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Nevada Humane Society: Bringing Animals and People Together Since 1932
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Visit Us at these Adoption Locations:

PetSmart
6675 So. Virginia St,
Reno:
Fri. 12pm-5pm
Sat. 10am-4pm,
Sun. 11am-3pm

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While Funds Last!!


Free Cat Spay/Neuter for cats of Sun Valley Residents living in zip code 89433.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call: 856-2000 x312

Outdoor, feral, pet cats (9 weeks or older are welcome. Call today.

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Statistics

Our dream is to create a no kill community. With your help, this dream is coming true for the animals.

Statistical Overview 2011.

2010 Statistics.

Maddie’s Fund Report 2010
Click here to view report.

How we did it!

Employment Opportunities

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Feature Feature

Adopt a Black pet today!

Feature

Did you know that black pets are adopted half as often as other pets? Click on the link below to see Nevada Humane Society’s PSA on adopting a black pet.

Click here to see a Nevada Humane Society’s video Public Service Announcement about the plight of black pets.

See a slideshow of some of the beautiful black and black & white combination cats and dogs available at Nevada Humane Society. Click here to see the slideshow.

Adoption Hours:
Sunday-Friday: 11am-6:30pm
Saturday: 10am-6:30pm

Wish List

Listed here are items you can donate to help us save the lives of homeless pets.

  • Canned or dry pet food
  • Dog toys larger than 6" in diameter (Jolly balls, soccer balls)
  • Cat toys
  • Kitten and puppy milk replacers
  • Cat litter
  • Small Cat Carriers
  • Dog Houses
  • Laptop Computer
  • Pickup truck
  • Collars
  • Cat beds
  • Towels and blankets
  • Laundry soap (liquid & powder)
  • Bleach
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Copy paper
  • Pens
  • Paper Cups
  • Kleenex tissues
  • Paper towels
  • Trash bags
  • Yarn

Homes Needed for Barn Cats


Photo by Clay Myers

A feral cat will keep your barn rodent free for the price of daily cat food, and you'll be helping to save a life!

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We have several beautiful, healthy, neutered and vaccinated feral cats that are looking for outdoor homes with a barn, shed, or other shelter.

If you would like to adopt a barn cat (or several) e-mail us at info@nevadahumanesociety.org or call 775-856-2000 ext. 200.

The Animals Need You!

Volunteering to help the animals is a great way to start off the New Year! Perhaps you would like to help by working with the animals directly. Maybe you could provide a foster home for a dog or cat or become an adoption volunteer at the shelter. On the other hand, you might prefer to help out at outreach events or offer your professional skills to help the animals. We have a whole list of volunteer opportunities. Please take a look at our volunteer application and opportunities today.

Download the Volunteer Application

Nevada Humane Society Statistical Overview 2011


Save Rate

    Countywide Save Rate (NHS and WCRAS combined)
  • 2011: Dogs: 91% Cats: 91%
  • 2010: Dogs: 91% Cats: 91%
  • 2009: Dogs: 90% Cats: 89%
  • 2008: Dogs: 90% Cats: 83%
  • 2007: Dogs: 92% Cats: 78%

  • National Average 2009: 58% (Source-Maddies's Fund)

    Nevada Humane Society Save Rate
  • 2011: Dogs: 93% Cats: 93%
  • 2010: Dogs: 94% Cats: 95%

Pet Adoptions (Live Release of All Animals)

  • 2011: 9,340 down 3% (328 less adoptions)
  • 2010: 9,668 up 5% (484 more adoptions)
  • 2009: 9,184 up 6% (549 more adoptions)
  • 2008: 8,635 up 7% (605 more adoptions)
  • 2007: 8,030 up 61% (3,040 more adoptions)
  • 2006: 4,990 (pre no-kill initiative)

  • Every cat, dog, kitten, and puppy is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped before adoption.
    Animals Losing their Lives in Washoe County Shelters
    • 2010: 12% decrease
    • 2009: 27% decrease
    • 2008: 10% decrease
    • 2007: 52% decrease (2,700 fewer dogs & cats lost their lives in 2007 than 2006)

Animal Deaths in Shelters per Thousand People

  • Washoe County 2011: 3.6 animals per 1,000 residents
  • National Average 2009: 7.8 animals per 1,000 residents (Source—Maddie’s Fund)

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    Washoe County 2010: 38 dogs & cats per 1,000 people
  • National average 2009: 14 dogs & cats per 1,000 people
  • (Source—Animal People Newspaper)
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