ADOPT A PET
Are you looking for a furry friend to love? The Peoria County Animal Protection Services has several homeless pets to consider! The shelter's adoption viewing rooms are great for adopters to meet potential dogs and cats for consideration. Adoption hours are 12-5 pm, Mon-Sat at 2600 NE Perry Ave in Peoria. Call 672-2440 for more information on adopting a homeless pet today.
For a list of all animals currently up for adoption at PCAPS shetler and additional adoption information click here.
The Peoria Humane Society works closely with Peoria County Animal Protection Services (PCAPS) and their shelter …
PAWS to Read
Sat. December 8th, 2018 from 11:00am to 12:00pm
The Paws to Read program helps children develop their literacy skills by reading to specially trained therapy dogs.
The children have fun petting a furry friend while improving their reading skills and boosting their self esteem.
October 2nd, 2018 @ 11:16am
Donna Carr Roberts is a Peoria Humane Society board member as well as the artist in resident at Bradley University. As if that isn't already an impressive resume, she can now call herself a published author! Donna has written a children's book starring one of her very own four-legged furbabies, …
October 2nd, 2018 @ 10:20am
If you joined us at our Bark in the Park fundraiser this year, you may have noticed a few changes. First of all, the Bark was held in September after being in October for years. The main reason for the move was conflicting schedules and weather issues. The weather for …
The Peoria Humane Society incorporated more than 75 years ago to help the animals in Peoria. After years of struggling to conduct cruelty investigations and house homeless animals with little funding, the Board of Directors collaborated with the City of Peoria in 1980 to professionalize the animal control program and improve the welfare of animals in Peoria.
The PHS partners with Peoria County and the City of Peoria to offer comprehensive animal welfare and animal control services to all of Peoria County. Freed from the responsibility of funding a shelter, the PHS can devote its time, effort, and funds to increasing the adoption of shelter animals and creating a humane community. And, since the Peoria County Animal Protection Services remains the only shelter in Peoria County, citizens need only visit one place to find a lost pet or adopt a new pet. No duplication of services exists, nor do the organizations clash.