The Boone Area Humane Society was founded in 1977. We believe that because people own domesticated animals, we have a responsibility to ensure their welfare. To ensure humane treatment, we respond to animal neglect and abuse calls, provide animal control, operate an animal shelter for lost, found, and unwanted pets and provide humane education.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our hours are Monday through Saturday are 11AM-5PM. Closed Sundays and holidays.
www.petango.com/bahs To see ALL of our adoptable animals!
Our Adoption Process...
After filling out an application, there is a 24 hour application process time. We DO adopt out of state. There are three main points of interest that we look at for potential adopters. A) Make sure we have your home address and that you have spoke to your landlord and have their approval for an adoption if applicable. B) Check with your vet and make sure any current animals in the home are up to date on vaccinations to include distemper and rabies. C) Make sure you have a set up for your potential best friend to include food supplies, bedding/shelter, and toys. Be aware that pet supplies could potentially cost over $300 a year and $400 dollars in maintenance medical care a year.
Dog adoption is $95 to include spay/neuter, vaccinations (not to include rabies) and microchip. Adult cats (6months and older) are $50 to include spay/neuter, vaccinations (not to include rabies) and mocrochip. KIttens are $75 to include spay/neuter, vaccinations (not to include rabies) and microchip.
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