Our Mission: Connecting People with Animals and Enriching Lives

The Union County Humane Society is a private nonprofit organization. Founded in 1913, our vision is to be a compassionate organization, that places every adoptable animal into a forever home without time limits, and to effectively advocate for the humane treatment of all animals.


We are open to the public for donation drop offs, cat visitation, clinic scheduling, and dog tag purchases on Monday, Wednesday, & Saturday from 1-5:00pm. Dog adoptions are by appointment only. .

Adoption Services

There are 4 easy steps to our adoption process. Get started now! If you have questions about the adoption process, email adoption.uchs@gmail.com.

Strays and Abuse or Neglect

Report strays to the Union County Warden at 937.645.4110.
Report abuse or neglect to the Union County Sheriff Dispatch at 937.645.4110.
You can also file a report of abuse or neglect online with the UCHS by completing this form.

Other Services

Our mission is to provide care for animals waiting for adoption and other services to ensure effective advocacy for the humane treatment of animals. Learn more about the services we provide.

Job Opportunity

We are currently seeking an Part-Time Adoption Counselor/Kennel Technician. The position requires 20-25 hours per week; hourly pay. Learn more about this opportunity.