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Capital Area Humane Society was founded in 1883, and shelters animals, responds to reports of animal cruelty, places adoptable animals in homes, and provides animal-assisted therapy to children and seniors at area hospitals and retirement homes. It also offers dog and puppy training classes. The humane society has on-site medical staff and a veterinary clinic, which provide care for animals at the shelter and in its foster care program. The adopted animals are provided basic vaccinations, rabies inoculations and tests for contagious diseases, and are spayed or neutered. Capital Area Humane Society is a nonprofit organization, serving the animals and people of central Ohio. Capital Area Humane Society is located in Hilliard, Ohio.

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Phone: (614) 777-8449

Fax Number: (614) 777-8449

Fax: (614) 777-8449

TollFree: (877) 291-1524

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Highpoint-Glen, Northwest Columbus

Captal Area Humane Society

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Specialties: Dogs & Puppies, Bunnies, Strays, Homeless Pets, Rabbits, Puppy Sales, Dog Sales, Cats & Kittens, Orphaned Animals


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I have visited this facility twice and found the staff very unprofessional and rude, they can not answer any questions or give you any information about the dogs other than to say check the website. I do not believe they are the least be interested in finding homes for their animals. I do not recommend this facility you will be better served at other facilities.




It is very frustrating even to try to deal with this organization. In the middle of a work week no one answered the phone and no answering machine came on. One time when I tried to contact them all of the props related to DOGS. i love dogs, but I have a cat that has gone missing. She has never been outside and I don't know if she will survive. I have tried everyone, but only the place that take dogs and cats and then only if they have been abused or neglected, esp. if they are in bad shape. And, the place coordinates with a shelter for abused women. That is really commendable, but what about CATS>




My 3 year old daughter and I looked at over 100 dogs. we had to find the perfect one. My daughter has recently been diagnosed with a rare tumor. I wanted to get a buddy that would lift her spirits. We found the perfect dog! We put him on hold and the next day we went out and spent over a hundred dollars on him. It was late and a called and said I would be there at noon. She said that was fine. I got there at 1218. They had allowed another family to adopt the dog. My daughter cried as we left and all the way home till she cried herself to sleep. She keeps asking if we're going to get him and it breaks her heart every time! I can't believe in 18 minutes our buddy was gone! Thanks for breaking my poor babies heart!



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Just so people are knowledgeable and not misinformed. Euthanasia solution is not battery acid. It is the same sedative that veterinarians use to anesthetize animals for surgical procedures at a more concentrated dose. It puts animals in an unconscious sleep state long before it stops the heart and respiratory systems. There is no pain or agony. If a vein cannot be used for IV, IP (abdominal), or IC (cardiac) injections are used. IC is almost instantly fatal and IP is quickly absorbed by mucus membranes and takes 10-15 mins max. This is done by veterinary clinics across the country not just shelters. It is a DEA controlled substance which has strict federal regulations and must only be used by a licensed veterinary professional or euthanasia technician. BTW it is more profitable for animals to be adopted to loving homes at $100 a piece than to spend the money to euthanize. Have a nice day.

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