KHS 19th Annual Big Paws Pledge Walk
Photo Submission Contest
We are currently taking photo submissions for the Kingston Humane Society’s 2018 Our Best Friends calendar. Your $40 submission fee guarantees your pets photo in the calendar (criteria must be met) and includes one calendar. All funds raised from submissions and calendar sales go to assist the neglected, homeless, and abused animals in our community!
KHS 2016 Annual Report & Financials.
Shelter Day Open House – June 4, 2017
Join KHS for the annual Shelter Day open house on Sunday, June 4, 2017. Tour the shelter and learn about the work that we do to support the homeless, abused, and neglected animals in our community.
Pet First Aid Clinic – Ongwanada Auditorium
Keep your pet safe, no matter the situation! The Kingston Humane Society, in conjunction with Princess Animal Hospital & Downtown Animal Hospital, is proud to offer a course on pet first aid on Sunday, June 4, 2017 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM at Ongwanada Auditorium (191 Portsmouth Avenue). This seminar is a practical overview of initial treatments for the most commonly encountered injuries/emergencies for all pets – with a heavy focus on canine emergencies. Ages 12+ are welcome to attend.
Kingston Humane Society – Annual General Meeting | Thursday, May 25, 2017
You’re invited to join the Kingston Humane Society for a review of the affairs and highlights of 2016, and to participate in the election of directors to the Board. Attend our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, May 25, 2017 at our new time 6:00PM. The meeting is being held at Ongwanada Resource Centre located at 191 Portsmouth Avenue, Kingston Ontario.
Want to help ensure your pets make it home safely if they ever get lost? The Kingston Humane Society is pleased to now offer monthly microchip clinics. Now also offering nail trims for cats, bunnies, guinea pigs, and other small animals (no dogs for nail trims at this time).
HO HO HO! Freshly delivered to KHS are beautiful Nova Scotia Balsam Fir Christmas trees!
All trees $40 regardless of size and $10 from each tree sold goes to supporting the homeless animals who temporarily live at the Kingston Humane Society. These gorgeous trees are hand sheared (meaning they are trimmed as they grow to ensure they are even on all sides) and range from 6 to 8½ feet tall. They are fresh, lush and fragrant.