At Little Traverse Bay Humane Society, it’s our goal to provide warm shelter, veterinary services and personal attention to all the animals in our care. Little Traverse Bay Humane Society is committed to educating the public about the humane treatment of companion animals, and we do that by offering a number of programs and services to better serve the community and the animals in it. We are constantly in need of funding for these important programs. Click on one of the programs below to make a donation:
Membership, New/Renew: Our members are invaluable to everything we do here at LTBHS. Please help us save lives by becoming a member today!
General Donation: Please consider making a general donation which will help care for the animals here at the shelter
Planned Giving: You can help us save the lives of homeless animals by including Little Traverse Bay Humane Society in your will or living or charitable lead trust
Brick Donation: Commemorate a beloved family member or furry friend by buying a brick in their memory or honor
Good Samaritan Fund: This fund helps to provide emergency medical care to the animals who arrive her with life-threatening conditions
Honorarium Donation: Honor a beloved family member or friend by making an Honorarium Donation to Little Traverse Bay Humane Society
Memorial Donation: Memorial Donations are a wonderful way to memorialize a loved one and ensure that every animal who comes through our doors receives exceptional care
Spay It Fourward: A program that offers low-cost spay/neuter services through our affiliated veterinary clinic
Mutts With Manners: A training program that helps each shelter dog put their pet paw forward and learn some manners in order to become an adoptable companion
Ruff to Ready: Program for adopters to bond and work with their new furry friend to continue upon the training the animal began in the Mutts With Manners Program
Pit Stop: An innovative program that offers free spay/neuter surgeries to owners of pit/pit bull mixes
Molly's Fund: Molly's Fund is specifically used for transport costs associated with rescue missions. This includes fuel, maintenance on our van and additional travel expenses
Harry & Snowman Benefit Film Screening: Attend a benefit screening of award-winning documentary film, Harry & Snowman at the Lyric Theatre on Friday, December 29 at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.