In the last two years, the Humane Society of Utah has seen a large influx of doodle dogs surrendered to our shelter. This blog will address why and what you should consider before bringing home one of these popular dogs.
Safe Houseplants for Cats
With spring right around the corner, many people are gearing up for green leaves and bright blossoms. Adding plants to your home can be exciting and fun, but did you know some plants pose a danger to your furry friends? It’s important to get familiar with safe houseplants for cats!
Fearful Dog Gets a Second Chance
Maverick came to HSU’s Pet Resource Center in Murray. He was a fearful dog who needed a little help from our team of certified dog trainers.
A Long Road To Recovery
After her first surgery, Lady went into our Foster Program under the care of Caitlin Lisle, our Humane Education Director.
Leash reactivity- where do I start?
Leash Reactivity is a term that many humans who own dogs are unaware of, and when they hear it, they don’t know what it means or looks like. Leash reactivity is an on-leash dog barking, growling, lunging, etc., at a trigger.
Enriching Your Cat’s Life
Are the 3:00 AM zoomies causing havoc to your beauty sleep? Or are the mopey meows getting you down? We know how much you love your feline friend, but lately, the beat-up and tired wand toy hasn’t performed like it used to. Enriching your cat’s life isn’t hard to do, and with these tips, you’re sure to add some spark to your sweet fur baby’s life!
What to Expect When You’re Expecting… a New Furry Friend!
Have you ever wondered what the process of adopting from the Humane Society of Utah looks like? Well, we’ve got you covered! In just 5 easy steps, you can bring home a new best friend!
Pebbles, The Itty Bitty Kitten That Could
Pebbles, an itty bitty kitten weighing less than two pounds, arrived at the Humane Society of Utah’s St. George Clinic in the Summer of 2021.
2022’s Most Memorable Adoptions
We love ALL the animals who come through our doors, but we wanted to share the most memorable adoptions of 2022.
Rabbit Hoarding Increases In 2022
Cats and dogs are the most common victims of animal hoarding cases. Yet, HSU has seen a significant increase in rabbit hoarding in 2022.