The Humane Society of Columbiana County, Inc. (HSCC) is an independent non-profit organization which relies solely on private donations and is not afflilated with nor supported by any governmental or national entity. HSCC strives to improve the quality of life for homeless, abused and neglected animals. We promote responsible animal ownership in Columbiana County by educating the public about proper veterinary care and animal welfare issues. We sponsor trained, sworn volunteer humane agents who strive to educate and assist pet owners and when necessary act to ensure the well-being of an animal. Along with preventing the euthanasia of adoptable companion animals we provide programs that aid in the reduction of pet over-population. Our goal is to adopt companion and domesticated animals into lifelong homes. Through education and assistance programs the Humane Society of Columbiana County has as its goal the accomplishment of making Columbiana County Ohio’s first “No-Kill” county.
All cats are tested for feline AIDS and feline leukemia with a negative result, receive basic vaccinations, rabies vaccination if old enough to receive it at the time of spay/neuter, are dewormed, on flea preventative, microchipped, and of course, spayed/neutered.
Dogs are heartworm tested for those dogs old enough to receive it, all dogs are on heartworm preventative, dewormed, on flea preventative, spayed/neutered, receive basic vaccinations, rabies vaccination if old enough to receive it at the time of spay/neuter, and are microchipped.
With all of their basic health care addressed, these animals now need a responsible, loving guardian, willing to make a lifetime commitment to their new pet. We have many cats, and dogs who have been waiting patiently for that special someone to take them home.
An adoption fee is collected in an effort to recoup the medical costs of providing these basic requirements to each pet, and to ensure a good home. The adoption fees are as follows:
This package would cost over $350-$500, at many veterinarian offices. As you can see, morally and financially, adopting a homeless pet from a shelter is a good thing. Make a positive difference in the life of a shelter pet. Adopt one today. It's the purrrfect way to save a life.
If you would like to visit or adopt one of our homeless felines or canines, please leave a message at 330-332-2600 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Someone will return your call to set up an appointment.