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Pet Pantry

HSRC offers a program called “pet pantry” for pet owners who find
themselves in a financial tight spot. Citizens are Raleigh County can come up
to the shelter and pick up for food their pets. This service can be used up to
4 times per calendar year. We have wet and dry food available. Our goal is to
keep more pets in their homes, and make sure owners aren`t forced to give
up their beloved pet just because they`ve hit a rough patch. The Pet Pantry
is stocked by donations from the community. To take advantage of this
program, bring a valid ID and proof of income (such as a paystub) to the
Humane Society of Raleigh County.

Spay & Neuter Vouchers

HSRC offers spay and neuter vouchers for low-income citizens of Raleigh
County. This is the most effective way to combat pet overpopulation.
These vouchers offer 30% off the procedure and can be used with a select network of vets. To get a spay/neuter voucher, please come to HSRC and fill out a form. Participating veterinarians are:


Beckley Veterinary Hospital – 215 Dry Hill Rd, Beckley 304-255-4159

Crab Orchard Veterinary Hospital – Rt. 16 South, Crab Orchard 304-252-0110

Jarrell Animal Clinic – 6052 Robert C Byrd Drive, Bradley 304-877-5600

New River Animal Hospital – Rt 3, Nimitz 304-466-0251

Raleigh County Animal Hospital 198 Ragland Rd 304-253-4787

Wyoming Small Animal Clinic – Rt 10, Pineville 304-732-6951

The Delaney Wykle Wellness Center

Coming soon! The Humane Society of Raleigh County has agreed to build an onsite veterinary clinic that will be duly named “The Delaney Wykle Wellness Center”. With help from the Cornett Family, owners of Jan-Care Ambulance, Paul and Paula Wykle, parents of Delaney Wykle, and donations from the public, we are building a veterinary clinic on the grounds of the shelter. This wellness center will massively increase our access to medical care. It will greatly reduce costs not only of the procedure itself but will reduce the costs associated with traveling to vet offices or fix `em clinics. Our long term goal is to open this clinic up to the citizens of Raleigh County for low cost spay/neuter and routine health services. We plan to start construction spring 2022.