Chesapeake Humane Society

Helping the homeless pet population in Hampton Roads. Our C.A.R.E. Clinic Services include low-cost spay/neuter, dentals, vaccines and microchipping.

Mission Statement:
The Chesapeake Humane Society works to promote the welfare of companion animals through programs and initiatives that reduce pet overpopulation, increase adoptions, and encourage responsible pet guardianship through affordable pet care.

Vision Statement:
The Vision of CHS is to help pets and the people who love them find each other and stay together.

Adoption Policy
Chesapeake Humane Society has many adoptable pets looking for their forever homes. Our cats are free-roaming within the adoption center so it’s easy to drop by to see their personalities. All of our dogs are in loving foster homes.

Due to COVID-10, interested adopters are invited to visit by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, first submit an adoption application through our website or the link provided. Our staff will contact you to schedule a time for you to meet that animal you are interested in.

How to Adopt a Pet...

Step 1: Determine the pet that is best for your lifestyle. Since your new pet will be with you for the rest of its life, this is an important commitment that should not be rushed! If needed, our adoption counselors are happy to guide you and help you find your perfect fit.

Step 2: Select your pet and complete the adoption application. Filling out an application does not obligate you to adopt. Submit your application online or at the Humane Society.

Step 3: Once your application is approved, we can schedule any additional meet-and-greets (if needed).

Step 4: Provide a loving new home for your new addition to the family! We encourage you to keep in touch with us – we love receiving updates and if you ever need advice, we are here to help!

Adoption fees and what they include ...

Kittens (Less than 6 months): $100, Cats: $75 – includes spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine, FIV/FeLV/Heartworm combo test, de-worming, flea/tick treatment, and veterinary exam.

Puppies and Dogs: $175 – includes spay/neuter, rabies, distemper, leptospirosis, canine flu, and bordetella vaccines, heartworm test, de-worming, flea/tick treatment, and veterinary exam.
Adoption Application
312 Battlefield Blvd N
Chesapeake, VA 23320
United States
Gouda

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Muenster

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Mr. Tumnus

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Aravis

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Virgo aka Luna

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Nigil

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Cupcake

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Pastel

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Gabby

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Pinocchio

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Mousse

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The Muffin Man

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Hollywood

Pet Supply Plus is where I sit day in and day out waiting to find my perfect family. I am...

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Jamie

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Dippy

If you would like more information regarding this pet please email info@chesapeakehumane.org or call 757-546-5355.

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