Support
  1. Search
  2. Near
Louisville Yellow Pages > Pet Training > Kentucky Humane Society

Kentucky Humane Society

241, Steedly Dr, Louisville, KY 40214 map
Lifelong Friends
Kentucky Humane Society Mojo 2/ 5 Lifelong Friends
49
%
Vote For Us

Consumer Message
KHS is the largest pet adoption agency in Kentucky and the oldest animal welfare organization in the state. KHS is dedicated to bettering the lives of cats and dogs in Jefferson County, KY, and the surrounding region by providing proactive solutions to ending pet overpopulation through adoptions, education and spay/neuter.. Pet Adoption; Dog Training; Pet Training; Kennels; Humane Society; Pet Grooming; Behavior Training; S.N.I.P Clinic; Spay/Neuter Services


Reviews (8)
Sort by:
Most Trusted
Newest
Recommended
Not Recommended
Helpful
Customer Ratings
5 Star:
(2)
4 Star:
(2)
3 Star:
(3)
2 Star:
(0)
1 Star:
(1)
First To Vote
Citysearch User
Level 3
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Rating:
 
Value:
 
Service:
 
Quality:
 
facts !
when someone reports a call that's serious it takes a good 3 hours for them to get there. they need more service that actually cares about the animals. but they do a very good job about feeding and caring for the animals. but needs to let the animals out in the play area. do you want to be trap in a cage 24/7 ? i didnt think so.
Price Range: $100 - $200
Recommended: Yes
Level 1
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Rating:
 
Value:
 
Service:
 
Quality:
 
sadly disappointed.
we got a dog from the humane society, and the dog was under our bed, and when my wife went to reach for him, he lunged out and tried to bite her in the face. He was a 3 month old shepherd mix. The very next day, we were sitting in the floor watching tv, and my son was sitting there quietly, not roughhousing with the dog, not even touching him, and the dog lunged and tried to bite my son in the face. We took the dog back to the humane society, and they said that they would put the dog through training, and try to find another home for him. When the lady came to get the dog, and pet it, it tried to bite her. They said they must've missed that in his evalutation. We didn't want the puppy to be put down, and were worried this would happen. When we called the next day to make sure, they had adopted him out AGAIN to some other unsuspecting soul, hopefully not with children, because that dog is going to hurt a child or kill them. And the humane society is more worried about turnaround, and getting all animals homes, apparently no matter how dangerous or aggressive they are. I'm REALLY REALLY disappointed with them, and I've been a supporter of the humane society for a long time.
Price Range: $100 - $200
Recommended: No
Ashley F.

Ashley F.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Rating:
 
Value:
 
Service:
 
Quality:
 
Kentucky Humane Society
The reason the cost of the animals is so high is that they're looking for quality homes for these animals. On average, the amount they spend on each animal is around $350. That's for spaying and neutering, the vaccinations that they're up to ...

Read more at www.insiderpages.com
Recommended: Yes
Irene C.

Irene C.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Rating:
 
Value:
 
Service:
 
Quality:
 
Best shelter adoption record I've seen
I'm a volunteer at KY Humane Society, and I am very impressed with the work they do. They adopt out more dogs than any other shelter I've worked at. No system is perfect, but I'm so impressed with their organization, community outreach, ...

Read more at www.insiderpages.com
Recommended: Yes
ladyloveky1

ladyloveky1

Monday, May 26, 2008
Rating:
 
Value:
 
Service:
 
Quality:
 
you dicide‎
the rules to adopt a pet are very strict you can not have a child under the age of 3 thats unfair if you ask me a child should be able to enjoy the love from the prt they choose at any age right. also they sell there pets. they find theese pets on the street why should you have to buy them they find the pets and want to give them a good home right? well whats better then a pet having the unconditional love of a child that will love that pet for the rest of there life? you should be more worried about the parent not the child the parent will be the one responsable. if they are turely concerned about the wellfair of th pet then they should be free so more people could afford to give that pet a loving home.‎

Read more at maps.google.com
Recommended: Yes
1
Loading Map...
Business Details on Kentucky Humane Society

Categories:

Phone Numbers:
Secondary Number: (502) 366-335,
Primary Phone: (502) 366-3355,
Secondary Number: (502) 366-365,
Secondary Number: (502) 366-8586,
Primary Phone: (502) 253-288

Provided By: CitySearch