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HSU statement on abandonment of three dogs in Woods Cross

In the midst of holiday celebration, we’re sadly reminded of the gruesome suffering some animals endure. Three extremely emaciated dogs were abandoned in a Woods Cross, Utah, home when the owners were evicted. We’re thankful to Davis County Animal Control for taking care of these dogs and to the police for their due diligence in arresting the couple responsible. The Humane Society of Utah asks that the Luceros are held responsible for these acts of animal cruelty and be charged to the full extent of the law.

Home for the Pawlidayz

BEST FRIENDS ANIMAL SOCIETY AND HUMANE SOCIETY OF UTAH ANNOUNCE HOME FOR THE PAWLIDAYZ PET ADOPTIONS 

For the second year, a generous donor will sponsor free pet adoptions from Black Friday through Cyber Monday  

 

Community Connection with HSU

Several times each year KBYU Eleven invites non-profit organizations on Community Connection, our short, interview-style program featuring host Tracy Christensen. Community Connection provides an opportunity to share information about your organization with the KBYU viewing audience.  

 

Click the image to watch our episode.

Provo man arrested for torturing, killing multiple cats

MURRAY, UTAH (Nov. 17, 2016) -- The Humane Society of Utah responds to arrest and asks for maximum penalty 

 

Spencer Pedersen, a 26-year-old male, was arrested by Provo police officers Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2017, on reports of torturing and killing eight cats in Provo, Utah. A witness reported finding the dead cats in his backyard over the past few weeks. One cat was found with a rope around its neck and one in a nearby trash can near Pedersen’s residence. 

 

$1,000 reward offered for dog shot, killed in Uintah County

MURRAY, UTAH (Oct. 14, 2016) -- Humane Society of Utah adds a reward for the arrest in dog shooting case

 

The Humane Society of Utah (HSU) is adding $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for shooting a Doberman dog named Chunk in Gusher, Utah. The HSU hopes the reward assists the Uintah County Animal Control and Shelter in obtaining information required to identify and charge whoever is responsible for this allegedly intentional act of senseless animal cruelty.

 

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