PET REPORT LOST AND FOUND December 4, 2017 The Alliston & District Humane Society can be reached at 705 458-9038, please call if you have lost or found an animal. Cat adoptions cost $140.00, neutered, dewormed, vaccinated, microchipped, and you also get 6 weeks of free pet insurance. LOST CATS Dopey-Black with white, white chin. DSH. Intact male. Broken tip of tail. South of Baxter on County Road 10. Troy-Mostly white with orange spots. DSH. Neutered male. Microchipped, 2 year old. Nunn Cres., Mattamy subdivision, Alliston. Mango-Orange tabby, DSH. neutered male, declawed, 3 rd line, just past Violet Hill. Harry-, completely black. DSH. Main St., Shelburne. Pudge-Calico, 6 years old. DSH. S/F. Angus Bobbi- grey tabby, DSH.S/F. pink leather collar, Mansonic Way, Angus Mittens-grey with white paws. S/F. Vapound Way. Bradford FOUND DOGS Black Lab female, Senior, no collar, unregistered microchip, 5 line & 15th Sideroad, New Tec. Dixie, Tricoloured hound, S/F, white tip on tail, Gibson Hills, Alliston Mastiff X, female, Highway# 89. White shaggy dog, 9th line Essa LOST DOGS Snoodle, white, N/M, Bobby lost from Loretto, 16 years old Bull Dog, Brown, Black and White 50ibs. Brownie, male, 10th. S/R Bradford IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE DETAILS AND TIPS ON LOST AND FOUND ANIMALS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.ALLISTONHUMANE.COM, AND CLICK ON THE LOST AND FOUND BUTTON.

The Alliston & District Humane Society (ADHS) attempts to provide shelter for stray and unwanted animals with priority given to abused and neglected animals. ADHS strives  for a 100% adoption rate, with a NO KILL policy for all animals deemed adoptable. Those animals deemed ‘unadoptable’ by a veterinarian due to illness, severe injuries or unsuitable or dangerous temperament are humanely euthanized.

ADHS opened its first permanent shelter and adoption centre on December 23, 2010. ADHS serves the townships of New Tecumseth, Mulmur, Adjala-Tosorontio and the villages of Cookstown, Rosemont, Hockley and the Town of Schomberg.

ADHS has been in operation since 1988 and is comprised entirely of volunteers. We are one of a few shelters in Ontario that currently functions with NO PAID STAFF. Your donations go directly to the animals.

ADHS runs a dog program, a cat program and a small animal program at our shelter.  As well, ADHS provides a lost and found reporting service, humane education programs and wildlife services to our communities.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

Many people contact us to take in their unwanted animals. Without the help of the public, we just don’t have the money or space to take them all. There are many ways you can  help! There are many ways to DONATE or VOLUNTEER with us today!

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