Idaho Humane Society
4775 Dorman Street
boise, Idaho 83705
The Idaho Humane Society is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization in the state of Idaho. The Society runs Idaho’s largest animal shelter for dogs, cats and other small animals, typically handling 15,000 animals per year.
Additionally, the I.H.S. operates it’s Rescue Ranch which shelters farm animals and horses, particularly those which have suffered from neglect or abuse.
We also operate a veterinary hospital which cares for both shelter animals and those belonging to the general public. The hospital performs over 7,000 spays and neuters per year, and also cares for thousands of injured animals each year.
The Idaho Humane Society contracts with the cities of Boise, Star and Eagle, as well as unincorporated Ada County, to provide animal control ordinance enforcement and cruelty investigation.
We provide educational opportunities for area youth, and many opportunities to help animals by volunteering or fostering a shelter animal.
We are also active in promoting legislation that improves conditions for the animals and pet owners of Idaho. Our community events such as See Spot Walk involve thousands of area pet lovers in support of animals.
The Idaho Humane Society is a private 501c3 organization that relies on donations to provide programs and services that benefit animals in Idaho.
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