Pulaski County Humane Society

We hope you find this page helpful. The Pulaski County Humane Society will be posting more useful links, so check in often.


Find out more about Animal abuse and neglect by clicking the link below. 

We understand how many have been affected by the economic down fall. Below you will find links to other low cost spay/neuter clinics. Please keep in mind that these are located up northwest(near Lexington), but well worth the drive if you have more than one animal.

Happy Paws
http://www.homes4pets.org/

Critters without Litters
http://www.critterswithoutlitters.com/

  • Stray dogs to be picked up Call Animal Shelter at 679-6432 (try to make sure it really is a stray and try to find owner)

  •  Dead animal pick up Call Animal Shelter at 679-6432

  • Complaint of abuse, nuisance, neglect, abandonment, etc. Call 911 and or city and county law enforcement.

  • Livestock concerns; abuse, neglect etc. call 911 and ask for welfare check, must have address of animal location.

  • Dog fighting- HUSA Hot line 1-877-TIP-HSUS Pam Rodgers

Lost or Found animals: 

  • Call the Commonwealth Journal  at 678-8191.The paper will run a free ad for three days.Supply minimal details in paper and make sure owner can provide proof; such as pictures, vet records, etc. before allowing them to re-claim.

  • Contact your and other vet offices and post flyers at the vets and around the neighborhood. If you can access Facebook post there too as there are a number of Somerset site dedicated to reuniting lost animals.

  • Put notice on Internet – Somerset Topix,


  • Pulaski County Humane Society and Commonwealth-Journal Facebook pages

  • You can also call Swap and Shop Radio program at 676-9771 to place an announcement on the air. Call between 7:30 and 9:00 a.m.

  •  A found dog can be scanned for a micro chip at any vet office which should help locate the owner.
  • Place an ad on "Lost Pets USA" found on our home page.

Wildlife:
  • In situations where there is a live critter (i.e., squirrel, raccoon, deer, etc.) Alan Sidwell can sometimes help. He maintains a wildlife preserve at Shopville. You can contact him at 274-4145. You  will need to leave a message and he will call them back.
  • The Liberty Nature Center can sometimes help if there are birds involved. The phone # for the school is 678-9000


Here is an updated list with links and other information about breed
 rescue groups which are part of the American Kennel Club's national specialty groups.

https://www.akc.org/breeds/rescue.cfm
Local Veterinarians….

Animal Care Center of Somerset

100 Rowena Dr, Somerset · 

(606) 678-0302


Buck Creek Animal Clinic, 

600 Sardog Hollow Road, 

Eubank, KY 42567, 

(606) 379-5035 


Lake Cumberland Animal Hospital

361 Langdon St, Somerset · 

(606) 678-2273


Midway Veterinary Hospital

3236 Highway 27, Somerset · 

(606) 679-7319

Offers emergency service after hours (fee applies)


Somerset Animal Hospital

125 Highway 2227, Somerset · 

(606) 679-1266

Offers emergency service after hours (fee applies)

This vet clinic also services large animals such as livestock


Veterinary Center of Somerset

216 Creek Ter, Somerset · 

(606) 875-9150

This vet clinic also services large animals such as livestock


Outside Pulaski County


Rockcastle Veterinary Clinic

 

40 School St, Mt. Vernon, KY

(606) 256-2801

 

Stanford Veterinary Hospital

 

617 Danville Ave ·(606) 365-0911


· Cumberland Animal Hospital

103 Apache Ave , Russell Springs

(270) 874-4281


·Russell County Animal Clinic

113 Lakeway Dr ·( Russell Springs

270) 866-5193


· Laker Veterinary Care

2461 S Highway 127 · Russell Springs

(270) 866-6113


Monticello Pet Clinic


1529 N Main St · Monticello, KY

(606) 348-0464


Dr. Courtney Brockman 

 Casey County Veterinarian Service 

606 787-0030 

Also serves large animals such as livestock