Since 2011

Dogs 5,188
Cats 8,177
TOTAL 13,365

Totals for 2017
(through April)

Dogs 341
Cats 222

      Total for 2016        (through December)

Dogs 811
Cats 1,245
TOTAL 2,060

2015 Release Rates

 Dog 99% 
 Cat 98% 

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Did You Know?

Each day 10,000 humans are born in the U.S. – and each day 70,000 puppies and kittens are born. As long as these birth rates exist, there will never be enough homes for all the animals. As a result, millions of healthy, loving animals face early deaths as the only means of animal control in this country. Others that do not find their way to a shelter are left to fend for themselves against automobiles, the elements, other animals and cruel humans. What can you do to stop the suffering? SPAY AND NEUTER YOUR PETS!!



The Humane Society of Midland County (HSoMC) encourages pet owners to go to your local veterinarian or to use services through the Spay/Neuter Express to help our community solve the pet overpopulation problem.

Spay Neuter Express
Mobile service hosted by HSoMC each Tuesday
Phone: (616) 897-8865

Local Veterinarians

Animal Medical Center

4925 Jefferson Avenue

Midland, MI 48640

M-20 Animal Hospital

4808 E. Isabella Street

Midland, MI 48642

Midland Animal Clinic

1500 E. Patrick Road

Midland, MI 48642

Sanford Animal Clinic

330 E. Saginaw Road

Sanford, MI 48657

Countryside Animal Health Center

3334 E. Freeland Road

Freeland, MI 48623

Surrey Vet Clinic

5957 East Surrey Road

Clare, Michigan 48617


2032 N. Saginaw Road

Midland, Mi






Contact Us

4371 E. Ashman
Midland, Michigan 48642
Ph: 989.835.1877
Fax: 989.835.3827

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Adoption Hours

Monday - Friday:  12-7

Saturday:  11-4


Intake Hours

Monday - Friday:  12-6

Saturday:  11-3


Microchips have been particularly useful in the return of lost pets. They can also assist where the ownership of an animal is in dispute.

A microchip implant is an identifying integrated circuit placed under the skin of an animal. The microchip is about the size of a large grain of rice and holds a unique identification number for the animal.