Arizona Humane Society: Transforming Animal Welfare
For more than 60 years, the Arizona Humane Society has been committed to improving the lives of animals and serving the people of our community.
Posted: Friday Jan 15, 2021
Adopt a Pet - Pet Adoptions - Arizona Humane Society
Posted: (2 days ago) Adopt a Pet. Improve Your Life As Well As Theirs. Adopting a pet is an extremely rewarding decision, and we’re here to help you pick out the perfect furry family member. When you adopt a pet, not only are you adding to your family, you’re saving a life.
Adopt a Dog - Puppy Adoptions - Arizona Humane Society
Posted: (1 days ago) 📣Calling all pet lovers! It's the last day to t. How it started... How it's going. Life is looking. Remember Cindy Lou Who? This special Maine Coon ki. Stratus is a cat with a lot of heart! ️ Just . Yukie is staying cozy in his sweater while he wait. Playful Brun is staying active while he waits for .
Found a Pet - Arizona Humane Society
Posted: (2 days ago) Found a Pet? Thank you for trying to help a lost pet find its way back home. Pets sadly go missing all the time and there are a variety of different actions you can take to help when you’ve found a pet. Here are a few tips that can help you better your chances of returning a lost dog or cat to its family.
Arizona Humane Society's Pet Resource Center
Posted: (6 days ago) Pet Resource Center. The Arizona Humane Society’s Pet Resource Center is an empathetic team of trained professionals dedicated to providing resources to Valley pet owners, keeping pets in homes and helping to save lives. If you find yourself struggling with your pet and need assistance, we may be able to help.
Foster a Pet - Arizona Humane Society
Posted: (2 days ago) Foster A Pet Open Your Home to a Foster Animal in Need Fostering is an amazing way to help give second chances to animals who need time away from the shelter to heal from injury or illness.
Pet Financial Resources - Arizona Humane Society
Posted: (3 days ago) Pet Care Affordability Options. We realize that there are many different obstacles a family can face that affect how and if they can continue to care for their pet. We want to do all we can to help you keep your pet in your home. And while we can’t always be the solution, we want you to know the following resources are also available to you.
Lost a Pet - Arizona Humane Society
Posted: (1 days ago) Lost a Pet? We know the sinking feeling that comes with discovering your furry best friend is missing. The sooner you begin your search, the better your chances of being reunited with your lost pet. Take the following steps both inside and outside your neighborhood to help improve your chances of finding your pet: 1.
Surrender Your Pet; Alternatives, Options and Resources - AHS
Posted: (2 days ago) Surrender Fees. While the needs of each animal in our care differ, it costs an average of more than $1,000 to care for each pet who enters our shelter. While our surrender fees likely won’t cover the full cost of care for your pet, they will help provide us the necessary resources to keep your pet safe and healthy while we search for a new, loving family.