We Are Here to Help

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The Humane Society of Ventura County is open and prepared to take in evacuation animals as a result of the heavy rains and flooding throughout the region. 

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Evacuation Update 01/16

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Good morning friends! We hope that everyone out there stayed safe during the recent heavy rains. All of the animals in our care are doing well and staff and volunteers were here bright early to get everyone fed. More heavy rain is expected throughout Ventura County and we will continue to take in animals affected by the weather for safekeeping for as long as our services are needed.

As always, the services we offer during emergencies are at absolutely no charge to the families and animals that need our help. If for any reason you feel that you or your animals may be unsafe during the rains, please give us a call at 805-646-6505. We are here to help.

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The Shelter is Open to Evacuees

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Due to the heavy rains and flooding, there have been mandatory evacuations ordered throughout parts of the Ojai Valley and Ventura County. The Humane Society of Ventura County is open to evacuees and their animals. Please call the shelter at 805-646-6505 if you need assistance. The Humane Society of Ventura County is located at 402 Bryant Street in Ojai.


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Zoey Gets a Check Up!

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This morning equine veterinarian Dr. Joan Winter DVM and her husband Richard came out to the Humane Society of Ventura County to check on Zoey's progress and to give her teeth a good cleaning. Zoey, who was rescued in the field by Humane Officers back in October with multiple health issues has been a real trooper during her time with us and did great during her check up!


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Pet Food Bank in Partnership with Help of Ojai

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During the recent wildfires, the community in and around Ventura County was tremendously supportive of the Humane Society of Ventura County. Donations have come in many forms including an abundance of dry dog and cat food. One of the services the HSVC offers is a pet-food bank. When our supplies exceed our needs, we redistribute those donations back out to organizations who also serve our community. 

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Thank You Ojai Valley School!

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A special thanks to The Ojai Valley School for their donation to the Humane Society of Ventura County. Wendy, with their Alumni Relations, stopped by the Shelter to personally drop off the check and to take a moment to look at some of the animals.

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New Year's Resolutions For You and Your Dog

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It is hard to believe that we are already one week into 2019. This time of year it is common for people to start making plans for the new year. One popular tradition is the New Year's resolution. This coming year why not make resolutions that benefit both you and your pets! Your pets may benefit from many of the same goals you set for yourselves, such as regular exercise and even dropping a few pounds. What an excellent opportunity to work as a team!

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Rescue Husky Looking For Love

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Most people would agree that Huskies are beautiful animals, however, these intelligent creatures are more than just a pretty face. Adding a Husky to your family is a lifetime commitment and responsibility that should not be taken lightly. Huskies require an enormous amount of attention. From their never-ending energy to daily grooming, these majestic creatures can keep a whole family busy (and in shape) with their care.

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402 Bryant Street in Ojai

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