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The following are some frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and the Utah Humane Society's response. Contact us at if you have additional questions or concerns.

Utah Humane Society takes action in response to COVID-19

Murray, UT (Mar. 24, 2020) – Shelter clinic services ended temporarily and other organizational updates
The Utah Humane Society announced that it has suspended its clinic services in response to Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert’s executive order. The order states that health care facilities, including veterinary clinics, must postpone all elective surgeries and procedures on March 25, 2020, to preserve protective equipment needed by doctors and nurses treating patients with COVID-19. 

COVID-19 Response Updates

As we navigate through the challenges of this COVID-19 pandemic, the Utah Humane Society reinforces our ongoing commitment to the well-being of the animals in our care, the health and safety of our clients and their pets, our employees, volunteers, and our community. We will update this page with any new developments. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Read more on our COVID-19 FAQs page.

Shelter rabbits need homes, even in April

MURRAY, UT (Apr. 2, 2019) -- The Humane Society of Utah encourages rabbit adoption
Rabbits are surrendered to the Humane Society of Utah (HSU) throughout the year, and HSU encourages people to adopt a rabbit if they are interested in owning one as a pet. Instead of deterring would-be bunny owners during April, HSU seeks to educate about rabbits and adoption.

Fall in Love Adoption Special

MURRAY, UT (Nov. 12, 2018)

Fall in Love Adoption Special held Black Friday weekend

Mountain America Credit Union  presents fee-waived pet adoptions at the Humane Society of Utah