Humane Society of Randolph County

The Humane Society of Randolph County is a nonprofit organization devoted to promoting the welfare of the animals in Randolph County.

The Humane Society of Randolph County is a nonprofit organization devoted to promoting the welfare of the animals in Randolph County.

Our Goals are:

To decrease the number of unwanted animals euthanized in Randolph County

To educate the public on ways they can help reduce the unwanted pet population in Randolph County

Strategies for Meeting our Goals:

Implement a low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic for Randolph County residents

Provide monetary assistance for spaying/neutering of pets to low-income families Educate the public on the various animal agencies in the county through our "PETS-line" and public forums

The Humane Society of Randolph County is striving to spay or neuter all dogs and cats in the county.

Humane Society of Randolph County

PO Box 4384

Asheboro, NC 27204

336-629-PETS

(336-629-7387)

info@hsrcpets.org

www.hsrcpets.org

Quarterly Rabies Clinic December 13th

Participating Clinics in 2005:

1. Asheboro Animal Hospital

2. Archdale Animal Clinic

3. Blue Flint Animal Hospital

4. Randolph Animal Hospital

5. Randolph Animal Clinic

6. High Point Veterinary Hospital
Every day, more than 9,000 dogs and cats are killed in America's shelters simply because they don't have a safe place to call home.

Together, we will end the killing.
Together we will Save Them All.
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