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Alliston District Humane Society

Alliston District Humane Society
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Alliston & District Humane Society
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P.O. Box 1455
Everett ON

Alliston District Humane Society is an affiliate of the Ontario SPCA. We provide animal rescue, care and foster home shelter for animals, adoption services, lost and found services, wildlife rehabilitation, humane education activities and enforcement of Ontario and federal anti-cruelty laws in the townships of New Tecumseth, Adjala-Tosorontio and Mulmer as well as the towns of Alliston, Tottenham, Beeton and Cookstown.

100% Volunteer Run

The ADHS has been in operation since 1988 and is comprised entirely of volunteers. These volunteers have donated thousands of hours of time, use of their homes and vehicles (and any damages sustained), gas, food, litter, long distance calls, expertise handling animals and whatever else was required.

The ADHS is run solely by the efforts of unpaid volunteers. Although our new shelter has been built, some animals are still housed in volunteer's own homes. The foster home provides food, shelter, litter, transportation, training, endless patience and time, both with the animal and the public. The ADHS foster home volunteers are very special people and countless animals lives have been saved as these wonderful people open their doors to take in just one more.

Our Mission and No Kill Philosophy

The ADHS attempts to provide shelter for stray and unwanted animals with priority given to abused and neglected animals. The ADHS provides a lost and found reporting service, humane education, and animal protection and cruelty investigation services. Dedicated volunteers make all of these services possible. The ADHS strives for a 100% adoption rate, with a NO KILL policy for all animals deemed adoptable. Those animals deemed 'unadoptable' by a veterinarian due to illness, severe injuries or of unsuitable or dangerous temperament are humanely euthanized.

On June 12, 2002, the ADHS purchased 49.75 acres of land with plans to build a shelter as soon as finances and resources allowed. We purchased the land with funds raised from fundraising events and donations. It is located on the 4th Concession at the 5th Sideroad of Adjala-Tosorontio. We found this land after a long search, as the criteria required to build a shelter is quite involved.

We began construction of our long awaited animal shelter in the spring of 2010. In October of 2010, we received our Occupancy Permit from the township! We moved our first dogs into the shelter December 23, 2010.

Since then, we have been slowly building our presence in the building. We have set up a Dog Program, a Cat Program and a Small Animals Program at our shelter. We are currently working on an Education Program for Children.

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