find a stray dog, hear barking dogs, found a baby bird or wild animal, injured wildlife, stray cats.
Norfolk County Contracts Animal Control ONLY for Stray Dogs
Who We Are
To help animals and people in Norfolk county and to promote and provide education on good pet ownership and care for all animals.
For all animals to be treated with compassion without the threat of ever being unwanted or abandoned and that they might live in a community where overpopulation of companion animals is diminished by humane intervention not euthanasia.
About Simcoe and District Humane Society
Chartered in 1953, Simcoe and District Humane Society volunteers have provided Animal Welfare Services in and around Norfolk County.
Simcoe and District Humane Society is a non-profit, charitable organization relying on fundraising activities and donations from members of community.
Volunteers look after every aspect of the Society including daily operations and working hands on with the animals from intake to adoption. Foster homes and the temporary shelter are a great asset to the Society as the organization prepares to raise funds for a much needed building.
From Intake to Adoption
Volunteers look after all animals from the stray off the street, the surrendered, the abandoned, the sick, the injured, the dying ...
Each animal is health assessed, medically treated if necessary, tested for species specific diseases (such as FIV/Felv for cats, Heartworm/Lyme for dogs), treated if possible, vaccinated to date, dewormed, flea treated, microchipped, spayed/neutered and readied for adoption.
Spay or Neuter your pet AND the stray outdoors!
Volunteers advocate the spay or neuter of your pet and the stray outdoors ... not just to combat the overpopulation of unwanted domestic animals BUT to create and healthier and happier life for these animals.
In 2018 with the help of Welland's Mobile Clinic, SDHS held 5 Low-Cost clinics, spaying/neutering 30-35 animals per clinic.
Information will be posted here for the 2020 clinics
Education and Fact Based Seminars
Volunteers are always preparing for Educational Seminars on our Foster Care Program, interactions with scared and less social animals, directives on appropriate animal care and information on Simcoe and District Humane Society.
Are you interested in gaining knowledge in these areas or have a group or organization that wants to more about SDHS please click on the button below.
We Need Volunteers to help with our Seniors With Animals as Pets Program!
Pets make great companions for seniors and SDHS tries to help Seniors keep their pets in their homes instead of surrendering them.
This is better for both the Senior and their pet!
Volunteers visit the home and help place bowls, litter pans, and other needs of the animal to help the senior care for their pet, or it's possible daily visits may be needed.
Dog walking, playtime, vet visits may also be asked from the Society.
We need your help to enable us to continue the program.
Helping Hands Helping Hearts
One of our busiest program relies on donors, foster homes, and boarding facilities as we help those facing difficult life events.
It may be just a helping hand with some extra pet food until payday or a 6-8 week pet stay while owners are in a shelter due to a family violence situation.
SDHS works closely with many County organizations and support services to help family pets in need.
We need your help with donations of food, pet related supplies, money and foster homes to help this program. You can donate at the shelter, by paypal www.paypal.me/sdhs or etransfer firstname.lastname@example.org
Many SPCA's and Shelters are initiating programs such as this, however, SDHS has been busy with this program for 20+ years.
Lost and Found Animals
There is always a chance that Kitty or Pup may wander away becoming lost.
Simcoe and District Humane Society volunteers try their hardest to help get these animals back to their owners.
If you have lost or found an animal please help us by answering the questions on this lost and found form and please send us a picture of the animal.
CRUELTY TO ANY ANIMAL IS NOT TOLERATED IN ONTARIO.
For more information visit
24 Grigg Drive
P.O. Box 193
Simcoe, ON N3Y 4L1