Written by shelter pets, for the shelter pets. Hey there! My name is Josie, but you can think of me as your eyes and ears of SafeHaven Humane Society. I was once sitting where all my friends are…waiting for a human to take me home. I am only two years old and yet I’ve already … Continue reading The Dog’s Blog
Golden-eyed, tuxedo cat, Michael, is one lucky feline. He met his ‘Mom’, Sharon Baum, at SafeHaven when he was seven months old. His outgoing personality was a ‘purrfect’ match for Sharon. Sharon previously had several dogs that she loved dearly, including her longtime best friend, Baron, a feisty SafeHaven alum, who passed away in 2015. … Continue reading Catio – A Cat Patio, Get it?
Every year SafeHaven Humane Society saves thousands of dogs, cats, rabbits and other small animals. Our Inner Circle program offers donors the opportunity to make a monthly impact ensuring that our animals are given food, shelter, and medical care. Here's how your support can make a difference during the year: $10/month provides an enrichment toy … Continue reading Inner Circle Members Make an Impact
More pics of Win... thanks to foster care provider Carly Jo for the pics and her over 8 years of SafeHaven foster care service!! Learn more about our Foster Care program on our website.
Dear SafeHaven, Rocky and Shadow are both doing great. After arriving back in Utah they spent a week together with me and my friend Fred and his wife stopped over several times with their puppy Sadie. Shadow was very shy at first but on their second visit, he seemed much more relaxed with them. This … Continue reading Happy Tail: Rocky and Shadow (Part 1)
Volunteering in our Foster Care Program is an extremely rewarding opportunity both for individuals and for families. Foster volunteers provide care and a loving temporary home to an animal in need until it is ready for adoption.
Late last year, Kim rescued 300 dogs from one of these meat farms and worked with rescue organizations like SafeHaven to find them new homes. One of those dogs, “Eggroll” or “Eggy” as she’s affectionately called, was adopted by SafeHaven’s intake receptionist, Heidi Smith.
Every 11 seconds, one healthy dog or cat is euthanized in the United States. That comes to 3-4 million healthy, adoptable animals euthanized every year for pet population control. It’s a huge problem nationally and worldwide. What difference can one person possibly make?
At SafeHaven, our Enrichment and Training Department is dedicated to helping people build and maintain happy, lifelong relationships with their pets. From obedience classes to private training, our goal is to be a resource for the communities we serve and to help owners experience the many rewards of pet ownership.