The Holmes County Humane Society (HCHS) is an organization of concerned people
like yourself, who have come together to
promote animal welfare. The HCHS is chartered by the State of Ohio as
a non-profit corporation.
If you feel you can help in any of these ways, more information is
available by clicking on the menu items on the left.
Our mission is to:
- Promote the humane treatment of animals through public education,
- Provide second chances for unwanted and/or abused animals,
- Enforce animal protection laws in collaboration with state, county,
and local authorities.
Your help is needed in many ways:
- To give a pet a loving caring home
- To provide temporary foster care for homeless or at-risk animals
- To neuter/spay your pets to prevent unwanted offspring
- To contribute financial support
- To volunteer your time to help
The mobile RASCAL unit provides low-cost spaying, neutering, and vaccination services.
Click here for more information
DID YOU KNOW?
The Holmes County Humane Society is made up of volunteers who are
trying to make a difference in the lives of Holmes County animals.
We do not have an agent yet and we have a limited capacity shelter,
so we are limited in what we can
currently do to help you in your quest for finding safe homes for
cats and dogs or stopping animal abuse.
Listed below are numbers you can currently call for immediate help.
If we can be of any assistance in recommending options for you,
please do not hesitate to call us.
- For abused or neglected animals call: The Dog Warden at 330-674-6301 or
the Sheriff's Office at 330-674-1936
- For general information or recommendations call: Holmes County Humane Society at
330-377-4026 - Leave a message and we will return your call.
- For wild animal concerns call: The Game Warden via the
Sheriff's Office at 330-674-1936
- For stray dogs call: The Dog Warden at 330-674-6301
OHIO PET LICENSE PLATE NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE
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