MAC Removes Breed Labels for Dogs in Care

Next time you’re scrolling through the available pets page on the MAC website, you may notice that none of the dogs will have a breed identification anymore. If you’re asking yourself why that is, the answer is actually super simple: MAC will no longer be labeling dogs in our care by breed, but rather, willContinue reading “MAC Removes Breed Labels for Dogs in Care”

Thanksgiving Do’s & Don’ts

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and while sharing is caring, there are some items on your plate that you may need to keep to yourself! See below for a list of foods that are safe, and unsafe for your pets! Approved Foods for Pets: (in moderation) Foods to Avoid: Keep in mind that someContinue reading “Thanksgiving Do’s & Don’ts”

MAC Unveils New Lure Course in Memory of Late Volunteer

MAC recently unveiled a brand new lure course to honor the memory and legacy of late MAC volunteer, John Williams. Williams unexpectedly passed away in July 2020, during the height of the covid-19 pandemic at 82 years old. John was a devoted and passionate volunteer of McKamey Animal Center from the time the Center opened.Continue reading “MAC Unveils New Lure Course in Memory of Late Volunteer”

Tips For a Pet Safe Halloween

Halloween can be full of good spooky fun for the whole family, including your furry family members. Just like you do, preparing the evening for your pets is important! Below are some tips and suggestions we recommend to prepare for the spookiest of seasons! Be Mindful of Their Costumes Some of the most fun duringContinue reading “Tips For a Pet Safe Halloween”

Grey Muzzle Foundation Supports MAC through $10,000 Grant

Old dogs have something to wag about this summer, as The Grey Muzzle Organization announces the recipients of its annual grants, and the dogs at McKamey Animal Center are among the winners. We are excited to share that MAC is one of 78 animal welfare groups chosen from 344 applicants to receive a grant toContinue reading “Grey Muzzle Foundation Supports MAC through $10,000 Grant”