescue dogs? When you adopt a dog from our Shelter, your fees are helping with the continious costs involved in the care of the dog. These costs typically include, but are not limited to:
The cost to provide care for just one dog can be anywhere between $150.00-$500.00 and depending upon the partiuclar situation, possibly more. this of course does not include costs involved in maintaining the rescue, maintenance and other day to day operational costs. Please remember, we do not receive Federal or State Funding. The adoption fees we charge allow us to to continue to care for these animals.