We’ve got a new logo that we’re so excited to share with you all. This logo represents so much for us. It represents forward-movement, vision and unity. All good things. With the unveiling of our new logo, we also wanted to share with you our updated mission and vision statements, and our key values. These are all so important to us and represent our heart and mission. These words will constantly be at the forefront of our minds as we continue to help animals through 2017 and beyond. We hope these words......
A beautiful 80 pound Alaskan Malamute named Maya entered our doors on December 1st and we all felt there was something special about her but had no idea the reunion that was in store. Like all dogs and cats that enter AVHS, one of the first things we do is scan for a microchip. Through a bit of digging on our end, we found that Maya’s microchip traced back to an organization in Phoenix, AZ – Maya had been initially chipped at our Executive Director’s previous employer, a shelter in Phoenix, Arizona. What......
On Monday, August 29th, Ark-Valley Humane Society welcomed Reggie, Suki, Kirby and Carolyna; four dogs transferred to us from a shelter in Louisiana. As many of you know, Louisiana has been hit hard in the past weeks with terrible floods ruining buildings and crushing homes. This particular shelter made a plea to shelters across the country, asking for help emptying their current cat and dog population to make way for the pets and their families affected by this terrible tragedy. Thanks to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary network, we got word of......