Humane Society for Hamilton County

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The Humane Society for Hamilton County is an open admission facility for Hamilton County, Indiana, that’s working to save lives, complete families, and educate communities. They believe every animal deserves a chance to live, love, and be loved—regardless of age, breed, disability, special medical needs, time, or space. In 2021, they saved the lives of over 4,000 animals—including 457 senior dogs.

Funded in 2018, 2019, 2021 and 2022
How we help: 

The Humane Society for Hamilton County in Indiana had a 20% increase in senior dogs (ages seven to nine) and a 16% increase in super senior dogs (ages 10+) abandoned or surrendered in 2021. Funding from Grey Muzzle will provide medical care needed for many of these dogs. That means dogs like Meshack, who needed medical treatment for his ears, are given the best possible care while they wait for their forever families.

brown and white dog making eye contact