At Samuel Hubbard, we love pets. We really love dogs—there’s always a puppy running around our office as proof! We’re partnering with the Marin Humane Society this month and we want to show a little extra love to our pawfect friends. Do you want to know how to help your local Humane Society? Look no further
7 ways to help your local Humane Society
Give a pet from your local Humane Society shelters a loving home. Providing amazing families for these pets makes the biggest impact. Always choose to adopt over buying from a breeder. Help break the cycle that has led to so many animals being placed in shelters in the first place.
Donate to the Humane Society or other organizations that work directly to improve the lives of animals all around the country. Every dollar helps. To donate visit: https://www.marinhumane.org/get-involved/ways-to-give/
3. Amazon Wish List
Donate to the Humane Society’s Amazon wish list. It’s easy and practical because you can see the real needs of local humane societies. https://www.animalhumanesociety.org/donate/donate-our-wish-list
4. Donate Warm Items
Donating blankets, crates, and towels is another incredible way to help your local shelters without breaking the bank.
5. Spay and Neuter
Make sure you do your part by spaying and neutering all of your pets This one is simple. It's a big part of helping to make sure that shelters don’t get overwhelmed. If you love your pets, you’ll take this step.
Volunteer at local shelters. Giving your time is an incredible way to see the impact that you can have on your community. There’s another obvious benefit. You get to spend time with adorable pets.
Help your local Humane Society by fostering pets to get them ready for their forever families.
There are so many ways to make a difference in the lives of our furry friends. We’re passionate about empowering adventures, not only for the people who wear our shoes, but for the animals and people who need our help to make their next chapter possible. Together, we can make a difference. Let’s keep making an impact as a community. Where to?