801 Van Camp Rd.
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Wed & Thurs - 12-7pm
Fri, Sat & Sun - 12-4pm
The Wood County Humane Society exists in order to bring about the best possible treatment and quality of life for all animals in Wood County.
Don't forget to check out our Nagoya
As a reminder, Nagoya picks up the adoption fee
if these animals are adopted during their
We have a merchandise page! There are
some pretty cool items to help show your support
for our mission. Proceeds go directly to help the
animals. Click here to visit our CafePress store.
Don't see something you like, please email us
with your suggestions!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! We are looking for
dedicated volunteers to: help with morning
cleanings at the shelter, dog walking, SNIP
transporters, and to join the board! Please visit
looking for the perfect donation for the shelter
animals over the holidays.
NEW adoption special to ring in the New
Year! We have asked our staff to pick their
favorite felines that will be offered at $15 for the
entire month of January, 2015. There are a
dozen cats to choose from, all ages, sizes, and
a variety of colors. Stop out to meet them
today! **All animals adopted from our
organization include the spay/neuter,
vaccinations, microchip, initial deworming and
flea prevention, heart worm prevention in dogs,
and a free physical exam to participating vets.**
We are offering FREE spay/neuter surgeries
and rabies vaccines for outdoor/free-roaming
cats in the 43402 zip code. Please contact the
shelter at 419-352-7339 for more details.
Appointments and funds are limited, please call
today! We are also accepting donations for our
"Spay it Forward" campaign to fund future
spay/neuter surgeries for outdoor/free-roaming
cats in Wood County.
Our annual meeting will be held on January
19th, 2015 6pm at Simpson Garden Park
Meeting Room. This meeting is open to the
public. The keynote speaker will be John Dinon,
Ohio Director of Outreach and Engagement for
the Humane Society of the United States. His
presentation will include a brief overview of
HSUS and its programs, with the main topic will
be management of community cats.