We advance the welfare of animals and promote positive relationships between animals and people. 

We are Social Animals!

Your Friday warm and fuzzy!

Baby Girl (formerly Julia) came to us very nervous. But once in Paula’s arms, the big black bun cuddled up and looked right at home. On how far Baby Girl has come:

"How wonderful it was to have her come into her bunny-tude. Initially, if she was out of her x-pen, she'd make this sort of whimper, find a corner, and just hunker down. (Now) she's found her place and is a content little (big!) bunny.” Hoppy day!
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Meet Aubrey, a girl with a huge heart for animals! Instead of asking for birthday presents this year, Aubrey asked for pet food for her local Humane Society. Get this...it's her second time forgoing birthday presents so that she can give back to animals in need! On behalf of our animals great and small, thank you for all that you do, Aubrey <3 ... See MoreSee Less

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Wander by Featured Pet Hazel’s kennel, and she’s all happiness, tickled to be greeted! She’s little miss goodie goodie on walks, ignoring other dogs, and she handles like a dream — calm and quiet. The 8-years-young Chihuahua tends to err on the side of caution, uncertainly approaching new situations. An understanding family with older kiddos or adults would be a great fit.

Potential adopters, please also keep in mind that though spirited, Hazel is getting up there in age, and has a heart murmur, grade 3/6. She will need to be worked up further with a regular veterinarian in the near future to determine if further steps are necessary. But if able and willing to commit to the vibrant Hazel, you’re in for a treat, pure and simple! #504083
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A huge thanks to Unleashed Dog Daycare & Wellness Center, LLC for helping shelter dog Pearl, who just ate up all the attention! Massage and TTouch not only help with this sweet girl's reactivity at the gate, but they also work to improve overall health and behavior. ... See MoreSee Less

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KathleenCreating positive relationships for people and pets is how we advance the welfare of animals in our community. As a local, independent 501c3 non-profit organization, this has been our mission since 1888. We provide sheltering and adoption services as well as pet care resources for families. Visit us in person or check out our adoptable animals and other services listed on this website.

Kathleen Olson, CAWA
Executive Director

Upcoming Events

  1. Feb

    Want to become a Humane Society volunteer? Attending Volunteer General Orientation is your first step.

  2. Feb

    The Humane Society will be closed on Monday, February 15 in observance of the Presidents Day holiday. We will reopen on Tuesday, February 16 at 11:00 am.

  3. Mar

    Want to become a Humane Society volunteer? Attending Volunteer General Orientation is your first step.


Homeless animals have been placed this year


Lost pets have been reunited with their owners this year