Animal Hospital of Desert Hot Springs - Humane Society of the Desert

Two medical technicians at the Animal Hospital of Desert Hot Springs give a checkup to a poodle who had been surrendered to the Humane Society only a few hours earlier.

Hit hard by storms earlier this week, the Battle Mountain Humane Society in Hot Springs is asking the public for help.

From little to big -- it's moving day for dogs of all sizes as they take the trip from Save A Pet in Desert Hot Springs to the Humane Society of the Desert in North Palm Springs.

Humane Society fire, Hot Springs, SD – Wildfire Today

ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE -- The Battle Mountain Humane Society of Hot Springs went up in flames April 4, killing 11 dogs trapped inside. Word … Eleven months after fire destroyed its former home, the Battle Mountain Humane Society has a new, partially finished building at its site north of Hot Springs. Fundraisers are planned to help finish the interior of the new building as well as complete some outdoor projects.

Apr 4, 2012 - Humane Society fire, Hot Springs, SD

On October 24th at 3 pm at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3819 Central Avenue, The Hot Springs Flute Ensemble will be having their annual benefit concert with proceeds going to Humane Society of Garland County. The entry fee is a monetary and/or pet food donation at the door. This event is always fun, and the Hot Springs Flute Ensemble is packed with talent, so come and join us!

Battle Mountain Humane Society Hot Springs, SD


The Hot Springs Flute Ensemble, conducted by Sigilda Naidin, will hold a fundraiser for the Garland County Humane Society at 3 p.m. Oct. 23 in the fellowship hall of Westminster Presbyterian Church. Admission is by a monetary donation or pet food or supplies.Between August 1, 2015 and August 19, 2016, The Humane Society of Garland County has adopted out 241 dogs and 57 cats to prescreened homes locally, and they have sent 81 dogs on transport to Friends of Orange County Homeless Pets, a private organization in California, where they were adopted into prescreened homes. They currently have 60 dogs and 30 cats in our care at their kennel. The organization changed kennel managers and elected a new board of directors in 2014, and, since that time, the organization has grown in its outreach to the community, as well as increasing its success in placing dogs and cats into loving permanent homes. Volunteers and board members have spoken at local schools and organizations on multiple occasions, and this resulted in increased awareness of responsible pet ownership as well as increasing awareness of our organization. We are working toward building a new facility at our kennel site, as our current buildings are inadequate and dilapidated. We have had good support from local donors in the community to raise funds for our capital campaign. We have had several successful fundraisers as well. We now have good relationships with Animal WelfareLeague of Hot Springs Village and Paws and Claws Rescue locally. Overall, this organization is making great strides in animal welfare in the Garland County area. The organization financials are transparent as well.