Columbia Humane Society is committed to compassionate sheltering by providing a safe haven for animals in transition, advocating to end animal overpopulation through spaying/neutering, and serving our community by promoting responsible pet adoptions.
The Columbia Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Pet adoptions, low income spay/neuter assistance, low-cost dog and cat food, low-cost vaccination clinics, microchipping, low-cost pet supplies, dog washes and nail trims (Saturday's) and pet cremation services.
Our Adoption Process...
Female Cats $145.00 Male Cats $110.00
All cat adoption fees include leukemia testing, spaying or neutering, entire series of vaccines, de-wormer & flea treatment while at the shelter, microchipping, free vet check within 14 days of adoption at any local Columbia County Veterinarian, a complimentary adoption take-home packet and a carrier.
Puppies (under 6 months of age)................................$350.00
Dogs (over 7 months of age).......................................$250.00
All dog adoption fees include , spaying or neutering, current on vaccines, de-wormer & flea treatment while at the shelter, microchipping, free vet check within 14 days of adoption at participating local Columbia County Veterinarian, complimentary take-home adoption packet and a leash and collar.
All adoptions must be reviewed prior to approval. In order to ensure that every dog and cat goes to the appropriate home, Columbia Humane Society reserves the right to approve or deny any adoption application for any reason they see fit. A home check may be performed in order to determine suitability. Columbia Humane Society's kennels are not open to the public, all applications must be filled out prior to meeting with a pet.
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