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Humane Society goes virtual during Covid-19 crisis

Humane Society goes virtual during Covid-19 crisis

April 6, 2020 (Ann Arbor, MI) – Like many other animal shelters in Michigan, HSHV is offering only essential services and following all official recommendations to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Adoptions and animal intakes are by appointment only. The outpatient veterinary clinic is no longer performing outpatient sterilizations or other ... Read More

Walk & Wag and Run

Please join us for the 41st annual Walk & Wag and Run — the area’s best pup party and an essential fundraiser for the homeless, injured and abused animals in our community! Sign up to be a walker, runner, or cat napper and play your part in saving animals’ lives.

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Now offering Veterinary Housecalls

Know a dog, cat... or person who doesn't like going to the vet? Who would find it more comfortable and convenient to have a veterinarian come to your home? Sit, stay; we'll come to you! The HSHV Veterinary Clinic now offers in-home wellness and end-of-life care. Services performed by our ... Read More
Animals and COVID-19

Animals and COVID-19

As you may have recently heard in the news, a tiger in the Bronx zoo became mildly ill and tested positive for COVID-19. There have also been media reports about a small study just published suggesting that domestic cats are susceptible. Dogs may be vulnerable too, but the evidence points ... Read More