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SNIP Spay / Neuter Incentive Program

The Big Fix-Snip Spay / Neuter Incentive Program The Western Arizona Humane Society is offering low-cost, affordable spay/neuter to pet    owners due to the very generous cooperation of the veterinary community, private donations, fundraising efforts, and a grant from the Companion Animal Spay/Neuter Pet Friendly License Plate Committee.   This commitment allows us to subsidize the true, higher cost of spay/neuter...

WAHS Announcements

WESTERN ARIZONA HUMANE SOCIETY ANNOUNCEMENTS HOURS OF OPERATION                 Office Hours                Mon-Sat          8-4.30pm                                                 Kennel Hours               Mon-Sat          10-4pm “WHISKERS & WAGS WEDNESDAY”   (First Wednesday of every...

Animal Services

Effective Sunday, July 1st, 2012 the Lake Havasu Police Department will be responsible for Animal Care & Control.   They can be reached at (928) 855-4111. If you are aware of a situation that you believe may harm or jeopardize animal welfare (such as animal abuse, neglect, injury, or endangerment) or public health or safety (such as a bite, attack, or harassment of a person by an animal), or that may otherwise be in...

Surrender a Pet

Bringing your pet to the Western Arizona Humane Society  can be a difficult decision to make. We would like you to know that we understand how hard it can be to relinquish a beloved pet and appreciate your choice to surrender your animal responsibly so that he or she will be safe and humanely cared for. As a private, nonprofit organization dependent on community contributions, we request a donation when an animal is admitted...

The Importance of Spay/Neuter

Pet overpopulation is a serious problem. It costs the lives of millions of animals and costs communities millions of dollars a year. Nationwide, the number of pets entering animal shelters is estimated to be 6 to 8 million. Only about 30 percent of dogs and 2 – 5 percent of cats are reclaimed by owners. Only about half of those remaining are adopted to new homes. The number of pets euthanized in shelters across the country...

License Your Dog

Your Dog’s Ticket Home…… Please protect your dog by maintaining their license.  It is their ticket home should you become separated, and it is also a requirement for public safety issues. Ensure that your dog is currently vaccinated against rabies. Dog owners are required by law to have their dogs vaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian and licensed: a) By the time the dog is three  months of age,...