Shelter Links

Whether you are adopting a new pet or looking for a home for your current pet, we have all of the local numbers and addresses! See below. If you would like to add your rescue or adoption agency to our list, please contact the Haven Animal Hospital team at 616.847.7387! Thank you!

Crash's Landing
Phone: 616.821.6065
Address: None Available
Website: Click Here

Faithful to Felines
Address: 2525 Hall Rd., Muskegon, MI 49442
Website: Click Here

Heaven Can Wait
Phone: 231.737.5644
Address: Not Available
Website: Click Here

Noah Project
Phone: 231.865.1264
Address: 5205 Airline Rd., Muskegon, MI 49444
Website: Click Here

Pound Buddies Animal Shelter & Adoption Center
Phone: 231.724.6500
Address: 1300 East Keating Ave., Muskegon, MI 49442
Website: Click Here

Harbor Humane Society
Phone: 616.399.2119
Address: 14345 Bagley St, West Olive, MI 49460
Website: Click Here

Muskegon Humane Society
Phone: 231.773.8689
Address: 2640 Marquette Ave, Muskegon, MI 49442
Website: Click Here

A Feral Haven
Phone: 616.399.1774
Address:15467 Port Sheldon Rd., West Olive, MI 49460
Website: Click Here

Hudson's Halfway Home - Specializes in special needs pets and Cleft Palates

Address: Decatur, IL

Website: Click Here

New to Haven Animal Hospital? Email completed Welcome and Vaccination History forms to [email protected] prior to your first appointment and receive $5 off!

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