Is Canary the right dog for you?
Canary is a Staffordshire Terrier that LOVES her walks and cuddles with volunteers. She’s the sweetest pup and would be the perfect addition to any family. Canary and other pets waiting for adoption at our location on 22 Mile Road.
Is Jax the right cat for you?
Jax is a Domestic Short Hair that is constantly overlooked at the shelter due to being FIV positive. Beyond his diagnosis, he’s an absolute sweetheart that’s very laid back, tolerant and lives for attention. See Jax and other pets waiting for adoption at our location on 22 Mile Road.
What People Are Saying
Volunteering with awesome people and amazing animals is life changing. The people at the shelter completely transform these pets from scared and anxious to loving and playful.
Volunteering at the humane society has been a major pleasure and learning experience. The atmosphere of the place is so loving and open that it’s easy to connect with people. The animals are also very well cared for and adorable to play with. Spending time at the humane society has been a wonderful experience that I wouldn’t trade for anything.
You found the perfect pet, but now you’re probably wondering what to name them. We’ve heard a lot of dog and cat names, but how do you know which name is right for your pet? Here are some tips to get you started. Finding Inspiration If your preference is something...
As a no-kill shelter and an organization that speaks for those who cannot speak for themselves, we are sometimes able to rescue animals from other shelters that are running out of room. In early July 2019, we were able to take in six dogs from another Michigan shelter...
We’re happy to say that Ingrid was adopted. Ingrid was brought to our shelter as a stray in July of last year. When she entered our shelter, she was emaciated, filthy and suffered from a skin condition that caused her to have missing hair. After she was nursed back...
The Humane Society of Macomb is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Humane Society of Macomb is independent and not associated with the Michigan Humane Society or any other Animal Welfare Organization.
Contributions to HSOM are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Our tax identification number is 38-6120195