COVID-19 Update

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Humane Society of Ventura County has offered critical services to the public. Our dedicated staff have been on-site caring for the animals and answering your questions. Even though we have not been able to accommodate the public as many of you are accustomed, your safety and wellbeing have driven many of our decisions.

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HSVC's First Animal Adventure Camp at Home Was a Success!

What an adventure virtual camp was this year! Due to COVID-19, the HSVC was unable to put on our annual kids summer camp at the shelter. Instead, Humane Educator Angie Sagliani, with the help of our shelter staff, created the first ever Animal Adventure Camp at Home to be enjoyed entirely online!

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Support Bagel's Recovery!

Meet Bagel, a handsome 2-year-old brown tabby with an amazing personality. Bagel was adopted from HSVC in 2018 as a kitten. He recently came back to the shelter as a stray and was unable to return to his original home due to unfortunate circumstances.

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HSVC Offering Discounted Cat and Kitten Adoptions July 15th Through July 31st

Calling all cat lovers! The HSVC will be offering discounted adoptions fees on all cats and kittens July 15th through July 31st. If you are considering welcoming a new feline family member into your clan, now is the time!

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The Dangers of Homemade Bread to Your Pet

Bread baking has become a popular at-home hobby during the COVID-19 pandemic. While homemade bread is delicious for humans, it can be dangerous for both dogs and cats if the raw dough is consumed.

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Doing Your Part to Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19

According to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), the use of face coverings by everyone can help combat the spread of COVID-19 by limiting the release of infected droplets when talking, coughing, and sneezing. Public health mandates from the CDHP, Ventura County, and the city of Ojai require that individuals must wear face coverings when they are in high-risk situations. This includes when obtaining services from a veterinary clinic and when interacting in person with any member of the public.

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HSVC Now Offering FREE ID Tags! Now Through July 10th!

Did you know July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month? To kick it off, July 1st is  National ID Your Pet Day! This day serves as an annual check-in to make sure your pets' ID tags and microchip information is up to date. The HSVC is offering FREE ID tags now through July 10th to those in need to help prevent lost pets during the holiday weekend and in the future.

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Autumn Macintosh Continues to Spread the Love

Thank you to actress and philanthropist Autumn Macintosh for once again spreading the love and making a significant donation towards Jazzy’s surgery and recovery expenses!

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