Pals-4-Paws June Adoption Fair

Pals-4-Paws June Adoption Fair

If you or someone you know can adopt or become a foster parent call Yao Animal Hospital at 305-751-8552 or visit 7481 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, 33138.

*Pals-4-Paws adoption fairs will now be held the last Tuesday of every month.

Date: Tuesday, June 25
Time: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: Thompson Hall Lobby

At the Adoption Fair, Pals-4-Paws is accepting food donations (dog food and canned cat food unopened bags of dry dog/cat food) for its Animal Food Bank. Pals-4-Paws wants to thank those who have generously donated to the food bank.

Minnie Mouse is a five-pound Yorkie, miniature Schnauzer-Chihuahua mix who is approximately four months old. She is vaccinated and de-wormed and gets along great with other dogs, cats and children. Minnie Mouse should be no more than 10 pounds when fully grown.

Frick and Frack are three-month-old siblings. The kittens are de-flead and de-wormed. They are healthy and very sweet. They are learning to be playful and need a good home.

Max is a 28-pound cocker spaniel, beagle and Border collie mix. He is 10 months old. Max has lots of energy and enthusiasm. He is very friendly and gets along with other animals. He has been vaccinated, is heartworm negative and will soon be neutered. Max needs a loving home with someone who can match his exuberance.

Yao Animal Hospital veterinarian technicians are available at the monthly adoption fairs from about 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. (depending on their surgery schedules) to answer any questions regarding Pals-4-Paws adoptees, as well as animals of your own.

For more information contact Sandy Southmayd at (Leslie Edwards, LMHC - faculty advisor). Let us know your affiliation with Barry. Employees please include your department, telephone extension and a cell phone number. Students or alumni, please provide a cell phone number where you can be reached.

Please visit the Pals-4-Paws Web site at for helpful information and resources.

Pals-4-Paws is a not-for-profit Barry student organization which relies solely on its fund raising activities and donor contributions. At this time, there is no cost to adopt an animal from the organization; however, Pals-4-Paws may ask you to kindly assume the responsibility of any vet bills that may have been incurred (discounted for Barry faculty, staff, students and alumni).