Wet Nose Wednesday

  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Dobby

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Dobby

    What my friends at the shelter have to say about me:“Master Has Given Dobby A Sock. Master Has Presented Dobby With Clothes! Dobby Is Free!” Much like the character he’s named after, Dobby is a sweet boy who is loyal to the people he loves. Dobby is a bit of a shy boy who needs…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Joker!

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Joker!

    Joker travelled all the way from Texas in search of his forever home. He is as his name suggests, a little joker, silly and FUN! The shelter he came from did also let us know that he was playgroup approved meaning he did great with other dogs. He is a high energy athletic dog, lean…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Lady!

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Lady!

    Meet Lady!Lady is a loveable girl who enjoys watching the world through her window. Lady would love to find a home that can give her plenty of attention and playtime. Lady’s previous owners described her as a laid back and mellow girl who loves to be around her people. Lady was reported to do well…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Rosie!

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Rosie!

    Rosie is a lovable girl looking for a quiet home where she can spend her days relaxing or napping with her people. Rosie is an independent girl who enjoys cuddling but also loves her quiet time. If you’re looking for a mellow companion to relax and spend time with, Rosie would love to be your…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Rose

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Rose

    Rose is ready to bloom with a new family! She would benefit most from an active family ready to bring her along on all the adventures but does need a home with children over 12 years old that can respect this sensitive lady’s space. Rose is known to resource guard her food from other dogs…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Sammy!

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Sammy!

    This lovely lady is Sammy! Sammy is looking for a quiet home where she doesn’t have to worry about sharing her people with other animals and would prefer a home without children. If you’re looking for an older companion dog to lounge around and watch tv with, come meet with Sammy today! Please visit this…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Annie!

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Annie!

    Annie came to IHS as a surrender to find someone to treat her like royalty! Annie is an older gal who enjoys keeping things mellow and relaxed. She would love to find a quiet home where she can get plenty of love and treats, and when needed, so much quiet time. Annie isn’t a fan…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Nola!

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Nola!

    Nola is a sweet older gal looking for her new best friend. She is reportedly good with children of varying ages but would love to be the queen of her castle without any furry friends to worry about. Nola is a smart girl with quite a few tricks she is dying to show off including…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Stu!

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Stu!

    Meet Stu!New environments make me nervous and will slow introductions to new places and thing. I would love a calm home with plenty of treats and places to hop! I love to explore to my heart’s content with plenty of places to dig for treasure treats, chewable toys for my dental hygiene and hammocks/huts/and holes…

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  • Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Sammy!

    Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Sammy!

    Meet Sammy! This handsome boy with his floppy ear is ready to find his forever home! Sammy loves cuddles and loves to be in the company of his family. His previous owners mentioned that Sammy is a sweet and mellow boy who’s very curious and loves to explore. Like most senior kitties, Sammy is looking…

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The Idaho Humane Society is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization and veterinary charity in the state. We are a private 501(c)3 organization that relies on donations to provide programs and services that benefit animals in Idaho.


Mission
The mission of the Idaho Humane Society is to advocate for the welfare and responsible care of animals, protect them from neglect and cruelty, and promote humane education, awareness, and compassion. We believe that because domestic animals are a product of human intervention, we have a special obligation to them in regard to humane treatment and responsible stewardship.


Vision
The Idaho Humane Society will continue to grow and meet the demand to shelter, feed, provide medical attention to, and find adoptive homes for abandoned and abused animals in our community; to educate Idahoans about the proper care of their own pets; to prevent animal overpopulation; and to promote kindness to animals. We envision a humane Idaho in which healthy and adoptable animals are no longer euthanized, and both domestic animals and wildlife are treated with compassion and respect.


For more information contact them at (208) 342-3508
info@idahohumanesociety.org.  Find them online at https://idahohumanesociety.org/