Welcome to the Humane Society of St. Joseph County Indiana's website. Incorporated in 1886, we are one of Indiana's oldest service organizations and still the area’s largest animal care facility. Servicing the greater St. Joseph County region and multiple municipalities, the HSSJC sees over 4,500 animals each year. Providing a vast array of community services and educational programs the Humane Society of St. Joseph County truly looks to embody its motto of "WE CARE" on many levels.
Operating the Department of Animal Welfare, the Humane Society of St. Joseph County's Humane Officers respond to over 5,000 cruelty, neglect, and abuse calls each year. Comprising a team of highly trained officers with specialized study in everything from equine science to criminal justice, the Department of Animal Welfare is dedicated to ensuring the humane treatment of all animals within our community!
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To instill reverence for all life and to enhance the human/animal bond through the compassionate care of animals and community education.
The President and CEO of Michigan Humane Society has recently wrote a blog discussing what being a No Kill shelter means, how numbers and percentages are going to be different among open and closed admission shelters, and what it takes from a shelter and the community to ensure that all adoptable animals (as defined by MHS standards) find fur-ever homes. Take a look at the article below on this great topic.
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