Adopting an animal is a serious decision requiring a life-long commitment to care for a creature that is completely dependent upon you. Pets need more than just food, water and shelter. They also need love, attention, exercise, training, grooming, and of course a license. Our adoption procedure discourages impulsive decision-making, which may jeopardize an animal's future well-being.
All persons interested in adopting from GHS must complete a adoption application as the first step in the application process. We will be happy to go over the process with you.
Once the application is approved, you must sign a legally binding adoption contract. Read the contract carefully. By signing it, you are agreeing to abide by all local and state laws regarding annual vaccinations, animal control and licensing. It is also an agreement that you agree to take proper care of the animal, to provide for all its needs, and to return the animal to us if you find that you can no longer care for it. A follow-up phone call will be made to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Adoption fees are:
Included in the adoption fee for cats and kittens:
Included in the adoption fee for dogs and puppies:
Gastineau Humane Society provide shelter for lost, homeless, abandoned, and abused animals, while actively seeking potential adopters to provide loving, permanent homes for them.
Other services GHS offers include:
Please call 789-0260 for more information on any of our services, or to make appointment for Day Care, Boarding, Grooming, Classes, or Spays & Neuters.
Animal Control's direct number is 789-6997.
*An emergency is where an animal is in imminent danger.
Stop by and visit us!
We are located between Fred Meyer and Wal-Mart on Glacier Highway, in Juneau, Alaska.
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Saturday 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. - Closed Sunday
Viewing Hours: Monday-Friday 2 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Saturday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. - Closed Sunday
Our animal viewing hours are limited because our animal rooms and kennels are cleaned early in the day. The animals are also participating in training classes and are being groomed and exercised.