Pet Resources

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The Kentucky Humane Society wants to strengthen the bond between you and your pets through education, positive training and access to local pet resources.


Dog Behavior Resources

  • Check out these training and behavioral tips to help your dog.Click here

Cat Behavior Resources

  • View tips on cat behavior and common issues. Click here


Call the KHS Pet Help Line

  • The KHS Pet Help Line provides free advice for whatever animal issues you are experiencing, 502-509-4PET. Learn more


Low-Cost Spay/Neuter

  • The KHS S.N.I.P. Clinic at 2445 Crittenden Drive provides high-quality, low-cost spay and neuter surgeries for owned pets. They also offer financial aid to people who cannot afford the clinic's already low costs. Learn more

Affordable Basic Veterinary Care

  • Our Healthy Pets Clinic at 241 Steedly Drive provides affordable vaccines, preventatives, basic veterinary care and diagnostics. Learn more


KHS Dog Training Classes

  • KHS offers reasonably priced, positive reinforcement behavior classes for dogs. Classes range from puppy classes and basic manners to Reactive Rover for dog-reactive dogs and Wallflowers for very shy dogs. Learn more


No Kill Louisville's Pet Food Bank

  • NKL's Pet Food Bank provides free two-week supplies of pet food on a first-come basis to families and their pets. Learn more

Pet Friendly Housing

  • RentCafé - search pet-friendly apartments located in the Louisville area. You can search by neighborhood or zip and can even find info on breed restrictions and pet deposits.


Help for Unowned Cats

  • Do you have community, unowned cats (feral cats) in your neighborhood? Alley Cat Advocates (ACA) is Louisville's leader in protecting and spaying/neutering these pets. Check our their website for helpful tips and resources. Questions about community, unowned cats? Contact the ACA Community Cat Coordinator at 634-8777.


National Council on Aging, Aging in Place with Pets

  • Aging in Place is a resource hub for seniors and their families to learn more about the specific aspects of aging in place. 


Joint Supplemnents for Pets