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Cats and Dogs Make It in the Bright Lights, Big City

The Haven Adoption Series presented by Mediacom has been chosen as a finalist for the Cable Faxie Awards. We are up against some BIG names-A & E! Representatives from Mediacom will be attending the award ceremony in New York on Wednesday, April 28th. We will be sharing with you video from the awards ceremony.... more
Haven participates in’s “Foster a Lonely Pet During the Holidays” campaign

Inspired by the best-selling novel by Greg Kincaid, “A Dog Named Christmas,” in which a developmentally-challenged boy fosters a...... more

The Chris Myers and Fox10 “GOING THE EXTRA MILE” award and a check for..... more
Shelters offer “Black Pearl” promotion in June to save black pets

The Haven and Daphne Animal Shelter will offer a half-off adoption fee promotion during the month of June for any adoptions of black or mostly black dogs and cats. This “Black Pearl” promotion is ... more
Preparing Pets for a Disaster

Baldwin County, Alabama - Are you prepared for the next hurricane? How about any disaster for that matter? In today's society, we are all so busy with our lifestyles that we sometimes take for granted running water, electricity, gas and convenient grocery stores. With the hurricane season fast approaching on June 1st, many of ... more

FAIRHOPE -- The Haven, Fairhope’s no kill animal shelter, recently received two state awards from the Alabama Animal Control Association (AACA). ... more
J. Larry Newton School in Fairhope helps The Haven

Thanks to the students and facuilty at J. Larry Newton School in Fairhope, the animals at The Haven have a nice warmand cozy place to rest their head each night. In 2008, The Haven team brought their "shelter on wheels" to the school to help educate the children on the importance of pet responsibilty. The children were very interested in the subject and the visit was a success. Recently, The Haven team re-visited the school to show our gratitude for their generousity and to collect even more donations. Thanks to all of you at J. Larry Newton for making a difference in the lives of homeless animals! Mike Graham... more
Contractor and volunteer put their money where their hearts are

FAIRHOPE, Ala. — When a cathouse opens in a fairly small community, one might expect it to draw much attention, but in Fairhope the opposite seems to be true. In fact, few have even noticed the new construction going on in broad daylight. ... more
Thank You for supporting MMOR 2008

For those of you not familiar with this event, the MMOR parade is a walking Mardi Gras parade for pets and their human companions. Participants pay a fee to walk in the parade and all money raised goes to The Haven. ... more
Thanks to helpers with

The fourth annual Haven Pet Photo Contest was held recently at the Eastern Shore Art Center... more
Public Relations

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Pets Plus Fireworks May Not Equal Fun by Liz Tetley

Michael Graham, Executive Director of The Haven, a no-kill adoption guarantee organization in Fairhope says, “Just because you may enjoy the excitement doesn’t mean your pet will too.” ... more
Fern's Birthday Bash

The Haven No-Kill Animal Shelter will celebrate Fern’s Birthday Bash on July 7 in downtown Fairhope. This will be the fifth year The Haven has celebrated the popular feline’s birthday... more
The Haven Dog Daze of Summer Pet Adoption

The Haven, a No-Kill Animal Shelter located in Fairhope, will be holding a “Dog Daze of Summer" Adoption Event and micro-chip clinic this week-end at Fastime Gas on Highway 98, from 11am -3pm, thanks to their sponsors Invisible Fence, Miller's Grand Event, Downtown Animal Clinic in Fairhope, and Maddie's Fund. ... more
Pet Preparedness for Disasters

With memories from Hurricane Katrina in the not too distant past, The Haven would like to encourage pet owners to have a hurricane preparedness plan for their pets. ... more
Animal Crisis in Balwin County

We are at a critical juncture in Baldwin County. We can either do something constructive and compassionate about the pet overpopulation problem right now or we can continue to spend valuable taxpayer dollars to continue a policy that has never addressed the underlying problems... more