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The Humane Society of Ventura County is a compassionate care shelter and non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and adoption of animals in need throughout Ventura County.

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31 Aug 2022

Thank you, Moose Lodge!

By Angie Chupek Sagliani

The Ojai Valley Moose Lodge recently requested a presentation about HSVC's many services. Humane Educator Angie answered the request and visited the lodge for their Sunday meeting this past weekend. She spoke about the different programs and volunteer opportunities that the shelter has to offer. HSVC is truly grateful for organizations that are interested in donating money, items, and/or time to volunteer at our shelter. We really appreciate your kind donations and interest in HSVC, Moose Lodge!

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31 Aug 2022

Thank You for Having Us, Loma Vista Elementary!

By Amy King

Thank you to the faculty, parents, and students of Loma Vista Elementary School for inviting us to their annual Back to School Night! Humane Educator Angie Sagliani and Community Outreach Coordinator Steve McCurry hosted a booth with activity books, fun giveaway items, and information about the shelter. We had a great time meeting new friends and even ran into several families of HSVC alums!

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29 Aug 2022

HSVC Cares Serves Those in Need Once Again!

By Amy King

HSVC Cares hosted another successful remote vaccination clinic over the weekend! Thanks to our dedicated clinic staff and volunteers, we were able to service nearly 150 animals in need with free vaccines! A big shoutout also goes out to our friends at Ohana Pet Hospital in Santa Paula for allowing us to use their parking lot. Way to go team!

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29 Aug 2022

HSVC Seeks Help From Local University

By Humane Society of Ventura County

HSVC is proud to announce an educational partnership with California State University Channel Islands (CSUCI) and the Center for Community Engagement (CCE). Our Humane Education program is seeking help from university students at CSUCI in an attempt to collaborate with those interested in animals and Humane Education. The initial reason for creating this opportunity was to request assistance in generating a school community survey. The purpose of the survey would be to provide data to understand how to better serve the school communities. 

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22 Aug 2022

Save the Date! ARF to Welcome Turtle Conservancy & Ojai Valley Library

By Amy King

Save the date! In celebration of National Literacy Month, our friends at The Turtle Conservancy and Ojai Valley Library will be joining us on Saturday, September 3rd, for our Animal Reading Friends (ARF) event! This event is intended to promote literacy, learning about animals through books, and reading to shelter animals.  

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22 Aug 2022

HSVC Helps Troop #65500 Earn Animal Helper Badge

By Amy King

On a fine August day, eleven outstanding girls from Girl Scout Troop #65500 visited the HSVC to learn more about the shelter and participate in a curated program given by Humane Educator, Angie Chupek Sagliani. The troop wanted to learn more about animals in this setting to gain their Animal Helper Badge. The curated hour and a half program began with a shelter tour, followed by some information about the HSVC, animal welfare, historical information about animal domestication, and lastly, a reflection on the future of animals.