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My name is Oliver!
I'm being cared for by
Toledo Area Humane Society
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Interview

3.

Take the Pet Home

Facts about me

Breed
Other/Unknown/Other/Unknown
Color
Chocolate
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Dwarf
Sex
Male
Pet ID
50255835
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Oliver was surrendered to THS and now he's looking for his furrever home!

Stop by and meet him today!
Oliver was surrendered to THS and now he's looking for his furrever home!

Stop by and meet him today!
Shelter

Toledo Area Humane Society

Contact info
Pet ID
50255835
Contact
Address
Maumee, OH 43537

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Interview

3.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

Visit our shelter. Once you decide on an animal, you will meet with one of the adoption counselors to go over the adoption contract, your new pet’s medical history, and answer any questions you may have. Adopters will need a valid photo ID and must be 18 years of age. After completing your adoption, you’ll take your first family photo with your new addition before taking your new pet home! Adoption fees very depending on age and type of animal. All of our animals receive age appropriate vaccinations, flea treatment, worming and microchipping. Please Note: E-mail is NOT an advised way to contact us regarding animals available for adoption or animals that you have lost or found. Due to staffing constraints, messages may not receive a response within 24 hours.
Visit our shelter. Once you decide on an animal, you will meet with one of the adoption counselors to go over the adoption contract, your new pet’s medical history, and answer any questions you may have. Adopters will need a valid photo ID and must be 18 years of age. After completing your adoption, you’ll take your first family photo with your new addition before taking your new pet home! Adoption fees very depending on age and type of animal. All of our animals receive age appropriate vaccinations, flea treatment, worming and microchipping. Please Note: E-mail is NOT an advised way to contact us regarding animals available for adoption or animals that you have lost or found. Due to staffing constraints, messages may not receive a response within 24 hours.

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827 Illinois Ave Maumee, OH Monday – Friday 12PM-6PM Saturday – Sunday from 12PM-5PM We also have adoptable animals at Petco and PetSmart.
827 Illinois Ave Maumee, OH Monday – Friday 12PM-6PM Saturday – Sunday from 12PM-5PM We also have adoptable animals at Petco and PetSmart.

More about this shelter

The Toledo Area Humane Society was founded on February 14, 1884. As one of the oldest humane societies in the United States, our original purpose was to prevent cruelty and provide refuge for both animals and children. To this day, we investigate cruelty to animals and provide homeless, abused and abandoned animals with protection and safety. TAHS is a private, non-profit organization and receives no funding from the United Way, the government, or national humane organizations. Donations from local individuals, corporations and generated by our fundraisers are the sole source of funding. Programs like Forever Friends, for people who include TAHS in their wills, and the Golden Paw League, for people who give gifts of $250 or more, have been established to give people donation options and to recognize their generosity. Volunteers help supplement the staff assisting with tasks both inside and outside of our facility. Volunteers provide enrichment for animals such as walking dogs or socializing cats. The Humane Education and Pet Therapy Visitation programs are dependent on our volunteers. Foster care volunteers provide a safe, nurturing environment for animals too young for adoption and for sick or injured animals. It is our goal to help every animal at-risk for abandonment or cruelty, and to find a home for every adoptable animal. The Humane Society is the only animal welfare group in this community who will give refuge to any animal at-risk for abuse or neglect, regardless of its type, health, age or whether we have space.
The Toledo Area Humane Society was founded on February 14, 1884. As one of the oldest humane societies in the United States, our original purpose was to prevent cruelty and provide refuge for both animals and children. To this day, we investigate cruelty to animals and provide homeless, abused and abandoned animals with protection and safety. TAHS is a private, non-profit organization and receives no funding from the United Way, the government, or national humane organizations. Donations from local individuals, corporations and generated by our fundraisers are the sole source of funding. Programs like Forever Friends, for people who include TAHS in their wills, and the Golden Paw League, for people who give gifts of $250 or more, have been established to give people donation options and to recognize their generosity. Volunteers help supplement the staff assisting with tasks both inside and outside of our facility. Volunteers provide enrichment for animals such as walking dogs or socializing cats. The Humane Education and Pet Therapy Visitation programs are dependent on our volunteers. Foster care volunteers provide a safe, nurturing environment for animals too young for adoption and for sick or injured animals. It is our goal to help every animal at-risk for abandonment or cruelty, and to find a home for every adoptable animal. The Humane Society is the only animal welfare group in this community who will give refuge to any animal at-risk for abuse or neglect, regardless of its type, health, age or whether we have space.