The Berkeley County Humane Society is a non-profit organization established in 1943 whose purpose is to promote the humane treatment of homeless or unwanted dogs and cats in the Easter Panhandle of West Virginia, with special emphasis on Berkeley County.
Audrey is only 10 months old. Audrey is the sweetest girl. She loves kids and really loves a comfy soft blanket. She gets along with cat friendly cats. Check out her VIDEO on our FB page! Adoption fee is $65, cash or credit card..includes spay and vaccines. Mon.-Sat. 10-4
Adoption Process Adoption fee is $40.00 and they receive $25.00 of that back in the form of a spay/neuter certificate to use when surgery is done. We have a questionaire that is required to be filled out, adoption contract and copy of the West Virginia Spay/Neuter law is reviewed with adoptees as it is mandatory spay neuter when adopting from out facility. It is same day adoptions.
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