If you have a spare room, a flexible schedule and a warm heart, please consider becoming a foster parent for the Humane Society Silicon Valley! In exchange for free room and board, we can promise you lots of hugs and purrs! Foster parents care for young kittens and cats that aren't quite ready for adoption, or need extra space! To learn more, please see our feline foster care page here:
Interested in becoming a member of the Sue and Dick Levy Dog Park at Humane Society Silicon Valley? This seminar is the first step....
Have you ever wondered what your dog is “saying” to his buddies at the dog park? Unsure about whether mounting another dog is good or bad, or if that barking is an invitation to play or a warning to get away? Is she having a good time, or is she hiding behind you because she is a little too scared and would rather be at
Lay the foundation for a lifetime of good manners!
Beginning Puppy Training is the perfect first training class for your new puppy (8 weeks - 18 weeks old). Our goal is to provide a safe, fun learning environment that will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to successfully work with your puppy to get the kind of behavior you like, both at home and out in the world!
If you have a spare room, a flexible schedule and a warm heart, please consider becoming a foster parent for the Humane Society Silicon Valley! In exchange for free room and board, we can promise you lots of hugs and tail wags! Foster parents care for puppies and dogs that aren't quite ready for adoption, or need extra space or TLC!
Learn more about this critical volunteer role at Orientation.
If you like what you hear at Orientation, we’ll ask you to fill out an applicat
Humane Society Silicon Valley's mission is to save and enhance lives. As an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit, we do not receive funding from Humane Society of the United States, ASPCA, or state and federal government entities. Your support of Humane Society Silicon Valley directly helps animals in your community!