AVHS 2019 Gala & Auction
Mardi Gras for Paws!
March 23 – Saturday
Green River College, Lindbloom Center, 12401 SE 320th St., Auburn.
Pet CPR and First Aid
April 27 – 1-4 pm.
Pet CPR and First Aid Certification class will be offered at the Valley Regional Fire Authority Station 31 on Saturday, April 27 from 1 to 4 pm. To register, click here.
Registraion is $69.95 with a new interactive e-book. The class is designed to teach you how to administer emergency CPR and first aid to an animal until veterinary care can be ascertained. Instructor, Nicole LaForest is a licenced/registered Vet Tech. She is teaching through Pet Emergency Education.
Thank you to our newest partner – KIRO7 CARES
Click below to watch video of Maggie.
Maggie was adopted when this aired on KIRO7 Cares and her picture was displayed on the AVHS electronic sign. Maggie, a 5 year old, female, is a 41 pound American Staffordshire Terrier, who was transferred to Auburn Valley Humane Society from a shelter in Eastern Washington because they were out of space. She loves to snuggle, grab her stuffed toy and prance around. Come visit her at the AVHS Animal Shelter.
Thank you to our supporters! Read more about their stories…
Little Rey was brought to our shelter by Auburn Animal Control Officers. Our AVHS Veterinary staff discovered that she was very sick. She was diagnosed with liver disease. AVHS thanks Phoenix Lab for their partnership in helping to subsidize the cost of her bloodwork.
License your Pet today!
Pet licensing is required for cats and dogs living within the City limits of Auburn. Be sure you register your pet for its license. Read about more details to register in person or online at the pet licensing.
Grant Money available will help Senior Dogs
Bento says come visit us at the AVHS shelter! I was adopted!
Old dogs have something to wag about this summer, as The Grey Muzzle Organization announced that AVHS was one of the animal welfare groups that was awarded a grant to help local senior dogs. The grant will support the new AVHS Public Veterinary Assistance Fund, which provides financial assistance to low income Auburn residents for non-routine medical care of their dogs and cats. The program aims to enrich and maintain the human animal bond and keep loved pets in their homes. For more details on the program, click here. Bento is one of many great senior dogs that are available for adoption at AVHS.
Paint your Pet Fundraiser
- Sign up for our next class:
- April 27, 2019
- July 27, 2019
- 6:00-9:00 pm
- Register by going to https://www.paintingwithatwist.com/seattle-auburn/
- 920 15th St. SW, Auburn 98001
- Thank you to the Painting with a Twist – Auburn especially to Jess and Anne Marie! We had a great group of supporters who painted and painted pictures of their pets.
Sip. Paint. Relax.
Don’t worry if you don’t think you can paint!
You will have lots of fun at Painting with a Twist – Auburn.
Read to the shelter cats!
AVHS has launched its Shelter Buddy Reading Program. The program is designed for children in grades K-6. There have been over 50 readers participating in the program. The Shelter-Buddy program is currently full, however, if you wish to be added to the waitlist, please complete the application and you will be contacted when space is available.
Children read to the shelter cats on Monday through Thursday, 10am – 5pm.
Read more about Tucker’s story!
Tucker came to the Auburn Valley Humane Society because she was tied on a short rope to a car without
food and water.
sit our wish list from Amazon.com to help us with current needs. We’ve added many new items to the list including interactive toys for the kitties, puppies, cats and dogs at the shelter. Thank you to those who have chosen to donate new interactive toys and scratch boxes. The kitties and puppies appreciate your generosity.
AVHS VISION STATEMENT:
To be a model of excellence in the advancement of animal welfare
AUBURN VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY’S MISSION:
The Auburn Valley Humane Society enriches the lives of companion animals and people through animal sheltering, services, programs and community engagement.
AVHS is a local, independent 501(c)3 non-profit, which relies on pet licensing fees and donations to fund the shelter and educational programs.
AVHS CORE VALUES:
- We value the compassionate care of companion animals.
- We value the humane treatment of all animals.
- We value our staff and volunteers.
- We value our relationships with our partners and supporters.
- We value our role as a leader in animal welfare.
- We value integrity, fiscal responsibility and careful stewardship of our resources.
Visit our facebook page for updated adoptions, happy tails, events and shelter needs.
100% of licensing fees collected by the Auburn Valley Humane Society and the City of Auburn go to fund the sheltering of the lost,
homeless and abandoned animals within the City of Auburn.