Union County Humane Society

About Union County Humane Society

The Union County Humane Society offers pet adoptions to Pets for Patriots member Patriots in Union County and will assist them in selecting their new best friend. The organization successfully places more than 85% of the animals in its charge in addition to investigating hundreds of animal abuse and neglect cases every year.

In addition to pet adoption, the Union County Humane Society offers various programs to enrich the lives of people and animals. As part of its commitment to promote responsible pet ownership and reduce pet overpopulation, the organization offers a low-cost spay/neuter program and its innovative Heel-2-Heal program, in which shelter dogs are trained by residents at the Central Ohio Youth Center towards achievement of their Canine Good Citizen certification. The shelter’s Kitty Connection provides free, long-term foster for seniors’ cats, while its Ruff Reading initiative allows schoolchildren to read to dogs and cats awaiting adoption.

The Union County Humane Society welcomes monetary donations, in addition to a wide range of pet and office supplies; see their complete wish list for details. For a more hands on experience, become one of their valued volunteers or a pet foster.

Adoption Fees Include:

Spay/neuter surgery
Vaccinations, including rabies
Microchip for permanent identification
New collar and leash (dogs)
Meet Your Match behavior assessment (dogs)
Heartworm test (dogs)
Feline leukemia and FIV (cats)
30 days free pet health insurance
Member Patriot exclusive: 25% adoption fee Discount; 15% Discount on basic canine obedience from Anything Goes For Dogs


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