Wild Rose Humane Society - Christmas Pet Photos With Santa

The Wild Rose Humane Society expects to open the doors to its shelter in Didsbury early in the new year. Corina Balon-Cooke, Board Member with the Wildrose Humane Society, says their goal is to a have a February or March opening date. Meanwhile, Santa will be making a stop at the shelter on Sunday, November 26th for Christmas pet photos at their location on 13 Co-op Road in Didsbury.

The Wild Rose Humane Society is putting on the final touches of its shelter location in Didsbury.
 
 Board Member with the Wild Rose Humane Society, Corina Balon-Cooke, says they expect to open in the new year.
 
 
She says they have already been fostering animals and are looking for more volunteers.

In the meantime, Santa will be making a stop at the shelter  for Christmas pet photos at their location on 13 Co-op Road in Didsbury.
 
Photos are $15 dollars in cash per edited digital image and they are available on a first come first serve basis from 11am until 2pm on Sunday, November 26th.
 
Funds will go directly to the Wild Rose Humane Society for operational costs. Visit www.wildrosehumane.ca to volunteer or make a donation.
 

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