Purdy's Chocolate Easter Fundraiser 2015

Purdy's Chocolate Easter Fundraiser 2015

Purdy's Chocolates is a local (Vancouver, BC) chocolate company that strongly supports community programs. Purchase Purdy's chocolates through Victoria Pet Adoption Society and 25% of all proceeds will be donated to help pets in need this Easter. To browse the Purdy's Easter catalogue or to place an order visit
https://www.purdysgpp.com/JoinAGroup.aspx?c=23996.

Once registered, you will be directed to the Victoria Pet Adoption Society Easter Fundraiser 2015 Group Home Page. From there you are able to:
Invite other members
Shop online
Pay for your orders

Foster Homes Needed for Rabbits

Foster Homes Needed for Rabbits

We are looking for foster homes for a family of bunnies. These two beautiful rabbits were abandoned when their family moved out of their rental home & left them behind. Days after being found in their outdoor cages, the momma rabbit gave birth to 6 babies. The babies were born mid-January so will need to stay with mom for about 7 more weeks so they will need a foster home all together. Once they are old enough they will be fixed and put up for adoption. The male rabbit could be fostered in the same house or separately.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Wishing you all a very Happy New Year & all the best for 2015!

Holiday Biscuit Wreaths Are Back!

Holiday Biscuit Wreaths Are Back!

Dog Biscuit Wreaths are here! Available in red, green, blue & gold. Hang one on your door, your wall, or over your fireplace. These wreaths are made with Milk Bones and are approx 14" in diameter. Only $20 each. Get yours before they're all gone! victoriapets@gmail.com for more details or to place your order.

Seasonal Pet Portraits

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December 5th & 6th, VPAS is teaming up with Larawan Photography to offer seasonal pet portraits with proceeds going to VPAS. This event is lots of fun & a great way to get professional, studio-style portraits of your pets; perfect to adorn your mantle, to insert into Christmas cards, or to decorate your fridge.

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