Although the Humane Society of the Piedmont does not accept surrendered animals or facilitate adoptions, we can help you connect with the right people to help find a solution for furry friends in need. 


Need help with surrendered animals or adoption:
  • Animal Rescue and Foster Program

             336-574-9600

  • Merit Pit Bull Foundation

             www.mpbf.org

  • Loving Pet Inn Adoptions

             www.lovingpetinnadoptions.org

  • Guilford County Animal Shelter

            336-641-3400


Animal Control:
  • Guilford County Animal Control

             336-641-5990

  • High Point Animal Control

             336-883-3224

  • Critter Control Wildlife Removal

             336-370-0445

  • Feral Cat Assistance Program

             336-378-0878

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Helping pet parents in the Piedmont since 1953.

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Planned Pethood offers low cost spays & neuters to the community and non-profit affiliates. Pet owners can also get affordable wellness care for their furry friends including vaccinations, dental care, and grooming services. Visit the Planned Pethood Clinic website to learn more about their services and prices and to request an appointment online. 

The Humane Society of the Piedmont's Food Assistance Program helps to ensure that pets in our community do not go hungry; that pet parents keep their furry friends even through tough financial times; and that people do not have to sacrifice their own needs to feed their pet.  Learn more about the program or fill out your application online. 

Furry Friends Financial Assistance Fund is a program that was created thanks to a large donation from Flow Buick/GMC of Greensboro in January 2016 to provide assistance to owners with personal pets that need veterinary care.  This is a program that requires submission of an assistance application, proof of financial need, veterinarian recommendation and approval by our financial assistance board.  Please submit your financial assistance needs to assistance@hspiedmont.org.

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