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Christmas Wish List

Christmas Wish List

November 12, 2014
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What’s Happening At NCCR!

November 1, 2014

Hello everyone and happy November to you! The shelter has been busy lately; we had 3 litters of puppies arrive within days of each other last month; 2 of them weren’t expected so we had to scramble to handle them all.  Xena and her “H” pups were one of the unexpected arrivals.  She was basically […]

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Our thanks..

Our thanks..

October 4, 2014

..to Bob Evans who recently donated 15% of their September 26th sales (from all who presented the Bob Evans Flyer when they dined at the Vineyard Drive restaurant) to NCCR. Thank you also to all who dined out that day! We could not care for the number of dogs that we do each year without […]

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Pancake Breakfast Success!

Pancake Breakfast Success!

September 11, 2014

Our thanks to all the attendees and donators; Westfield Methodist Church, Welch’s, Tom & Georgie Timmerman, Arkwright Printing, Kimberly Smith, Dennis & Sandy Lutes and all of the volunteers who lent a hand! Mark your calendars for a delicious spaghetti dinner fundraiser to be held on November 8th.  Details will be posted soon.

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Shop Amazon Smile!

September 9, 2014

You can shop AND help support homeless dogs- Northern Chautauqua Canine Rescue Inc.

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Why Volunteer? Why Not!

August 3, 2014

 Volunteers are the very heart and soul of NCCR.  Without everyone’s efforts we would not be able to care for 200-300 dogs each year.  Each month we feature one of our great volunteers and this month it is Sandy Lutes.  If you have a few hours a week to spare, come and join the great team […]

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July 14, 2014

  Established as a lasting memorial for the late Jeanne and Bruce Steger of Fredonia, the Nip and Tuck Spay & Neuter Fund offers assistance to dog owners in Chautauqua County.   Sponsored by NCCR, the program hopes to reduce overpopulation and unplanned litters by making spay and neuter surgery affordable to those in need. […]

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