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Humane Society of Raleigh County

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Humane Society of Raleigh County


Pet Food Banks: HSRC offers a program called “pet pantry” for pet owners who find themselves in a financial tight spot. Citizens are Raleigh County can come up to the shelter and pick up for food their pets. This service can be used up to 4 times per calendar year. We have wet and dry food available. Our goal is to keep more pets in their homes, and make sure owners aren`t forced to give up their beloved pet just because they`ve hit a rough patch. The Pet Pantry is stocked by donations from the community. To take advantage of this program, bring a valid ID and proof of income (such as a paystub) to the Humane Society of Raleigh County.

Services Offered: Spay & Neuter Vouchers
HSRC offers spay and neuter vouchers for low-income citizens of Raleigh County. This is the most effective way to combat pet overpopulation.
These vouchers offer 30% off the procedure and can be used with a select network of vets. To get a spay/neuter voucher, please come to HSRC and fill out a form. Participating veterinarians are:

Beckley Veterinary Hospital – 215 Dry Hill Rd, Beckley 304-255-4159

Crab Orchard Veterinary Hospital – Rt. 16 South, Crab Orchard 304-252-0110

Jarrell Animal Clinic – 6052 Robert C Byrd Drive, Bradley 304-877-5600

New River Animal Hospital – Rt 3, Nimitz 304-466-0251

Raleigh County Animal Hospital 198 Ragland Rd 304-253-4787

Wyoming Small Animal Clinic – Rt 10, Pineville 304-732-6951