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Don't Leave Pets in the Car!

June 12, 2017

You probably meant to be kind by taking your pet in the car with you, but you could be risking his life!

Topic: Pet Care, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: All
Story Type: Pet Parenting

SB 413, 414, and 416

June 2, 2017

Help us strengthen Michigan’s animal fighting laws!

Topic: Animal Legislation

Story Type: Community Involvement

HB 4332 and 4333.

May 5, 2017

Help us strengthen Michigan’s anti-cruelty and anti-neglect laws!

Topic: Animal Legislation
Animal Type: All
Story Type: General

Help MHS with Kitten Season

April 27, 2017

In the spring and summer, dozens of homeless and unwanted cats and kittens can be surrendered to MHS in just one day.

Topic: Giving Campaign
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens
Story Type: Giving Campaigns

Donate Wish List Items

April 19, 2017

Wish List Items: Please consider donating any of the items on this page to the Michigan Humane Society.

Topic: Get Involved
Animal Type: All
Story Type: General

Great Lakes Animal Welfare Conference

October 16, 2016

Animal advocates from across the Great Lakes region to discuss topics as diverse as compassion fatigue, data collection and analysis, de-escalating confrontations, trends in animal welfare legislation and the importance of collaborating to achieve similar goals.

Topic: Animal Welfare Issues
Animal Type: All
Story Type: General

Dealing with Your Dog's Fears and Phobias

October 3, 2016

Recognizing your dog’s behavior as fearful and helping him work through his fears is the most effective way to handle phobias.

Topic: Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Dog Microchipping - Microchips For Dogs

October 2, 2016

The Michigan Humane Society offers affordable microchipping services for your dog starting as low as $30.

Topic: Veterinary Services, Lost and Found, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: Pet Parenting

MHS Pet Food Bank

October 1, 2016

MHS's Pet Food Bank program assists qualifying low-income families in metro Detroit by providing them with dog or cat food at no charge.

Topic: Pet Care, Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: All
Story Type: General

Bryan's Rescue

September 30, 2016

The MHS rescue department received a call from a woman who had been attempting to feed a stray kitten, when a horrific act of cruelty occurred.

Topic: What We Do, Emergency Rescue
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens
Story Type: Recent Rescues

Cats and Obesity

September 30, 2016

If your cat is overweight it is critical to monitor the caloric intake he/she receives from their food and the amount of treats and table scraps given.

Topic: Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Trinket's Rescue

September 26, 2016

The little dog had obviously been neglected for a very long time. She was covered in heavy matting and locked in a crate in an abandoned house.

Topic: What We Do, Emergency Rescue
Animal Type: Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: Recent Rescues

Microchip Success

September 20, 2016

Jace was one of the thousands of dogs that come to MHS through our emergency rescue team each year. He was dirty, thin and unkept, but during a routine scan done on all animals that come into MHS, we discovered that he had a microchip.

Topic: What We Do, Emergency Rescue
Animal Type: Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: Recent Rescues

MHS helps Meatball find his forever home

September 15, 2016

We have great news about Meatball! With the single goal of doing right by Meatball, we are happy to share that today, through the collective efforts of the interested parties, an agreement has been reached to make Meatball’s foster stay with Karen Cameron of Bed & Biscuit Pet Lodge into his forever home.

Topic: About MHS
Animal Type: Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: General

SB 239

September 6, 2016

If passed, SB 239 would end breed-specific legislation in Michigan.

Topic: Animal Legislation
Animal Type: Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: General

Kitten Receives Life Saving Surgery

September 1, 2016

A homeless kitten has been given a second chance at life thanks to the lifesaving work of a veterinarian at MHS.

Topic: What We Do, Emergency Rescue
Animal Type: Cats and Kittens
Story Type: Recent Rescues

Is Your Pet Safe at the Dream Cruise?

August 19, 2016

Planning to take your dog to the Dream Cruise? Be sure they are safe!

Topic: Pet Health and Safety
Animal Type: All
Story Type: Pet Parenting

Puppy Found with Massive Gash Wound

August 11, 2016

The MHS Rescue Team recently brought in a six-month-old puppy with a horrible gash across her side.

Topic: What We Do, Emergency Rescue
Animal Type: Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: Recent Rescues

Buddy's Pizza Raises Dough For Michigan Humane Society With Sales Of All-Natural 'Buddy Bones' Dog Biscuits

August 3, 2016

Sale of dog biscuits made from natural ingredients will help homeless animals

Topic: Partners
Animal Type: All
Story Type: Community Involvement

Seeking Justice for Puppy After Being Dragged On-Leash

July 26, 2016

MHS is pursuing cruelty charges for man who dragged his puppy down the street.

Topic: Cruelty Investigation, What We Do
Animal Type: Dogs and Puppies
Story Type: General

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