Contact Information for
The following information has been carefully compiled by Heather
Rooney, a dedicated friend of animals. Here is Heather's message for visitors:
County Dog Warden/Animal Control Officer
Akron Beacon Journal 330 996-3333
Hartville News 330 877-9345
Louisville Herald 330 875-5610
2705 Fulton Dr. NW Canton 44718
Discount Spay and Neuter Info
Canton City Health District
Stark County Sheriff's Department
Within City if Louisville, OH (Stark Co)
Louisville, Oh Police
Within City of Alliance OH (Stark Co.)
HERE FOLLOWS MORE COMPREHENSIVE INFO ABOUT STARK COUNTY SHELTERS, RESCUE GROUPS AND PET RELATED CONTACTS
THE STARK COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY
P.O. Box 7077
Prevents cruelty or neglect of animals Enforces all laws for the prevention of cruelty to or neglect of animals Secures by lawful means the arrest, conviction and punishment of any person(s) violating such laws Disseminates information with respect to humane practices and principles and to teach and educate the public the humane treatment of all living beings Provides humane care and treatment of all animals needing protection; seeks to return lost animals to their owners; seeks suitable homes for animals when necessary Cooperates with all other similar organizations, individuals and officials in such efforts
COALITION FOR ANIMAL CONCERNS email@example.com
ANIMAL RESCUE CLUB – ARC Northwest H.S.
The purpose of ARC is to allow high school students various
opportunities to be involved in the care and eventual adoption of abandoned,
abused, or stray animals through association with two local rescue groups –
Hearts and Paws & Second Chance.
AKRON-CANTON BOXER RESCUE OF OHIO, INC.
Deb firstname.lastname@example.org 330-499-4418
Akron-Canton Boxer Rescue (ACBR) is a small home-based
rescue. All dogs are temperament assessed, current on all shorts, heartworm
tested and spayed/neutered prior to adoption. Requirements for adoption include
an application, veterinarian references, home visit and a donation fee. Our
current pets up for adoption can be seen at http://www.Petfinder.com
Saturday and Sunday from 10-4 p.m. - animals for adoption at
Petsmart on Dressler Road in Canton, Ohio
We help stray, neglected, abused and abandoned animals find
caring, responsible new homes. We spay or neuter our animals, and help inform
others of the importance to do so. Our volunteers mend broken bodies, hearts and
spirits and give animals a second chance at happy lives, free from cruelty and
2705 Fulton Road NW
Stark County’s "Animal ER" is open when your
veterinary is closed. We provide start of the art veterinary emergency and
critical care for injured or ill companion animals.
We are a professional boarding and grooming service with over
30 years experience. We are family owned and operated. Boarding and grooming is
by appointment only.
Susan (Stark County) email@example.com 330-854-4508
Sarah (Summit County) 330-665-9941
Kim Cavnah, President 330-494-8993 330-495-8485
The mission of Honuchan (hoe-nuke-chaw) is to work towards the controlled procreation of stray, unwanted or relinquished domestic animals through spay and neuter programs. To care, nurture and maintain said animals until safe, caring, loving homes can be acquired. Honuchan also provides the public with knowledge and instructions regarding responsible pet ownership, and networks with agencies that are like-minded. Home care for chronically ill pets, along with hospice and grief counseling are also provided.
LHASA APSO RESCUE
Pam Glass 330-854-5601
WOLFSPIRIT’S ANIMAL SHELTER, INC.
Robin Aufderheide, Founder
Robin 330-453-2746 WolfSpirit729@aol.com
Kim 330-823-3754 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are an all-volunteer non-profit organization. Currently we
do not have a shelter so all of the rescued animals are in foster homes, each
receiving the vet care, socialization, housetraining, and all the love and
attention they deserve. We do not tolerate animal abuse, and are involved with
the rescue of those in puppy mills, and promote the importance of spaying and
330-834-0254 Fax 330-834-0402
Domestic violence takes its toll not only on humans, but also on the family pets who are often the first victim of the violence. As very few battered women’s shelters allow pets, this leaves many women with no choice but to stay in an abusive relationship because the love and concern for the pet. The YWCA’s goal is to remove this obstacle by providing a pet-fostering program. The YWCA Hands of Kindness will find a temporary safe home for the pet, veterinary services if needed, and a chance for the victim to get the needed help without abandoning the pet who has become her biggest ally in her abusive situation.