The Guelph Humane Society has been providing care for the animals in our community since 1893! Each year we help approximately 3,000 animals in need. We do not receive government funding for our services, relying solely on private funding and public donations. By donating to one of the following funds, you can help make a difference in the lives of the animals in our community.
Being able to make quick decisions and having the flexibility to put funds where they will be most impactful for the animals in our care is a top priority.
Each day we care for our animals in many ways, through amazing staff and volunteers, high quality food, comfortable living spaces, clean bedding, veterinary care, behavioral enrichment and so much more.
Established in 1995 to provide special veterinary medical care for homeless animals in need, Duke’s Fund helps cover orthopedic surgeries, dental/surgical care and any other specialized veterinary care required. Visit our page on Duke’s Fund to learn more!
Another great way you can help the animals in Wellington County is through our PAW Program. For less than a dollar a day, you can help make a significant impact on the lives of animals in your community! For more information and to learn how to become a member click here.
You can help the Guelph Humane Society provide a compassionate, temporary home to thousands of lost, homeless, or surrendered animals.
Cat cages: $240 per year ($20 per month), sponsor two cages for $440 per year.
Dog cages: $300 per year ($25 per month), sponsor two cages for $550 per year.
Small Animal cages: $120 per year ($10 per month), sponsor two cages for $220 per year.
These make a wonderful tribute gift or a great way to honor a beloved pet.
Other Ways to Help
You can donate by mail to:
Guelph Humane Society
P.O. Box 684
500 Wellington St, W.
Guelph, ON N1H 6L3
You can also drop by in-person at the shelter or donate by phone at 519-824-3091 and our friendly staff will gladly help you.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call or visit the Guelph Humane Society.