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Let's Help the Animals—Together!

Sarah Bradham

Sarah Bradham

I'll be headed down to the Waterfront on May 11 for the Doggie Dash, and I hope you will help me to reach my goal of $1,500 to help support OHS's mission. I may be "dashing" but I'll likely be helping out at one of the OHS booths in order to do my small part to help make this HUGE event a success.

Many of you might know that two of our animals came from OHS. Quiggs came through their Second Chance program, and Mia came through their foster program. Heck, Leo could have been an OHS animal, he just happened to wander onto our doorstep as a stray before he had the chance to end up at OHS.

Not only has OHS brought amazing animals into my life, but I also have the joy of volunteering at OHS. I walk dogs and help clean crates and take photos for the Second Chance program. With a busy day schedule it isn't easy for me to fit volunteering in to standard hours, so it's great to be able to head out to OHS at 7 or 8 pm and volunteer until 10 or 11pm for Second Chance. It may not be glamorous, but someone has to clean those poopy crates!

Did you know that OHS never puts time limits on how long pets remain at their shelter? What really touches my heart is when two pets go to OHS and are best friends, they stay for as long as it takes to find a loving home together. 

A lot of people don't know that OHS has an onsite hospital. OHS recently cared for an adorable shepherd mix who was hit by a car and received a lifesaving leg surgery. 

And when it comes to disasters, OHS is also there to help pets. They even drove a van down to California and took in cats from areas affected by the Camp Fire. 

I'm hoping you'll join me in helping pets from all walks of life. Please donate now! 

Thank you so much!


Thanks to all of you, I am halfway to my goal! I greatly appreciate the donations you have all made.

It's not glamorous work, but it is important work! In order for the animals to be safe during transport, the truck has to be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected as do all of the crates. It's poopy work, but someone has to do it!


Quiggs says "thanks for donating! I'm a Second Chance pup and I'm so thankful for OHS helping me find my furever home!"

Thanks to everyone who has donated for helping me to get more than halfway to my goal! With a little more than a month to go, I'm confident we can get to the $1,500 mark and make a BIG difference for all the animals at OHS!


Me and Quiggs at OHS. I met this furry little moppet while volunteering as a dog walker. He wormed his way in to my heart and I adopted him.


raised of $1,500 goal

Recent Donations

1. John Zeier
2. Claudia Holderegger McCormack
Nice work, Sarah!
3. Rose Bak
Go Sarah !
4. Mia Midget McPants
5. Anonymous
6. Marilyn Workman
Go Sarah.
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