Our pets are listed on the below websites. If you need additional information on any of them, feel free to contact us at (812) 689-3773 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Up-to-date vaccinations (Distemper, Bordetella, including Rabies if animal is 4 months or older)
3. Heartworm testing if 1 year or older
The Ripley County Humane Society, Inc. is a not for profit 501(C)3 organization operating a No-Kill animal shelter in Ripley County, Indiana.
To provide assistance to the needy, domesticated animals in Ripley County and to educate the residents of Ripley County regarding animal welfare.
To secure the future of needy domesticated animals in Ripley County.
This is accomplished by providing suitable care, food, shelter, treatment and placement into a humane environment, educating the public concerning animal welfare; advocating humane treatment of animals and fostering relationships between people and animals.
We are funded solely on donations and depend on the kindess of the communities we serve.
Find out how you can help support our shelter and even become a part of it:
As a No-Kill shelter, we survive only on donations and we greatly appreciate all the help that we can get.
Please help us continue to better the lives of homeless animals by spreading the word about our shelter. We are always in need of donations as well as volunteers.
Our secure online donation form makes it easy to offer much appreciated support right now.
To make a donation through the mail, please send it to this address:
Ripley County Humane Society
1202 West County Road 150 North
Osgood, IN 47037
The work our organization accomplishes would not be possible without the generous contributions of our volunteers. Here are some of the things you can do:
Animal Care Volunteers are needed to visit with the animals at the shelter. They can take the dogs for walks, give them baths, groom them, and play with them. They can play with the cats, brush them, and give them breaks from their cages.
Throughout the year, we host special fund-raisers that require volunteers. You can act as Organizer or Assistant for these events. Types of activities can include set up, assisting with â€śgamesâ€? played at event, food and beverage serving, etc.
We need volunteers to transport animals to and from the veterinary offices. The driver uses the shelter's van to transport the dogs and cats.
Driver's license is required as well as being 21 years or older. Experience handling animals is also required.
Everyone has a special talent or strength. And if you think you can use yours to benefit our shelter in some way, please join us in our journey to help our animals.
We Need You! Fill out our Volunteer Form
Our Phone: (812) 689-3773
Our Fax:: (812) 689-5927
Our Email: email@example.com
We are open to the public:
Monday through Sunday
from 11am to 4pm
1202 W County Rd 150 North
We're located just south of Osgood, Indiana. From Osgood, go south on highway US 421 for 3 miles. Turn right on County Road 150 at the Cox Livestock Market. Go 1/4 mile to the 2nd driveway on the right.