Terri is now working/volunteering full time Monday – Friday. Here she is with our helpful clinic cat, Scout:
We receive over 50 phone calls, messages, Facebook messages, and emails A DAY! Most can be handled quickly, such as putting you on the spay and neuter list or the home visit list. Others require some discussion and several calls back and forth. Please be patient; we are doing our absolute best to help you and your pet. And please leave a message. If Terri doesn’t answer, she is speaking with another wonderful client. She will get to your message as soon as she can.
If we don’t have a volunteer to answer the phone on weekends or holidays, we put an extended absence greeting on. If you have an urgent need, you may try to contact us through email (Contact Us) or Facebook. Please note that we often cannot help with urgent or emergency cases at these times and the phone message provides an alternative location where you might be able to get help.
AHAS is thrilled to present this video to you, which shows how we are impacting animals, vulnerable people, and the community through our services. It was created by a group of students in the University of Alberta’s ALES 204 class, Communication Fundamentals for Professionals. This class has a community service component, and from these groups we received unbelievable communication plans and products. The video below is one of the resulting products from this project, and although heart-wrenching it is what we deal with every day.
AHAS relies on your support to provide our services – if you would like to help us help animals, one paw at a time, please consider volunteering or donate today.
Thank you to all of the students involved in this project for your effort and contribution supporting the Alberta Helping Animals Society!
Animals Helping Animals Society could not do what we do without the generous support of our donors and partners – a big THANK YOU for your support up to this point, and we look forward to you joining us on our journey going forward!