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Humane Society of Greater Dayton

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Rating: 4.7

Average rating from 18 reviews.

(4.7 out of 5, based on 18 reviews)

1661 Nicholas RoadDayton, OH 45418
(937) 268-7387
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 1:00-6:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday 12:00-4:00 pm

1961 miles away
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Our Mission: Building loving relationships between people and pets.


Our Vision: To build a community in which all animals are valued and family life is enhanced through relationships with pets.


What We Do:
We find homes for homeless pets.
We reunite lost pets with their families.
We reduce pet overpopulation through proactive spay/neuter programs.
We work to eliminate animal abuse and neglect through cruelty investigations and community action.
We serve as a resource for pet owners, to enhance the human-animal bond.
We collaborate with community organizations and companies to make our programs more effective.
We strive to be the area's most proactive and effective animal-care agency.


The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is a not-for-profit organization supported entirely by the generous contributions of the community. We have served Montgomery County for more than 100 years and are the oldest, most established animal-wellness center in the area.


The Humane Society of Greater Dayton and providing Dayton's families with the resources to become loving, lifelong pet owners.


Please check out our most current list of available pets on Petfinder!
www.petfinder.com/shelters/OH33.html

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Reader's Reviews (18)
Adam F.
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Rating: 5

Best I've seen

posted 5 years ago

I just started volunteering at this shelter...it's only 20 min. from campus. I like this shelter a lot. It has bonding rooms for customers to play with a dog or cat, and there is a cat room where customers can come in and see about 10 cats without any cages. Across from the shelter is a golf coarse where I go to walk the dogs. Also, it has a public dog park for big and small dogs. The shelter hosts many events and is very organized. There needs to be more places like this.

Pros: Very active, diverse

Cons: limited space

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MelissaE
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Rating: 5

Great Customer Service

posted 5 years ago

I have had contct with HSGD four times in the last 13 months. Twice I went to rent humane cat traps and twice I went to have the 4 feral cats spayed/neutered through their free Trap-Spay-Release program. The staff was very pleasant and helpful each time. They understood that even though I was bringing in feral cats, I cared about them. The staff did a good job with the cats, and all recovered without infection. Who knows how many unwanted kittens were prevented. Three of the four cats (all offspring from a neighbor's abandoned cat) still live in my shed and are actually taming down enough to let me touch them! And because they are fixed, thanks to HSGD, they stay out of trouble and stick close to home. (Don't worry about them being out in the cold, either. The shed has beds, a heat lamp, food, and a heated water dish.)

Pros: Thet try to help everyone as best they can

Cons: They need a bigger reception area

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