COVID-19: Most Recent Updates

We’ve made temporary changes to safeguard our community and staff and to continue to help the Valley’s most vulnerable pets who depend on us.

All visitors who enter an AHS building are required to wear a mask/face covering.  AHS will offer a disposable mask, free of charge, to visitors without one at our Sunnyslope Campus and Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion.

Spanish information is available here.

We are continuing to provide:

We have temporarily suspended:

  • Accepting healthy stray or owner-surrendered pets
  • Community events, classroom programs and on-site classes and programs
  • Walk-in vaccine clinics
  • New volunteers
  • Temporary pet placement programs

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Pets and COVID-19: At this time, and according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, there is no evidence that companion animals including pets can spread COVID-19 and “there is no justification in taking measures against companion animals which may compromise their welfare.” Please consult those websites for the latest information. We are actively monitoring COVID-19 recommendations from the CDC, AVMA, state, and local organizations. Please continue to check back frequently for updates.

Animals and COVID-19 Update