Mission: To prevent domestic animal over-population through spay and neuter programs, to place animals into proper homes, to educate the public on responsible pet ownership, and to assist at the animal shelter.
Programs: Sponsor animal clinics for spaying and neutering dogs and cats paying a portion of the fee for each animal, as well as paying a portion of this cost on an "as-need" basis throughout the year. Animals benefiting for current year totaled 1,566.
provide medicine, food, and animal care supplies for animals housed at the animal shelter to ready them for adoption. Volunteers work on a daily basis assisting shelter employees with feeding and cleaning areas where animals are housed, grooming, and socialization of the animals.
You claim to reserve the right to remove any reviews and I believe that you should definitely remove the review by a Mr. Johnson. I have been a very active member of the Humane Society for the last 18 years and know how much the community as a whole has benefited from the Humane Society. Our active members volunteer so much of their time looking after the animals at the county shelter. We work all year to raise money to assist with spay/neuter expenses as the spay/neuter program is the only way we will ever reduce the number of animals euthanized every year.
Dr. Marty Poffenberger is totally dedicated to the cause and spends countless hours with and for the animals.
This so called humane society takes no dogs or cats from any animal control facility for any reason. It is run by a very self serving veterinarian by the name of Marty Pofenburger.
DO NOT GIVE ANY MONEY TO THIS INHUMANE ORGANIZATION!!!!