If you have lost your pet, the Humane Society of Utah urges you to visit your local Animal Control shelter first. The Humane Society of Utah does not take in as many strays as the Animal Control shelter does.Read More...
The community outreach department is the fastest growing and most dynamic new venture by the Humane Society
of Utah. The outreach department is responsible for off-site adoptions of Humane Society animals. This new concept
in animal welfare is aimed at bringing animals and education to the public.Read More...
Education Center Information
The Humane Society of Utah employs a full-time Education Director who provides colorful, informative and thought-provoking programs for grades preschool through senior high, covering topics from basic pet care to complex ethical and moral issues.Read More...
The Humane Society of Utah has an "open-door" policy. We are not a
limited-access facility. All domestic animals (excluding livestock) which are
turned in to our shelter are evaluated in terms of their adoptability. Factors
like temperament, age, health, etc. are considered before they are put up for