The Humane Society of Elkhart County has two very special dogs currently looking for a forever home. Sebastian is a Beagle/Basset Hound mix. He is approximately six years old. He is neutered and up to date on all vaccinations. Sebastian came to the shelter after being seized due to neglect. Through his whole life, he has not received proper vet care. Because of this, Sebastian has had chronic ear infections his whole life. Due to the extent of the infection and neglect, Sebastian had to have both of his ear canals removed. Sebastian still has a minimal amount of hearing. This surgery was extremely extensive and happened over about a four day period. Sebastian will need a home that understands he is a special needs dog and will need extra care for the rest of his life. Sebastian also has an allergy issue due to the state of his ears. Even though Sebastian has had a rough six years, this boy is so spunky and loving. He loves all dogs and people that he meets. Sebastian is loveable and enjoys spending time with people. This boy is definitely ready to be the prince in your life!
Meet Sparkle! Sparkle is looking for the special forever home she deserves. Sparkle is a small Poodle that came to us as a stray. This sweet girl is in her golden years and looking for her forever home. She is blind and will need guidance through life. Sparkle is ready to retire and needs a place to be able to spend her final days finally knowing what love is!
Attention Dirty Dogs!
The time of the dog wash has changed! We will now hold our dog wash fundraiser from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Martin’s Paw Mart – Cobblestone. If you have any questions, please call the shelter at (574) 848-4225.
Been thinking about adding a new addition to your family? Well, today is the day! Stop by HSEC and pick out your new champion!
From May 19th to May 31st HSEC is having an adoption special! Certain animals have a hidden special discount if they are adopted in this time frame! Stop by the shelter and look for any animal with a special trophy!
Due to lack of registration, the Pet Showcase on May 15, 2014 has been cancelled. Please look at our calendar to see when the next Pet Showcase is scheduled.
Furry Friends will be moving to a spring event! In order to build on this spectacular program, we will not be hosting a fall event in 2014. However, mark your calendars now for April 16, 2015! There will be MORE furry friends and MORE fun to look forward to!
We all had a blast this morning hanging out with Duke at the WNDU studio! Duke was definitely a gentlemen!
Duke is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, good with other dogs, and really enjoys car rides! Stop by and meet him today!
The Humane Society of Elkhart County is currently in need of food donations to feed our furry friends. We try to maintain a well balanced diet for the animals here at the shelter and prefer to feed Purina Dog Chow, Purina Cat Chow, Purina Puppy and kitten food. You can also give a monetary donation for food.
You can drop off donations at the shelter during business hours. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us.
The luck of the Irish is at the Humane Society of Elkhart County! During the month of March, visit the adoptable animals at the shelter and “Find Your Pot of Gold”! Our Leprechaun favorites are marked with a special “pot of gold” that allows approved adopters a discount on these loveable companions.
We had a very successful first Pet Showcase of the year! Carson’s at the Concord Mall invited us to bring our adoptable animals. Everyone definitely had a blast! Conrad, found his forever home that day!
If you are interested in volunteering at our Pet Showcases, please contact Megan at email@example.com for more information.
Thank you to all of our volunteers who participated in this event!
We will be CLOSED to the public on Monday January 27th and Tuesday January 28th due to weather conditions. We do have a skeleton crew caring for the animals.
The staff will be monitoring our hotline messages for injured or animals in imminent danger. If an animal is out for long periods in this frigid weather, please call law enforcement first as this is against state and local statues.
Please be safe!