$5,000 reward offered for Utah puppy thrown from a car window
Did you know by not picking up after your dog, you’re putting other people and their pets at risk of exposure to harmful bacteria and parasites?
Beatrice, or Bea, for short, was 14-years old when she returned to the Humane Society of Utah’s Pet Resource Center in Murray. Her caregivers had adopted her from us years ago but needed to bring her back because they were moving to a place that didn’t accept bully breeds. Bea also had two large masses … Read More
You may have (or may not) have noticed that we no longer refer to ourselves as an “animal shelter” in our recent communications and are now calling ourselves a “Pet Resource Center.” In this three-part blog series, we’ll explain why.
This year, we secured protection for pets and additional protection for humans in domestic violence situations. We had a second big win in defeating a bill that would have opened the floodgates to puppy mills in Utah.
RHDV-2 Vaccine for Rabbits & Leptospirosis Vaccine for Dogs Available at our Murray Clinic beginning 4/18/22 Our affordable pet clinics in Murray, Utah and St. George, Utah will begin offering Leptospirosis vaccines to the public after Monday, April 18, 2022. Our Murray clinic will also be offering RHDV-2 Vaccines to pet rabbits by appointment at … Read More
Leo, a 4-year-old bully breed, was severely malnourished and suffering from what appeared to be extreme allergies, which had led to hair loss and skin infections all over his body.
Active law enforcement, animal control, and prosecutors are invited to attend the 2022 Animal Cruelty Training.Learn how to develop a solid case when investigating animal cruelty and neglect that will improve the likelihood of a successful prosecution. Discussion Will Include: With Guest Speaker, Jacob Kamins – State of Oregon Animal Cruelty DDA Since 2013, Jake … Read More
Kennedy is a sweet-spirited eight-year-old who’s been volunteering for the Humane Society of Utah’s Pet Resource Center in Murray since January 2022.
With so many training options available, it can be hard to figure out which is the best method for you and your pet. The animal training industry remains unregulated, leading to various opinions about what methods are the “right” methods. Evidence supports the use of reward-based methods for all canine training, along with the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior.