The Lawrence Humane Society is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of all animals.
- It is important to SPAY AND NEUTER all companion pets. A spayed/neutered pet not only curbs overpopulation, but it leads to a pet’s longer, healthier life.
- You can also help reduce overpopulation through pet ADOPTIONS. The Lawrence Humane Society has many wonderful and adoring animals (dogs, cats, and handheld pets) available to adopt.
- If you’ve lost your pet or have found a lost pet, go to LOST YOUR PET? to find out what to do.
- To help your pet "go home again" should it become lost, it is important to MICROCHIP your pets.
- If you’ve witnessed animal cruelty or neglect (or need to know what to watch for), go to CRUELTY AND NEGLECT INVESTIGATIONS to learn what you can do.
- Any injured, ownerless pet is in need of rescue. What can you do to help? Go to EMERGENCY PET RESCUE to find out what to do or where to go for assistance.
- The DOUGLAS COUNTY ANIMAL RESPONSE TEAM (DCART) was formed in 2009 to respond to animals who become victims of natural or intentional disasters. We welcome you to learn more about this organization and how you can become part of it.