ABOUT LAKESHORE HUMANE SOCIETY

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The Lakeshore Humane Society is a NO-KILL Shelter!

 

The Lakeshore Humane Society is a non-profit, all volunteer organization, dedicated to helping protect the welfare of all animals and providing humane education to our community. The organization was established in 1980 under the name of The Dunkirk Humane Society, later renamed as we expanded our area of service to include the entire north end of Chautauqua County.

Many aspects of our organization have changed over the years, but our goal has stayed the same. We strive to get funding through donations and grants to support our spay/neuter assistance program and to help us pay for operating costs, primarily veterinary bills. As always, we are very thankful to our generous sponsors who enable us to continue our work in the community. All money raised or donated stays in our community and helps animals in need.

Animals in the care of The Lakeshore Humane Society are housed at our adoption center at 431 East Chestnut Street in Dunkirk.  Space restricts the number of animals in our care at any given time it does enables us to get to know each animal better, leading to more successful pairings with new owners. All animals leaving our care must be spayed or neutered prior to adoption and owners are required to sign an adoption contract detailing our standards of care for their new pet. Animals that are deemed too young to be altered are provided with a voucher that covers the cost of surgery. A reasonable donation is required at the time of adoption.

Anyone interested in bettering the welfare of animals is welcome to join our organization. There are many ways you can help the animals and us. We meet the third Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in our adoption center located at 431 E. Chestnut Street, Dunkirk, NY.  Our phone number is: 716-672-1991 or 716-672-9892. Our mail address is 431 E. Chestnut Street, Dunkirk, NY 14048 or you can contact us though this site. We hope to see you soon!

The Adoption Center hours are by adoption appointment only.  We are going to have many adoption days throughout the year when we will be open on different Saturdays for people to come , look, meet and adopt their four-legged family member.  Also, we will be holding fundraisers at the center so that you may visit the animals and adopt then, too.

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2 Comments to ABOUT LAKESHORE HUMANE SOCIETY

  1. Darlene Cook says:

    i found a dog and need to know where to bring her, please and thank you

    • kgora says:

      Depending on where you are located, you have to call your Animal Control Officer. If you are not sure who that is, we have a listing of all of the local Animal Control Officers on our website. They have to isolate and hold the dog for 5 days for rabies observation. Then whoever the ACO can take the dog to (some have contracts with local humane societies), they will take the dog there.

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