Huntsville Animal Services provides housing, care, and adoptions of un-owned animals for the City of Huntsville and Madison County. Animal Services strives to promote animal/human safety, responsible pet ownership, and animal welfare for our community. If you have found a stray animal, please contact Huntsville Animal Services to ensure the best possible chance for the owner to reclaim the animal. Huntsville Animal Services is located at 4950 Triana Boulevard and can be reached by calling is (256) 883-3788.
Pets for Patriots pairs active and retired service members with hard-to-adopt animals. GHHS is a proud shelter member involved in the Pets for Patriots program, and we are excited to assist the local military community in finding companion animals. Click here to visit our dedicated Pets for Patriots page.
Finding Rover is a free app that uses facial recognition to reunite lost dogs with their owners. Our partnership allows for automatic dog profiles, which transfer to the new owner upon adoption. Finding Rover is a great way to reconnect owners far and wide. You can download at App Store (Apple) or Google Play (Android) and sign up for a free account.
Island Dog Training, located in South Huntsville, focuses of training dogs and their people. With a focus on clicker training and positive reinforcement, classes range from basic puppy training to search & rescue or agility training.
Therapy Partners is dedicated to bringing amazing therapy dogs and cats to children and adults who may benefit from the positive effects of our extra-special animals. Our certified teams of handlers and therapy animals work as a therapeutic tool in medical, educational and behavioral settings. They provide goal-oriented interactions designed to benefit patients, residents, and students in the following ways: reduce stress and anxiety; diminish pain; normalize the environment; and provide unique sensory stimuli.
Spay/Neuter Action Project (SNAP) is an organization dedicated solely to solving the pet overpopulation problem in our community. SNAP incorporated in 1994 as a 501(c)3 organization and currently has five participating vets. SNAP provides a qualifying program for families with incomes of less than $25,000 and emergency financial assistance for spay/neuter surgery awarded on a case-by-case basis. Click here for more information.
The Humane Society of the United States is the nation’s largest and most effective animal protection organization – backed by 11 million Americans, or one in every 28. Established in 1954, the HSUS seeks a humane and sustainable world for all animals – a world that will also benefit people. We are America’s mainstream force against cruelty, exploitation and neglect, as well as the most trusted voice extolling the human-animal bond. GHHS is not affiliated with HSUS, but fully support their mission.
GHHS is a proud Silver-level member of GuideStar. We have publicly posted our finances & business practices, and encourage transparency for all. To view our stats, click here.
The Greater Huntsville Humane Society has proudly been an accredited been member of the Better Business Bureau of Alabama since 2004 and meets all 20 of the Standards for Charities. Click here for our BBB profile.