Yavapai Humane Society

Where Every Animal Counts

Yavapai Humane Society

Where Every Animal Counts

Yavapai Humane Society

Where Every Animal Counts

Yavapai Humane Society

Where Every Animal Counts


The threat of COVID-19 has generated understandable concern within Yavapai County. The health and well-being of Yavapai Humane Society’s customers, donors, community partners, staff, volunteers, and our animals is a top priority! We are continuing to monitor new developments daily, even hourly, and making adjustments in our plan to protect against the spread of COVID-19.

Yavapai Humane Society Adoptions
Available by appointment only.
Monday – Friday 12:00 pm – 5:30 pm.
Saturday & Sunday 11:30 pm – 4:30 pm. Click here to schedule an appointment. 

  • Our Lost & Found Department is open by appointment only please call 928-445-2666 for more information.
  • Our Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic will be open as of May 27th. Surgeries will be available by appointment only Wednesday’s through Friday’s and our Walk in Vaccination Clinic will be open on Saturday’s only from 8:00am – 4:00pm. Learn More.
  • Our Thrift Store is open Tuesday – Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm
  • Anyone that is ill will NOT be allowed within Yavapai Humane Society.

We thank you for your cooperation and understanding. We care about the health and safety of our community and our animals.


We serve 100s of pets each month. Every donation you make helps take care of a person’s new companion to be.


Yavapai Humane Society is passionate about finding forever homes for the 3,000+ animals we rescue each year. Opt to adopt!


Volunteers are critical to the work we do and they help YHS make a difference in the lives of animals and the people of Yavapai County.


Due to COVID-19 outbreak, to protect everyone involved, we are going to an appointment only based adoption operation effective immediately and until further notice.

Yavapai Humane Society now has an online store!

Our online store deals are comparable to Chewy, PetRx and PetMeds but with the HUGE difference that all profits from the sale go directly to the animals at YHS!! What could be better!?!? You get what you need and the animals at YHS get help for what they need!!

In The News

Expanding resources for pet owners in need

On Friday, February 23, Yavapai Humane Society celebrated the re-launch of its Second Chance Program. The program is an effort to provide medical support for low-income pet owners’ cats and dogs that have an illness or injury and nowhere else to turn. While this...

Hundreds of Pet Lovers get Their Wag on to Save Lives

How could simply taking your dog for a walk raise $40,000 for pets in need? When more than 300 dedicated animal lovers come together to support homeless pets. It’s called peer-to-peer fundraising and it’s exactly what the Prescott-area community did for Yavapai Humane...

Dozen precious pups, all find fur-ever homes!

We have wonderful news. Today, Murphy was adopted. He is the last to reach his forever home of the twelve dogs YHS retrieved from a difficult situation on Nov 10, 2016. In an area low on resources in northern Arizona, a man took on about thirty dogs that had it rough...

YHS Volunteer makes headlines

      Yavapai Humane Society (YHS) volunteer, Sam Tarhan, was recently featured in an article by Nanci Hutson in The Daily Courier. We are honored to have Sam as part of our YHS team. Read the full article here. To volunteer contact Yavapai Humane...



Both of my two dogs I have adopted from Yavapai Humane Society, and they are the best! Now I am an employee at the shelter and love working for a great cause that I believe in. I know every member of the team really cares about these animals and has so much...


We adopted our hound mix from Yavapai Humane Society about two months ago and they were so helpful in our process! We went in wanting to know about two other dogs and met one other before we found our Indy. The guy at the front desk was so helpful and ready to tell us...


I adopted a cat from YHS earlier in the year. The staff was caring and wonderful and made sure that it was the right match for both Tucker and us! Tucker is amazing and wonderful and we adore him! Thank you, YHS, for making sure that we got a wonderful new family...


I adopted my best friend from the Yavapai Humane Society five years ago and will be eternally grateful to them for saving my buddy. I chose the Yavapai Humane Society based on recommendations from friends, and the organization was everything they promised it would be...


YHS is an amazing organization with great staff and wonderful volunteers whose compassion and love for the animals shows day in and day out. Having the live release rate they do is evident of the job done there and I am thankful that we has a community have a shelter...

Pet Tips

Companionship good for the body and soul

Just another amazing example of how your dog is really the best companion...a workout buddy and a source of unconditional love. The human-animal bond is so powerful!   Eric & Peety (from Humane Society Silicon Valley)Eric weighed over 300 pounds, had type 2...

How dogs identify friend and foe

According to a recent study reported in the journal Current Biology, dogs can pick up emotional cues from another dog by watching the direction of its wagging tail. In a series of lab experiments, dogs became anxious when they saw an image of a dog wagging its tail to...

Benefits to exercising with your four-legged best friend

Are you having trouble sticking to your new year's resolution of exercising more? Maybe you need a good physical trainer to help you meet your fitness goals: your best friend! Research shows that dogs are actually nature's perfect personal trainers. Dogs are naturally...

Beat the Heat

February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness month. Awareness can sometimes be uncomfortable. For instance, are you aware that 2.7 million dogs and cats are killed in American animal shelters every year? Are you aware that many of these deaths are unnecessary? Are you...

Lessons for Pets After Rabies Scare

When we got the call from Animal Control in early December that a domestic cat had been positively identified for rabies, disbelief and concern immediately set in. Our community hadn't seen a rabies case in a domestic pet for almost 50 years! The whole Quad Cities...

1625 Sundog Ranch Road
Prescott, AZ 86301

PHONE: (928) 445-2666


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