Cheboygan County Humane Society

The Society is dedicated to promoting the humane treatment of animals and finding homes for adoptable homeless animals. The Society is responsible for implementing Cheboygan County’s animal control program and operating the County’s animal shelter.

If you have an animal control complaint, please call 911.

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2018 Annual Garage Sale

Cheboygan County Humane Society’s Annual Garage Sale will be August 24th and 25th this year!!! You can bring donations to the shelter Monday thru Friday ONLY, 9 am to 3 pm, but please call first so we can ensure that there is someone here to help unload items. You can call Mary to schedule a garage sale item donation pick up, same days and times. 231-238-8221. We will let you know the drop off date at the Fair Grounds soon!

Look for more information for the CCHS 4th Annual Fur Ball

Gala

Thank you everyone for your support at our 4th Annual Fur ball.  We look forward to seeing all of you next year.

 

 

 

Get your Tickets for your Chance to Win!


 

Save the Date! Soup Supper

Join Us for Our Winter Soup & Casserole Supper no soup suppers are currently scheduled.

 

Featured Pets up for Adoption!

Dog

Chase is a 1 ½ year old male Redbone Coon hound looking for his forever home. We don’t know much about Chase but we do know he is friendly. Chase is very shy at the moment and will take some getting use to you. He is looking for a home with someone with is willing to give him some needed training. He would love for you to come out and take a look at him so he can find his forever home. Chase does need to be neutered before he can go home.

 

Amazon Smile Thank you

 

Amazon smile funding has been a wonderful resource for us at the Cheboygan County Humane Society. We have a story we would like to share with you about how your contributions have helped make the lives of the animals here at the shelter better. We would like to share Meathead’s story.  Meathead is a 4 year old English Bull dog.  He was living in a garbage can chained to a tree behind a house.  When he was found, he was emaciated, with open wounds on his ears from fly-strike and in need of extra care and love. Meathead came to the shelter where he was fed regularly and antibiotics were placed on his ears.  He began to gain weight and his ears started to heal.  As time went on he was put up for adoption where many people came out and looked at him.  Meathead loves anyone who gives him attention and immediately bonded with a gentleman, who adopted him.  He now lives a great life, he goes for walks and on adventures with his new owner and even gets to sleep in his bed.  No more garbage can for this beautiful dog!

We also would like to remind everyone that you can help by using our link at smile.amazon.com/ch/38-2096214  when you shop online with amazon.

 

This story is shared at part of the hashtag #SeasonOfSmiles campaign.

 

 

Partnerships

https://www.bissell.com/pets/partners-for-pets

https://www.bissellpetfoundation.org/

https://bestfriends.org/