The Jason Debus Heigl Foundation

  • The Compassion Revolution
  • The Compassion Revolution

Join The Revolution!

Be part of The Compassion Revolultion, our no kill program to directly address the pet overpopulation crisis.

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Heigl Hounds Of Hope

Meet Our Dogs

The Heigl Hounds Of Hope are medium to large sized dogs rescued from high kill shelters looking for a forever home.

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How You Can Help

How You Can Help

Get involved and support our mission to eliminate the needless suffering inflicted on animals by human cruelty, indifference and ignorance.

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Latest News

Thursday, April 17, 2014

A Groundbreaking Interactive Play & Exercise Area In Tulare

A Groundbreaking Interactive Play & Exercise Area In Tulare

A few weeks ago the Tulare Animal Shelter held a groundbreaking ceremony with a difference for a new 780 sq ft interactive play and exercise area for puppies and dogs. The facility, primarily funded by a grant from the JDHF and the Tulare Rotary Club, will allow staff, volunteers and potential dog owners to play and exercise the shelter residents.


Tuesday, March 18, 2014

San Fernando Valley Animal Welfare Community Summit 2014

San Fernando Valley Animal Welfare Community Summit 2014

Live in the San Fernando Valley? Do you see stray dogs or cats in your neighborhood? Be part of the solution! Come along to the free Animal Welfare Summit and help address the welfare of animals in your community.


Monday, March 17, 2014

Bottle Pets To Help Rescued Pups

Bottle Pets To Help Rescued Pups

When Bottle Pets heard about the Sochi and Adler, the sick stray pups rescued from Russia by staff from the US Winter Olympic Team and members of the press, they wanted to help support the Heigl Foundation and our efforts to provide care and medical treatment for the two dogs. Find out how!


Sunday, March 16, 2014

Dining With Dogs

Dining With Dogs

New California State Legislation sponsored by the Social Compassion In Legislation (SCIL) that will make it legal for restaurants to offer areas for people to dine with their pets has been introduced by assemblymember Mariko Yamada. AB 1965 would allow dog owners to dine out with their furry friends, by permitting restaurants to voluntarily allow pet dogs in outdoor seating areas under specified conditions.


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