Yavapai Humane Society takes in over 3,500 animals every year. We have a no-kill ethic and believe that if an animal hasn't found an owner at YHS, we should do everything in our power to find it a forever home. The New Hope program is the means by which YHS acknowledges, cooperates with, and supports the efforts of partnering 501(c)(3) animal organizations as we all try to find homes for our community's homeless pets.
YHS sends out New Hope Alerts to our partners with lists of our long-term or hard to place residents in an effort to raise their profiles state and nation-wide.
If you work with a qualifying animal rescue organization and would like to partner with YHS please use this application.
Any questions about the New Hope Program can be directed to our New Hope Coordinator by calling (928)445-2666 ext. 18.
If you are an individual who would like to help YHS with it's most needy animals, please consider becoming an animal foster parent. Many of our foster animals are recovering from medical issues or emotional trauma. Learn more about the rewards of fostering and how to apply here.
In 2010, YHS collaborated with the following organizations.
APARN Arizona Pug Adoption and Rescue Network, AAWL Arizona Animal Welfare League, Akita Advocates Relocation Team, Amazing Aussies, Arizona Border Collie Rescue, Arizona Chihuahua Rescue, ARK Cat Sanctuary Inc., Aussie and Friends Rescue, Arizona Cocker Rescue, Boxer Love Rescue, Bradshaw Mountain Wildlife Association, Canine Rescue and Adoption, Circle L Ranch, Dewey Dog Rescue, HALO Animal Rescue, Humane Society of Yuma, Lucky Dog, Lucky Club, Miss Kitty's Cat House, P.A.A.L.S. Prescott Area Animal LifeSavers, Raven Pines, Rescue a Golden, Sante Fe Humane Society, Second Chance, Soldier's Best Friend, Springer Paw Ranch, The Paw Pad, United Animal Friends, Verde Valley Humane Society, V.J Ranch
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