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Giving Tuesday 2021

Giving Tuesday 2021

Thanks to your generosity, on Giving Tuesday and throughout the year, countless animals celebrate new chapters in life...

Meet DJ!

Meet DJ!

DJ has received medical care at our Shelter Medical Center! We moved two tumors from her, a large fatty tumor that...

A new life for Duckie

A new life for Duckie

I have incredible news: A friend with a huge heart for animals in need has agreed to match every dollar you give to...

IHS adopts out bunnies

Did you know that the Idaho Humane Society adopts out bunnies for $25? They are spayed/neutered and microchipped! The...

The Giving Tree

The Giving Tree

Our shelter animals are in need of food and enrichment items, if you'd like to give back to the homeless animals at...

Pup, pup and away

Pilot group to fly Waco shelter dogs to Idaho for adoption "Shelter staff will drive the dogs early Wednesday to...

Caring for Baine

Caring for Baine

Just this month, our Humane Officers began working on another cruelty case. A Good Samaritan found Baine...

Meet Max

Meet Max

For Max, life was a lonely struggle to survive. Max was discovered wandering the streets, severely neglected, and...

Faces in New Places

BOISE — The Idaho Humane Society has announced that Karen Zantow, as the new director of animal care and control, will...

Idaho Gives: Animals

Idaho Gives: Animals

Most Boiseans have probably already heard Idaho's impressive pet statistics: The Gem State ranked fifth in the nation...

Get ready for See Spot Walk 2017!

It’s time once again for See Spot Walk, the annual dog celebration that attracts more than 3,000 canines (and their people) to Julia Davis Park each year in support of the Idaho Humane Society.

Construction of new IHS animal care center underway

Construction of new IHS animal care center underway

The Idaho Humane Society gathered with supporters on July 11th to officially break ground on its new Overland Road animal care center, a 42,000-square-foot facility that is scheduled to open in fall 2018 and include an adoption center, veterinary medical center and humane education center.

Petco Foundation invests in IHS

The Idaho Humane Society has received a $20,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to assist in caring for the more than 12,000 animals that come through the shelter’s doors each year and to support the nonprofit’s community programs.