Lost & Found:

 

The following report was prepared and submitted by the Wyandot County Humane Society on 5-30-2023, and is correct as of that date:

Pets reported as missing since the last report that have not been found include:  A Male Sable and White Collie, and a Neutered Male Tuxedo Cat with a white tipped tail.

 

Animals in stray since the last report that are still at the shelter including:  A Male Light Tan with Brindle Pit Mix, and a Neutered Male Domestic Short-Haired Tiger Cat

 

Animals reported as found since the last report include:  An Aussie mix puppy was reported found to the Humane Society.

If you’re missing a pet, or if you find a pet, call us here at the Humane Society, and we’ll try to get everyone back where they should be.

 

If you find a stray pet, please bring it to a veterinarian’s office or animal shelter to have it scanned for a microchip. Many animals are microchipped and it can provide information to help get the animal back in its home.

There are approximately 60 animals available for adoption at any given time at the Wyandot County Humane Society. At this time, available animals include but are not limited to: Several female Mastiff mix puppies named “Ophelia” and “Olivia”, a Black and White Shepherd mix named “Havoc”, a Male Black and White Pit Mix named “Zen”, a Neutered Male Black and Tan German Shepherd named “Ruger”,  a black and white male Bernese Mt Dog-English Pointer mix named “Kit, and several nice guineas pigs and rabbits and many beautiful cats and kittens.

All pets adopted from the Humane Society are spayed or neutered, have their shots up-to-date, are microchipped and are wormed. Dogs are tested for and started on heartworm prevention.

 

The Humane Society is located on Co Hwy 330 in Upper Sandusky, the first house on the right, past the CSX railroad tracks. We have staff here from 10 am to 5 pm Monday-Thursday and 10am to 3pm Friday-Sunday to take animals in. Volunteers are on duty other times for emergencies. Please call ahead to surrender an animal. THE DROPOFF FACILITY ON ST RT 199 IS CLOSED. WCHS never charges a fee for the above referenced services, nor for animal surrender. However, donations to help cover the expenses for caring for your animal are appreciated. We are taking adoption appointments from 1pm-5pm Mon-Thurs, and 11am to 2pm on Saturdays. Please call (419) 294-4477 to set up an appointment to meet your new, best friend.

 

If you’re missing a pet, or if you find a pet, call us here at the Humane Society, and we’ll try to get everyone back where they should be.

 

If you find a stray pet, please bring it to a veterinarian’s office or animal shelter to have it scanned for a microchip. Many animals are microchipped and it can provide information to help get the animal back in its home.