Hot Springs Village Animal Welfare League
Pets of the Week
YOKO: Spayed female, Siamese mix, cream color, 2 yrs. old. Lovely & affectionate lap cat.
No More Homeless Pets Network Partner
Hot Springs Village Animal Welfare League has been activated as a No More Homeless Pets Network Partner! Best Friends created the No More Homeless Pets Network (NMHP Network) to work with rescue organizations and shelters around the country that are reducing euthanasia rates and saving lives in their communities.
The following links show a summary of our organization's statistics, and calculates an overall save rate for the reporting period.
Desoto Dog Park
The mission of the Desoto Dog Park is to establish a gated, off-leash dog park for well behaved dogs to exercise in a clean, safe environment. In 2012, the Hot Springs Village Friends of the Dog Park was established to create this park and include volunteers from existing property owners, POA board members, and dog lovers. Check out their website at Desoto Dog Park.
Dancing with the Villagers - September 23, 2014
Hundreds of people did indeed get on their Dancing Shoes to join us at our third Dancing with the Villagers fall benefit on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, at Coronado Ballroom. It was a sold-out crowd, with scrumptious food, entertaining dancing, and lively music. We'll have photos and more news about the grand evening soon. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the success of the event!
Other EventsBlessing of the Animals
Strut Your Mutt (Or Virtual Cat)
AWL at the Green Market in Grove Park
Do you love the Green Market in Grove Park? Do you enjoy meeting Villagers and talking about pets? Well, AWL has an opportunity to network and bring an adoptable dog or two to this farmer's market in Grove Park on Thursdays. All who have participated have had positive experiences, but we are looking for a few more volunteers to be AWL Ambassadors for this project. This is a fun way to contribute to AWL and spread our message, while at the same time have a chance to mingle with Villagers and vendors at the market. No adoptions will be made then – this is a time to showcase AWL, our many activities, and of course, our pets. Contact Jim Patton @ Jpscot1@aol.com or 708-728-5172.
Dogs Who Serve
Sandy Lundin’s new book Dogs Who Serve features our AWL spay/neuter clinics and several AWL members and their. Sandy will have a book review at the Coronado Center on Sept. 25th at 4:00 p.m. Books sell for $15 each and Sandy will donate $2 from each sale that day to the AWL and $2 each to the library. Several who have had a chance to read it say the book is inspiring, so join the group at the review and get your own copy.
The Hot Springs Village Animal Welfare League (HSV AWL) is located in Hot Springs Village, AR. We are a 501(C) (3) organization which works in conjunction with the HSV Property Owners Association Animal Shelter.
HSV Animal Welfare League Mission Statement
Area Served: We rescue companion animals that are picked up by the Animal Control of the Property Owners Association of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas. Beyond the boundaries of Hot Springs Village, we rescue companion animals from surrounding Arkansas communities.Bylaws
Memorandum of Understanding with the POA
Articles of Amendment With Restatement (Name Change)
Adoption Hours and Location
Monday - Saturday
The Lily Alert is named for the standard poodle, Lily, who was lost and missing for several weeks before being found, due in part to many efforts by AWL members. The Lily Alert was initiated to step up the efforts to locate missing pets.
If a pet is missing, immediately call animal control at 922-6547. To expand the coverage, call the AWL at 915-9337 and ask to participate in the Lily Alert program. The volunteer on duty will instruct the pet owner as to the procedures involved. Or, email a photo, description, and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once initiated, the pet’s description and contact information will go out to AWL membership by E-blast and website. Pet registration with the POA will increase the potential for a happy ending!
Lost and Found Pets
LOST pets: Contact POA Animal Control at 922-6547, and then call the Animal Welfare League at 915-9337 for additional help finding your pet. We will help you publicize the pet in the Village and give you other tips on finding your pet.
FOUND pets: These pets are admitted to Animal Control or rescued through other community sources and may be someone’s lost pets. Their photos are posted, so please contact Animal Control if you may be the owner or have information that may help reunite a pet with its owner: 922-6547.
Photos are posted in the Animal Welfare League’s Lost and Found Album.