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Begin your search here! Discover the benefits of adopting from us, then search our list of available pets to find your new best friend!

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There are many ways you can support our mission to help homeless animals get a second chance. Learn how you can help!

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Make a difference...volunteer to help us improve the lives of our animals until they find a home. Check out our volunteer opportunities!

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New Executive Director Named

Following a strategic planning process over the last several months, the HSLC Board of Directors named Deborah Drick, a well-known community leader in Howell, as the new executive Director. Deb will be leading the development of a new branding plan for the shelter, will focus on improving the volunteer program as well as carrying out the […]

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Update on Diesel

Sometimes a dog comes along that really touches our staffs’ hearts. Diesel is one of those special dogs. Diesel came to us with what appeared to be bladder stones when he was unable to urinate. It turned out what was thought to be bladder stones was actually a sarcoma in the urethra. Even with Dr. Balli’s valiant attempts, it […]

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Zeus is One Lucky Guy!

Volunteers from the shelter sometimes travel to high-kill facilities to see if there are any dogs there who could be brought back to our shelter for a better chance at adoption. This time, they discovered a very sad situation where our volunteers stepped up to make a difference and found an injured dog a loving home. Six dogs were chained in a […]

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Is Your Pet Protected from Heartworm, Fleas and Ticks?

Mosquito and tick season is especially bad in our area this year! The higher number of mosquitoes means a higher risk of heartworm disease for your dogs as well as cats. Plus, fleas and ticks can not only be painful, but also deadly. Fortunately, protecting your pets and family from the dangers of fleas, ticks, […]

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