Benefiting the Community
There are many programs offered by the Society to benefit the community! Learn more about these programs here:
What could be better than doing yoga on a Sunday morning? Doing yoga with cats at The Anti-Cruelty Society! We host one hour yoga sessions at 11:00 a.m. on select Sunday mornings in the company of some adoptable kitties because they make the purrfect yoga partners!
Cost is a $10 donation made when registering.
157 W. Grand Ave.
18 and older
No previous experience required
Bring your own mat, we'll bring the cats!
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Pet first aid is important! Whether you work with other people’s pets for a living as a dog walker, groomer, or staff member at a boarding facility or you have pets at home and want to be prepared in case of an emergency, we can help. The Pet First Aid course is taught by one of our veterinarians and covers pet first aid and CPR techniques. The emphasis will be on cats and dogs, and life-sized mannequins will be used to mimic working with real animals. Please do not bring your pet to class. The course length is 3 hours, and the fee is $50.
Pre-registration is required. Class sizes are limited. For more information call (312) 645-8098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The $50 course fee must be made when registering.
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If you are having a difficult time in accepting your pet’s death, you may want to discuss your feelings with someone trained to understand the grieving process, such as a grief counselor, clergyman, social worker, physician, or psychologist. The Anti-Cruelty Society offers a free group program called “Working Through Pet Loss” with a trained counselor. The group meets on the first Tuesday of every month from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Caerus Foundation, The Anti-Cruelty Society is able to bring a variety of much-needed pet care services to Chicago, free of charge through our Dog Wellness Fairs that are scheduled throughout the year.
Engraved ID tags
Free pet supplies
Fine details: All dogs in attendance must be leashed. No dogs in heat. No retractable leashes or leashes over 6 feet. Owners with dogs who may require a muzzle are asked to bring their own.
The next Dog Wellness Fair will be held on Saturday, June 15
3330 W. Carroll Ave.
11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
This service is offered to the first 100 dogs.