Following over a decade of planning, andnd two years of construction, the Regina Humane Society (RHS) is ready to move to its new Animal Community Centre located at 4900 Parliament Avenue in Harbour Landing. The current RHS facility, just north of the city limits, has been operating for 60 years and is well past its useful life.
To facilitate the move, the RHS will shift to modified operations from January 29th to February 4th, 2024. The RHS will continue to address priority animal welfare, public health, and safety calls during this time. For animal emergencies, or reclaiming impounded animals, the public may call Animal Protection Services at 306-777-7700. The Society requests that the public does not attend either its Armour Road or the Animal Community Centre locations in person during this time without first contacting Animal Protection Services by phone.
Our Spay & Neuter Clinic and Lost and Found departments will open at the Animal Community Centre on Monday, February 5, 2024. Adoptions and the main reception will open at Noon on Tuesday, February 6. The former location at 79 Armour Road is permanently closed.
The RHS Animal Community Centre will offer safe refuge for homeless pets; an adoption gallery with home-like habitats for dogs and cats; an education center with multi-purpose classrooms for after-hours public use; a veterinary hospital supporting RHS animals as well as continued delivery of spay/neuter services to financially disadvantaged pet owners; family pet cremations; dog park; dog washing station; green spaces; training centre and gift shop.
The Society acknowledges that the Animal Community Centre would not be possible without the unwavering dedication and support of its community to improve the welfare of animals. Details on the RHS Animal Community Centre and its Capital Campaign can be found on the Campaign website www.rhsalmosthome.ca.