Ms. Bradham, a native of Charleston, South Carolina, received an A.B. cum laude from Princeton University and an M.B.A. with distinction from Harvard University. She started her career in investment banking at Salomon Brothers Inc in 1985, and then moved to the Mergers and Acquisitions Group at S.G. Warburg Inc. From 1995 to 2005, Ms. Bradham was a partner at Rothschild Inc.
Mrs. Bradham’s nonprofit experience is focused primarily on early childhood education and animal welfare. She served on the board of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (“ASPCA”), headquartered in New York for 12 years, and was involved with the founding of two schools for underserved children in New York, The O’Gorman Library and Harlem Academy. Mrs. Bradham is past president of the Gibbes Museum, the Preservation Society of Charleston, Social Venture Partners Charleston and Charleston Animal Society. She currently serves on the board of Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary, Project Chimps in Morganton, Georgia, and the Humane Society of the U.S. (“HSUS”), headquartered in Washington, D.C.
IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO DONATE!
There are MANY cold nights ahead!
Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary is holding an online donation drive to raise funds to pay for the sanctuary’s winter electricity bills. The #HeatOurHomes online donation drive will help pay for the electricity associated with keeping heat lamps on in the Cat Condos and Pet Cabins throughout the winter months. #HallieHill To learn more and to make a donation, please click here.
Pearl was our featured cat on the sixth day of Christmas! She is a 9 year old beauty who loves your attention! She is not shy around people and will walk up and ask for love right away! She does well with other cats, but secretly wouldn’t mind being the only child. Why don’t you add this beautiful Pearl to your collection? She’ll look beautiful on you!
12 year old Natalie is the kinda gal you can’t help but gush over. She’s so lovely! Natalie is a kindhearted senior gal who is more petite than she appears in photos – she weighs only 40 pounds. She’s had the unfortunate luck of bouncing between rescue groups and different families when all she wants to do is settle in to a retired life, for good. Natalie is a wonderful family dog and we could truly gush about her forever!
Misty was our featured dog on the third day of Christmas! She is a 5-year-old Staffordshire mix, who was rescued outside of a school in Hollywood, SC. She loves spending time with other dogs and adores attention from people. Misty gets a little nervous inside but will adjust in time. If you’re looking for your soulmate, Misty would make the perfect companion. Let’s help Misty find her home for the New Year!
Chief was our featured dog on the ninth day of Christmas! He is one of the most lovable and handsome hounds at HHAS. He is nine years old and loves giving kisses. Chief is excellent around other dogs and people of all ages. He was recently in a foster home and they are happy to report the Chief is fully house-trained! Chief would love to help you keep away those January blues!
Learn more about these adorable animals and fill out an application here!
The only thing bigger than Stan’s love of the animals at Hallie Hill is the animals’ love for him! He can be found making life better for both people and animals by keeping the bunkhouse and barn sparkling and smelling sweet, and cleaning up after all…those…puppies!! All the animals love his easy demeanor and soft touch. Stan is always quick with a kind word and one leaves a conversation with him smiling and feeling better than you did when the conversation began! We are appreciative of the variety of ways Stan supports us ALL at Hallie Hill. Thank you Stan, we love you!
Friends of Hallie Hill,
As 2018 comes to an end, we would like to say THANK YOU to all of our incredible staff, volunteers, donors, and supporters.
Whether through donations, volunteering, or simply spreading the word, your support has truly made a difference in the lives of our animals.
None of this would be possible without YOU. THANK YOU!
Board of Directors
Do you have questions about about pets or Hallie Hill in general? Submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org for the chance to have them featured in the new “Ask Hallie Hill” section of The Howler. One or two questions will be answered each month!
Give the gift of warmth this holiday season!
Give a gift that is especially warm and fuzzy. Help us heat the Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary pet cabins by donating today!
Click here for more information and to donate today.
Join us at Red’s Ice House on Sunday, December 16th from 4pm-6pm for Paws and Claus, a pup-friendly holiday event raising awareness for Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary.
Bring your pups for a night full of holiday cheer, including a build-your-own pet stocking station and the chance to meet Santa Claus himself. The Sweet 16 of Red’s Annual Pup Bowl will be in attendance. Plus, iHeart Media will be on-site with some fantastic giveaways, including gift cards to Hollywood Feed and much more!
Click here for more information.
Christmas is a particularly busy time of year at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control
Center, and the five items below account for the majority of holiday calls.
1. CHOCOLATE, CHOCOLATE, CHOCOLATE
This tasty treat is hands-down the winner for most calls at Christmas
(Halloween and Valentine’s Day don’t even come close). Why?
Usually it’s because of wrapped chocolate gifts left under the
tree. And often a pet has shredded wrapping paper to get to
the treat, thus destroying the chance to learn exactly what ingredients
have been ingested. Also, with the growing popularity
of higher cocoa content, it takes even less candy to get our
four-legged friends into a world of trouble. To test your treatment
strategy, check out this chocolate ingestion case study.
2. TREE PRESERVATIVES
What is generally seen is mild gastrointestinal upset. However, if there is bacterial
contamination, the potential for gastrointestinal upset can be more significant.
Treatment plan? Dilute, monitor at home and move on. Read about some
more holiday ingestion worries.
Poinsettias are primarily mucous-membrane irritants – and
despite the worry they cause pet owners, the plants aren’t
usually too dangerous if treated properly. Check out our
poinsettia ingestion treatment article.
Guests. Winter colds. Kids home from school. This trifecta of
medication dangers calls for caution. Add the fact that worried pet owners generally
can’t remember how much medicine was actually in that little baggie that
the pup ate, and you can just feel a headache coming on. Any and all medications
need to be stored up high or in a locked cabinet. Check out our five tips to
avoid improper pet medication exposures.
Yes, some days we feel like going home and having a stiff drink
after dealing with all those chocolate cases. However, right now
we are talking about the little Chihuahua who likes to scale the
couch and help herself to the owner’s eggnog. The good news:
Pets usually vomit alcohol after ingestion. The bad news: Alcohol
is absorbed quickly