Wednesday, January 6, 2010

SAGA public notice

Serving San Pedro Town now for over 10 years, The Saga Humane Society continues to provide: · low cost or free spay/neutering
· low cost medicines and vaccines
· adoption and surrender services
· animal health services
· education programs
· response to abandoned animals and cruelty and neglect cases
· response to dog bite complaints
· neighborhood patrols for stray dogs
· cat trap program

Looking to adopt a new pet? Come see us! Take a visit to Fort Dog or the Kitty Kennel & take home a new family member. All animals available for adoption are spayed/neutered and have had their initial vaccinations.

Saga Humane Society is open Tuesday through Friday from 9am to 12pm & 1pm-4pm, and on Saturday from 9am to 12pm.

We do not turn anyone away who needs help for their animals based on their ability to pay.

The search for our new clinic vet continues! Availability of visiting and part time vets will be advertised. Over the counter medications (flea/tick/dewormers) and basic care are always available.

If you see or know of an animal in need, please call Saga Humane Society at 226-3266. We thank the public for its continued support.

Second burglary in less than a week at SPRCS

Last week The San Pedro Sun ran an article on a burglary that occurred at the San Pedro Roman Catholic School (SPRCS) in San Pedro Town. Well there is even more bad news; the school was the target of criminals again. Officials at the school discovered on Wednesday morning that two class rooms were broken into, books were torn apart and damaged, and the class rooms had been completely turned upside down. While the school’s officials are strongly pleading to the public to desist from vandalizing the school, they are also making a public call. Anyone who might have information about the culprit (s) involved in the school burglaries are asked to kindly get in contact with the school management or the San Pedro Police Department.

November 2007

Do you remember what San Pedro Town looked like back in 2007? Do you think that there have been many changes since then? Check out the video below - reminisce and look at our island the way it was.