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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"

We need help with Website maintenance and social media sites.  Call 530-755-2025 if you can help
Do you enjoy posting pictures on social media sites?  Do you like to write?  If you do, our dogs need you!  We are looking for someone to post pictures on our Facebook page and various other animal adoption sites.  These pictures and write-ups are essential for getting our furry friends adopted.  We are also seeking individuals who are interested in helping with our newsletter.  If you can spare a few hours a week, please speak with Theresa at our Thrift Shop, located at 855 Gray Avenue, in Yuba City.  We will work around your schedule and after you become familiar with the system, this could be done from home.  You can also call us at 530-755-2025
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Our kennels are now open
Tuesday - Saturday 12-6
585 Meyers Avenue
Gridley, CA 95948
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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, at Food Maxx or Savemart here in Yuba City or Marysville.  There is no cost to you.  Register online  and everytime you shop at Food Maxx or Savemart, have the Cashier enter your phone number at the time of your purchase and you will directly be helping our furry friends.  It's easy!  Just register today.

Please click here to register

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

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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.
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Summer Is Here! Is your pet ready?
The Weather is getting hot and we want to remind all pet owners to take care of your pets with the rising temperatures, so your dog can have a safe, happy Summer.

  • Heartworm Preventative:  As the weather warms, the potential for mosquitoes increases.  See your Veterinarian for tests and preventative medications right away.
  • Flea & Tick control:  Protect your pet from parasites that can spread disease.  Make sure your pet has the correct flea and tick preventative applied every month.
  • Limit Excercise on hot days.  Take care when exercising your pet. Adjust intensity and duration of exercise in accordance with the temperature. On very hot days, limit exercise to early morning or evening hours, and be especially careful with pets with white-colored ears, who are more susceptible to skin cancer, and short-nosed pets, who typically have difficulty breathing. Asphalt gets very hot and can burn your pet's paws, so walk your dog on the grass if possible. Always carry water with you to keep your dog from dehydrating.
  • Provide ample shade and water.  Any time your pet is outside, make sure he or she has protection from heat and sun and plenty of fresh, cold water.  In heat waves, add ice to water when posible.  A doghouse does not provide relief from heat, in fact, it makes it worse.
  • Never leave your pets in a parked car, not even for a minute, even with the car running and air conditioner on.  On a warm day, temperatures inside a vehicle can rise rapidly to dangerous levels.  On an 85-degree day, for example, the temperature inside a car with the windows opened slightly can reach 102 degrees within 10 minutes.  After 30 minutes,  temperature will reach 120 degrees.  Your pet may suffer irreversible damage and could possibly die. 
  • Watch for signs of heatstroke.  Extreme temperatures can cause heatstroke.  Some signs of heatstroke are heavy panting, glazed eyes, a rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing, excessive thrist, lethargy, fever, dizziness, lack of coordinations, profuse salivation, vomiting, a deep red or purple toungue, seizures, and unconsciousness.  Animals at particular risk are senior pets, overweight pets, pets with medical conditions and pets who are not use to excercise.  If you suspect your pet has heatstroke, ACT IMMEDIATELY!  Get your pet in the shade and apply cool towels to your pet (not cold towels.)  Get your pet to your Veterinarian immediately!

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. 
  1. Proper nutrition is essential for your pet's health.  Talk to your veterinarian about the special diet needs that you're pet may require.
  2. Your senior pet still needs exercise for their mental and physical health.  Just be sure not to overdo, short less strenuous walks are good.
  3. Keep your dog at a healthy weight.  Ask your Veterinarian to recommend the proper amount of food for your senior pet's weight maintenance.
  4. 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. 

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. The cost to provide care for just one dog can be anywhere between $150.00-$500.00, and depending upon the particular 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. 

A common question among adopters is why do we have adoption fees?  Shouldn't the dogs be free or at least 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:
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