Unfortunately, HSSCM is no longer allowed to sell dog licenses for residents of Calhoun County. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Lost and Found Registry
HSSCM maintains a database tracking the reports of all lost and found animals in Calhoun County and the surrounding region that are reported to us. If you’ve lost or found a pet, please call 269.963.1796 to file a report. Animal Control does not bring animals to our facility.
You may think that your pet is protected from getting lost. But accidents happen, and some things – like hurricanes and other natural disasters – are out of your control. In fact, one in three pets will become lost during their lifetime. According to the American Humane Association, only about 17 percent of lost dogs and 2 percent of lost cats ever find their way back to their original owners. HSSCM offers the ResQ microchip for $25. No appointment is necessary, just bring your pet in during normal business hours!
Canine Training Institute
The Humane Society is pleased to offer Puppy Kindergarten, Dog Obedience and Dog Tricks classes through our Canine Training Institute. All classes are taught in the agency’s Binda Education and Training Center. Click here to learn more about HSSCM’s puppy and dog classes.
Curtis Whitaker Bark Park
HSSCM has a free dog park, open to the public! Click here to learn more.
Live Trap Rental
Do you have a critter you need to trap? We rent live traps to the public for a small fee and a refundable deposit. Please call 269.963.1796 for more information.
Euthanasia and Cremation Services
It is difficult to say “goodbye” to a dear friend and loyal pet. We cannot diminish your loss, but we can offer you the reassurance that your friend is taken care of in the most caring way possible. Please call to find out more, or to schedule a service, 269.963.1796. HSSCM uses Paws and Remember for our cremation services.
Animal Intake and Receiving
The Humane Society is a limited-admission facility. Intake will only take place when adoptions allow for the space for new animals. Owners wishing to surrender their pets to the Humane Society must schedule an appointment and are charged a fee. Stray animals will be taken in only as space allows; there is a $50 fee to drop off a stray animal. Our fees is to help us subsidize the cost of health and temperament testing the animal and for the cost of food and shelter. We do not receive any tax dollar or governmental support, nor do we hold the City or County animal control contracts. For more information call (269) 963-1796.