Boone County residents may bring animals to our intake office Monday – Saturday from 12 PM – 6 PM. Residents outside of Boone County must schedule an appointment by calling (573) 442-3647.
Pet Admission Policy Change
On June 1, 2014, the Central Missouri Humane Society (CMHS) will be implementing a new policy to manage the flow of out of county animals surrendered by owners. To continue to provide the best care to animals with our limited space, out of county pet admissions will be by appointment only.
How The Policy Change Affects You
Boone County Residents: No change. Residents of Boone County will still be able to surrender a pet or drop off a stray at the shelter during our regular business hours. Identification showing proof of residency will still be required.
Residents outside of Boone County: In order to surrender a pet you will need to book an appointment by calling (573) 442-3647. The appointment process will include an interview to determine the health, behavior, and any other information regarding the animal. Important resources, such as contact information for shelters in your county will be offered. When space becomes available, you will be contacted by one of our staff members.
How the Policy Change Affects CMHS
At CMHS, we seek to provide a safe haven and the best possible outcome for each animal entrusted to our care. These ends must be achieved by operating within the tight budget and community resources available. By limiting out of county admissions, we will be able to provide more time and resources to these animals in our care.
If you are relinquishing your pet, you will be asked to fill out a pet personality profile. Print out and complete your pet’s form below or one will be provided to you at our intake office.