Lost and Found
BHA works in partnership with local law enforcement to help reunite lost pets with their owners. If you have lost or found a pet, please call local law enforcement then call 406-446-3500 for additional support.
Please ensure your pet is wearing identification with your up-to-date contact information. Microchipping, available at your vet clinic, is also a good idea.
- The Stillwater County Sheriff’s Office can be reached at 406-322-5326
- The Carbon County Sheriff’s Office can be reached at 406-446-1234
BHA collects donated dog and cat food and distributes it to area food banks where it is available to anyone with a need. Donations of pet food are always appreciated.
To arrange pick-up or drop-off call 406-446-3500.
In many instances, survivors of domestic violence are afraid to leave their abusers because they fear retribution against their pets. BHA has partnered with Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (DSVS) to offer Safe Haven; a program that provides those leaving abusive situations with confidential foster homes that temporarily care for their pets while the survivor makes new living arrangements.
If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship and needs help, call DSVS at 406-446-2296.
For additional information on the Safe Haven program, call 406-446-3500.
BHA invests in the future
BHA offers an annual $1,000 scholarship to graduating high school seniors who are pursuing a career working with companion or service animals. Examples include veterinary medicine, working with animals in humanitarian efforts such as search and rescue, managing animal shelters and animal welfare programs, working with military or police dogs, and training service animals for people with disabilities.
The scholarship is open only to high school graduates in Carbon County and is made possible through donor restricted funds.
For scholarship requirements and application, click here.