Welcome to the Humane Society of Madison County

Serving Madison County, Ohio since 1989

The Humane Society of Madison County (HSMC) is a non-profit 501c3 organization founded on July 3, 1989 by a group of Madison County residents who felt there was a great need for a Humane Society in Madison County. HSMC is supported by the Madison County Commissioners, Madison County Sheriff’s office, donations, grants, fundraising, and adoptions.


You can help the Humane Society of Madison County in many different ways

December Adoptions!

Thank you for opening your home to a new furry friend.  Visit our adoptions page to find your furry friend!

Is Your Dog Licensed?

Please take the time to get your furry buddy tagged.  We are selling tags during our normal office hours.

Madison County Dog Tag Locations

In case you cannot visit our shelter, here are some other options to get your dog licensed in Madison County

Our Mission

The mission of the HSMC is to provide shelter, medical care and comfort to stray and surrendered dogs and cats while working to secure them appropriate homes. To educate the public about responsible pet ownership and the need for spaying and neutering to prevent overpopulation.

Our Vision

The HSMC envisions a community where companion animals are all well cared for, respected and free from abuse and neglect, and the numbers of unwanted companion animals are reduced through spay and neuter programs. We envision a day when our organization’s services, with regards to stray or other unwanted pets, are no longer needed

HSMC Board of Trustees

Amy Haman - President
Cindy Grigsby - Vice President
Dana Bartoe - Treasurer

Gerry Felice
Andrea Seymour
Ron Smith