Donate to the Greene County Humane Society
Donations of these items helps to keep expenditures down & reallocate funds for medicinal purposes & shelter operation.
- Purina Small Breed Dog Food
- Purina Multiage Cat Food
- Purina Puppy Food
- Dryer Sheets
- A&H Cat Litter Deodorizer
- Liquid or Powder Laundry Detergent
- Puppy Food
- Scoopable Cat Litter
- Dental Bones (all sizes)
- King Balls
- Chewy Toys
- Milk-Bones (all sizes)
- Germ-X Refill
- Dish Soap
- Paper Towels
- Construction Strength Trash Bags 30 gal. & up
- Towels & Wash Clothes
- Blankets, Rugs or Carpet Sample Remnants
- Sorted Newspapers (without the small flyers)
- Office Supplies: Pens, Note Books, Copy Paper, Hi-Liters, Post-its, White Out, Index Cards
- Nylon Angle Brooms
- Scrub Sponges
- Broom Handle Scrub Brushes
Donations of Aluminum Cans
Please take to the GC Recycle Center & not to the Shelter. A special container for GCSH is set aside for Aluminum Can donations there.
Home Cooking for Dogs
The shelter is selling the book Home Cooking for Dogs as part of a fund raising effort.
You can purchase the book at the shelter for $11 with $3 of each purchase going directly to the shelter.
Monetary donations are always welcome.
Volunteers are needed for several different reasons. There are things we cannot accomplish in a days work & things we cannot afford to do.
Exercise is crucial for shelter animals. If you are interested in becoming a dog-walker at the shelter please stop in Tuesday-Saturday from 11am-3pm and fill out a volunteer application.
Requirements to become a dog walker are:
- Applicants are required to attend a (1) day orientation.
- Applicants under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.
- Orientation is at 11:00am on the second Saturday of each month.
Now that the shelter has established it’s Spay & Neuter Program prior to ownership, all animals that are age appropriate & intact must be transported to Dr. S. Borter of Bloomfield Vet Clinic or Dr. Royal in Oden. Most transports will occur before 8:00 A.M. Monday – Friday. It is the responsibility of the shelter to have the animal(s) delivered pre-surgery,and the new owner will pick up the animal post-surgery.
A Volunteer for this service should have:
- Reliable transportation
- A vehicle that can accommodate safe & comfortable transport.
- A valid driver’s license & clean driving record
It is inevitable that our shelter will receive elderly, ill, lame or pregnant animals & from season to season experience the need to de-populate due to the spread of contagious disease.
At these times the need for Foster Homes is always wanting.
Animals with special needs fair better in an environment low on stress and big on love.
Special attention to these animals can make all the difference in their recovery.
If you are interested in becoming a Foster Home for a special dog or cat in need you will need to accomplish the following & fulfill these requirements:
- Visit the shelter & fill out a Foster Application.
- Expect a in home visit conducted by Shelter Manager or Animal Control.
- To provide adequate shelter & fresh food & water daily.
- Be prepared to support the animals needs both financially & emotionally.
- Know that the animal with special needs in your care may or may not be short-term.