We are the Quinte Humane Society. We are the only Humane Society in all of Hastings & Prince Edward Counties. We take in both owner surrenders and strays, as well as all of the cruelty complaints of both counties. We take in dogs & cats, as well as small animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs & hamsters (etc), up to livestock and birds. The QHS is totally non-profit and we do not receive any government funding.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are located at 527 Avonlough Road in Belleville. Our hours are 12noon until 5pm, Monday through Saturday, and from 1pm to 4pm on Sundays.
Our Adoption Process...
We require potential adopters to fill out an pre-adoption application. If that application is approved, the dog/cat must be spayed/neutered before it leaves our shelter (if not already done). If it is a puppy under 4 months old, we allow it to go home with the adopters under a foster care agreement until it is old enough to be returned for spay/neuter. Kittens are allowed to leave before spay/neuter is done, but they must be done within a certain time frame. Fees: Dogs/puppies range from $150-300, depending on if they came in already spayed/neutered or if we paid to have that done. Cats range from $80 - $140, though we often have deals on older cats or cats that have been there a long time. Kittens are $60 with $25 refunded once it has been spayed/neutered. All adoptions include at least the first vaccination, deworming, de-fleaing, microchip ID, and 6 weeks of pet insurance.
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