04 Feb

Community Pet Fair at Hermon Dog Park 2/11/17

Pet Fair Flyer

***RAIN OR SHINE***  Join us on Saturday, Feb 11 when Best Friends Animal Society presents a Community Pet Fair at Hermon Dog Park with discounted pet adoption, microchipping and vaccinations, free samples, pet services info and more.

BRING YOUR PETS! FREE ADMISSION!

  • Discounted Vaccinations: $10 Rabies, $15 others
  • Discounted Microchipping: $15
  • Information on Free Spay/Neuter for all
  • Fun romp in the Dog Park (one side for large dogs and one for small/shy dogs)

WHEN: Saturday, February 11 from 11am to 4pm

WHERE: 5568 Via Marisol (go to the end of the parking lot past the tennis courts – just outside the dog park) For map and directions, click here.

Bring your pets! (Dogs on leash, cats in carriers)

Sponsored by State Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez, District 51 and City
Councilmember Jose Huizar, Council District 14.

SEE PHOTOS ON FACEBOOK

18 Feb

Disaster Preparedness for Pets – Yappy Hour Pet Ed Seminar 2/23/14

Cindy Sanchez leads Preparedness Pet Ed Seminar“Are You Prepared With Your Pets When Disaster Strikes?” Friends of Hermon Dog Park sponsored a free Pet Education seminar at the Hermon Dog Park on February 23, 2014.

Two experts, Cynthia Sanchez, Red Cross Pet First Aid Instructor and Level 3 CERT trained, as well as Thea Martin, Pet Disaster Planning Instructor, provided hand-outs, emergency checklists and answers to your questions. Topics covered included: What to do if the shelters won’t take pets? How do we keep our pets safe? How to approach injured pets. What supplies are really needed? We had a drawing for prizes and the usual doggie snacks and information at our booth. Seating was provided by Councilmember Jose Huizar of CD-14.

Download the flyer here and check out photos on our FaceBook page.

01 Dec

Santa Paws Squad 12/1/13


Santa Paws Squad 2011The 69th Northeast Los Angeles Holiday Parade officially brought in the holiday season on Sunday, December 1, 2013. The Friends of Hermon Dog Park once again marched as the “Santa Paws Squad” with people and dogs dressed in holiday attire along side marching bands, drill teams, dancers, musicians, floats, equestrian units, celebrities and community representatives. This year we had our own “float” – a fabulous sleigh powered by a bicyclist and two talented pooches. We had wonderful volunteers carrying and banners and one lucky participant won our raffle prize of a Petco gift card. Thanks to everyone who participated! You can check out Santa Paws Squad photos on our Facebook page and this year there was even a video made about us at the parade.