Thanksgiving is a time centered on friends, family and food. “While it’s tempting to include our furry family members in the feast, Thanksgiving can carry some hazards for our pets,” cautions Dr. Ariella Samson, Chief Veterinary Officer at Humane Animal Rescue.
Each spring and summer, kittens inundate shelters across the community because warm weather encourages feline reproduction. We call this kitten season– a very busy time for the staff and volunteers here at Humane Animal Rescue.
Do you ever have questions about your pets and not know where to turn? Whether it’s about medical assistance, behavioral problems, or anything in between, we often first look to the internet for answers.
Do you own a barn, a winery, a brewery? How about a warehouse or a hardware store? Or even a greenhouse?
Free pet food? It seems too good to be true! Ellie’s Pet Pantry is Humane Animal Rescue’s initiative to ensure that no animal goes to bed hungry.
If you have visited either of our domestic shelters lately, you may have noticed the shiny, silver treat pails hanging from the dogs’ kennels.
A term that has been buzzing around the animal world lately is something called a “community cat.” What does that mean? Why should you care?
From a pet’s perspective, the Fourth of July is terrifying. Here they are just minding their own business, doing normal, everyday things, when suddenly there are huge booming noises and possibly lights flashing outside in the sky.
Kittens of all shapes and sizes have arrived at Humane Animal Rescue, and that mean that kitten season is upon us! What’s that?