PAHS Partners with Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund – SV2 and Other Local Groups

Palo Alto Humane Society partnered with San Mateo Search and Rescue, Inc. in Burlingame and Sulphur Creek Nature Center in Hayward to offer a mini-Critter Club to children and their parents at an educational event hosted by the Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund – SV2 at the Sobrato Center in Redwood City on Saturday, February 11. […]

K-9 Partner Odin Comes to Critter Club

Officer Doreen Hansen and her canine partner Odin, a 6-year old German Shepherd serving the Mountain View Police Department, joined PAHS staff, Board members, and volunteers at Theuerkauf Elementary School on Thursday, February 9. Officer Hansen and Odin were special guests to Critter Club, sponsored by the Beyond the Bellafter-school program and PAHS for second and third graders at […]

PAHS Visits Jordan Middle School

Jaye Bergen, our Program Assistant, represented PAHS at the first Youth Community Service (YCS) Service Fair for 2017 on February 9 at Jordan Middle School in Palo Alto. YCS is not a newcomer to PAHS, as students from Jordan have participated in PAHS events and programs, most notably as volunteers in our Kiddies 2 Kitties shelter-based reading program. We […]

PAHS Introduces Videos About Adoption and Pet Care for Families and Students!

If you’re a parent whose children are clamoring for a pet, or if you’re a teacher and your students have shown interest in learning about pet adoption and the responsibilities of pet care, take a look at our new videos, produced for PAHS by Girl Scout Ambassador Kristen Benz for her Gold Award. The videos […]

Shannon Teaches Critter Club About Dog Care

Young participants (second and third graders) in Critter Club at Beyond the Bell at Theuerkauf Elementary in Mountain View spent the February 2 session learning about dogs and best practices in caring for canine companions. They first viewed PAHS’ Telly Award-winning short film “It’s a Dog’s Day”, which, through an ingenious combination of puppet artistry, circus art, mime, and […]

SVACA Joins PAHS at Our First Critter Club of 2017!

PAHS is calling upon more community organizations to participate in our education programs in Mountain View. We have worked with the Mountain View Police Department in the past and continue to rely on officers to introduce students to K-9 officers and their training and duties. At present, PAHS is building on our existing partnership with SVACA […]