HSHV has dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits and occasionally, ferrets, guinea pigs and other pets that need caring homes.
We are open daily for adoptions and visitation, with new visitation and adoption meetings ending fifteen minutes before closing. (Please see the bottom of the page for specific hours.)
Our adoption fees include the following services pre-adoption:
Adoption advice and counseling from trained and friendly animal care staff
Free identification tag
Sterilization - spay or neuter
De-worming and basic vaccinations, including rabies
Feline Leukemia and FIV test for cats
Heartworm test and medication/treatment for dogs
Flea preventative and treatment
Free microchip I.D.
And these amazing services Post Adoption:
Access to a FREE Behavior Helpline for the life of your pet
Discounted initial health exam at the HSHV Veterinary Clinic
Free 30 days of pet health insurance
A 50% discount on most items purchased in HSHV’s retail shop at time of adoption
A new companion for your family!
Plus, visit our convenient Paws to Shop store to get everything you need to take home your new friend. All fees and purchases go toward the care of animals in our shelter. Make a purchase at the time of adoption and get 50% off your purchase!
Humane Society of Huron Valley
3100 Cherry Hill Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI, 48105
11am to 6pm, M–W
11am to 7pm, Th-F
11am to 5pm, Sat & Sun
Fax: (734) 929-0814
8am to 7pm, M-Th
8am to 6pm, F
Saturday by appointment
9am to 11am, 7 days a week
Noon to 5pm, 7 days a week
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HSHV is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt public charity. We are independently run and rely on the generosity of people like you to continue our mission to support the loving, responsible care of every animal in our community. HSHV is not affiliated with or funded by Michigan Humane Society or any other humane organization.
HSHV's mission is to support the loving, responsible care of all animals in our community by:
Ensuring proper, nurturing care for the animals in our shelter
Placing all adoptable animals in loving homes
Reducing pet over-population
Caring for the physical well-being of animals in our community