The Beaver Scouts are working toward their North Star award and chose fundraising for the Humane Society as their service project. The youth are planning a Lemonade Stand fundraiser on May 9th, 2019
The Beaver Scouts are working toward their North Star award and chose fundraising for the Humane Society as their service project. The youth are planning a bottle drive fundraiser on April 11th, 2019
Dog Jog is a celebration of family and friendship! Calgary Humane Society uses the funds raised at Dog Jog to find loving forever families for thousands of animals each year. This year we will be celebrating families of all shapes and sizes by packing South Glenmore Park full of family-friendly (and Fido-friendly!) activities for people and pooches of all ages to enjoy.
Grab a bite to eat from local food trucks or a refreshing beer from the folks at Wild Rose Brewery in our all-age food + beverage garden called the Mutt & Mingle.
Dog Jog 2018 planning is in high gear and this year we are out to have a record amount of FUN! Interested in joining us? Here are 8 ways that you can help bring the fun to Dog Jog 2018!
So you’ve registered for Dog Jog, now what? Your Dog Jog fundraising helps us take care of thousands of animals every year! How can you help you ask? We’ve got some tips to kick your fundraising into high gear and get you started on the right paw for our Dog Jog adventure!
1. Personalize your Dog Jog page!
Every single person or family who registers for Dog Jog gets a fundraising page! Add text and a photo to tell everyone what your goal is! If you are part of a team you could even add a team photo to your page.
Calgary Humane Society has been approved to be a part of ResQwalk! Download the app here: http://resqwalk.com/
ResQwalk is a FREE mobile app that enables you to raise money and resources for animal welfare organizations in Canada and the United States, simply by walking. Each month they announce a ResQpool of cash and other resources that have been provided by corporate sponsors. In order to earn part of the pool for your favorite animal welfare organization, all you have to do is download the ResQwalk app, select Calgary Humane Society as your charity of choice, and start walking (or running or biking!)
Below are some of the common questions asked. If you have any others please check out their website.
How are funds divided?
At the end of the month the ResQpool is proportionally distributed to the ResQpartners based on miles/kilometers walked. For example, if a total of 1,000 km are walked in a month, and Charity A walks 800 km, and Charity B walks 200 km, then Charity A gets 80% of the ResQpool while Charity B gets 20%.
Is ResQwalk limited to walking (with a dog)?
No. You can participate in any distance-related activity, such as walking, running or biking, as long as the activity can be measured by GPS and involves a speed of less than 14 mph. Currently, they are unable to track stationary equipment such as treadmills because you are not moving so GPS isn’t being used.
Does GPS consume the data on my phone?
No, GPS does not use data. The other app features, such as uploading a photo, do use data. If you are concerned about your data usage, please be sure to connect to Wi-Fi when uploading photos and/or interacting with features such as the News Feed and Leaderboard.
April 28, 2016
Calgary, AB — Immediate Release
On June 4, 2016, as part of the 15th annual Dog Jog at South Glenmore Park, Calgary Humane Society will attempt to set a new World Record for the most dogs wearing bandannas.
The previous record was set by an SPCA in Australia in 2015, with 764 dogs wearing bandanas.
Calgary Humane is hoping to beat that record this June to put Calgary on the map!
To participate go to www.calgaryhumane.ca and register, because we need your help to set a new record and raise much needed funds for Calgary Humane Society and the more than 7,600 animals we help each year.
Hi everyone, it’s me, Duke!
I can’t believe it, but it’s almost here! This is the last week to buy your tickets to Cocktails for Critters!
I told you a few weeks ago that I was a little dog with a big dream: I’m out to change the world. I see a future where no animal experiences cruelty, abuse or neglect. I see a future where no more homeless animals is not just a dream, but a reality. Most importantly? I see a future where every animal is safe and loved. I know I can’t do this alone, but together, we can make this future happen. (more…)
Hello again! It’s me, Duke!
Remember me? I am your OFFICIAL 2015 Cocktails for Critters Spokesdog and for the last few months I’ve been sharing my story with you. In case you missed it, here is the review:
I was supposed to be a designer dog… but somewhere along the way things went wrong. When I was born my legs didn’t work properly and I couldn’t breathe well. I couldn’t walk. I couldn’t play. Every day I struggled just to get enough air.
And that was my life for my first two years, until Calgary Humane Society saved me. I still remember the day everything changed. I was at home when some officers came to the house. They looked at me and all of the other dogs in the house. They promised they would help us. The day I was rescued I met a lot of nice people! I used my irresistible charm to make friends with all the ladies… nobody could resist my kisses! (more…)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
From the desk of Gary Van Meowski
June 10, 2015
CALGARY, AB – CALGARY HUMANE SOCIETY RENAMES DOG JOG 2015
In response to overwhelming support of the Catwalk 2015 campaign, spearheaded by the irreplaceable Gary Van Meowski, Official CHS office cat, premiere advice columnist and feline extraordinaire, Calgary Humane Society has elected to rename Dog
Jog 2015 and replace the event with Catwalk 2015.
This decision follows weeks of careful deliberation and Calgary Humane Society officials state that they believe the change will be positive.
“Let’s face it, dogs drool,” says Sage,the new communications manager, in response to the decision. “It’s time for more cats and less fleas.”
Anyone who was planning to be at Dog Jog 2015 is encouraged to wear a cat shirt instead. Or cat shoes. Whatever. Wear something with a cat on it.
All dogs will be immediately removed from the park.
Calgary Humane Society would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to Mr. Gary Van Meowski who helped us to see the light and make this progressive change for the future.