Devoted to Caring for Animals
Since 1902, the Humane Society of Greater Dayton has been devoted to caring for the animals in the Miami Valley. We provide a number of programs and services to the community to ensure all animals are valued and free from suffering. These programs include:
- Veterinary Services for Owned Pets.
- Cruelty and Neglect Investigations and Rescues.
- Community Cat Initiative.
- Community Outreach.
- Lost and Found Services.
- Surrendering an Animal.
Saving animals for 120 years.
We want to make sure the animals in our community receive top-notch care to ensure they stay safe and healthy.
Cruelty/Neglect Investigations and Rescues
We investigate all signs of cruelty, neglect, and abuse to all types of animals.
Community Cat Initiative
This initiative offers a catch-and-release spay/neuter program and barn cat program designed to reduce the number of outdoor cats humanely, effectively and ethically.
Surrendering an Animal
Parting with a beloved pet is tough. As a limited-intake facility, we can only take in as many animals as we have space for.
A Community Where All Animals Are Valued
"The Humane Society of Greater Dayton amazes me on many levels. Just a few points include: the staff and volunteers are fabulous, the level of compassion and care is evident, safety measures are enforced and respected, and the animals are shown a level of respect that they deserve. The proof that it all works is that the majority of animals that come into the shelter go back out into loving families."