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Dead and Sick Puppies Seized from Ypsilanti Pet Store

Animal Cruelty Investigators from the Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) seized seven puppies, dozens of reptiles and small mammals from Pet City Pets in Ypsilanti Township.  ... Read More

Yoga with Cats

Bring peace to your mind and body while filling your heart with joy as you help the animals!

Our Yoga with Cats classes are offered twice a week at the Tiny Lions lounge and adoption Center, and are great for any level yogi. Just $10 per class (10th class is FREE) — but there’s a January 2020 special for just $8/class!!!— and all proceeds help the homeless, abused and injured animals right here in our community.

Gift certificates available, too!  See more and sign up at TinyLions.org/yoga

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Now offering Veterinary Housecalls

Know a dog, cat... or person who doesn't like going to the vet? Who would find it more comfortable and convenient to have a veterinarian come to your home? Sit, stay; we'll come to you! The HSHV Veterinary Clinic now offers in-home wellness and end-of-life care. Services performed by our ... Read More
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For those crying Wolf

If you’ve heard of Ann Arbor’s annual deer killing you have probably heard that deer are overpopulated due to a loss of natural predators, specifically wolves, leaving us no choice but to hire sharpshooters. Since it continues to be repeated by elected officials as the basis for expensive public policy, ... Read More