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Doug Duke

Executive Director

Nevada SPCA

HQ Phone:  (702) 873-7722

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Nevada SPCA

4800 W. Dewey Drive

Las Vegas, Nevada,89118

United States

Company Description

The Nevada SPCA, a nonprofit organization, operates a no-kill animal shelter, promotes humane education, makes referrals for lower-cost spay/neuter and vaccination services, and challenges people to be the best possible guardians for the companion animals in t... more

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Emergency contact phone numbers for dog owners in Las Vegas, and Henderson, NV.

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Doug Duke
(702) 873-7722 (702) 362-7757 NevadaSPCA@aol.com


Port of Subs® Joins with Nevada SPCA for Pennies for Puppies and Kitties Program - PR.com

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Food costs are a constant challenge, according to Doug Duke, Nevada SPCA's Executive Director.
The Nevada SPCA rescues the animals, vaccinates them, spays or neuters and places a large number of them in foster homes, awaiting forever homes. "We saved thousands of kittens and puppies by the end of last summer," said Duke.


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Doug Duke, executive director of Nevada SPCA, said his organization's mission is even more important this year than it has been in the past.
"We've experienced unprecedented hardship for community animals in 2011," Duke said. "Our first-hand account and reports from other shelters indicate the numbers of animals abandoned in foreclosed homes is the worst it's ever been - and it's not just cats and dogs. All species are affected, from rabbits and goats to peacocks and fish." Duke also said that if even if you cannot adopt at this time, there are many opportunities to donate, volunteer, or foster an animal. In addition, he said it is vital that people spay or neuter their cats, dogs, rabbits, and ferrets to ensure they are not contributing further to the animal overpopulation crisis.


Testimonials

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Pet'ographique portraits forever capture and memorialize the unique personality and character of your very special loved one. - Doug Duke (Executive Director of Nevada SPCA)
I have taken my dog, T-Bone, and my stepdaughter's cat, Timi, to Arica Dorff at Pet'ographique for portraits. The way she captured their personalities on canvas is incredible, to say the least :). T-Bone and Timi's portrait hangs in The Soggy Dog, for the public to admire. We receive numerous compliments on the portraits, and send everyone we can to Pet'ographique. Not only is Arica involved with the different charities and rescue groups, she devotes much of her time to capturing lifelong portraits of anyone's pet or pets.


Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig - Petfinder

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Doug Duke, director of the Nevada SPCA in Las Vegas, finds that half are turned in by owners and the other half are rescued from the county.
He notes, "We try to keep the county shelter, which shares the complex with us, from euthanizing any who are healthy."


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