What's new at SAS

Super star helps pets

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Country music star Miranda Lambert  donated to SAS, enabling us to pay it forward to  future adopters.


For three weeks in July, we were able to waive our adoption fees, resulting in a huge upsurge in adoptions during a normally slow time.  We are so grateful to the incredible generosity of Ms. Lambert's Mutt Nation Foundation. 

Getting married?

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Donations for your big day


If you have considered asking for donations for your big day, we'd love to make it easy for you!


We will create a custom page for you and your guests, so that friends and family can memorialize your big day with a tax deductible donation to benefit for our pets.  Contact  MaryannRegan@ScituateAnimalShelter.org for more info. 


Dine Out for Pets

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Tuesday August 20th, 2019


On August 20th  your restaurant meal can help homeless animals!


 Dine Out for Dogs & Cats is an annual  promotion with local restaurants who have supported SAS.  A canine ambassador (a formerly homeless dog) will greet diners at each restaurant.   Restaurants include Jakes in Hull, The Quarry in Hingham, and The Corner Stop Eatery in Cohasset.


Meet Pucho, shown above, at Jakes from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.

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Meet 'Miss Dog Mom'

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Meet Miss Dog Mom 2019


In May, Maria Ducasse was crowned Miss Dog Mom 2019 in the first annual dog mom pageant in New York City.    Mom to Bella, a greyhound mix found abandoned and starving  on the streets of New York, Ms. Ducasse  will be our guest at our annual Tails at Twilight Gala in November!

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Save the date

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November 2, 2019


Mark your calendar!

Our annual Tails at Twilight Gala will be held at the beautifully renovated River Club in Scituate.


Drinks, dinner, dancing, wonderful auction and raffle prizes.....plus some very special four legged guests. It's our most important fundraiser of the year and we hope you will join us.

Featured Pet

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Darla


Darla is a beautiful Maine Coon cat who was grumpy and difficult when she arrived. 


With time and patience, Darla has revealed her true personality:  a fun, funny cat who loves to play with toys.  She would prefer a quiet household as an only pet.  Darla is on special food and needs twice yearly steroid injections for rodent ulcers.

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