Central Dakota Humane Society

2104 37th St, Mandan, ND 58554, USA



Monday Closed Tuesday 1–6PM Wednesday 1–6PM Thursday 1–6PM Friday 1–6PM Saturday 1–4PM Sunday Closed

The Central Dakota Humane Society provides vital services for the animal population of Bismarck-Mandan and the central North Dakota area. We foster, house, rehabilitate and relocate lost, strayed, injured and homeless animals. We also promote the spaying and neutering of pets to cut down on the number of unwanted litters of puppies and kittens in our area.

At the Central Dakota Humane Society we provide comfort and care for our community's unwanted animals. We offer many other services too, for pets and their people and even for people without pets.

The Central Dakota Humane Society has had a shelter located three miles north of Mandan since 1994, but many people are surprised to find out that the organization has actually been doing good deeds in the community for 50 years.

CDHS was originally formed by 12 members as the League for Animal Welfare in 1960. Now CDHS has over 1,800 members, but unfortunately, an animal shelter in a community the size of Bismarck/Mandan and the outlying towns should have about 3,000 members to continue its community work and help more animals.

The Central Dakota Humane Society receives no city, state or federal funding and donations are always needed to help the animals and the organization.

Thank you to the many members and volunteers who help to further our cause and to help animals in big and small ways.


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Central Dakota Humane Society

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