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By June 2, 2014No Comments

Riley-for-Aquarius-Sharon Boyajian  Riley-Sharon Boyajian

“Fur, Feathers and Fins”

Benefitting 2nd Chance at Love Humane Society-

a wonderful organization that rehabilitates and finds homes for neglected, abused and abandoned dogs.

 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA  Beach Dog – by Anita Keegan

Pooh_&_the_butterfly-to-Aqu-Sharon Boyajian 

Pooh & the Butterfly -Sharon Boyajian

Animal Lovers JAS Rosey Rosenthal

Animal Lovers- Rosey Rosenthal   

Betty Scanlan- Three Quail Three Quail- Betty Scanlan

cat bird feeder-Edie Schneider Cat Bird Feeder- Edie Schneider

Kelp Forest Dalna Mills Kelp Forest- Dalna Mills

mandrill apr 2014_cropped Jim PeacherMandrill- Jim Peacher

You Missed a Spot JPEG-Midori Feldman You Missed a Spot- Midori Feldman

Art After Dark, June 6th, 6-8pm  The great gals from 2nd Chance will be here with us, and Dave & Dave will delight you with their musical talent!

Show will run thru July 29th during our regular store hours.

50% of the proceeds will be donated to this great cause.

2nd chance at love   Every Dog Deserves a Second Chance 
In a world where animal “shelters” are often just stopovers on the way to euthanasia—where abandoned, neglected, abused, and troubled pets are condemned for the carelessness of humans—there is a place where dogs get a second chance at life, love, and happiness.

Second Chance at Love Humane Society
We are a no-kill animal welfare organization, was founded in 1994 for our society’s dog outcasts: Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, and other strong-willed breeds; “widowed” senior citizen dogs; dogs without leaders or advocates; dogs trained to fear and fight. Few humans have a heart for sick, old, troubled or intimidating dogs. Few dare to take on the challenge these animals present. Few realize that, if given the chance, there is certain hope for these tragically misunderstood animals.

Second Chance at Love Humane Society dares to care
These mutt misfits and condemned canines are the voiceless, helpless souls for which our hearts break. But to truly save them takes more than just compassion and shelter. With each rescue comes the challenge to turn around a lost-cause dog and make it adoptable and balanced so that its next home will be its forever home. The process takes patience, fierce determination, constant leadership, lots of exercise, and diligent discipline. Since many Second Chance dogs never received this sort of stability and security, this is often their first chance at being a dog.

Please help us to support this amazing organization!   Join us on June 6th for Art After Dark, or visit the gallery during the months of June and July! 

(This is a special 2month exhibit …  no Art After Dark in July).