take your dog hiking but aren’t sure how to get started? Well, you’re in luck, because it’s as easy as FELT! That’s Fitness, Equipment, Location, and Training!
UPDATE: This special has ended. Thank you for helping to make it a success! Feeling alone in the universe? Come visit the Humane Society of Utah Cat Colonies! We have so many cats looking for an earthing to beam them up and teach them the best part about humanity: LOVE! Our cats are all spayed/neutered, … Read More
**The inclusion of a service, organization or program in this listing is NOT an endorsement or recommendation. We are not able to guarantee the quality of services. We strongly suggest that you check them out yourself before using a specific service. ** Housing and Homelessness Affordable and Low Income Utah Community Action1307 S 900 W, … Read More
A rough start for a tiny bunny Lily is a red-eyed floof of a bunny with silky, white angora fur. Weighing only three pounds, she’s tiny as in teeny tiny. Yet despite Lily’s small frame, her guardian, Cynthia says, “she’s one feisty gal! But she had a really rough start in life, so it could … Read More
Firework season can be a scary time for pets. Keep your pets safe by following these tips. Exercise your pet on the morning of the holidays when you think there may be fireworks This will get extra anxiety out and calm your pet down before the night begins Keep pets inside and away from loud … Read More
In our last blog post entitled ‘What’s in a Name? Pet Resource Center’, we explained why we’re no longer referring to ourselves as an “animal shelter” and are now calling ourselves a “Pet Resource Center.” This follow-up post will expand on why the Humane Society of Utah has adopted this new model by showcasing the educational services we provide through behavior and humane education.
Humane Society of Utah (HSU) offers half off all adoption fees through June 30, during the Summer of Love adoption special. Each pet for adoption has been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and medically and behaviorally assessed.
Throughout my life and career, change is something that I have welcomed. Change helps us grow,
challenge ourselves and expand our perspectives.
We are thrilled to introduce you to our Medical Director, Dr. Katie Gray, DVM, who oversees all medical activities in our new spay, neuter and vaccination clinic in St. George.
It may be true that you can’t buy happiness, but you can adopt a cat, and we think that’s pretty dang close! June is National Adopt a Cat Month, and coming in on the heels of “kitten season” (the period of the year in which the most kittens are born), it’s the perfect time to think about adding a feline to the family.