To celebrate our four-legged friends, we wanted to put together a list of some handy pet sites in Findlay. Whether you’re looking to adopt or if you found a lost pet, we hope these local resources help! Do you know of any other local pet pages? Send us an email to let us know!
The Humane Society & SPCA of Hancock County is non-profit organization committed to the safe and humane treatment of animals within our community. Each year, this organization houses nearly 1,000 animals in their shelter where they receive high quality food, loving care, and proper medical attention.
Teddy’s Rescue is a small non-profit animal shelter for dogs and cats. The mission and vision of Teddy’s Rescue is to place dogs and cats, of all sizes and all breeds, who currently have no home into a loving, forever home.
HOUND = Helping Overlooked Unwanted Neglected Dogs. They work to place dogs into loving forever homes with responsible new owners. They also provide lifelong sanctuary to senior and unadoptable dogs, and provide veterinary care, food, and shelter. Their dogs are rescued from high risk pounds and shelters in order to save them from euthanasia, and they also take in abandoned, stray, and owner surrendered dogs.
This Facebook page is designed to help owners and their pets reunite. Their goal is to bring pets back home by getting the word out quickly, and using the community as a tool.
A Facebook page created by Teddy’s Rescue, this is another great resource for lost and found pets in the area. Checking these Facebook pages regularly can help families reunite with their beloved pets!
Dogs must be licensed every year on or before January 31st. Licenses cost $20, so make sure you get it in time to avoid penalty fees, and even citations. Licenses can be bought at the Humane Society, at the auditor’s office in the courthouse, or online.
We understand how difficult it is to lose a furry, scaly, or feathery family member. You can leave a message and photo commemorating your pets at no cost on our Pet Remembrance page.