BHS Foster Program is ReBuilding!
We are currently unable to Foster many animals, but if you are interested in volunteering to assist in this effort Please call ~ 208.232.0371 and leave your name and phone number. We’ll contact you with information about how you can be involved in this important project. Thank you!!
Becoming a Foster Caregiver
Finding yourself in the position of becoming a Foster Caregiver means reaching out with empathy and compassion for all living things; whether human or animal. It is a deeply satisfying experience for anyone who cares deeply about animals.
Providing Special Cat Needs
Cats love simple creture comforts! They love a treat (there never are enough), or a play toy to amuse themselves, and a fleece or flannel blanket to snuggle into. If you have small flannel or fleece cat blankets, or unused cat toys, and spare bags of cat treats, please give the BHS a call. We can certainly use them in providing a snug and safe place for our cats and kittens as they wait to be adopted and go home.
Please contact the Bannock Humane Society at: 208.232.0371 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To the World You May Only Be One Person,
But to the Animal You Rescue You Are The World
The decision to adopt a furry friend is not a simple one and requires a lifetime commitment for the fur-baby you choose. For more information about local options available through our Bannock Humane Society reach out by phone at (208) 232-0371 or, truly the best method,
email: email@example.com. We are happy to arrange a meet and greet for you along with the foster caregiver of the animal captivating your interest and the animal itself. We also encourage bringing the family along, which may even include a pet (cat or dog) you may already have at home. You will be able to speak directly with the foster parent of that animal.
Please, join us at the Bannock Humane Society Building located at 850 Barton Road in Pocatello, Idaho on the second Saturday of each month between the hours of 11:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m. for our Adoption Day.
We are sorry but the Bannock Humane Society will NOT ship pets. If you do not live locally and want to adopt one of our wonderful pets, please contact us and make arrangements to come and visit us in person! We are fortunate enough at times to be able to arrange some transport assistance to close localities, but strongly feel a personal greeting is mandatory.
We continue to offer a low cost adoption for cats in the amount of $70.00. The adoption includes FIV testing, all shots, rabies vaccination, spay/neuter and chipping.
WHAT A DEAL!!!!!!
Dog adoptions are $110.00 Dogs also go home spayed/neutered, have all shots,receive their rabies vaccination and are chipped.
The Pets for the Elderly program supports pet adoptions for senior citizens ages 60 years and up. Seniors are able to bring their furry friend home for $50.00 and are limited to two of these senior adoptions in one year. Pets for the Elderly animals are chipped as well.
Owner Commitment for Responsible Pet Ownership
- Routine veterinary care including check-ups and vaccines.
- Adequate nutrition through proper diet, clean water at all times.
- Daily exercise
- Regular grooming
- Being responsible to properly control my dog by providing fencing where appropriate, not letting my dog run loose, and using a leash in public.
- I will ensure that my pet has some form of identification (which may include collar tags, tattoos, or microchip ID).
- I will be responsible for my pet’s quality of life.
- I understand that basic training is beneficial to all dogs.
- I will give my pet attention and playtime.
- I understand that adopting a pet is a commitment in time and caring.
Remember our pets are not just a piece of property or a new piece of furniture but a living and LOVING creature that has feelings too. It is a proven fact that our pets are the only living things that care more about their owners than about themselves.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT!!!!
The Foster Program seeks to:
The Foster Program at the Bannock Humane Society provides safety and a secure temporary homes to dogs and cats. One of the most important tasks for the BHS is to ensure that each and every at-risk pet who comes our way has a warm place to stay with food and love, before we are able to find them a forever home.
- Provide homeless cats and dogs with temporary shelter, food, and loving care.
- Provide assistance in placing a new pet with potential families.
- Ensure animals in the program receive their immunizations, spaying and neutering to provide a long healthy life.
Foster Caregivers are extremely important! The Foster Program needs more caring people who are willing to take in a dog or cat until a new home can be found.
Please contact us if you are that very special person, a Foster caregiver.
Bannock Humane Society
850 Barton Road
P.O. Box 332
Pocatello, Idaho 83204