Photograph of the shelter

 

COVID 19 has kind of set us back.  We are struggling as are most facilities to keep up services and continue to prevent suffering.  The Wyandot County Humane Society (WCHS) is the only shelter of its kind in the Northwest/North central Ohio region.  Hours for surrenders—9 am till 8 pm, seven days a week and after 8 pm for emergencies only please. Please call ahead to surrender animals. Please call when you arrive in the parking lot and a staff member will do the intake paperwork over the phone with you.  Someone will then come to your car to assist you.  We never turn any animal away, regardless of the kind of animal (domestic animals, wildlife, livestock, exotics), what county it is from, or the reason it has to be surrendered. In addition, there is never any charge for surrendering an animal, although donations are always very much needed and appreciated.   Adoptions are also by appointment, and you can view some of our adoptable animals on Petfinder.com.  For details see our Adoption page.

 

 

 

 Help Wanted

 

 

The HOPE Clinic is searching for an RVT or experienced veterinary assistant to add to our team. The clinic is a non-profit organization that provides affordable spay/neuter services to the surrounding communities.

Applicants must be able to work in a fast paced environment, have good attention to detail, have good communication skills, and be a team player.
This is a full time position that includes a mixture of day and evening shifts (Monday through Friday) with an occasional weekend required.
If interested, please email resume to hope@wyhumane.org.