BHS Closed Through the Winter

Due to cold weather, and rising Covid-19 cases, the BHS Spay / Neuter Clinic on Wednesday nights has closed until into February 2021. We appreciate everyone’s participation and support of our curbsite Spay / Neuter Clinic during this difficult year, but winter cold and stormy weather make it unfeasible to continue through the winter months. Currently, we are hoping to offer spay/neuter services beginning in February 2021. More information on that to follow (watch this space).

The Glenn Perkins Certificate Program continues through the winter months to spay / neuter cats. Please call the BHS at: 208.232.0371 for informtion.

We plan to reopen in May 2021 with the Wednesday night curbside clinic. The BHS deeply appreciates your patience as we negotiatethrough these troubled times.

The BHS Foster / Adoption Program will continue without interruption during the winter months. So please, remember to contact the BHS if you are interested in meeting any of our amazing dogs or cats who so need a forever home.

Thank you to everyone for understanding, please stay safe and we’ll see you in the Spring.


Thank You to the Allstate Foundation!!

A heartfelt Thank You!! is extended to the Allstate Foundation for their award of $500.00 from the Helping Hands Grant! The Allstate Foundation supports the causes that Allstate agency owners,financial specialists and employees care about most by providing Allstate Foundation Helping Hands Grants to nonprofits where they volunteer their time to help communities thrive. The volunteers at the Bannock Humane Society who devote so many hours and personal expertise to the families and animals we serve appreciate this support to Help Us…Help Them!!


Bannock Humane Society 2021 Schedule of Events

Please click HERE for a downloadable copy of the 2021 BHS Schedule of Events!!


BHS Grateful for Amazing Food Donation

The Bannock Humane Society is deeply grateful to the Leavitt Family comprised of Shannon, David, Ashton, Kaden, & Lindsay who greeted customers at Albertons on Benton with cheerful voices and smiles (under their masks) and an invitation to purchase a bag of cat or dog food as they shopped and donate it to the Bannock Humane Society for distribution to  furry companions in need during this cold  winter. The Leavitts were supported by a team of willing volunteers: Cheyenne Berg, Dreytan Lugo, Jordan Carlos, Dave Lowry, Scott Webb, Carson Webb, and Jake Bloxham.

The Leavitt Family also organized the support of the following businesses: Albertsons, Fusion Fabrication, Star Route Brewery, Diamond Peak Health Care, Spartan Steel, Ef.Fin Barbarshop, and Performance Outdoor Advertising!!

The food drive is a REALLY big effort, and the volunteers at the BHS are deeply grateful to everyone for the time they spent, the effort, and the open-heartedness and caring for animals they embodied. 

Shannon and the Leavitt Family have spearheaded this incredible food drive, with equally incredible support of Albersons for the past eight years!! By Friday afternoon the shelves in the pet food aisle were about empty. Albertsons ordered up another pet food shipment which arrived overnight filling the shelves for Saturday. Thank you Albertsons for your support!!

Shannon’s wonderful food drive filled the backroom at the BHS Building, with more than $10,000 of bagged dog and cat food which will help the BHS to provide free food for companion animals in our community.  

Thank you everyone involved and the Pocatello community for your kind, generous, and thoughtful donation of this needed pet food. The volunteers at the Bannock Humane Society are deeply grateful, and thank everyone for Helping Us … Help Them