In observance of Juneteenth, our clinic/admin/shelter locations will be closed on June 19th. We honor this day of freedom and reflection and will resume normal operations on June 20th.

visit adoptable animals at our 3 locations!

The SHS Shelter location at 6607 North Havana Street is now walk-in friendly! View adoptable animals online before you come to visit. We are fortunate to have 3 locations where you can potentially meet your new best friend. Each adoptable pet’s location is listed in their pet bios under the “adopt” tab. Info below, thank you for your support!

Shelter

Monday: Closed
Tues-Fri: 1:00p-6:00p | Sat-Sun: 1:00p-5:00p
Walk-in friendly

6607 N Havana

Northpointe PetSmart

Mon-Sat: 10:00a-6:00p
Sunday: 10:00a-5:00p
Walk-in friendly

9950 N Newport Hwy

BARK, A Rescue Pub

Fri-Sat: by reservation 11:00a-6:00p
Sunday: by reservation 9:00a-3:00p
$5/person for adoption center visits

905 N Washington St.

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meet, JONAH

Just looking for a furever partner to play endless fetch with in a yard of my very own. Take me home?

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meet,
SHADOW RADO

I am 7 years young looking for my furever home and endless belly rubs!

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meet, VINNY

I'm senior pup at 10 years old, waiting for a hooman of my very own. Will that be you?

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All of us at Spokane Humane Society have immense gratitude for our volunteers. We appreciate the dedication, time, and efforts volunteers selflessly offer in supporting our mission and enriching the lives of the animals in our care.

Annually, Spokane Humane Society cares for 3,000+ animals and we are awed by the hard work our teams are undeniably doing every day to endlessly fight for the futures of the animals that come into our care.

Together we can continue making a positive difference in the lives of the animals we serve.

-Spokane Humane Society Family

To find out more about how our team and supporters are making a positive impact on the lives of the animals in our care, please reach outSend us a message to learn more about how you can get involved, we would be happy to connect.

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