ADOPT

Looking for a pet to adopt?

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Support the Belleville Area Humane Society.

VOLUNTEER & FOSTER

Would you like to volunteer or foster?

LOST & FOUND

Report a lost pet.

Our Mission

The Belleville Area Humane Society strives to improve the lives of homeless animals in our community through adoption, humane education, and community outreach.

Our Vision

Homeless animals in our community are valued, cared for, and treated with compassion.

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Effective Tuesday, March 17th, the Belleville Area Humane Society will be utilizing an “Appointment Only” Adoption Process. The health and safety of our team members and animals is our top priority. Therefore, we are limiting exposure and following sanitatino procedures as recommended by the CDC. To make an appointment or for questions, please leave a…

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FAQ

Q: Who do I call about abuse/neglect/abandoned animals? 

A: St. Clair County Animal Control handles all cases. They have licensed animal control officers. If they are closed, the sheriff handles situations. 

Animal Control: 618-235-0585

Sheriff: 618-277-3500 extension: 1711

Q: Are you a no-kill shelter?

A: We are a limited admission shelter. This means, we only euthanize if an animal is severely ill or unsafe to put out in the community. We do not euthanize for space. 

Q: Do you have space for my dog or cat?

A: The BAHS is committed to helping animals either surrendered or not reclaimed at St. Clair County Animal Control. We have a waiting list for owners who wish to surrender their pets. With limited kennel space, we work with pet owners to provide resources that help individuals keep their pets, when possible. 

Q: What is the difference between BAHS and Animal Control?

Q: What is the difference between BAHS and Animal Control? 
A:
BAHS 
limited admission
non-profit
houses pets until they are adopted

Animal Control
open admission
state-funded
holds stray or lost pets for seven days (If an animal is not reclaimed, their adoption center or partnering non-profit animal shelters can intake the pet and put them up for adoption.) 

Q: Do you have puppies?

A: Dogs under six months are kept in foster homes for their health. They are susceptible to getting sick at the shelter since they are not fully vaccinated. They can be viewed on our web site when they are available for adoption. 

Q: Does the BAHS provide spay/neuter or vaccinations?

A: Yes, we have partnering vets who provide spay/neuter opportunities for qualifying individuals. Please call our hotline at 1-866-951-0247, ext. 100. We have quarterly vaccination clinics.

Q: How does your adoption process work?

A: Complete our adoption survey either online or in person. It typically takes 24-48 hours to process. We will work with potential adopters to have all family members (including existing pets) meet the pet of interest. Once meet and greets are complete, an adoption counselor will walk you through the adoption paperwork and provide continued animal ownership resources.

Q: How much does it cost to adopt?

A:

Dogs – $175 
Cats – $100 

All adoptions include:

Dog:
spay or neuter
heartworm testing if six months or over
microchip
vaccines (DHPPC, Bordetella and rabies)
dewormed

Cat:
spay or neuter
FELV/FIV test
microchip
vaccines (FVRCPC)
dewormed

Q: How do I volunteer?

A: Please visit our volunteer page at bahspets.org/volunteer to complete a volunteer application and see how our volunteer program works.

Q: How do I foster?

A: Please visit bahspets.org/volunteer and complete a foster application. Our foster coordinator will be in touch after they receive the application.


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