Berkeley Humane’s blog is filled with helpful tips and resources for our animal-loving community, as well as exciting news about our shelter’s animals, programs and events!
So many shelter animals need loving homes: our mission is to provide a safe haven for these animals and to find them loving homes. We ensure that each animal in our care receives medical attention, behavioral evaluations, and a comprehensive adoption package, which includes: Medical and Behavior Evaluations: Berkeley Humane
Pints for Paws has partnered with global nonprofit Be The Match® as an official sponsor for the upcoming event on June 3rd, 2023. Be The Match connects patients with matching donors for life-saving bone marrow or blood stem cell transplants, will be joining the Pints for Paws festivities with a
Voted Best Fundraising Event in the East Bay for several years, Pints for Paws will take place on Saturday, June 3, 2023 from 2-5pm (1 hour earlier for VIPs ticket holders) at 2700 Ninth Street, Berkeley. This annual event is organized by volunteers, so all funds raised go directly to
There are few things that warm your heart faster than seeing a pile of ten four-week-old black kittens all snuggled together. Twenty eyes staring back at you from tiny balls of fur making the smallest meows is one of the most adorable things you will ever experience.
We see this all too often. Senior pets are surrendered to animal shelters or simply abandoned when their health needs become too complicated or expensive. It is heartbreaking. At Berkeley Humane we know that senior dogs and cats make wonderful pets, and we make it a priority to transport them
We expect to provide every pet transported to Berkeley Humane with the best possible medical care and Keone was no exception. He traveled almost 2,400 miles from Kona to get the specialized treatment he needed to save his life. Keone was suffering from a large inguinal hernia, which caused his
Tito’s Handmade Vodka, known as the Vodka for Dog People, is announcing a special $50,000 grant to Berkeley Humane to support the medical care for dogs arriving from Kona, Hawaii.
It is no secret that nationally there is a shortage of veterinarians, and the Bay Area has not been spared! With fewer veterinarians, fewer animals are getting spayed/neutered, leading to unwanted animals creating overcrowding conditions in shelters. To address this trend and in conjunction with February designated as Spay Neuter