The Huron Humane Society works to care for and find permanent homes for homeless dogs and cats of Alpena County. We provide for the medical and behavioral needs of the animals in our care. We can house up to 20 dogs and 60 cats at one time. We are about 85% privately funded and not affilitated with any other organiation.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are on-line at www.huronhumanesociety.org Our shelter is open to the public M-F 9am-4:30 pm and on Saturdays from 10-3.
We are located at 3510 Woodward, about 1 mile past Northern Lights Arena.
Our Adoption Process...
All adoptions are preceeded by a brief interview and adopters are required to sign a contract and to spay/neuter if adopting an unaltered animal. Our fee includes vaccinations, microchip, one free grooming at Paul's Pet Care Services, spay/neuter deposit, and a free exam at any the vet of your choice.
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