We currently do not have any pets available for adoption.
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Welcome to HSPC’s website
Thank you for stopping by our site! If you are looking to adopt or need information on local rescue groups while the HSPC is closed, please check out these amazing local pet lovers (above). Be sure to explore all of our services, from low cost microchipping to spay/neuter assistance to our thrift store, Rescued Treasures. We are also now equipped with online event registration and payment for all of our fundraiser events, so be sure to view our event calendar and get registered!
This sweet girl is currently at Rescued Treasures, awaiting her family. She is microchipped and we have been able to call the owner but there is no voice-mail set up. If anyone recognizes this dog, please let us know! She is an extremely friendly Beagle mix with a pink collar and a red microchip tag.
We do everything we can to be prepared for everything and none of us want to think about this. Unfortunately, we have been alerted to several situations in the county where folks have passed, or been moved into long-term care facilities, and their pets have been left without care.
Do you have a plan for your pets? Encourage your loved ones to think about a plan for their pets so they are not abandoned, and are cared for appropriately. Don't leave your pets care to chance. Check out these resources and discuss your pet plan with your loved ones!
THANK YOU DePauw students for your continued support of the Humane Society! This group of girls spent Saturday afternoon scrubbing kennel gates, moving cages and displaying pet items in the shelter "Pet Store".
Rest benches for the dog kennels and a bathing tub have been ordered and housing for the felines should be finalized this week. This has all been made possible through fundraisers by organizations, 100 Women Who Care, individual donations and Rescued Treasures thrift store.
We are in need of financial support and volunteers to remodel an existing building into the In-Take/Quarantine building. This is for new arrivals to be tested and an area for any animals diagnosed with an illness to be quarantined from the healthy animals to prevent the spread of diseases. The shelter cannot open until this is done.
If you can help with this project, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support.
Annual membership dues play a significant financial role in helping the HSPC to provide our services to pets, people and community. Please consider becoming a 2015 member and help us recruit others to join.
Members are the foundation of the Humane Society of Putnam County. Members receive newsletters, can attend and vote at our annual meeting, can serve on the HSPC Board of Directors if elected and can serve on committees. In essence, members have a direct voice in the activities and future of the Humane Society.