Leaving your pet at a shelter is heartbreaking for you and the animal, and should only be done as a last resort. Here are some resources to help you keep your pet at home.

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BEHAVIORAL HELP

Cat not using the litterbox? Dog chewing up the furniture? Get behavioral help.

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PET FOOD ASSISTANCE

Thanks to community donations, we have a pet food bank ready to help you.

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TEMPORARY SHELTER

If you have an emergency, we may be able to harbor your animal short-term.

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DOG TRAINING

Yes! We have affordable dog training classes at HSHV, even for “Reactive Rovers.”

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PET FRIENDLY APARTMENTS

Landlord not pet-friendly? Find area apartments that are, here.

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REHOME ON YOUR OWN

Adopt-A-Pet can help you find an adopter on your own.