Ebony arrived at HHAF 17 years ago. She was listed as a feral puppy of 6 months old. She has grown over the years into a sweet, although very shy girl, who is very affectionate to her human caretakers whom she has learned to trust over the years. Unfortunately due to her extremely shy nature, she has been passed over time and time again, when it comes to adoptions.
Happy Hills was founded in 1982. Over the years many things have changed but one thing has always remained constant. That is a Life Long commitment to the animals in our care. We currently have 54 animals in our program. 60 percent of the current population of the HHAF shelter have been residents for 1 year or longer. These long term residents require routine care in addition to care given during normal intake. This additional care includes, but is not limited to, monthly heartworm preventive, monthly flea preventive, annual vaccinations, required rabies booster shots, semi-annual de-worming, dental cleaning and extractions, special diets, maintenance medications, and more. We know from experience that there is a home for everyone at the shelter. Some just take longer to find that special home than others. The care and quality of life for these long term residents is foremost in our minds, as we are sure it is yours.