Etowah Valley Humane Society appreciates our veterans and their families. We understand the sacrifices they have made every day to help protect our rights and freedoms. As a thank you, we are offering $25 off our adoption fees for any veteran or family member of a veteran from Nov. 11-Nov. 15, 2015. Just bring your [...]
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July 24, 2015 It is with deep regret that I must inform the public that as of Thursday, July 23, 2015, the Etowah Valley Humane Society has a lab confirmed case of Asian canine influenza A (H3N2). This relatively new strain of flu had primarily been confined to the Midwest states, but has evidently migrated [...]
by Marie Nesmith The Daily Tribune News, January 19, 2014 As the rescue coordinator for the Etowah Valley Humane Society, Jan Granai is on the front lines at Bartow County Animal Control, helping increase the lifespan and quality of life for hundreds of animals. Even though she is a part-time EVHS employee, her steadfast dedication [...]
The Etowah Valley Humane Society’s main goal is finding permanent lifetime homes for the great animals in our custody. As director, Bryan Canty has done a remarkable job by increasing community awareness to the EVHS cause, developing innovative programs, and raising desperately needed funds. Ultimately the number of lives saved through adoptions and rescues has [...]
The Daily Tribune News, June 5, 2013 With Woofstock set for Saturday, Etowah Valley Humane Society Director Bryan Canty is looking forward to forging an ongoing partnership with Cartersville Elks Lodge No. 1969. “[The proceeds go] toward the operation expenses [of our shelter] and the care and maintenance of all of our great homeless pets,” [...]