Since our inception in 1912, the Ross County Humane Society has been committed to the general welfare, shelter and placement of animals, prevention of cruelty and over population, and education concerning humane treatment of all living creatures.
The Humane Society is nonprofit corporation governed by a Board of Directors comprised of volunteers from the community who are dedicated to animal welfare. We are committed to the general welfare, shelter and placement of animals, prevention of animal cruelty and overpopulation, and education concerning humane treatment of all living creatures. The Society is not controlled or funded by any local, state, or national organization.
Founded in 1912, we have been here when you needed us…the Ross County Humane Society is an independent organization supported by members, contributors, and bequests. Your tax-deductible donation will help us save more animals and do more for people!
Adoption fees are $225 for adults, $150 for seniors 9+ years old
*Adoption fees include microchipping, initial vaccinations, flea/tick treatment, heartworm test, deworming, spay/neuter, $50 gift certificate donated by Petland. Residents of Ross County will also receive a current year county dog license.
You can also contribute to the Rascal Unit, which provides reduced fee spay/neuter for individuals in our community.
We can more easily reunite pets with owners if they are licensed with the County or if they have a registered micro-chip.
Your pet’s microchip can be registered at www.petkey.org.
Contact us to find out how you or your group can help our pets!
RCHS does not receive any support from the Humane Society of the United States. Nor do we receive any federal or state funding sources. We rely largely on donations, fundraisers and grants for our program activities. All donations are tax deductibleDONATE NOW