Newly-named Wenatchee Valley Human Society Executive Director Taylor Sharp talks with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about her background in animal welfare and her new position with the local shelter.…Read More
This week’s Wenatchee Valley Humane Society “Pet of the Week” is Sam! Humane society Executive Director Dawn Davies chats with KOHO Morning Show host Chris Hansen about this lovable, 10-year-old long-haired feline and about some recent and rare cases of distemper in dogs at the shelter. …Read More
The WVHS has put their cat adoption hall under temporary quarantine due to feline parvovirus, that recently appeared at the shelter in a few kittens.
The quarantine began Tuesday and may be lifted on December 3, 2019, unless more cats test positive for the virus.
The virus strikes kittens the hardest because of their underdeveloped immune system.…Read More
Prosecutors decided not to press charges against a Chelan County Jail employee who attempted to euthanize his dog this summer.
The incident occurred June 5, when the dog’s owner took him to Beehive up the Squilchuck and shot him three times. He forgot a shovel to bury the dog named Louie, went home to get one but when he returned Louie was gone.…Read More
New information is coming to light in the shooting of a dog in the Beehive Reservoir area off Mission Ridge Road June 5.
A man found the dog with three gunshot wounds and took him to the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society for treatment.
On June 10, the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office asked the Wenatchee Police Department to take over the investigation because of an internal conflict.…Read More
The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society has made several big changes at the shelter over the last two months, all with the goal of making dogs more adoptable, said their Executive Director Dawn Davies.
In addition to behavior and obedience program, the shelter altered its weekday hours of operation to implement a new ‘Quiet Time’ for the animals.…Read More
The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society says it added behavior and obedience programs to their list of resources. The programs are a tool used to help some of the more rambunctious and untrained dogs at the shelter, said its Executive Director Dawn Davies. She said the goal is to reduce their length of stay at the shelter and increase their adoptability.…Read More