Humane Society of Utah

4242 SOUTH 300 WEST
Murry, UT 84107
(801) 261-2919

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Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations

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Dogs:  YesCats:  Yes
Critters:  NoVolunteer program:  Yes
Foster homes needed:  YesLow-cost spay & neuter:  Yes
Puppy classes:  NoDog behavior classes:  No
Cat behavior classes:  NoAgility classes:  No
Animal assisted therapy:  NoFeral cat program:  Yes
Microchipping:  YesLow-cost vaccine:  Yes
Humane education:  NoAnimal hospital:  No
Pet loss support:  NoPet survivor program:  No
Owner assistance services:  NoPrograms for kids/teens:  Yes
Prison dog program:  NoDogs:  Yes
Cats:  YesSmall dog only:  Yes
Older dog only:  YesVolunteer program:  Yes
Foster homes needed:  YesSanctuary:  Yes
Feral cat program:  YesMicrochipping:  Yes
Low-cost vaccine:  YesPet survivor program:  No
Spay & neuter support:  YesOwner assistance service:  No
Programs for kids & teens:  No

“The Humane Society of Utah accepts as many as 50 animals a day of all kinds who are abandoned, littered, stray/ferrals, or in need of adoption for some other reason. They give them any medical attention that might be needed, feed, clean, fix, exercise, and generally take the steps necessary to bring the animal healthy and ready for adoption. They handle the adoptions in a second building and in a third they also have a clinic where people who've adopted from the Society can bring in their animals for their remaining immunizations or for any animal owner to have their cat spayed and neutered.”

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5posted: August 22nd, 2008

Wonderful Organization Doing a Lot of Good

The Humane Society of Utah is one of the best organizations there is. When my mom found me she brought be there for my immunizations and to be neutered. Because of how impressed she was when she wanted to get another cat my mom and dad chose to adopt from there and I got a wonderful little brother who also was rescued, neutered and immunized by them. They run a great program, volunteers help with fostering needs and that is how my sister came to be with us- my mom volunteered to foster a cat and her litter until they were old enough to be put up for adoption at the Center and we just couldn't let go of one of them. They offer low cost vaccinations and help with the pet population by fixing all the animals that come in and offering low cost spay/neutering as well. We highly recommend anyone who wants a pet to check out the cats, dogs, and other animals for adoption at the Society... you'll be sure to find someone who needs and loves you as much as you will them!


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