Safe Trick or Treating at Nevada Humane Society

Looking for a safe place to bring the kids Trick-or-Treating this Halloween? Nevada Humane Society is not only safe, but will be lots of fun with Halloween decorations, animals and staff in costume, and lots of yummy candy. You can wander through the shelter from 4:00 – 7:00 pm on Friday, October 31, picking up candy and love vibes from the many different animals.

Maybe you’ll even find the perfect new furry friend to take home with you. The whole week of Halloween, Monday, October 23, through Sunday, November 2, you can adopt any adult cat (six months and older) for only $25, half off the regular adoption fee. In addition, you can adopt any adult dog (six months and older) for only $40, a $10 savings. These are great bargains and we have a wide variety of breeds, sizes and colors from which to choose.

“When considering the adoption of a dog or cat, many people don’t realize what shelters have to offer,” said Bonney Brown, the Executive Director for the Nevada Humane Society. “We have purebreds, as well as mixed breeds, that offer a wide-range of personalities and characteristics. Our Adoption Counselors are available to help you find the perfect match that fits your family and lifestyle.”

So visit the Nevada Humane Society on Halloween for safe Trick-or-Treating and fun for the whole family. Or visit anytime during the week and adopt a cat or dog at our specially reduced Halloween adoption fees. All animals are neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped and these services are included in the low adoption fees that would normally cost over $200.

Normal shelter house are Monday through Friday, 11am to 6:30pm, Saturday, 10am to 6:30pm, Sunday, 11 am to 6:30pm. The Nevada Humane Society is located at 2825 Longley Lane, Suite B, in Reno. They can be reached at 775-856-2000.

By adopting a pet next week, you can help Nevada Humane Society save lives and find homes for the deserving animals of our community.

About Nevada Humane Society: Nevada Humane Society is a non-profit, charitable organization founded in 1932. We are a no-kill shelter whose mission is to find homes and provide care for homeless animals and to bring people and animals together to make Washoe County a no-kill community.