Guelph Humane Society
The Guelph Humane Society (GHS) has been sheltering and rescuing animals in the Guelph/ Wellington Communities since 1893. Each year the GHS cares for approximately 3000 animals in need.
Not only do they provide animal sheltering and adoption services but they also provide regular veterinary care and have a progressive spay/neuter program in place which is partially funded by the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation. The society delivers a comprehensive Humane Education Program to community schools, to youth groups and clubs as well as at their shelter.
The GHS also enforces the OSPCA Act investigating animal cruelty and care concerns in the Guelph and Wellington County and handles animal related by law enforcement and licensing services in the City of Guelph.