Donate to LTBHS
Donations are crucial to ensuring that every animal who comes through our doors receives exceptional care. Please become a member or make a donation today.
|Wine and dine for the canines and felines at LTBHS!|
Thu May 23, 2013 @ 5:00PM - 07:00PM
|Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics|
Wed May 29, 2013 @ 8:00AM -
|Collar for a Cause|
Sat Jun 08, 2013 @10:00AM - 01:00PM
|LTBHS Annual Meeting|
Wed Jun 26, 2013 @ 5:30PM -
|Mount Everest Story of Survival to Benefit LTBHS!|
Sun Jul 21, 2013 @ 6:00PM - 09:00PM
|Howl at the Moon|
Thu Aug 22, 2013 @ 6:00PM - 09:00PM
Paws for News!
Adopt a Dog
My name is Monty and I'm a one-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever who just became available for adoption! As you can tell from my picture, I'm a real cutie and I hope it won't be long until I find my forever home. If you like labs, I hope you'll take a chance on me. I promise I'll be the best dog ever.
Adopt a Cat
Estelle is a beautiful one-year-old domestic long-haired cat who just became available for adoption. She is very loving and ready to share that love with a forever family. Learn more about Estelle and all of the other fantastic felines available for adoption at www.ltbhs.com.
Photo courtesy of D. H. Tingleff Photography
|Facility and Hours|
Little Traverse Bay Humane Society was designed to make our shelter animals comfortable, healthy and calm while they wait to find their forever homes.
Our facility provides shelter to more than 40 cats and 20 dogs at a time. The building has radiant heat for warm, dry floors and a high efficient ventilation system. While in our care, dogs enjoy outdoor exercise in our kennels and play yards, where they can dig and run through the woods. Their indoor kennels are roomy and well lit. Our “kitty condos” provide cats with room to stretch and sleep. Cats also enjoy free range throughout the shelter. On a daily basis, visitors can see cats curled up on beds and shelves or lying on windowsills. Prior to adoption, all animals are sterilized, vaccinated, treated for fleas, and fed a nutritious diet. Dogs are also heartworm tested and micro-chipped.
Our community-based spay/neuter program puts LTBHS in the position to help other traditional, kill shelters by rescuing animals and giving them a true second chance. In fact, our volunteers travel throughout the country to meet rescue groups. For years we have had an agreement with our county facility in which we take 100% of their adoptable dogs.
With more than 500 adoptions a year, consider for a moment what would happen if we weren’t here to offer homeless animals a safe place to stay while they await their forever homes. Now think about the many animals your tax-deductible donations help to vaccinate, groom, feed, house and love!
Please ensure that every animal who comes through our doors receives exceptional care. Become a member of the Little Traverse Bay Humane Society today.
Little Traverse Bay Humane Society