Our Vision
 
The Humane Society of Ashland County is a non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of animals through the rescue, care and placement of injured, abused, neglected and abandoned animals into permanent and loving homes.  We serve as advocates for animals, strive to end animal overpopulation, and are committed to providing community service programs and educating the public about the humane treatment of animals.  
 

 
This website is designed to keep the community up to date on our latest fundraisers, current events, and most importantly, to get our homeless animals into loving furrever homes. Please take a moment to browse our Dogs and Cats available for adoption while you're here and we hope you find what you're looking for! And don't forget to visit us on Facebook!
 

Latest News and Announcements

  • The Barker Shop Becomes 2014 Sponsor Great news, The Barker Shop has become a 2014 Siamese level sponsor. You can also check them our at Pawzfest on July 12th offer dog washing and nail trimming.
    Posted May 28, 2014, 5:37 PM by Rhonda Hofer
  • 2014 5K and Doggie Dash Registration OPEN!! Our 2nd annual 5k and Doggie Dash will be held on July 12th this year. Register HERE by June 30th to receive a FREE event t-shirt.  
    Posted May 27, 2014, 9:01 AM by Rhonda Hofer
  • Peppy Paws Pooch Park becomes 2014 Sponsor We want to thank Peppy Paws Pooch Park for their support as a 2014 sponsor. Also owner Tod Mills is a volunteer member of our Public Relations committee who is ...
    Posted May 27, 2014, 8:56 AM by Rhonda Hofer
  • Tender Loving Care Dog Program @ Mansfield Corrections The Tender Loving Care Dog Program at Mansfield Corrections has a new program director. Stacy Case with Mansfield Corrections has been overseeing the program now for several months and has ...
    Posted May 27, 2014, 8:50 AM by Rhonda Hofer
  • NEW DATE FOR 2014 PAWZFEST & 5K and DOGGIE DASH July 12, 2014 is the new date for our event this year. It is still being held at the Ashland County Fairgrounds. The Pawz for a Cawz 5k & Doggie Dash ...
    Posted May 27, 2014, 8:37 AM by Rhonda Hofer
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FAQ

How do I adopt a animal from the Humane Society?
If you are interested in adopting any of the animals available through the Humane Society, there are several ways you can apply. You can download the adoption application available in the "Publications and Reports" section, fill it out and send it to: PO Box 114, Ashland, OH 44805. Or feel free to email any of our board members for more information. Also, Petfinder.com has more information on who to contact directly for each individual animal.

Are there any programs for spay/neutering my pets?
Any local veterinary clinic can offer a spay/neuter for dogs and cats. The Humane Society brings the RASCAL unit to Ashland once a month to offer low cost spay/neuters on an appointment basis. More information on that is available under the "Spay and Neuter" tab, and the dates are available on the events calendar each month.
 
How do I register my pets with Ashland County?
Dog licenses can be purchased at the Auditors office, the county Dog Shelter, and several convenience stores in the area. But the best way to attach an identity to your pet in case of loss/theft is microchipping. All of the animals that come into the HS are microchipped prior to adoption. If you have a pet that was not adopted through the HS and would like to have him/her chipped, many vets in the area will do so, and it is also a service offered at RASCAL.
 
What are the fees for adopting a Humane Society pet?
Currently our fees are $75 for a cat/kitten, $165 (as of June 1, 2010) for a dog/puppy. These fees help offset the cost of spay/neuter, vaccination, disease testing, worming, microchipping, and licensing.
 
Can I surrender my animal to the Humane Society?
We are an organization currently without a building, operating solely out of foster homes and the MANCI program. This unfortunately limits the number of animals we are able to take in from time to time. Our focus is to assist with animals that are "in danger". If you find you must surrender your animal, here are some things you should know.