Many Ways to Help
We need you and so do the animals! At Tails, we offer a variety of exciting opportunities designed to provide the best quality of life for homeless animals in our care. There are opportunities to work directly with our animals or you can support us behind the scenes. There is something for everyone age 5 years and up!
Join us for the Barks, Boots and Brews party on Sunday, October 13 from 2:30-6:30 at Two Brothers Roundhouse (205 N Broadway, Aurora, IL 60505)! Come out and enjoy an afternoon of fun with great drinks, exciting prize raffles, a 50/50 raffle and very special musical guests, Thirsty Boots Band acoustic and Back Country Roads. Proceeds from each ticket sold will benefit the animals at both City of Aurora IL Animal Care and Control and Tails Humane Society. Each $35 ticket includes admission to the show and one free drink! Hurry, tickets are limited and this event will sell out fast! To purchase tickets for Barks, Boots and Brews, please click here.
Veterinarian: Tails Humane Society in DeKalb Illinois is seeking a part time Veterinarian who will be dedicated to providing care to shelter animals, herd health management and disease prevention. This position is also responsible for high quality/volume public and shelter animal spay/neuter surgeries as well as other surgical procedures.. Qualified applicants can email their resume to Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information or to view the job description, please click here.
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What a handsome boy! Rosco was adopted from a Tails Humane Society adoption event back in March of 2012. His adopter Lynda recently sent us this wonderful update on her sweet 7 year old pup. Congratulations on an amazing 7 years and many more to come for Rosco and his family!
Thank you for adopting and giving these pets a wonderful home! We love to see and hear how our alums are doing, please send pictures and updates to email@example.com
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Tails is 100 % donor and service funded. We rely on support from our community to accomplish this life saving work.