Many of the dogs that come to HSHA bring with them challenging behaviors that may impede adoption. Because HSHA believes that every animal deserves a chance, we have implemented our Behavioral Care Program to address and correct these behaviors. Our behavior team works one-on-one with these dogs, and many of them go on to be successful adoptees in loving new homes.
Some pet owners experience challenging behaviors in their pets and may even consider giving their pet up to the Humane Society as a result. Before turning to this option, consider contacting us for guidance on possible solutions to the problem.
For behavioral advice, please use the form below. Please note: HSHA receives many behavioral inquiries, and we may not be able to respond immediately. However, you will receive a response in no longer than one week.
We are currently in need of paper towels, non-clumping kitty litter, non-scented clorox bleach, sturdy dog toys, dry kitten chow food and cat toys. If you'd like to help out, please drop some off at the shelter!
We have several dogs and cats that are looking for a foster home. If you think you may be able to help, please visit our Fosters Needed page.
February | Glove Drive Campaign ALL MONTH
February 13-18 | Shelter Sweetheart Week
April 23-29 | Volunteer Appreciation Week
May 6 | 5k Run/Walk for the Animals
CFC (Combined Federal Campaign) – 77697
SECA (State Employees Combined Appeal) – 4401-0027
United Way – 3022