Connecticut Humane Society

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With three pet wellness and adoption centers geographically spread across the state, the Connecticut Humane Society  enriches the lives of families and communities through adoption services, medical care, education and prevention of cruelty. CHS' strategic focus areas include animal sheltering, keeping pets in homes, elevating animal welfare statewide, and providing education on the humane treatment of animals. 

Funded from 2016 to 2022
How we help: 

Grey Muzzle supports the Connecticut Humane Society’s (CHS) efforts in partnership with municipal animal control agencies around the state, providing medical care for senior dogs who are homeless or at risk of losing their home. Leveraging CHS’ veterinary team and collaborating with other area veterinarians and rescues as needed, this program connects elderly, at-risk pups with resources to tackle unaddressed medical needs, improve their quality of life, and get on track for a fresh start to a new home, or a journey back to the home they already know and love.

Location: 
Big Max
Big Max Connecticut Humane