If you’re like most pet owners in Flagstaff, your pet is an important member of your family. With the fire and monsoon season upon us, it’s important to think ahead to how you would protect them in an emergency. The team at High Country Humane wants you and your pets to be safe at all times and … [Read more...] about Planning Ahead Can Protect Your Pet in an Emergency
Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Volunteer?
Every one of our non-profit organizations relies on volunteers to help maximize their efforts to make our community an even better place to live, and most people realize the value of volunteering at some point in their lives. Retired folks are often the first ones we think of when volunteers are … [Read more...] about Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Volunteer?
Veterinarian Joining High Country Humane
Dr. Carly Bennett is the High Country Humane shelter’s full-time veterinarian. Dr. Bennett was born in Germany and came to Arizona at the age of 12. As an undergrad at Northern Arizona University, she started volunteering at Second Chance Center for Animals and says this is where her love of shelter … [Read more...] about Veterinarian Joining High Country Humane
How Elevating Animal Welfare Benefits the Community
When High Country Humane (HCH) was awarded the contract to start providing animal shelter services for the city and the county, it came with a clear mandate to provide a high level of care for the companion animals in our community. Based on input from the community, the city and county had … [Read more...] about How Elevating Animal Welfare Benefits the Community
New Animal Shelter Offering ‘Elevated’ Animal Welfare
There’s more to our new community animal shelter, High Country Humane, than first meets the eye. Yes, there are all the obvious components you expect to find at an animal shelter: lost pets being reunited with their owners, pets being surrendered by owners who are no longer able to care for them and … [Read more...] about New Animal Shelter Offering ‘Elevated’ Animal Welfare
Girlie, a fluffy calico cat, has a great new home, complete with a stunning view of the San Francisco Peaks. Her bed is comfy, too, and is located by the desk in the office of Lynne Nemeth, executive director of The Arboretum at Flagstaff. Along with her relative, Cleo, they are on 24-hour rodent … [Read more...] about Working Cats