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Humane Society Of Scott County

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2802 W Central Park Ave, Davenport, IA 52804

(563) 388-6655

Today: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tomorrow: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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General Info
The Humane Society of Scott County, also known as HSSC, is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1902. It provides shelter and care to more than 7,000 lost, abandoned and unwanted animals each year in Iowa. The organization offers information to the public on animal care and safety, pet overpopulation and the importance of spaying and neutering through educational programs in schools and civic organizations. The Humane Society of Scott County investigates the neglect and abuse of animals. Additionally, the organization assists the state s police, sheriff's, fire and health departments. The Humane Society of Scott County is located in Davenport, Iowa.

Regular Hours

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  • Adoption Of Pets
  • Pick Up Stray And Lost Pets
  • Rabies And Microchip Clinics 5X A Year
  • Return Lost Pets To Owners
  • Spray Or Neuter
  • Volunteer Program
Payment method
cash, discover, master card, visa
Northwest Davenport
Animal Shelters, Animal Removal Services, County & Parish Government, Humane Societies, Pet Stores
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Jenny M.



If there was less than a one star rating I would use that. I have been attempting to adopt a dog from them for three days now. I have dealt with six different workers, been told the dog was dog aggressive, when in fact she is not, been ignored while waiting for staff to answer questions about the dog. I now have wait for animal control to come and do a property check that could of been done on day one, since the staff couldn't tell me if the dog was altered or not I may or may not have to wait for that to happen as well. Adopting a pet should not be a stressful ordeal it should be joyful and fun.

Leigh R.



very poor place. The Officers go to houses of legal dog owners and harass them. Issuing a warning on the complaints of contractors who approach a access on an easement which the pups are within my fenced yard but barks at them. They are reluctant to return calls.

Mary K.


Love the Humaine Society

We adopted Santo, in the picture when we moved to Davenport in 2006. The staff is so loving & enjoy there job. Adopt your pets! They have so much love to give