September 8, 2018 The Humane Society of Greater Dayton will be closed on Saturday, September 8, 2018 for our Paws for Peace Spay/Neuter event. We will have lots of available dogs up for adoption at several different events around town. Visit www.hsdayton.org/events to see
PET ALERT The temperatures are already dropping low and the biggest thing to remember is that if it is too cold for you to be outside then it is too cold for your pets. The Humane Society of Greater Dayton recommends all animals should
Have fresh, clean water available at all times. Provide shelter from the sun. Keep in mind that shaded areas will change throughout the day. Make sure that there is good airflow around your pets. Do not put them into an enclosed shelter during hot weather.
Thank you for visiting the Humane Society of Greater Dayton’s website! We save the lives of thousands of homeless, abused and abandoned animals each year at the Humane Society! We are a non-profit, non-tax supported animal welfare agency; and we are not a part of
If you come into contact with young wildlife, do not immediately assume that the animals are orphaned. The parents of these young animals are likely searching for food. Many young animals instinctively remain in one location, while adults forage for food. Parents will likely to
Occasionally nuisance wildlife may need to be removed from your property. Contact a local animal-removal company to have the animal relocated or the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (937/372-9261) for advice.
If you see a sick or injured animal, please consider leaving the animal alone and letting nature take its course. Injured or sick animals may attempt to inflict injury on humans; they may also carry dangerous diseases or parasites. If the animal poses a threat
If you find a dead animal on your property or your street, you can call your local public-works offices or a trash-removal company to have the animal removed.
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Whether you live in downtown Dayton or in one of the many small towns in Montgomery County, you can bet that there is wildlife close by. It is not uncommon for the occasional raccoon, deer, squirrel, skunk or coyote to wander onto residential property. To