WISH LIST

The Humane Society and SPCA of Hancock County does not receive any tax money nor any financial support from national organizations such as the HSUS or the ASPCA. We rely on our community for support to continue our mission of humanely providing for and protecting unwanted, lost and abused animals in our county. Please consider donating, whether it be financially, items from our wish list, or your time.
Thank You!!

Listed below are items that are continually needed to help keep shelter pets happy and healthy and to maintain shelter operations. 

Spray cleaner with bleach

Hand sanitizer
minimum 60% alcohol

Antibacterial Hand Soap

HE Laundry Detergent
liquid detergent only, no "pods" please

Paper Towels

Milk Bone Dog treats

Dog toys
Rubber squeak toys, plush toys, Nylabone, Kong
*Please no string rope toys or rawhides*

Cat toys
Plush cat toys, mice, crinkle balls

Latex or nitrile gloves

White copy paper

Blankets/Sheets/Throws

Towels

Trash bags
13 gallon and 30 gallon heavy duty

3x5 Yellow index cards

Newspapers

Due to state laws and regulations, we are not able to accept any prescription medications. This includes flea/tick medications and heartworm preventatives.
Please dispose of your pets unused medications appropriately. Medication collection boxes are located at the City of Findlay Municipal Building and the Hancock County Sheriff's Office.

Many viruses, including canine parvovirus and feline calicivirus, are very durable and are not inactivated by ordinary cleaners and disinfectants. After proper cleaning, bleach is essential for sanitizing items such as bedding, food and water dishes in order to keep our shelter pets healthy. 

Pumpkin is high in fiber and is helpful in treating animals with digestion issues. 

Bil-Jac Frozen Dog Food is a soft, moldable food that dogs find irresistible. Bil-Jac is easily molded around medications, making administering treatments much easier and enjoyable. 

Bil-Jac Frozen Dog Food is available at Pet Supplies Plus, located on Tiffin Ave in Findlay 

Distilled water is necessary for sterilizing surgical instruments used for medical procedures, including spay and neuter surgeries.