HSVC Adoption Success Stories: Tim and Rayna

Today the Humane Society of Ventura County releases the first in a series of video shorts featuring Adoption Success Stories. Each video features a rescue from the HSVC with their new family and the story behind their adoption.

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Help Jack Find the Perfect Home!

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Jack is officially available for adoption! Thank you to everyone who has made this day possible, it has definitely been a community effort. All the hard work, donations, and dedicated staff and volunteers involved in his well-being has paid off big time! However our work is not done until Jack is placed into a loving home that can meet his needs.

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New Mural Comes to Life at the HSVC!

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Please help us thank Kylla, Audrey, Carla, and Sarah for sharing their talents with the Humane Society of Ventura County by painting a very cool new mural on our barn!

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Donations of Lumber Needed

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The Humane Society of Ventura County is in need of lumber to build shelves. In preparation for fire season, the HSVC has been organizing supplies inside their storage sheds.

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Volunteer Spotlight - Kali

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For the past five years Kali Brooks has been a volunteer with us here at the Humane Society of Ventura County helping out in a variety of areas. 

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Walking Your Dog: Dos & Dont's

Taking your dog for regular walks provides more than just the necessary exercise to keep your dog in good shape. It is also a great way to bond with your animal and gives your dog the opportunity to follow their instincts with a variety of sensory stimulations that they may not get the chance to experience at home. However, it is important to make sure that your dog gets the most out of its regular walks by taking into consideration a few safety guidelines. 

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Help Your Dog Get Fit For Life

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With human obesity on the rise, the nation’s pets are affected too - in fact, the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention’s latest survey estimated that nearly 60% of dogs in the USA are obese.  Possible reasons range from owners’ lack of time and energy to exercise, to a lack of understanding about proper pet nutrition and portion control. While the recent hot weather has made it a little more difficult to exercise safely in the heat, the autumn months are the perfect opportunity to reset your dog’s exercise and nutritional balance.  You may even find that it really boosts your own health and wellbeing too, putting you and your canine companion on track for a happy, healthy new year.

 

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Handmade Blankets Keep Animals Cozy

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A very special thank you to Julie Billingsly for her generous donation of handmade blankets for the shelter animals! Julie is a new volunteer with Comfort for Critters, a program that creates handmade blankets to comfort pets living in animal shelters or with foster-families.

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