R0CCO Hi guys. Here is Rocco the little guy we adopted in April 2014. He was very ski-dish, afraid of teenagers, and would potty any-time someone tried to touch him. Fast forward three years later and he is the proud award winner of "BEST IN SHOW" for the local Indian Creek Dog Show. He wears his hundreds of T-Shirts proudly and even dresses himself with help. He graduated as top dog from advanced dog training.   All the judges pointed out how he proudly sticks his chest out and prances when walking right next to his mama even thou on a leash he never moves from her side unless asked to.  He is an amazing little guy and is as loved as any pet we have ever had. His adoption photo is in the comments.  He was a ugly little guy, and snores like a old man, but he is our Handsome little guy now.  Thank you guys so much for allowing him into our lives.  The Williams Family .                     HAPPY TRAILS

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If you are looking to add to your family, just browsing, looking for a lost pet or interested in becoming a member of the WVHS family of volunteers, you will find everything that you need on this website.
Phone Front Desk        208-455-5920 Animal Welfare-Jessica      208-455-5924 Volunteer/Foster- Angela    208-455-5928 Vet Clinic                             208-455-5926 Development- Lisa              208-455-5929 Adoptions                            208-455-5930
Physical Address West Valley Humane Society 5801 Graye Lane Caldwell, ID 83607 Hours Monday - Saturday 11am - 7pm Sunday - Closed
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Kennel Enrichment and Educational/Information West Valley Humane Society is reaching out to our community!  We are still working towards growing our kennel enrichment program.   If you are able to give, please click on the link below to purchase Kong toys or puzzle toys to help keep our animals happy & entertained while they await their forever homes!  Thank you :)   Kong toys are a wonderful way to provide hours of entertainment for the dogs.  We could also use peanut butter, xylazine-free please!  Other puzzle toys are also welcome.
CALL GOING OUT: MORE KITTEN FOSTERS NEEDED!!!  Update- July 27, 2017! Thank you to our community foster parents who have volunteered to help us with these little lives! We are overflowing with kittens needing fosters right now! We have mama cats with babies and kittens on their own. If you want to foster some kittens, you can take your pick of the litters!  Foster parents are needed for many kitty litters:                                                      If you are interested in giving these small litters a temporary home -please contact Kierra asap at : 208-455-5930 or email foster@westvalleyhumanesociety.org. Click here to access/download foster application: Foster Application Thank you to all the foster parents who have stepped up to help during this busy time of year for new born kittens! (Please note, there cannot have been any instance of ringworm or Panleuk in your home for the kittens protection.)
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CALL GOING OUT: MORE KITTEN FOSTERS NEEDED!!!  Update- July 27, 2017! Thank you to our community foster parents who have volunteered to help us with these little lives! We are overflowing with kittens needing fosters right now! We have mama cats with babies and kittens on their own. If you want to foster some kittens, you can take your pick of the litters!  Foster parents are needed for many kitty litters:                                                       If you are interested in giving these small litters a temporary home -please contact Kierra asap at : 208-455-5930 or email foster@westvalleyhumanesociety.org. Click here to access/download foster application: Foster Application Thank you to all the foster parents who have stepped up to help during this busy time of year for new born kittens!
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Volunteer Orientation class will be on the following dates:   November 16th at 5:30 pm
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Non Profit, Open Admission Shelter - West Valley Humane Society, Caldwell Idaho
Physical Address West Valley Humane Society 5801 Graye Lane Caldwell, ID 83607 Hours Monday - Saturday 11am - 7pm Sunday - Closed
R0CCO Hi guys. Here is Rocco the little guy we adopted in April 2014. He was very ski-dish, afraid of teenagers, and would potty any-time someone tried to touch him. Fast forward three years later and he is the proud award winner of "BEST IN SHOW" for the local Indian Creek Dog Show. He wears his hundreds of T-Shirts proudly and even dresses himself with help. He graduated as top dog from advanced dog training.   He is an amazing little guy and is as loved as any pet we have ever had. His adoption photo is in the comments.  He was a ugly little guy, and snores like a old man, but he is our Handsome little guy now.  Thank you guys so much for allowing him into our lives.  The Williams Family .                     HAPPY TRAILS
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Phone Front Desk                         208-455-5920 Animal Welfare-Jessica            208-455-5924 Volunteer/Foster- Angela          208-455-5928 Vet Clinic                                   208-455-5926 Development- Lisa                    208-455-5929 Adoptions - Kierra                     208-455-5930
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We are reaching out to our wonderful community looking for volunteers! We need foster families to open up their hearts and homes to underage kittens and momma cats with un-weaned kittens! You provide the loving home until they become old enough to be adopted and we provide all the supplies you need to care for these babies. Interested? Have questions? Please contact Kierra at (208)455-5930 foster@westvalleyhumanesociety.org
                                                                         GivingTuesday! GivingTuesday reminds us that there is real joy in giving! As much for the donor as the recipient. It changes lives and gives a second chance to the less fortunate! Be the difference for someone in need!! Lets make this giving season unforgettable! Together we can accomplish great things! When we put our hearts and hands into a project, dreams become reality.. Step forward, reach out and help! Donate! Fundraise! Share! Save the date.. #GivingTuesday is November 28th
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Volunteer Orientation class will be on the following dates:  November 16th at 5:30 pm
Thousands of animals become lost, are abandoned or surrendered in our community every year... This is Beckett's story: Beckett came to us as a stray on December 27th, 2016.  He was afraid and alone during one of the worst winters in Idaho’s history.  He survived snow, ice and below freezing temperatures at night. Beckett managed to evade capture from animal control  for a couple of weeks before exhaustion and starvation finally got the better of him.  When he was brought into the shelter, he could no longer hold his own weight to stand.  He didn't want to move, he was dehydrated and severely underweight. Beckett is over 10 years old. We gave him a big, fluffy dog bed to sleep on and provided him with plenty of food and water. This old boy needed lots of rest! And he slept for days. But his owner never came for him. Beckett rested for a week and even after that,..... Click Here to read the rest of Beckett’ story
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