Some of our favorite crafts to make during Critter Camp are animal-shaped bead buddies. When you finish making these cute critters, you can put them on your backpack or lunch box to show that you love and support animals!
Do you have a small dog that breaks small dog stereotypes? Share why using #MySmallDogIs to help inspire the next generation of pet adopters to adopt a new small dog furry friend!
Love people and have a friendly, easy-going dog? Learn about enhancing the lives of people through the Pet Encounter Therapy program.
Congratulations to our Most Heartwarming Story winner: Abbott and Costello from the Blount County Humane Society!
Helen Woodward Animal Center has lost a dear friend. Mark, a long-term therapy horse in the program, passed away peacefully in the Therapy Barn, surrounded by his friends and “co-workers” who loved and cherished him dearly. He was 35 years old.
Animals hold a special place in our lives! These Valentine’s Day paper crafts are a fun and creative way for you and your little animal-lover to express your adoration for animals.
Learn how to socialize and train your chinchilla. Staff at Helen Woodward Animal Center have found that with time, patience, and a lot of TLC, chinchillas can become well-socialized with adults and children! And we’ll show you how!