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The Pet Project

Dev Khalsa Photography is offering 20-minute studio mini-sessions for all local pets & their owners! 50% of all session fees go to the Shelter! Sessions are offered May 2nd-4th, click here to register:

Dogs in the Library!

Bring your kiddos down to the Hailey Public Library and enjoy storytime with a furry friend tomorrow April 20th! Can’t make it? Come in Saturday May 5th and get crafty making mats for Shelter pets!

Volunteer Appreciation Week!

It’s Volunteer Appreciation Week and here at the Shelter we have so many great folks to be thankful for. From school groups to seniors, our community really goes the extra mile! Thanks so much, you guys really are the best!

Dog Trainers of the Future!

Congratulations to Mrs. Blackstead’s 4th Grade Bellevue Elementary Class, they are our newest Dog Trainers of the Future! Adoptable dogs Buck, Brooks, Zenith and Zeus learned how to sit, lay down, focus, work on name recall, and even advanced to some fancy tricks like sit

Special Letter to the Editor

We wanted to send a shoutout to long-time volunteer and Shelter supporter, Andrea Nelson, for her touching letter to the editor in yesterday’s issue of the Idaho Mountain Express. If you haven’t had a chance to read it – check it in the image below!

Jo-Anne Dixon named Woman of the Year!

Our Executive Director, Jo-Anne Dixon, has been named Woman of the Year! Thank you to everyone who voted and all who support the Shelter and the exciting work that is changing the lives of both people and pets.   Check out the article written by

It’s time to raise Idaho up!

Join us in the campaign to build a new animal welfare campus! After 36 years of “making do,” the dream of a new animal welfare campus is just months away from becoming reality! Thanks to the incredible support from our community both near and far,

Meet the Board!

We’re excited to announce the Shelter’s board members in 2018! Jan Main, a former Morgan Stanley Financial Advisor, stepped into the role of Board President following the end of Priscilla Pittiglio’s term. Dan Drackett, a career marketing and advertising creative director stepped up as Vice

Remember to vote for Jo-Anne!

Don’t forget to vote for our Executive Director/Medical Director, Jo-Anne Dixon, DVM, for the Wood River Valley’s Woman of the Year! Voting is open until March 4th. Click here to vote: Jo-Anne left private practice as a veterinarian in 2006 to become the Shelter’s vet.