Michigan Humane Society: Animal Shelters - Adopt A Pet

The Michigan Humane Society and PetSmart are hosting pet holiday pictures with Santa at six area PetSmart locations - in Dearborn, Chesterfield, Rochester Hills, Roseville, Taylor and West Bloomfield - throughout December.

Michigan Humane Society Officially Names Its New Detroit Location The MHS Dresner Foundation Animal Care Campus

Since 1905, the Humane Society of Indianapolis (IndyHumane) has provided shelter and care to animals in need on their way to loving homes. Originally started to help both animals and families in need, the Humane Society eventually switched to focus solely on animal care. In its current location at 79th and Michigan Road since the 1960’s, IndyHumane’s facility now spans over 32,000 square feet on 16 acres.

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Michigan Humane Society Officially Names Its New Detroit Location The MHS Dresner Foundation Animal Care Campus The Michigan Humane Society and PetSmart are hosting pet holiday pictures with Santa at six area PetSmart locations - in Dearborn, Chesterfield, Rochester Hills, Roseville, Taylor and West Bloomfield - throughout December.

Berman Center for Animal Care, Westland - Michigan Humane Society

The Michigan Humane Society and PetSmart are hosting pet holiday pictures with Santa at six area PetSmart locations - in Dearborn, Chesterfield, Rochester Hills, Roseville, Taylor and West Bloomfield - throughout December.

MHS Detroit Animal Care Campus - Michigan Humane Society


Any pet owner who needs to surrender an animal must call to schedule an appointment at any Michigan Humane Society location. During the call, we’ll discuss with you what to expect during the appointment and answer any questions you might have. We will also ask you to bring identification to the appointment so as to properly verify ownership of the animal and to help us maintain accurate records. When you’re at your appointment, we will sit down with you and learn about your pet. Following this discussion, your pet will be evaluated by a trained MHS evaluator for health and temperament, the results of which we will discuss with you after the evaluation is completed. At this point, we will tell you whether or not your pet would be a good candidate for adoption. If so, the animal will be placed up for adoption immediately. If not, we will discuss other options, which can include finding an alternate home for the animal, sharing information that can help resolve any problem issues the pet has, or in some cases, humane euthanasia.The Michigan Humane Society is committed to reuniting families with their lost pets. Those looking for lost animals can visit any of our three locations in Detroit, Rochester Hills and Westland during regular adoption center hours.The Michigan Humane Society has job openings at all of our locations. Employment at MHS adoption centers, veterinary centers, and the administrative office provides a wide variety of opportunities for passionate individuals to help make a difference in the lives of animals. MHS works hard on behalf of our communities and the animals in our care - finding homes for thousands of animals, many of whom come with significant behavioral or medical issues. MHS truly appreciates those who are willing to help change animal lives!The Pet Pantry program is dependent on the generosity of the public and our sponsors. Bags and cans of dog or cat food can be donated at any of Michigan Humane Society’s locations during .