Dear Friends of Chesapeake Humane Society, We are quickly approaching the one-year mark of modified operations and restrictions we would never have imagined feasible due to the pandemic. The care we provide to the pets in our adoption program and through our veterinary clinic is essential service so our team hasn’t skipped a beat over […]
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Animal Connections Published by the Virginian Pilot on 01-06-2021 Written by Lacy Kuller, Chesapeake Humane Society Executive Director All three of my dogs were adults when I adopted them, and they all lived their lives outside before being welcomed into my home. One of them was pretty scared of everything in life when I first […]
Chesapeake Humane Society’s Executive Director, Lacy Shirey, joins WCTV to talk about two dangerous diseases pet owners need to be aware of: heartworm disease and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV). Plus, she shares information about a fun new cat cafe in town! Special guests George and Carob also make an appearance.
Community Service Spotlight: Chesapeake Humane Society Giving Tree Posted: 12-08-2020 Girl Scouts love helping others and the holiday season is an especially busy time of year for Girl Scouts doing community service to help their community friends, including the four paw friends! Girl Scout Brownie Troop 382 in Chesapeake, led by Carolyn Engler, decided to […]
Animal Connections Published by the Virginian Pilot on 12-07-2020 Written by Lacy Shirey, Chesapeake Humane Society Executive Director The practice of releasing balloons is still considered an acceptable practice by many, but, as Sir Isaac Newton said, what goes up must come down, and the impact on the environment and wildlife can be […]
June 11, 2016 Casey was one of “long-timers” but I’m very pleased to report that this fella has been adopted! He is an older cat with diabetes, which means that he requires a special diet, two shots of insulin every day, and frequent trips to the vet. He certainly required a home that was willing […]
June 4, 2016 Lacy Kuller, CHS Executive Director, recently participated in the YMCA’s Active Older Adults Day. She brought along Henry, a five year old Chihuahua mix, to promote their Seniors for Seniors Adoption Program. If you are interested in meeting Henry, he is currently available for adoption at Chesapeake Animal Services. Click here for […]
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