HAWC During COVID19
During the COVID 19 outbreak and stay at home orders we have all had to adapt to a new “norm”, and the shelter is no different. We have had to make changes in order to keep our staff and the public safe while trying to maintain the critical mission of saving homeless, neglected, abused, and lost animals. A few changes that you need to know about are as follows:
Our hours are shortened, we are open 11 am- 5 pm Monday-Saturday.
If you have a lost dog you will need to call 513-695-1176 and leave a message, someone will return your call.
If you have found a lost dog please call 513-695-1176, we will instruct you on how to relinquish the dog.
If you have a found cat you must call 513-695-2437 to make an appointment to bring the cat to us here at the shelter.
At this time we can no longer accept used towels and blankets due to the COVID 19 outbreak.
The Humane Association of Warren County relies on donations and adoptions to keep our doors open and continue helping those who do not have a voice, and we need your help more than ever. Please consider a donation to help us in our mission of saving homeless pets by donating online, by phone, or simply mailing your tax-deductible donation to 230 Cook Rd, Lebanon Ohio. We could not do the work we do without the continued support of our community. Thank you.
The Humane Association of Warren County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center has served Warren County and Southwest Ohio for 46 years. We operate the only animal shelter and adoption center in Warren County and as a non-profit, animal welfare organization, depend on tax-deductible donations to support our annual budget. We are proud of the fact that, during those 46 years, we have provided a safe haven and loving care for tens of thousands of homeless dogs and cats, giving them a second chance for new and happy lives. In addition, we have reunited thousands of lost pets with their beloved owners.
Since our founding in 1973, our ultimate goal has been to find loving, life-long homes for every adoptable pet left in our care. At the same time, we have been successful in dramatically reducing the alarming number of unwanted dogs and cats in Warren County through our progressive, long-established spay/neuter initiatives.
Joanne Hurley, Executive Director
On behalf of the Humane Association and all the Shelter Pets that have touched our lives, we thank you for your past and future support.
- Humane Association of Warren County