Mission: Nashville humane association is committed to finding responsible homes, controlling pet overpopulation and promoting the humane treatment of animals.
Programs: Pet adoptions: nha provided shelter, vaccinations and care for 3,832 animals in 2016. 3801 animals were adopted or transferred to specific rescues. Teddy's wagon, our mobile adoption unit visited 40 locations resulting in 96 adoptions.
spay/neuter programs: in 2016 8,777 animals were spay/neuter for 2,843 families that are receiving some type of government assistance or are considered low income. 3,576 davidson county rabies vaccinations and licenses were issued keeping the client in compliance with local rabies laws. Pet food bank: in 2016 nashville humane association distributed 15,548 lbs. Of dry food and 5,628 cans of wet food. Service was provided for 184 pet-owning households. All pets receiving free food must have their pets spay/neutered and the owner must be receiving some type of government assistance. Volunteer program: nashville humane association has more than 400 volunteers that give of their time in the form of dog walkers, cat socializers, clerical assistance, special events and such. Humane education: nashville humane association conducts "critter camp" which is a one week day camp for children in "at risk" areas. There are two 1 week sessions which encourages care, love and compassion for animals.