Logan County Humane Society
Help a Dog or Cat find their forever home!
Sterling Colorado Animal Control and Shelter
Logan County Humane Society is a 501C3, non-profit, and limited admission animal shelter located in Sterling, Colorado. Our mission is to protect and prevent animal cruelty through education, advocacy, direct care, emergency response services, and animal control services and find loving forever homes for the animals that pass through our facility. We use a highly successful adoption process that includes a home check and spay and neuter requirements to accomplish this.
Find Your Perfect Match
We understand that not every pet is a great fit for every owner, so to promote a happy and lasting bond, we take great care in matching fabulous owners with terrific pets. To ensure success, we have a simple process for each adoption that takes about a week to complete. While we understand that the desire is to take a pet home that day, trust us, it is worth the wait for that perfect addition to your family! Be a part of the solution and rescue a pet from a shelter!
You can still be an animal hero by volunteering or donating to help our local pet population!
MAKE A DONATION
Did you know that you do not have to adopt to help save the lives of a pet in need? Whether monetary or of goods, donations allow the Logan County Humane Society to care for vulnerable animals, increase adoptions, and educate the public about responsible pet ownership.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Our volunteers are essential to our success! Our goal is to capitalize on your talent that you will offer, but it is also important that your volunteer needs and expectations be met as well. All applicants must be approved before you can begin as a volunteer.
Logan County Animal Control Services provides field and licensing services and helps enforce all relevant laws regarding the care and control of domestic animals in the city of Sterling Colorado. We also respond to service calls from area residents reporting or needing assistance with stray, injured, lost, deceased, nuisance, or dangerous animals. If you need help or have questions regarding Animal Control, please call us at (970) 520-2804.