Michigan Humane Society

(Photo: Michigan Humane Society)

Keep Pets Safe On Thanksgiving

Turkey bones, chicken bones and ham bones can splinter and cause the intestinal track to become perforated.

CBS Detroit–11/28/2013

Flutter (credit: Michigan Humane Society)

Puppy Survives 2-Story Tumble In Detroit

The puppy, now named Flutter, has two fractured legs.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/07/2013

This lucky sheep was rescued after an adventure in Detroit. (credit: Michigan Humane Society)

Sheep Escapes Slaughter Following Adventure On 8 Mile

The Humane Society is now custody of the fluffy farm animal, who made a surprise visit to a Detroit auto shop.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/16/2013

Kitten rescued by Michigan Humane Society team member Chris Ouwerkerk (source: Michigan Humane Society)

Kitten Rescued From Pipe At U.S.-Canada Border

A kitten that found itself trapped between countries has been rescued.

CBS Detroit–09/19/2013

(Photo: Almost Home Shelter)

Pet Of The Week: Meet Rusty!

Labor Day weekend is a great time to go hiking and camping. But who wants to do that without a best friend?

CBS Detroit–08/30/2013

(Photo: Michigan Humane Society)

Pets Of The Week: Affection Ahead

They don’t take up much space, require very little in the way of one-on-one time and eat basically one bowl of food a day.

08/09/2013

Yorkshire Terrier (Getty Images)

Local Pet Food Banks Running Low, Humane Society Seeks Help

The Humane Society’s food bank is running low on food and depends on the generosity of the public to keep its free food program for low income families running.

08/06/2013

(Photo: Michigan Humane Society)

Pets Of The Week: Happy Campers

Say hello to Ronald! This spirited 2-month-old pit bull terrier cannot wait to infect you with his bounciness.

CBS Detroit–07/26/2013

(Photo: Michigan Humane Society)

Pets Of The Week: Spunky And Energetic

Pauly, an adorable Pug looking for his forever home at the Michigan Humane Society, is a spunky and energetic 2-year-old.

CBS Detroit–06/28/2013

These playful pooches take a break from the hot summer heat in their owner's pool. (Credit: Michigan Humane Society)

Humane Society: Keep Your Pets Protected From Hot Weather

With temperatures expected to hit over 85 degrees over the next several days, the Michigan Humane Society is urging pet owners to take the necessary precautions to protect their pets from serious heat-related dangers that can result in heatstroke, or worse.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/22/2013

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