Spay & Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)
Do you know a dog or cat who needs to be spayed or neutered but the owners are experiencing difficulty with the cost? Check out our SNAP page for details on how we can help .
If you are disabled, unemployed, on public assistance, or otherwise just short on funds and need help feeding your pet, please stop by the shelter. We try to keep extra donated cat and dog food on hand to help feed the needy pets in our community! This program depends entirely on donations, and food may or may not be available at any given time. Pet food donations are gratefully accepted to enable this program! Please bring your own container.
Feral cats contribute greatly to pet overpopulation. Our TNR program is designed to safely trap feral cats, sterilize and vaccinate them with an accredited vet, and release them back where they were found. This helps to reduce the number of unwanted pets that are being born on the streets of Latah County.
Barn Buddy Program
Do you have a rodent problem? Take a look at HSoP Barn Buddy Program to learn more about how we can help.