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
Every Saturday from 12PM - 2PM we have some of our available foster dogs at our Animal Community Center. Not only do some of our amazing foster dogs come to the center but we also invite other rescue groups to the event too! It's totally worth it to make it down to this event!
Learn more about Foster Dog Showcase. http://www.hssv.org/what-we-do/adopt/foster-dog-showcase.html
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:
Compassion In Action: Program Orientation - 10/7/17
Humane Society Silicon Valley
Compassion In Action (CIA) gives teens a chance to work with the animals!
CIA is a three-month long program for students who are interested in volunteering directly with shelter animals. Students will also participate in critical community service projects to help the animals in our care, learn about trending animal welfare topics, and share what they’ve learned with friends and family on the last day of the program.
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!