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is a new private company dedicated to providing educational materials to Idaho Citizens. The Humane Society will bring new services online to help bring pets, pet owners and persons exploring the options to be pet owners together. We will provide legal information and links you can use to ensure the protection of your pet, the protection of the pet owner and information to make educated decisions about the health of your pet.
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Improper Care of Animals Concerns

Contact the Idaho State Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Industries (ISDA) at (208) 332-8562 or toll-free (866) 435-0490 or e-mail animal_info@agri.idaho.gov to file a complaint.

Idaho Humane Society

Good Treasure Valley
Humane Societies

  • Low number of Cats and Dogs Destroyed per Year
  • Clean Shelters
  • Officers Work With-in the Law
  • Pleasant Staff
  • Purchase Pets to Support
Canyon County Animal Shelter Northwest Animal Companions Simply Cats "No-Kill Shelter"
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Horses so hungry they are eating the grass stubble from a dry and dusty lot.
The abuser was?

A. 58 Horses from Meridian, Idaho
B. Idaho Humane Society of Boise, Idaho
C. Paul and Karen Shay of Sweet, Idaho
D. Zach Robinson and Sherri Hopson of Elmore County, Idaho


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Vegetarians' showing the cruelty of modern animal farming

Life on the farm isn't what it used to be. The green pastures and idyllic barnyard scenes portrayed in children's books have been replaced by windowless sheds, tiny crates, wire cages, and other confinement systems integral to what is now known as "factory farming."

Today the majority of modern farmed animals are:
  • confined to the point that they can barely move,
  • denied veterinary care,
  • mutilated without pain killers,
  • and finally slaughtered -- often while fully conscious.










If you have suggestions to help pets or pet owners affected by code enforcement officers or just a story to share drop me a comment at contact@humane-society-idaho.com

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