Welcome to our Website!

Click on the page tabs above for more information about the High Plateau Humane Society's programs and services, read a little about our volunteer board and managers, find information about available dogs and cats, dog training tips, and even some great dog and cat food recipes! If you have any questions for us, please email Jenn at HPHS@Ymail.com. :)

Monday, April 30, 2018


Charlie Brown has been with us for several months, and I cannot understand why.  This boy is friendly and fun loving.  He is also neutered, up on all his shots, gets along well with other dogs, and should be a great play buddy with another medium sized (40 to 60 pound) dog.

This boy loves to move, and is learning how to fetch (as you can see in the video).  He controls himself well, does not seem to want to bark (even when other dogs are), tries not to jump up on anyone, and is eager to learn.  It took me 10 minutes to teach him to fetch a pine cone for me.  Imagine what he could do in 15!

If you are interested in meeting Charlie for adoption or fostering, please use the Contact Form on this page to let us know.   I would be happy to talk with you.

-Jenn Andersen, Dog Program Coordinator

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Thank You For Visiting!

Welcome to our web page!  Above you will find a number of tabs providing you with information about the High Plateau Humane Society's volunteer staff and upcoming events, the animals and services we have available, and some training tips on how to rehome your pet, train your dog, and even some advice on how to make your own dog and cat food!  If you have any questions for us, please email us at HPHS@Ymail.com.  

Thank you for visiting, and please consider joining us as a Volunteer or a Supporting Member!! 

Management Changes

The High Plateau Humane Society is quickly adjusting to a change in leadership with the departure of its Chief Executive Officer, Judy Bullard.  Judy submitted her resignation on April 26th following five years of service.  “Judy put her heart and soul into this organization and we are going to miss her daily presence, but this was not unexpected.  Rescue has a way of wearing you down and eventually you simply need to take a break.”, explained former Vice-President, now Chief Executive Officer,  Kim Weimann.  

With the departure of Judy, and the promotion of Kim Weimann to the position of Chief Executive Officer, a new slot has opened on the Board.  If you are interested in joining the Board of Directors for the Humane Society, please email our organization at HPHS@Ymail.com.