It takes approximately 7 million dollars to keep the Edmonton Humane Society operational for one year and 40% of these funds come from generous donations made by supporters like you.
We understand that your relationship with your pet can be challenging. Fortunately, many of these difficulties can be addressed with the right interventions. Before surrendering your pet, please call us at 780-229-2935 to discuss possible solutions.
Our animal protection officers are responsible for investigating animal neglect and cruelty concerns within the City of Edmonton jurisdiction, as well as pet stores, zoos, and any animal holding facilities (i.e. circuses, rodeos etc.).
Offered by the EHS’s Canine Enrichment Centre, our Doggie Daycare allows Pet Owners to keep their dogs socialized, active, and stimulated. Rest assured that while you are away for the day, your dog is receiving the highest level of attention and care.
Central Bark is Edmonton’s only gated dog park exclusive to membership holders. Approximately three acres in size, the park is separated into two play areas: one for dogs who like to socialize and play with dogs all shapes and sizes; and one for small dogs who aren’t comfortable playing with the larger dogs.
Our Muddy Paws Self-serve Wash and Groom facility is perfect for anyone who wants to give their pet a bath and dry it, while helping the Edmonton Humane Society at the same time. The facility is fully stocked with shampoos, flea and tick wash, conditioners, towels, dryers and a grooming table.
Bingo’s Pet Shop offers wide range of products including food, toys, pet care supplies, and more at comparable prices. Bingo’s Pet Store is the perfect place for pet owners to buy all the essentials for their furry friends. The best part about Bingo’s is that all proceeds from sales go back into the shelter.
Every animal at the EHS is treated with respect and dignity, even when saying goodbye. The EHS offers public (non-private) and private euthanization as well as cremation services. All proceeds from these services go back into the shelter.
The EHS offers neutering services for feral cats also known as homeless cats that are largely outdoor cats, have minimal contact and socialization with people, and are not likely to become companion animals. The TNR program is a humane way of preventing unwanted litters and help combat pet overpopulation
The PALS (Prevent Another Litter Subsidy) program is offered by the EHS to reduce our community’s homeless pet population by assisting people who do not have the financial ability to spay or neuter their animals. Citizens of Edmonton and surrounding communities with low income can apply to have their dog(s) and/or cat(s) spayed/neutered through PALS, and pay only the administration fee.
A very special part of being the beneficiary of our community’s generous support are all the clever and creative ways that people find to support the thousands of animals we care for each year. See more creative ways of how how people are doing their part to help animals in our community.