New Volunteer Orientation is Sunday, Dec 4th

Our New Volunteer Orientation this month will be on Sunday, December 4 at 11am instead of the first Saturday of the month as we usually do. Note: there will NOT be an orientation on Saturday, December 3rd. Please wear closed tennis shoes, be at least 18 years old and bring a photo ID. We hope to see you there! 351 N Foothill Rd, Beverly Hills, 90210. Questions, call...

‘A Night in Muttley Carlo’ Event Photos

Our annual Halloween event, Bow Wow Beverly Hills held October 30th, was a howling success! ‘A Night in Muttley Carlo with James Bone’ raised funds to help rescue dogs and cats from shelters and also our free Spaymobile program. Over 400 guests enjoyed a fabulous silent auction, played fun casino games and feasted on plant based cuisine from Crossroads Restaurant. And the Doggy Halloween Costume Contest was again a crowd favorite! Many thanks to sponsors 2 Rodeo Management, Tiffany & Co., Porsche Design, Westime,┬áSerapian and others. See more event photos right here. All images courtesy of Inae Bloom/Guest of a...

So Many Reasons to be Grateful

Thank you to everyone who attended Bow Wow Beverly Hills on October 30th. It was a howling success!! The Amanda Foundation wouldn’t be what we are today without our incredible supporters and volunteers, so thank you all from the bottom of our hearts! We also owe an enormous thank you to Bill Wiley at 2 Rodeo Management, Tiffany & Co., Porsche Design, Westime, Serapian, for their generous support and Crossroads for the delicious buffet!! And lots of love to Luciana Paluzzi, our very own Bond girl from Thunderball! As always, the Doggy Costume Contest was the crowd favorite, with Ginger taking first prize as OctoPittie! And though there could only be one winner, there were almost too many amazing doggy costumes to count! A truly tremendous time was had by all. We are also proud and grateful to announce that the ASPCA has granted The Amanda Foundation $50,000 for use with our Spaymobile program. Because of this funding, thousands of unwanted litters will not be produced only to end up in shelters or on the streets, and families without access to a Veterinarian will be able to make sure their furry companions get medical...