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IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATES

The Shelter has re-opened for adoptions
11am to 3pm Tuesday through Saturday and 11am to 1pm on Sundays.


Spay Neuter Clinic is in full operation with social distancing protocols still in place. When arriving to drop off or pick up, cars will line up as directed. Cats will be brought in by staff and dogs will be brought in and weighed by their owners.

Veterinary Services has remained open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We are currently only seeing existing clients as we have limited appointment availability currently. If you are a current client, feel free to call for an appointment. Please be advised that we are several weeks out for appointments and emergencies should be taken to the emergency clinics.

When you arrive at the HSAC, security will direct you. Please follow this direction so we can get you in and out as quickly and as safely as possible. Clients, other than adapters, will remain at their cars. A Vet Tech will come out and retrieve your pet for the visit. If your pet is difficult to handle, let the vet tech know and we will do our best to accommodate you. Masks are required to enter our building while the Governor's EO is still in effect.

We have been doing appointments like this since the middle of march and we appreciate everyone that has been cooperative. We understand that many people would prefer to come inside with their pet but for your safety and the safety of our staff and doctors, we must do it this way for now. Our employees are temperature checked prior to entry and we will wear masks when we cannot social-distance from clients. Our building is disinfected daily with a Bio-Blaster to ensure our facility is a clean as possible.
Please cooperate with us so we can best serve you and your pets' needs. Together we will all get through this and we will all be happy to ditch the masks.

Stay Healthy and thank you for your support.

Steven J Dash


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The Humane Society of Atlantic County has many pets available for adoption. See who's available to become a part of your family!

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HSAC operates a full-service veterinary hospital with hours by appointment and a walk-in Wellness Clinic on Saturdays from 9:00am until noon.

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There are a variety of ways to show your support for the Atlantic County Humane Society. Click here to learn more!

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Interested in our affordable spay and neuter clinic? Click here for all the information including the pre-surgical consent form.

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Existing HSAC Veterinary Services clients can use this link to log into their PetPortal.

Where Furry Friends are Loved in Atlantic City, NJ

The Humane Society of Atlantic County was established as an animal shelter in 1968. Our mission is to:
• Curb pet over-population through our clinic's spay and neuter programs
• Increase the number of animals adopted into loving homes through our shelter
• Provide a safe and caring environment for animals that are lost or strayed
• Serve as a resource for humane animal education within our community

Our organization strives to improve and protect the lives of companion animals by promoting healthy relationships between pets and people.

Our successful adoption programs give us the ability to open our doors to thousands of animals facing euthanasia due to overcrowding or lack of resources in other shelters all over the United States. Our Shelter Outreach Program also enables us to offer a greater variety of animals to our adoption clients by working with other rescues and shelters. In addition to partnering with many regional animal welfare agencies, we work with rescues and shelters to bring in pets from places as far away as Puerto Rico.

The Humane Society of Atlantic County is a private, non-profit organization that relies on donations from our generous supporters. We are not operated or funded by any national humane groups or governmental agencies and must rely on contributions to bring our services to the community.