Humane Society of the Palouse

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Description
We are a humane society that services Latah County. Our goal is to reunite animals with their owners and help find permanent, loving homes for those without owners.

We offer a wide variety of information and counseling for different species of animals and behavioral issues. We also offer obedience/behavorial classes to the public that run for 4 weeks that meet two times each week.

As we are a shelter, our population of animals is constantly changing so not all our animals are on this website.

Phone
(208) 883-1166
We will return phone calls so please leave a message.

Hours
We are open to the public Monday-Saturday 1 - 6:00pm. We are closed on all major holidays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years.

Lost & Found
For animals lost in Latah county, we recommend that people notify the Humane Society of the Palouse, located in Moscow, ID, at (208)883-1166 and the local veterinarians.

Please remember to have some form of ID on your pet's collar so that we or the police can return your loved one.

Fees
Our adoption fee for dogs is $115(includes tax) which includes the neuter or spay; vaccinations (DA2PPv, Bordetella, and Rabies for dogs over 4 months of age); de-wormings, and microchipped. Our adoption fees also cover many extras that a dog might need when they come in

Our adoption fee for cats is $90(includes tax) which includes the neuter or spay; vaccinations (FVRCP); de-wormings, a leukemia test and microchip. Similar to the dogs, our adoption fees cover many extras that an animal may need when it comes in.
For our smaller furry, scally or feathered friends, please call for prices.

Primary Address
Humane Society of the Palouse, 2019 White Ave, Moscow Idaho 83843

Other Departments
SNAP or the spay and neuter assistance program is designed to provide financial assistance to those wanting to have their animals spayed or neutered. You can receive a coupon for $50 off the spay or $30 off the neuter of your pet. Contact the shelter for more information.

Donations
Monetary donations are also greatly needed to cover vet care, and supplies. Checks can be made payable to the Humane Society of the Palouse.

General Wish List

Cleaning Supplies

Dishwasher detergent, Anti-bacterial hand soap, Spray bottles, dust pans, Paper towels, 39 gallon heavy duty garbage bags, Tall kitchen garbage bags, Bleach, Laundry detergent, dryer sheets, scrubbie spongies, Non-Latex disposable gloves.

Pet Supplies

Gravel Cat Litter, Wet cat food (no salmon foods please), Wet dog food, all sizes of dog collars, dog leashes, topical flea and tick preventative, blankets and bath towels, Cat and Dog beds, Cat and Dog treats, Pressed hide dog bones, Dog crates, Cat crates, dog and cat toys.

Driving Directions
To get to the Humane Society take Highway 8 (Troy Highway) East. You will come to a stop light located at Blaine and Highway 8. There is a Ford dealership on your left, take a left at that light. Go to the next stop sign on the corner of Blaine and White Ave, take a right. Go straight through the stop sign at White and Mountain View. We are located pass the apartments, the driveway on the right before the bus barn. There is large white and green sign at the end of our drive.

Policies
All companion animals rehomed by the Humane Society of the Palouse are altered/fixed prior to finding their forever homes. Kittens are spayed or neutered when they reach two pounds; puppies are spayed or neutered when they reach eight weeks of age. All adult and juvenile companion animals are altered prior to finding their forever homes. If an animal is owner surrendered, the process to help them find their forever-home starts with a vet check. Next, the animal is altered if not already, up dated on all vaccinations, treated for worms, fleas and ticks, and receive a microchip prior to being placed up for adoption. If an animal arrives as a stray they have a similar procedure. Upon arrival, all strays are scanned for identification, next staff look through any existing lost pet reports. Once the stray animal has completed their 10 day holding period for animals arriving from within Moscow city limits, or their 6 day holding period for strays arriving from outside Moscow city limits (Latah County), they begin the process of becoming adoptable. Next step in helping them find their home is a vet check, being altered if not already, up dated on all vaccinations, treated for worms, fleas and ticks, and receive a microchip prior to being placed up for adoption. Our mission is to ensure the humane treatment, welfare and safety of companion animals in Moscow and Latah County. We strive to prevent cruelty to animals, to ensure companion animals are adopted by responsible and caring owners, to promote spaying/neutering, to educate the public regarding responsible pet ownership, and to minimize euthanasia. .


Humane Society of the Palouse
2019 White Ave.

Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: (208)883-1166

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Email: hsop@moscow.com
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