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50% off adult dogs through July 18

50% off adult dogs through July 18

Adopt an adult dog (over 6 months of age) for 50% OFF through July 18, 2021!  And this includes their FREE microchip, and spay/neuter surgery. See our adoptable dogs here, or stop in! We're open M-W 11-6, Th-Fri 11-7 and Sa-Sun 11-5 for adoptions. Regular adoption policies apply, as always ... Read More
Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners commended by HSHV for opposing wildlife killing contests

Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners commended by HSHV for opposing wildlife killing contests

Ann Arbor, MI (July 9, 2021) — The Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) applauds the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners for passing a resolution Wednesday opposing wildlife killing contests in Michigan and encouraging the state to ban them outright. The resolution notes that such contests promote indiscriminate killing, are ... Read More

Pets & Pajamas is back!

Kids, enjoy special after-hours time just for you and the animals! On select Friday nights, youth are invited to a movie and hands-on animal time at HSHV!

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Please don't feed the bears... or the greedy humans

Please don’t feed the bears… or the greedy humans

As summer comes to a close but our need for safe outdoor recreation does not, we need to be cautious about engaging in activities that sustain cruelty. Although I didn't watch it, I hear Tiger King's Joe Exotic now has a personal understanding of why wild animals don't belong in ... Read More