All paired men’s, women’s and kids shoes that are still usable… That means – no holes in the soles and no wet or mildewed pairs. Paint spots and stains are OK!read more
Below is a small sampling of what you might find. Our Labor Day weekend sale featured many fall and Halloween decorations. We have seasonal items nearly every month, and a huge turn over of items.read more
During “kitten season” (starting in April and ending early October) every animal shelter and rescue across the country fills up and continues to get dozens of appeals to take in orphaned kittens or pregnant mothers.read more
Fewer Trips to the Doctor: Seniors who own dogs go to the doctor less than those who do not. In a study of 1,000 Medicare patients, even the most highly stressed dog owner/guardians in the study had 21% fewer physician contacts than people without a dog.read more
Cats are territorial, and in general they don’t like to share. A cat who’s unhappy about a newcomer may express his displeasure by fighting with the other pet and marking territory (peeing on the floor, wall, objects).read more
When the new dog enters the home, territorial instincts tell the old dog that he is to defend his home.read more
I will lend to you for awhile a puppy, God said, For you to love him while he lives and to mourn for him when he is gone. Maybe for 12 or 14 years, or maybe for 2 or 3 But will you, till I call him back take care of him for me? He'll bring his charms to gladden you...read more
Barn cats available for free adoption in Walden, NY Every shelter always has a diverse mix of cats who are looking for a home. Kittens are cute, playful and easily adoptable. Most people fall in love with the kitty who will become their cuddly, friendly lap cat,...read more
Most Shelters have a lot of pit bull dogs. The pit bull "breed" is a combination of many breeds They come in all sizes, shapes and colors, short and stocky, lanky and leggy. It's easy to identify the pushed in snout and brindle coloring of the boxer, or the low-to-the...read more
2489 Albany Post Road | Walden, NY 12586 845-778-5115 [yoast-breadcrumb] We offer private cremations and urns for your beloved pet. Please call the shelter at 845-778-5115 to discuss cremation options, costs and time frames with our staff. We hope to make this...read more
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The Humane Society of Walden is a no-kill, non-profit safe haven dedicated to helping stray and abandoned cats and dogs. Our animal shelter serves the communities of Montgomery, Walden, Maybrook, Crawford, Wawarsing, Shawangunk, and Mamakating, but will not turn away pets from across the country in need.
Humane Society of Walden
2489 Albany Post Road
Walden, New York 12586