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.
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.
|Good Samaritan Fund|
The Michael G. Phillips Good Samaritan Fund is especially important as it provides for emergency medical care. As you can imagine, emergency health care situations are always critical and often expensive.
The Michael G. Phillips Good Samaritan fund is designed to help us care for all of the special needs of shelter dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. In addition to funding crucial medical procedures and tests, the fund helps us purchase foods for specific dietary needs and obtain medications.
Colton did not let the absence of his leg damper his spirits. He ran and played with the other dogs as if nothing were different. We all rejoiced when a family came and fell in love with him just the way he was. In fact, with his uplifting personality, he was able to adjust to his disability so quickly that he and his family occassionally forget he only has three legs! Since Little Traverse Bay Humane Society is no-kill shelter, we medically treat any animal who is surrendered to us. Colton is a shining example of our commitment to giving shelter animals the best life possible.
You are truly a Good Samaritan to our most disadvantaged animals when you donate to this fund! Please help us help shelter animals recover from health problems and live the lives they deserve - in loving, safe, forever homes.