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Humane Society of Harrison County

2450 Saltwell Rd, Shinnston, WV 26431, United States

Adoption policy

Who we are We are strictly a no kill facility. In other words, we keep our animals at our shelter until a good home is found. For every animal that we place into a home, we rescue another from Animal Control. We make every effort to select the healthiest and most compatible friends for our clients. It is a difficult choice, but one that is necessary. It is our dream to be able to save and house all the animals before they are euthanized at the Animal Control Center. It may seem like an impossible mission, but it is our goal. Our Purpose Our primary purpose is to maintain an animal shelter for unwanted animals, with the objective of securing them loving homes. However, the HSHC also endeavors to: educate the public with regard to sterilization programs and their role in the prevention of pet overpopulation eliminate the use of animals in biomedical research and testing correct inhumane conditions for animals in pet stores, circuses, kennels and transportation eliminate cruelty in hunting and trapping activities and assist city and county officials in animal related issues Our Policy The HSHC\"s policy is to: provide humane care and treatment for all animals needing protection in the area served by the shelter seek to return lost animals to their homes and owners find suitable homes for unwanted animals and most importantly to educate the public on the overpopulation crisis in our local counties

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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