Congratulations to Toneek with his new Adoption Family!      HAPPY TRAILS
Non Profit, Open Admission Shelter -  Pending Kennel Space-West Valley Humane Society, Caldwell Idaho

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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 Cats 208-455-5924 Volunteers 208-455-5928 Community Service 208-455-5926
Physical Address West Valley Humane Society 5801 Graye Lane Caldwell, ID 83607 Hours Monday - Saturday 11am - 7pm Sunday - Closed
WEST VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY
MISSION STATEMENT Providing professional and compassionate animal services through shelter, adoption, educational programs, population control and health care services while remaining fiscally responsible.
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In response to a note and comments that have been posted on the Bunny Project and or own Facebook page recently, we would like to correct the record.   There have been many false and misleading statements, as well as statements that have been taken out of context.  West Valley Humane Society does NOT euthanize for kennel space.  In the note, a staff member requested that an animal be euthanized “today” as space was needed in H2. The facts are as follows:  H2 stands for Holding 2. Holding 2 kennels are dedicated to animals that are ill and/or have aggression and behavioral issues.  There are 22 kennels in H2.  At the time that this note was written, April, 2016, we also had 22 dogs which were being held for parvo observation by the Veterinarian.  The animal was microchipped when it came into the shelter and staff tried numerous times over several days to reach the owners and left messages for the owners to come and pick up the dog.  The animal was extremely aggressive.  The severe aggression is the only reason the dog was euthanized.  The note was simply requesting that the veterinarian euthanize same day. Even if the kennels had been empty, this animal would have been euthanized due to the aggression.   -WVHS Board.
Congratulations to Toneek with his new Adoption Family!      HAPPY TRAILS

Welcome

A message from the WVHS family:

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 Cats 208-455-5924 Volunteers 208-455-5928 Community Service 208-455-5926
Physical Address West Valley Humane Society 5801 Graye Lane Caldwell, ID 83607 Hours Monday - Saturday 11am - 7pm Sunday - Closed
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In response to a note and comments that have been posted on the Bunny Project and or own Facebook page recently, we would like to correct the record.   There have been many false and misleading statements, as well as statements that have been taken out of context.  West Valley Humane Society does NOT euthanize for kennel space.  In the note, a staff member requested that an animal be euthanized “today” as space was needed in H2. The facts are as follows:  H2 stands for Holding 2. Holding 2 kennels are dedicated to animals that are ill and/or have aggression and behavioral issues.  There are 22 kennels in H2.  At that time that this note was written, April, 2016, we also had 22 dogs which were being held for parvo observation by the Veterinarian.  The animal was microchipped when it came into the shelter and staff tried numerous times over several days to reach the owners and left messages for the owners to come and pick up the dog.  The animal was extremely aggressive.  The severe aggression is the only reason the dog was euthanized.  The note was simply requesting that the veterinarian euthanize same day. Even if the kennels had been empty, this animal would have been euthanized due to the aggression.   -WVHS Board.
Non Profit, Open Admission Shelter (Pending Available Kennel Space) - West Valley Humane Society, Caldwell Idaho
Phone Front Desk 208-455-5920 Cats 208-455-5924 Volunteers 208-455-5928 DONATIONS 208-455-5928 Comm Service 208-455-5926
Physical Address West Valley Humane Society 5801 Graye Lane Caldwell, ID 83607 Hours Monday - Saturday 11am - 7pm Sunday - Closed
Adopt Donate Lost & Found Volunteers About Us Contact Us Events Programs
Congratulations to Toneek with his new Adoption Family!      HAPPY TRAILS
MISSION STATEMENT To Provide professional and compassionate animal services through shelter, adoption, educational programs, population control and health care services while remaining fiscally responsible.
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In response to a note and comments that have been posted on the Bunny Project and or own Facebook page recently, we would like to correct the record.   There have been many false and misleading statements, as well as statements that have been taken out of context.  West Valley Humane Society does NOT euthanize for kennel space.  In the note, a staff member requested that an animal be euthanized “today” as space was needed in H2. The facts are as follows:  H2 stands for Holding 2. Holding 2 kennels are dedicated to animals that are ill and/or have aggression and behavioral issues.  There are 22 kennels in H2.  At that time that this note was written, April, 2016, we also had 22 dogs which were being held for parvo observation by the Veterinarian.  The animal was microchipped when it came into the shelter and staff tried numerous times over several days to reach the owners and left messages for the owners to come and pick up the dog.  The animal was extremely aggressive.  The severe aggression is the only reason the dog was euthanized.  The note was simply requesting that the veterinarian euthanize same day. Even if the kennels had been empty, this animal would have been euthanized due to the aggression.   -WVHS Board.