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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
2019 HYA Award Winners

Local compassionate teens win Humane Youth Awards

Ann Arbor, MI (October 17, 2019) The Humane Society of Huron Valley’s (HSHV) second annual Humane Youth Awards recognize three local teens who are working to make a more compassionate community for both humans and animals. Katie Moore, 16, has been a Junior Volunteer at HSHV for four years and ... 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), and all proceeds help the homeless, abused and injured animals right here in our community.

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Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Did you know that HSHV is a vegetarian organization? We don’t ever use donor money or sponsor events that entail meat (for human consumption, that is; feeding animals is a bit trickier) and are careful to avoid or to consider the sourcing of other animal-based food and products. We do ... Read More