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National Milk Chocolate Day Did you know Milk Chocolate triggers a release of endorphins when eaten which can lead to an instant mood enhancer and encourages a positive feeling? Today is National Milk Chocolate Day and what a better way to celebrate and promote a positive feeling than buying a delicious Pawlicious Chocolate bar made by Donini Chocolate! For just $10 you can buy a 300g scrumptious chocolate bar and all proceeds go directly to the animals here at Quinte Humane Society! Our chocolate bars are now being sold at the following locations; Donini Chocolate 335 Bell Blvd, Belleville Global Pet Foods
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July Pawsitive News Happy Tails 😻 Dodge came into our care in August of 2019 as a young kitten and spent time with his brother in foster care until he was old enough to be adopted. He was adopted by his foster mom in October and has grown into a handsome young man. His adoptive mom sent us a wonderful update. “As you can see, Dodge made himself at home here with us. He now spends his days finding the best spots to sleep, which includes on top of the fridge and the shoe rack. He loves to walk around and show off all his fluff, and quite frequently get the zoomies and chases nothing around the
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Bottle Drive Quinte Humane Society is collecting empties and Canadian Tire money in Belleville and area. These funds will be used to provide care for animals in need. It is an easy way to help the animals of the Quinte region while de-cluttering. See below for drop off locations. Belleville:  At the shelter @ 527 Avonlough Road Leave at the front on the yellow cupboards or at the side on the tables Belleville: 85 Prince of Wales Drive (off of College W, North end of the street up over the hill) Picton: CIBC Picton 272 Main Street W Stirling: 374 River Valley Road Quinte West behind
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June Pawsitive News Happy Tails 🐶 Sascha came into our care at 5 weeks old with six other puppies in his litter. He and his siblings spent time in foster care until they were old enough to be adopted out. He was adopted to his new family in October of 2019 and has grown into a handsome young man. His adopted Mom has reached out to give us an update saying he is a very rambunctious boy but is great with people and animals and weighs between 80-90 pounds! We are so happy to hear he is thriving in his furever home.   May 2020 Stats During the month of May, we had 151 animals come into our care.
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