The Smyth County Humane Society (SCHS) is a non-shelter organization that advocates for prevention of cruelty to animals through education and public relations activities, facilitates pet adoptions by forever families and foster parents, effects pet population control through spay/neuter clinics with funding assistance for low-income families, works with rescue groups to save the lives of abandoned or homeless pets, and serves as liaison to the Smyth County Animal Shelter.

 

Meetings are held at 5:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at Royal Oak Presbyterian Church, located at 139 West Main Street in downtown Marion, Virginia.

 

Smyth County Humane Society

Advocates for Dogs and Cats in Smyth County, Virginia

FOR MORE INFO, CALL (276) 780-7702.

492

Spay/neuter surgeries scheduled and subsidized by the Smyth County Humane Society in 2013.

2,800

Hours the Smyth County Humane Society board of directors donated to projects in 2013 — averaging 54 hours per week.

41%

Decrease in euthanasia at the Smyth County Animal Shelter due to efforts of the Smyth County Humane Society.

10,625

Pounds of pet food collected and distributed to needy pet owners by the Smyth County Humane Society  in 2013.

Smyth County Humane Society, Inc.  |  PO Box 1124  |  Marion, Virginia 24354  |   Tel.  (276) 780-7702  |  SCHS is a 501(c)3 organization and is not affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States.