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  • Planned Pigeonhood

    With no natural predators in Waikiki, pigeons present a messy and costly problem to local businesses. A contraceptive-laced food provides a solution.

  • In the Loop

    Although not ideal for use in every situation, Snappy Snares can be an especially valuable tool for ACOs trying to capture elusive animals.

  • Road Ready

    Both experienced animal welfare professionals and vehicle manufacturers weigh in on how you can get an animal control vehicle that truly meets the unique needs of your agency.

  • Freeze and Quackers

    Every winter, The HSUS’s Dave Pauli works to rescue and relocate abandoned domestic ducks that end up trapped in Montana lakes as the water freezes.

  • The Costs of Animal Hoarding

    Taking on a major hoarding case can stretch a shelter’s staff and its budget. We offer tips about how to plan for the costs of such cases, and present them to supporters so they can help you defray the expenses.

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  • Shelter Services

    The HSUS's Shelter Services program helps shelters acquire the tools they need to ensure long-term organizational stability and success in the dynamic environment of animal welfare. No matter the size or issues facing your organization, Shelter Services is here to help.

  • Dogfighting Rescue Coalition

    The HSUS' Dogfighting Rescue Coalition is dedicated to giving every dog rescued from dogfighting busts a chance at a new life. They depend on shelters and rescue groups who are willing to partner with them and take these dogs into their programs and find proper placements for them.

  • Wild Neighbors

    The HSUS Wild Neighbors program seeks to raise public awareness and understanding about urban wildlife and to promote humane resolution of human-wildlife conflicts. The program features a variety of educational resources for citizens and for the local animal groups to which citizens often turn for advice.

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