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All Bark and All Bite for Philanthropy

Suba Bleu

Suba Bleu, a Humane Society of Utah alum, is a real community advocate! As Mark Miller Subaru’s Love Promise Ambassador, Suba Bleu Miller spends his 9-5 spreading love in our community. He’s a true believer in rolling in the dirt and getting his paws muddy not just to walk the walk but to bark the bark and be an example of the Subaru Love Promise.

Meet John, our November Volunteer of the Month!

Dog lover John is one of the Humane Society's longest regular volunteers, with almost 10 years of weekly volunteer shifts. During his time volunteering with us, he has donated over 1,000 hours of his time to benefit the dog at HSU. Through rain, snow, or shine, we can always count on John to head in and make sure each dog gets out for their first walk of the day.

Halloween pet safety tips 2019

MURRAY, UT (Oct. 22, 2019) -- The Humane Society of Utah reminds pet owners to keep pets safe during holiday events
The Halloween season can be a scary time for pets. Holiday festivities may be stressful for furry family members, and the Utah Humane Society cautions pet owners to avoid taking their pet to public areas where moving decorations and scary sounds may cause them undue stress.  

What is Coordinated Entry?

A Coordinated Entry System (CES) is a process to ensure that people with pets who are experiencing a resource or housing crisis are quickly identified, assessed, referred, and connected to available resources.


Meet Our New Executive Director

Photo of Vaughn Maurice with one of his two dogs, Nadia.
My name is Vaughn Maurice, and I’m honored to introduce myself as the new executive director for the Humane Society of Utah. I have worked in animal welfare professionally for over 11 years, and I’m passionate about helping both people and their pets.

Tips for Hiking with your Dog

You might not know, but Utah Humane Society has a team of certified animal behavior experts. They work with the long-term animals in our care to give them the skills and manners they need to be the best furry citizens and companions they can be. They also provide opportunities to help you with your pets, too!