HHS Rescue Road Blog

A look inside animal shelter life and the road to rescue.

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Caring for the Females in our Lives

Here at HHS, we proudly celebrate our female animal population every day, but especially this March in honor of International Women’s Day (March 8th). All of our female animals are guaranteed the same spay, medical exam, and tender care and love from us as usual, but if any issues arise, we will be...

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“It Costs Too Much to Take My Pet to the Vet”

By: Dr. Kristin Tvrdik, DVM As a veterinarian who has spent my career working in shelters and low-cost clinics, this statement brings with it a wide range of emotions. My goal is to make sure that all owners, regardless of their financial status, have access to the care they need for their pets,...

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70 Years of Saving Lives!

We’re turning 70 and we can’t wait to celebrate that achievement all year long with all of you! After a challenging 2022 and an S.O.S. (Save Our Shelter) call for help, thanks to an amazing show of support, we are proud to share that we are on more solid footing and ready to celebrate our 70th...

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Please Help Pets Like Gerber

By now you may have heard that we need financial help. So many amazing adopters, community members, donors are responding to our message and providing support. As we approach our 70th year, it’s been a time to reflect on our growth and prepare for the future as we shore up funding, so we can be...

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The Crisis in Animal Welfare

If you haven’t heard it yet, we’re here to tell you, there’s a crisis happening in animal welfare right now. From an explosion in the homeless pet population and staff that are burnt out, to a veterinarian shortage, things are not going well for animal welfare.  On a recent Tuesday morning we took...

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