Welcome to the
Humane Society of Jackson County, Ohio
Congratulations HSJCO! 1,352 animals we spayed or neutered in 2011.
744 were through the Mobile Rascal Unit. The rest were done in through local vets, SOS, Help 4 Animals and the dog grant.
Animals are precious creatures who deserve a good quality of life.Owners need to be responsible for their pets. Neglect, cruelty, and abandonment are not acceptable.
The Humane Society of Jackson County is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers from the community who are dedicated to animal welfare. We work towards placing great animals in great homes, preventing cruelty to animals, and reducing animal overpopulation.
The society does not have a shelter but - through the generosity of members - can foster a limited number of dogs until they can be adopted.
The group is not controlled or funded by any state-wide or national organization.It is a totally volunteer non-profit organization paid for solely by provate donations of time and money. Donations and grants are the only we keep it going! Any help we get is greatly appreciated!
Who we would like to meet:
Anyone interested in joining or helping out is always welcome!
The Humane Society recommends bringing pets inside for safety, better care and socialization. For those owners that will not provide this care, the Humane Society hopes they at least ensure their outdoor pets have good watertight shelter, constant access to clean water, wholesome food, ability to exercise and daily time spent with their owner. Straw is a good insulator and it drys quickly.
Spay/neuter for 3 reasons:
Better behaved pet -- Healthier pet -- Save lives