Urgent: dogs are dying.

Please Take a Stand to Help Dogs! Urgent: dogs are dying. PCRM recently received documents that suggest Tuskegee University may be killing between 40-50 dogs each year in its veterinary training program. They are being used in “terminal surgery laboratories”–meaning that every dog dies after the training session. View On Facebook

Opening Night at Palo Alto Art Center! PAHS people met up with friends from the…

Opening Night at Palo Alto Art Center! PAHS people met up with friends from the The Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo and Palo Alto Animal Control (William A Warrior and Lily) the evening of Friday, September 20, at the opening night for the exhibition, “Encounters, Honoring the Animal in Ourselves.” Great exhibit! View On […]

"After Daisy passed away, I wanted to do something to help other pets obtai…

"After Daisy passed away, I wanted to do something to help other pets obtain vital veterinary care that their families otherwise could not afford. Several years ago, I made a donation to PAHS in honor of Daisy to start the Daisy Fund." Continue reading all about Daisy here: https://www.paloaltohumane.org/blog/remembering-daisy/ Daisy’s Day 2019, Palo Alto’s Humane […]

Update on Minnie We reported on September 5 that Minnie was under the weather. …

Update on Minnie We reported on September 5 that Minnie was under the weather. After we followed the regimen prescribed by the vets at VCA Palo Alto Animal Hospital, we watched Minnie gradually improve, and we're happy to report that she's all better, back to working hard and enjoying life. We're sharing one photo of […]

Flashback to a Year Ago Max, his person Beth Sovak-Philbin, Arlene Esquivias, a…

Flashback to a Year Ago Max, his person Beth Sovak-Philbin, Arlene Esquivias, and Leonor Delgado spent a wonderful afternoon at ALEX AND ANI to help promote our cause. Max, a very special little guy, is a mainstay in our education programs and in our latest community outreach program PAHS Therapy Paws. View On Facebook

ATTENTION! SOUTH BAY (SAN JOSE) CAT RESCUERS AND OTHERS! An approximately 3-4 m…

ATTENTION! SOUTH BAY (SAN JOSE) CAT RESCUERS AND OTHERS! An approximately 3-4 month old kitten was recently picked up in Santa Clara still wearing a SJACC (San Jose Animal Care and Control) temporary ID collar. Upon investigation, the kitten was one of a group of 4 that were TNR'd together. It is unknown if the […]