Guelph, Ontario (June 1, 2015) - The Guelph Humane Society is seeking support from the public after accepting a large number of animals into its care. The Society recently accepted the surrender of ownership of 64 animals, including 36 cats and weaned kittens, 3 nursing cats with 15 kittens and 10 puppies. The Guelph Humane Society is asking the community for support to help care for these animals. [Read More...]
The GHS 3rd annual Friends for Life! Walk™ is a fun day for the whole family in support of animal welfare. Come join us for a BBQ, fun contests and a fun filled walk. Even people without pets can come out to enjoy the day and support this worthwhile cause [Read More...]
The City of Guelph has set up a reporting website for coyote sightings in the city. Read more about coyotes in the city here
Report a sighting here.
Fall is almost here which means the new session of the Junior Humane Club will be starting soon! The Fall session starts on Thursday October 1st. Junior Humane offers children the ability to learn more about how the Guelph Humane Society helps animals and its role in the community!
Register here to reserve your spot! Check out the Just For Kids page for all the details.
Thanks to the generous support of the Guelph community, we are able to help more than 3000 animals each year.
Donations can be made by calling or visiting the shelter or at CanadaHelps. See more ways to help the shelter.