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Microchip Clinic

Thursday, July 31, 2014
5:00 – 7:00 pm
Dr. Toni Ellis, DVM, of Mobile Veterinary Routine Care
$25 fee per Microchip
at the Potter League for Animals


The Potter League is offering an affordable Microchip Clinic on Thursday, July 31st from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the Potter League for Animals, 87 Oliphant Lane In Middletown, RI. The microchips will be administered by Dr. Toni Ellis, DVM, of Mobile Veterinary Routine Care. There is a $25 fee per animal payable on the day of the clinic. Please call 401.846.8276 or email to pre-register.





Camp Happy Tails Registration is Now Open!

The Potter League is offering full day camp programs as well as an extended day care program.

For more information and registration form, go to the Camp Happy Tails page or contact Anastacia at 401.846.0592 ext 120 

Where's Waldo?
At the Potter League, of course! 


The Potter League is participating again this year in the "Find Waldo on Aquidneck Island" Program in cooperation with Island Books.

Participants can obtain a passport from the Island Book locations or on their website along with a listing of various business in the area that are participating in this program Kids will come to the Potter League to locate "Waldo" a small cardboard figure which is hidden in the shelter. When they find Waldo, they can go to the front desk to have their passport stamped. The program runs through the month of July. Participants will have to turn their passports in by August 1st to Island Books for a chance to win prizes.







Animal lovers of Newport County and beyond raised nearly $90,000 for homeless animals.

While the 2014 Walk for Animals has concluded, there’s still time to help through August 31.
Donate to the Heart & Sole Walk for Animals here 

Watch the Walk video created by volunteer Carol Chabot and see a listing of award winners.


Thank you to our Corporate Community Humane Heroes!


Fetching Friends Transport Program


Fetching Friends is a Potter League lifesaving program which transports animals from high volume/low adoption shelters to our facility in Rhode Island where adopters are eagerly awaiting their arrival. To make a donation to support this life saving program, please click here



Bootsie's Pet Advice Column

Click here to read the Dear Bootsie Advice on Pets Column which appears in the Saturday edition of The Newport Daily News.







Home for the Holidays Appeal Link







Have You Lost Your Pet?
Your pet may be here at the shelter:

Click here for Lost & Found
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Friends Enriching Lives
Monthly Giving Program
Our Friends Enriching Lives donors ensure that the animals always have a friend by their side.  Your monthly gift will provide the reliable support that is so vital to the animals and programs at the Potter League.  Click here to read more about the Friends Enriching Lives program.  

Our  indoor tiles and outdoor pavers make wonderful tributes to honor or memorialize a special pet or person or as gifts for special occasions.
For a Tile & Paver Brochure, click here.

The Potter League is proud to be a Hill's Science Diet Shelter. Our shelter dogs and cats are fed a nutritious diet of Hill's food during their stay with us.





Have your child's next birthday party at the Potter League.
For more information contact Anastacia at 846-0592 x120 or email for available dates.
Click to download a brochure



Girl Scout Badges
For more information about our
Girl Scout Programs and to download a troop registration form.

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Potter Kids Website

Attention Young People!
Visit The Potter League's Kid's World of Animals


Coyote Information Line

Concerned about coyotes in your neighborhood Call 401-300-HOWL(4695) to speak with a knowledgeable wildlife expert. Individuals concerned about immediate safety issues should call their local police department.







Awards & Recognition


Animal Control Offices: Middletown | Portsmouth