About Our Shelter...
The mission of the Steuben County Humane Society is to find forever homes for our animals; promote the humane treatment of animals, including spaying and neutering; and assist in the prevention of animal cruelty and neglect.
Founded in 1973, the Steuben County Humane Society (SCHS) is a private, 501(c)3 nonprofit that operates an open-admission animal shelter in Steuben County, Indiana. We rely on donations and grants from our generous supporters to provide care for over 1000 animals every year.
Come Meet Our Pets...
12pm-5pm: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
Closed the 2nd Tuesday of Every Month
1700 North 200 West
Angola, IN 46703
(260) 833-2877 - Animal Shelter
(260) 225-SCHS - Events, Programs, and Administration
(260) 833-2840 - Fax
Our Adoption Process...
You may e-mail your applications to email@example.com or fax them to (260) 833-2840.
$85 - Pure bred & puppies
$65 - All other dogs
$65 - Pure bred
$45 - All other cats
Includes spay/neuter, heartworm check and preventative (dogs only), preventative flea control, micro-chip, dewormed, and partial vaccinations.
* Fees may be adjusted based on the welfare of each animal.
Please understand that it can take up to 2 days to approve of an application. If you have not received a call within 2 days please check with us to ensure your application has been received.
The purpose of this shelter is to find good homes for our pets. Potential adoptive guests will be treated with courtesy and respect. No potential adoptive guest will be denied from adopting a pet on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, or marital status. Our shelter is concerned with finding potential adoptive guests that: can financially afford to provide for the pet; have a safe, appropriate place to care for and house a pet; have no history of violent behavior or abuse; have time to spend with a pet; and are willing to make a long-term commitment to the pet. The interviewing process of potential adoptive guests will focus only on these concerns.
Adoption of our pets to families with children under the age of five years will be evaluated based on an individual basis with the primary concern being safety. Out of county adoption will be evaluated by the shelter staff on an individual basis. All adoption decisions will be based on the welfare of the animals. Our shelter reserves the right of refusal to adopt a pet. Each prospective guest will be required to provide a government-issued picture identification and to complete an adoption application. All animals are spayed or neutered before adoption.