2nd Anniversary Halloween Party
| Oct 21st, 2013

Join us as we turn into Doom Room for a frightful, furry, fun Halloween and 2nd anniversary celebration!

We can’t believe we’ve been here two years already! We want to thank all of our wonderful supporters in the Claremont area for another great year. We have partnered with a great cause and will be donating all raffle proceeds to Pets of the Homeless. In addition, we are requesting that attendees bring in a new or gently used item for our donation bin.

We’ll have refreshments for spooky dogs and scary owners, plus prizes in our creepy costume contest! Have fun as your pooch chases the laser lights from our Doggy Disco or tries out our agility equipment. Come see old friends or meet new ones!

What is Pets of the Homeless? Pets of the Homeless is a nonprofit volunteer organization that provides pet food and veterinary care to the homeless and less fortunate in local communities across the United States and Canada. Their efforts have effects far beyond the care of the pets themselves. 3.5 million Americans are homeless. Between 5% to 10% of homeless people have dogs and/or cats. In some areas of the country the rate is as high as 24%. Zoom Room Claremont is proud to be a collection site for Pets of the Homeless.

Sponsored by Modern Mayhem, Corner Butcher Shop, Panera Bread and Trader Joe’s.

Zoomin’ Holiday Party
| Nov 29th, 2012

Celebrate the holidays Zoom Room style! This is a dog-friendly event! There will be treats for the guests and their humans, games and prizes. Please bring new or gently used towels, blankets, food, etc. (they need treats too!) for donation to Pets of the Homeless. Admission is $10, please RSVP in advance. Half of the admission fee is going to the Pets of the Homeless. Everyone that attends will be entered into the raffle for some wonderful prizes.

Holiday Pet Portraits
| Oct 29th, 2012

Join Zoom Room Claremont and True Emotions photographer Maria Kumlander for a wonderful holiday mini session. These are not snapshots but professionally finished portraits that will be cherished by your family and friends forever. Space is limited, call 909.333.6171 or click below to book your appointment.

Halloween and 1st Anniversary Party
| Oct 11th, 2012

Join us as we turn into Doom Room for a frightful, furry, fun Halloween and 1st anniversary celebration!

Wow, it’s hard to believe it’s been a year already! We want to thank all of our wonderful supporters in the Claremont area for a great year. We have partnered with a great cause and will be donating 50% of the proceeds to Pets of the Homeless. In addition, we are requesting that attendees bring in a new or gently used item for our donation bin, which will earn 15% off their purchase the day of the party.

We’ll have refreshments for spooky dogs and scary owners, plus prizes in our creepy costume contest! Have fun as your pooch chases the laser lights from our Doggy Disco or tries out our agility equipment. Come see old friends or meet new ones!

What is Pets of the Homeless? Pets of the Homeless is a nonprofit volunteer organization that provides pet food and veterinary care to the homeless and less fortunate in local communities across the United States and Canada. Their efforts have effects far beyond the care of the pets themselves. 3.5 million Americans are homeless. Between 5% to 10% of homeless people have dogs and/or cats. In some areas of the country the rate is as high as 24%. Zoom Room Claremont is proud to be a collection site for Pets of the Homeless.

Sponsored by Sprouts Farmer’s Market and Papa John’s Pizza.

She was the best dog ever!
| Oct 6th, 2012

We got Bonnie when I was 16. Right from the start, she bonded with me more than anyone else in the family. We couldn’t believe that there was someone out there that didn’t want her – she was so easy to train and listened so well.

My guardian Angels
| Oct 6th, 2012

It was around 6am and I took my boys for their morning walk near the foothills, when we came across two coyotes. I didn’t spot them at first, but my dogs did. I proceeded to yell and raise my arms, but the coyotes were not intimidated by me.

My sweet Scooter
| Oct 6th, 2012

Scooter is a special dog. He has some very special needs that have forced me to learn patience. Scooter was diagnosed with a type of doggy Down Syndrome. He is a very fearful dog who has trouble adapting to new people and especially new situations.

He’s always there when I need him
| Oct 6th, 2012

My dog shows me unconditional love. He is always there when I come from a long day’s work. I know when I open the front door, he will be standing there with his little face looking up at mine saying, “Hi, Mom. I missed you so much!” He is the most loyal dog I have every owned, just because he shows me so much affection and is always wanting to lay right on my lap and have me pet him.

Therapy dog visits hospital and reads with kids
| Oct 6th, 2012

Donut is a therapy dog that was rescued from a local shelter. He visits the children’s hospital, convalescent home, and local library on a monthly basis. Everywhere he goes, he puts smiles on people’s faces.

She is my demon chaser
| Oct 4th, 2012

Multiple Sclerosis is my demon. Annie, my 18 month friend is my motivation to stay strong so that I can walk her, train her, play with her. She rests her head in my hands when they are hurting so bad I can’t move them.

Very timid dog overcomes her tendencies to protect puppy
| Oct 4th, 2012

Allie Baba did not have much of an early family life. She joined our family when she was a over a year old, and this exceptionally shy Afghan Hound bonded and depended on Buddy, our resident Afghan. Buddy moved with us to California the year before from Nashville.

Chili Saved Me
| Oct 1st, 2012

Last year my mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. This was especially troubling because I had lost my father to this vicious disease just two years earlier. My mother was extremely difficult to deal with. I was depressed and stressed beyond belief.

The Roxinator helps dogs learn to be dogs
| Sep 29th, 2012

Roxy is a hero dog in many ways. He brought much joy to my mother in the last two years of her life. Always happy and always there when she needed a hug. Three years ago Roxy came to live with my family of two kids, two cats, one parrot and two dogs, not to mention a slew of foster dogs. It is with the foster dogs that Roxy is the hero.

Who Rescued Who?
| Sep 26th, 2012

My dog is a hero because she has brought me such comfort and happiness after being so sad and lonely. After losing my two best furry friends that I had over 10 years (they passed one month apart), I adopted Lady from a shelter. She was very sick with an upper respiratory infection. With a lot of patience I was able to nurse her back to health and since then she has given me unconditional love.

Darcy
| Sep 25th, 2012

My husband and I really wanted to start a family. Unfortunately, it was taking longer than we originally anticipated. Needless to say, things were getting kinda lonely around the house.