Welcome to the Humane Society Of Northern Utah, our mission is to prevent cruelty to animals and alleviate fear, pain and suffering through public education, adoptions and advocacy. We will accomplish this mission through successful completion of the following goals/objectives:
Public Education Spay Neuter Emergency Medical Fund Reduce Animal Euthanizing Investigative Arm Lobby Advocate Increase Adoption Rates Volunteer Program Critter Camp Animal Sanctuary
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Come Meet Our Pets...
Our adoptable pets are available for meet and greets by appointment or at our adoption events. We normally have adoption events every Saturday from noon to 5PM at the Petco in Riverdale, Utah. We also have additional adoption events throughout the year. Please see our Facebook page (The Humane Society Of Northern Utah) for more information. You can also send us an email at email@example.com or call 801-648-2719 for more information on our sweet adoptable pets or to set up an appointment to meet one.
Our Adoption Process...
Puppies 8 weeks to 1 year old $200 Dogs age 1 year old to 7 years $150 Senior dogs 7 years or older $75 Kittens 8 weeks to 1 year old $60 Cats 1 year old to 7 years $40 Senior cats 7 years or older $25 Free senior pets to seniors over 65 years Other animals fees may vary. We require an application filled out via email prior to meeting any adoptable pets with the exception of our adoption events. Requirements to adopt vary with each animal.
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