IN THE DOGHOUSE KENNEL LOCK-IN
Do you know someone that deserves to be in the Doghouse?
Its that time again of the year where you get to throw your worst offending colleges, family, friends, or partners behind bars and raise money for the animals on Saturday the 16th of October 2021.
Our Adoption and Humane Educations allow for participants to safely social distance in their own designated kennel with a dog or shelter cat and help to highlight the importance of animal shelters. Each Jailbird is tasked with a single goal – to raise their adoption target and compete for the title of the Top Dog. “In the Dog House” fundraiser is crucial to our ongoing operation and to help us to rescue, care for and re-home the over one thousand of abandoned, abused and neglected dogs and cats that come into our care throughout the year.
Some of the jailbirds have already started fundraising. To view, our current jailbirds and to make a donation towards the event, click on the link below.
nominations now open!
boogie with the stars
Our Executive Director of the Prince George Humane Society,
Angela McLaren and her dance partner Julia Dillabough, a proud supporter of the organization, are competing in a dance competition to raise funds towards the animals' ongoing care at the Prince George Humane Society.
Boogie with the Stars is part of a fun filled,New Year’s Eve Dinner and Dance held at the Civic Centre in Prince George every two years. The evening is primarily one of music and dance for everybody, with an excellent dinner, great entertainment, together with a fundraiser for the University Hospital of Northern BC in coordination with Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation.
The competition segment of the evening is based on the model of the very successful TV show, “Dancing with the Stars” – we put a cast of local celebrities and people of notoriety together with local dance instructors for a dance competition like no other in Prince George. Each couple will perform a magnificent dance routine of their choice in front of the Civic Centre crowd.
Thank you to the Prince George Hospice Society for making this event possible.