Volunteer Orientation/Training - Michigan Humane Society

Volunteer Orientation/Training

Volunteer Online Orientation
The Volunteer Online Orientation is a mandatory online training session for those interested in assisting the Michigan Humane Society in a volunteer role. This introductory session will cover basic MHS history, policies and procedures, and is a great introduction to the organization. All volunteers view this before they get started.

Center for Animal Care Training
Center for Animal Care Training is required for volunteers who would like to volunteer at one of the adoption centers or veterinary centers located at one of our three Centers for Animal Care, in Detroit, Rochester Hills or Westland.  Training varies at each location and covers information that pertains to that particular location (i.e. location of supplies and facility policies and procedures). 

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MHS' New Facility

Our new location in Detroit offers improved and highly progressive animal housing, an expanded veterinary center, and a community dog park. Check it out!

Feline Low-Cost Spay/Neuter

$50 per male, $65 per female, price includes the procedure, hospitalization, and anesthesia.

March for Animals

Join us with or without your pet at one or more of this year's fundraising walks to support homeless animals in Michigan.

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