CATS/DOGS and Spay/Neuter Clinic: - 124 Marina Drive, Montour Falls, NY 14865
HSSC Phone: (607) 594-2255 - Fax: 845-501-3211 Email: email@example.com
US Mail: PO Box 427 Montour Falls, New York 14865
Wags to Riches Store: 607.210.4263
We are predominantly an all volunteer organization. Please leave a message at our main number, 594-2255. We do pick up messages every day (holidays may be an exception). This phone takes all general messages and youcan direct your call to the appropriate person in our organization should you be interested in spay/neuter information, fostering, adopting, volunteering or information about a special event
Dog Shelter/Adoptions/Redemptions: Ext 201
HSSC Director: Ext. 202
Cat Adoptions: Ext 204
Spay/Neuter Clinics: Ext 205
If you are calling about a lost or found dog, need to surrender a dog, want to report a case of possible animal cruelty, use the following numbers:
535-8222 or 535-9960 - Animal Control Officer Renee Hatch & the Schuyler County Sheriff's Department
Email Us - please send us an email
If you are calling about spay/neuter services at our low cost clinic you can call 594-2255. Ext. 205 and leave a detailed message. Please speak slowly and give us all the animal information: name, breed, color, age, sex, etc. This information will be relayed to the person in charge of scheduling clinic appointments.
If you are interested in a certificate for spay/neuter assistance, fostering, volunteering or adopting please leave a message at 594-2255, Ext. 205, send us an e-mail or download our spay/neuter certificate application.
If you have a medical emergency we suggest you contact your veterinarian immediately.
If you do not have a veterinarian please see our listing of local area veterinarians or call the Emergency Department at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. They can be reached at 607-253-3060. The Emergency Department is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
If you are calling regarding a wildlife emergency please call Wildkind Care at 535-6089.
Lost, Abandoned or Abused Animals
If you are concerned about a lost, abandoned or abused animal please contact the Schuyler County Sherriff’s department Animal Control Officer at 535-9960 or 535-8222.
The Animal Control Officer handles all cases of abuse, neglect and abandonment.
All inquiries regarding the adoption of dogs or cats should be directed to The Humane Society at 594-2255. Pets available for adoption can also be seen on this website or by visiting Petfinder.com.
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