* LOST & FOUND DATABASE OF PETS IN PUTNAM COUNTY *
The Putnam County Lost & Found Database (run by the HSNF) can be viewed at http://animalservices2000.org/content/node/317
JOIN THE VOLUNTEER TEAM FOR PUTNAM COUNTY PET-FRIENDLY EVACUATION SHELTERS
The Pet-Friendly Evacuation Shelter Team is in need of volunteers to care for pets on-site while their owners are housed in Red Cross emergency shelters. Activation of Pet-Friendly Shelters is through the Putnam County Emergency Operations Center. To find out more go to http://animalservices2000.org/content/node/40 or call Theresa A. Jennings at (352) 481-5333.
Theresa A. Jennings
Putnam Co. ESF-17, Emergency Animal Support
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Karl's Kids Program is looking forward to welcoming a new mascot for KsKs and member of the Jenning's family sometime in 2014.
Kaleb will be joining us from the Wildhaus Kennels located in Michigan. The Wildhaus Kennels is a small hobby kennel well known for breeding German Shepherd Dogs from strong, proven European working bloodlines. All of their breeding dogs possess working titles, hip/elbow certifications, and are thoroughly screened and tested for health and temperament.
Wildhaus German Shepherds are currently working and training in schutzhund/IPO, herding, law enforcement, search and rescue, farm work, competitive agility, obedience and tracking, and are serving as loyal family companions and protectors across the country.
More information on Kaleb will be given in 2014.
Two staff members of Humane Animal Education & Services (HAES) will be attending the August Conversational Leash Work & Dogmanship Through Feel Seminar given by Tyler Muto in Gainesville.
Staff Members attending are:
Victoria Warfel, Division Vice Chair for HAES and
Theresa A. Jennings, Executive Director for HAES
Tyler Muto two day seminar in Gainesville.
Conversational Leash Work & Dogmanship Through Feel Seminar
August 10 and 11
9am to 5pm
Registration info can be viewed on Facebook at
Conversational Leash Work ™ teaches handlers to use the leash in a non-confrontational way to instruct the dog via mutual cooperation. Tyler will show participants how to use the leash to speak as well as to listen, thus creating a “conversation” through direct feel. Tyler will break down beginner, intermediate, and advanced leash work exercises that will help handlers bring their training and relationship with their dogs to a whole new level.
Seminar will be held at the Dream Dogz Training Center in Gainesville.
Tyler will also be available for private sessions while he is in town, on Friday after 1 pm & Monday until about noon.
A 2-hour session is $200.
Karl's Kids Program, Inc. (KsKs) meetings will be held at the Interlachen Public Library located at 133 North County Road 315.
Dates and Times to be announced. First meeting expected to be in September.
At the KsKs meetings will be progress reports and announcements of new items for KsKs Project and Activities including:
Humane Animal Education & Services (HAES)
Assistance Dog Advocacy Project (ADAP)
Karl's Elementary Education, Pre-K through Grade 5 Project
Karl's Food & Product Disbursement Project
Information and training schedules will also be given for the Putnam County Emergency Animal Support Volunteers.
Meetings will be open to the Public.
Humane Animal Education & Services is a division of Karl's Kids Program, Inc. (KsKs)
Information and news about the animals in Putnam and Alachua Counties (FL).
Companion Pets, Working Animals, Equines, Livestock, and Wildlife
Division Chair: Kristina "Kristi" Adams, Member of KsKs Board of Directors
Executive Director: Theresa A. Jennings, Member of KsKs Board of Directors
Division Vice Chair: Victoria Warfel, Member of KsKs Board of Directors
Karen Hall (Lead), Member of KsKs Board of Directors
Larry Eames, Member of KsKs Board of Directors
Tandra Eames, Member of KsKs Board of Directors
*Promotes the humane treatment of all animals through education.
*Promotes rescuing and adopting pets from shelters by highlighting available animals from local shelters.
*Promotes the buying of companion or working animals from reputable and humane breeders only.
*Promotes the safety of area animals from family emergencies to county disasters.
*Promotes the humane training of all family companions.
*Promotes education and the humane care of equines, livestock, and wildlife.
*HAES also assists various area animal welfare organization in their fundraising activities and fulfilling of their organizational missions.
Animal Services 2000 (AS2000) is a community service website of HAES.
(c) Humane Animal Education & Services, Inc.
AS2000 works with local shelters and rescues, animal organizations, animal owners and lovers in Putnam and Alachua Counties (Florida) and surrounding areas.
HAES Facebook Page:
C/O Karl's Kids Program, Inc.
P.O. Box 1989
Interlachen, FL 32148
Donations for HAES must be made payable to Karl's Kids Program, Inc.
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Are you interested in becoming a part of Putnam County Emergency Animal Support and volunteering to work in a Putnam Co. Pet-Friendly Evacuation Shelter (PFS)? If so complete an application and return it to the address listed. Upon approval of application, candidates will meet with Theresa A. Jennings, the Putnam County PFS Coordinator, for a follow-up interview. All needed training will be scheduled.