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Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet Food Donates Over 27,000 Pounds of Premium Nutrition to the Humane Society of Utah

COS COB, CT, (September 12, 2017) - - Part of National Fill A Bowl… Feed A Soul™ Effort to Provide 1 Million Meals to Shelters

Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet Food, a leading super-premium pet food company, delivered 27,180 pounds of their nutritious pet food to help feed animals at the Humane Society of Utah (HSU) in Murray, Utah. The donation is part of the pet food company’s Fill A Bowl… Feed A Soul™ (FABFAS) program, a national campaign targeting one million meals for shelter pets annually.

Pet safety tips during July holidays

MURRAY, UT (June 28, 2017) -- Firework and party safety tips for pet owners from the Humane Society of Utah

 

The Humane Society of Utah adoption center will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 4, 2017.

 

The July 4 and 24 holidays bring fun, food and fireworks that can cause harm to pets. Animals may be injured during barbeques or go missing during firework displays.

 

Utah law allows an extended opportunity for fireworks to be discharged July 1-7 and 21-27 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and until midnight July 4 and 24.

 

Dog killed in kennel by pellet gun, $5,000 reward offered

 

MURRAY, UT (May 27, 2017) -- Humane Society of Utah offers reward for the arrest in dog shooting case

 

The Humane Society of Utah (HSU) announced that it is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for shooting a Red Heeler dog named Jazman in the fenced yard of his home in Helper, Utah. The HSU hopes the reward assists the Helper Police Department in obtaining information required to identify and charge the person responsible for killing this dog in its own home.

 

Family dog sentenced to death under archaic Utah law

MURRAY, UT (May 24, 2017) -- Humane Society of Utah defends Santaquin family dog from death

 

A Santaquin, Utah family dog named Dexter has been sentenced to death under an archaic city ordinance. Dexter, a male 5-year-old Australian Shepherd, escaped the Bray family’s fenced backyard and allegedly bit a teenage girl. According to the police report, “the bite did not break any skin.” The Humane Society of Utah believes a death penalty is an overreaction based on the city ordinance’s broad definition of a vicious dog.

 

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